Team

Management | COLE Advisory Board | Center Scholars | COLE Leadership Fellows

 
Sim B. Sitkin Professor of Management
Richard P. Larrick Michael W. Krzyzewski University Professor in Leadership
Joseph N.G. LeBoeuf, Jr. Professor of the Practice of Management
E. Allan Lind James L. Vincent Professor of Leadership
Noah Pickus Nannerl O. Keohane Director of The Kenan Institute for Ethics
Ashleigh Shelby Rosette Assistant Professor of Management
Kimberly A. Wade-Benzoni Associate Professor of Management

 

The COLE center scholars are leading faculty in the fields of leadership and ethics, who help advance COLE's research-related agenda by:

 


 

Sim B. Sitkin

Professor of Management
Faculty Director, Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership and Ethics; Director, Behavioral Science and Policy Center

Teaching/Research Interests: Leadership, Organizational Control, Trust in Organizations, Organizational Change, New Organizational Forms, Mergers and Acquisitions

Sim Sitkin's research, teaching and consulting focuses on organizational leadership and control. He is widely known for his work on the effect of formal and informal organizational control systems and leadership on risk taking, accountability, trust, learning, change processes (including M&A), and innovation. Sitkin serves as senior editor at Organization Science and associate editor at the Journal of Organizational Behavior, and has served on numerous editorial and scientific review boards both within and outside North America. He has served on numerous government and non-profit boards and currently is a member of the Board of Governors of the Academy of Management and chair of its ethics committee. He teaches leadership courses in all of Fuqua's degree and non-degree programs and is the founding Faculty Director of COLE. Visit Sim's Fuqua faculty page for more information about his research.


Richard P. Larrick

Michael W. Krzyzewski University Professor in Leadership; Professor of Management and Organizations

Teaching/Research Interests: Leadership, Ethics, and Organizations; Power and Politics; Creativity and Learning in Organizations; Negotiation; Decision Making; Individual and Group Decision Making, Motivation, Social Perception

Rick Larrick conducts research on decision making and social psychology. In one area of research, he has examined the importance of power and respect in negotiation. Professor Larrick also teaches courses on organizational behavior and power and politics, in which he emphasizes the role of trust and credibility in building relationships and in leading organizational change. Visit Rick's Fuqua faculty page for more information about his research.


Joseph N.G. LeBoeuf, Jr.

Professor of the Practice of Management

Teaching/Research Interests: Leadership, Leader Development, Organizational Culture

Joe LeBoeuf's expertise focuses on leadership education, leader development and organizational culture. LeBoeuf, a retired Colonel, is a lead educator/consultant on a 9 month study of the leader and character development system at the United States Air Force Academy; assessment of current process with recommendations for change grounded in emerging leadership and character development concepts and theories. Visit Joe's Fuqua faculty page for more information about his research.


E. Allan Lind

James L. Vincent Professor of Leadership
Former Co-Faculty Director, Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership and Ethics (2004-2007)

Teaching/Research Interests: Global Management, Distance Management, Virtual Teams, Ethics, Leadership, Organizational Justice

Allan Lind's work has a strong connection to leadership and business ethics. He has been researching the topic of organizational justice and ethics for nearly 30 years. In the late 1970's he worked with a special committee of the United States judiciary to generate a document laying out the ethics of research in courts and prisons. In the past few years, he has served on Duke's "Human Subjects Review Committee," a watchdog group overseeing research ethics for the campus; in this capacity he was instrumental in updating some key elements of the University's code of research ethics. Finally, he has taught Fuqua's business ethics course in the daytime program. Visit Allan's Fuqua faculty page for more information about his research.


Noah Pickus

The Nannerl O. Keohane Director of the The Kenan Institute for Ethics

Teaching/Research Interests: Business and organizational ethics, ethics education, and global and civic ethics.

Visit Noah's page for more information about his work.


Ashleigh Shelby Rosette

Assistant Professor of Management
Teaching/Research Interests: Dynamics of Bargaining, Managerial Effectiveness

Ashleigh Shelby Rosette’s research interests focus on systems of privilege in organizations, culture and emotions in negotiations, and attributions and biases in leadership evaluations. Her leadership research examines how subtypes and prototypes of leaders emerge from different environmental circumstances and changing perceptions of responsibility for organizational performance. Visit Ashleigh's Fuqua faculty page for more information about her research.


Kimberly A. Wade-Benzoni

Associate Professor of Management

Teaching/Research Interests: Intergenerational Behavior & Decisions, Ethics, Social Issues in Management, Social Entrepreneurship, Conflict & Negotiation

Kim Wade-Benzoni's research focuses on contexts involving inter-relationships between organizational and societal interests. Most notably, her work on intergenerational behavior examines cognitive and social psychological factors that influence the extent to which people will incur costs for the benefit of future generations. Visit Kim's Fuqua faculty page for more information about her research.