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    • Corporate Leadership in Sustainability: A Green Ranking Performance-Based Approach to Understanding the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Positive Marketing Impact 

      Davis, Justin L.; Alibašić, Haris; Norris , Sam (Creighton University. 2018)
      This paper analyzes several foundational concepts and questions regarding corporate social responsibility (CSR). Its primary contribution is a statistical examination of relationships between CSR and Newsweek's 2012 Green ...
    • A Descriptive Literature Review of Harmful Leadership Styles: Definitions, Commonalities, Measurements, Negative Impacts, and Ways to Improve These Harmful leadership Styles 

      Burns, Wallace A. (Creighton University. 2017)
      There are many harmful leadership styles — the egotistic leader, the incompetent leader, the ignorant leader, and leaders that are reckless, cruel, or even evil. To understand what ultimately are considered leadership ...
    • Leadership and Small Firm Financial Performance: The Moderating Effects of Demographic Characteristics 

      Flanigan, Rod; Bishop, Jacob; Brachle, Ben; Winn, Bradley (Creighton University. 2017)
      The present study builds on extant leadership literature by examining the role demographic variables (including age, tenure as a leader at the current company, experience in the industry, and level of education) play as ...
    • Women Expatriate Leaders: How Leadership Behaviors Can Reduce Gender Barriers 

      Speranza, Carly (Creighton University. 2017)
      Multinational organizations that have integrated female expatriates into their leadership ranks have experienced a number of benefits; yet, many organizations are hesitant to send females overseas because they perceive ...
    • Leadership Strategies for Embedding Sustainability and Resilience in Organizations with an Emphasis on Sustainable Energy 

      Alibašić, Haris (Creighton University. 2018)
      Efficient strategies to embedding sustainability in an organization are frequently linked to effective leadership. By design, changes in direction within an organization may lead to alterations in commitment or perceived ...
    • Using a Systemic Design Paradigm to Develop Sustainability Leadership and Build Organizational Sustainability Platforms 

      Lees, David W.; Uri, Therese (Creighton University. 2018)
      This article explores a doctoral sustainability leadership course in an interdisciplinary leadership program. Learners in the course study sustainability and sustainability leadership from a systemic design perspective. ...
    • Developing and Sustaining Sustainability-Related Academic Programming: Observations of Emerging Practices 

      Alibašić, Haris; Crawley, William (Creighton University. 2018)
      This paper offers an overview and summary of selected sustainability-related academic programs and certificates delivered by universities and colleges that are located within the same geographic area (Grand Rapids, Michigan, ...
    • Educating the interdisciplinary civilian airman 

      Lees, David W.; Dannar, Paul; Schindler, James H.; Martin, James R. (Creighton University. 2018)
      Competency Based Education (CBE) is becoming increasingly popular with Department of Defense (DoD) training and education. Air University, located at Maxwell Air Force Base (AFB) Alabama, recently identified CBE as a key ...
    • Dr. Jon Saphier Interview: Decades of Success in Educational Leadership 

      Welby , Kathryn Anne (Creighton University. 2018)
      Dr. Jon Saphier is an international leader in education. His legend remains as he continues to expand on his Boston University’s ethnographic dissertation (1980), which later became the best -selling textbook, The Skillful ...
    • 1946 Annual Report : Visiting Nurse Association of Omaha 

      Visiting Nurse Association of Omaha (Visiting Nurse Association of Omaha. 1947)
      CONTENTS:|Glimpses Into the Past : Fifty years ago The Visiting Nurse Association ot Omaha ceased being one woman’s dream and became instead a force for good that has prospered ...|Past Presidents|High Lights of 1946: ...
    • Immanuel Centennial, 1887-1987 : a Century of Caring. 

      Gurney, Philip (Dept of Public Affairs and Marketing, Immanuel Medical Center. 1987)
      Introduction: On October 8, 1987, Immanuel Medical Center marks the 100th anniversary of its founding. The intent of this publication is to set the centennial scene by presenting highlights of the institution’s remarkable ...
    • Creighton University Magazine Fall 2016 

      Curtin, Eugene; Rust, Emily; Freestone, Ann; Klinker, Adam; Hendrickson, Daniel S., S.J.; Davis, Rick (Creighton University. Omaha, NE, 2016)
      UNIVERSITY NEWS|Fr. Hendrickson Honored: Named founding member of first European chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu. Creighton Breaks Ground on New Dental School Building. Recker First to Hold O’Brien Chair in Health Sciences. Study ...
    • Creighton University Magazine Spring 2017 

      Klinker, Adam; Rust, Emily; Murphy McMahon, Cindy; Freestone, Ann; Coleman, Tammy; Gleisser, Benjamin; Fagerland, Maria (Creighton University. Omaha, NE, 2017)
      UNIVERSITY NEWS|Horwitz Named Mutual of Omaha Endowed Executive Director. Level-up: Get caught playing a cellphone video game in a college classroom and chances are the consequences could be dire. Bishop’s ‘Extraordinary ...
    • Creighton University Magazine Summer 2017 

      Coleman, Tammy; Fagerland, Maria; Freestone, Ann; Gleisser, Benjamin; Klinker, Adam; Murphy McMahon, Cindy; Rust, Emily (Creighton University. Omaha, NE, 2017)
      UNIVERSITY NEWS. Page 6|Creighton’s Fulbright and Goldwater Scholars. Nursing Expands into Arizona. Harper Chair’s Focus on Business Leadership. Catching the Writing Bug. Creighton Welcomes New Board Members, Honors Trustees ...
    • Creighton University Magazine Summer 2018 

      Flott, Anthony; Darwin, John; Brandt, Amanda; Klinker, Adam; Murphy McMahon, Cindy (Creighton University. Omaha, NE, 2018)
      INVESTING IN FAITH|Alumnus Joe Ricketts, BA’68, brings his vision for an Ignatian-based retreat experience to life at the 936-acre Cloisters on the Platte retreat center. Page 28.|‘FOREVER GRATEFUL’|A former student fondly ...
    • Creighton University Magazine Fall 2017 

      Coleman, Tammy; Fagerland, Maria; Freestone, Ann; Gleisser, Benjamin; Klinker, Adam; Murphy McMahon, Cindy; Rust, Emily (Creighton University. Omaha, NE, 2017)
      CREIGHTON CONNECTIONS. Page 6|JESUIT GARDENS|The Rev. Thomas Simonds, SJ, EdD, shares insights on how to more fully appreciate the gifts of the season. Page 11.|BY THE NUMBERS Page 15.|HEALTH BRIEFS. Page 16.|DIALOGUE.|The ...
    • Creighton University Magazine Spring 2018 

      Antonucci, Glenn; Brandt, Amanda; Davis, Rick; Klinker, Adam; Murphy McMahon, Cindy (Creighton University. Omaha, NE, 2018)
      CREIGHTON CONNECTIONS Page 4.|JESUIT GARDENS|Don’t be afraid of silence, say two Creighton Jesuits. Unplugging may be the best way to listen to your life. Page 8.|BY THE NUMBERS Page 12.|HEALTH BRIEFS Page 14.|DIALOGUE|Athletic ...
    • Saint Joseph Hospital,Annual Report 1978 

      Creighton Omaha Regional Healthcare Corporation (Creighton Omaha Regional Healthcare Corporation. 1979)
      The annual report for 1978 consists of 2 transparent pages wrapped wrapped around the Dedication Brochure produced for formal dedication ceremonies of Saint Joseph Hospital and the Omaha Health Professions Center on December ...
    • Saint Joseph Hospital,Annual Report 1975 

      Creighton Omaha Regional Healthcare Corporation (Creighton Omaha Regional Healthcare Corporation. 1976)
      From the first page:|The year 1975 has been recorded as a “vintage year” for Saint Joseph Hospital. While a new medical center was being constructed on the western edge of the Creighton University campus at 30th and ...
    • Saint Joseph Hospital,Annual Report 1976 

      Creighton Omaha Regional Healthcare Corporation (Creighton Omaha Regional Healthcare Corporation. 1977)
      This is our report for 1976. Aerial photographs of our vital physical facilities dominate the front and back covers of the report. But, exterior pictures of buildings (particularly those taken more than 1,000 feet away) ...