Education for leading-learning. Organizational Dynamics, 21(3), 5-17.

This handout will cover some of the major issues with appropriate language use: levels of language formality, deceitful language and euphemisms, slang and idiomatic expressions; using group-specific jargon; and biased/stereotypical language.

An interview with Chris Argyris. Strategy and business, 10(1), 87-91, 93-96.

That rules out the physical world.

Culture cannot be appealed to as there are too many cultures throughout the world, all with different moral standards and practices; there is no way to ascertain which culture is "correct".


On the nature of actionable knowledge. Psychologist, 6(1), 29-32.

Actionable knowledge: Intent versus actuality. Journal of Applied Behavior Science, 32(4), 441-445.

People don't have to believe in God to know His moral law, but in denying Him, they lose the ability to ground an objective moral law in something than transcends the physical universe.


Personality vs. organization. Organizational Dynamics, 3(2), 3-17.

This handout will explain the difference between active and passive voice in writing. It gives examples of both, and shows how to turn a passive sentence into an active one. Also, it explains how to decide when to choose passive voice instead of active.

On organizations of the future. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.

Teaching and learning in design settings. In W. Porter & M. Kilbridge (Eds.), Architecture education study (pp. 551-660). New York: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Do you recognize yourself? Foreign Service Journal, 44(1), 21-26.

Indeed, everything is permissible if God does not exist." [4]

The tragic truth for existentialists like Sartre and all moral relativists is this: when you hold God's funeral and bury His moral law along with Him, something will take His place.

How tomorrow's executive will make decisions. Think, 33(6), 18-23.

This resource presents methods for adding sentence variety and complexity to writing that may sound repetitive or boring. Sections are divided into general tips for varying structure, a discussion of sentence types, and specific parts of speech which can aid in sentence variety.

Organization and innovation. Homewood, IL: R. D. Irwin-Dorsey.

Research as action: Useable knowledge for understanding and changing the status quo. In N. Nicholson & T. D. Wall (Eds.), The theory and practice of organizational psychology (pp. 197-211). London: Academic Press Ltd.

Being human and being organized. Trans-action, 1(5), 3-6.

This handout provides information on visual and textual devices for adding emphasis to your writing including textual formatting, punctuation, sentence structure, and the arrangement of words.