Gary Wagenheim

  • Adjunct Professor, Management and Organization Studies
  • Email Address: wagenhei@sfu.ca

    Biography

    Gary Wagenheim is an adjunct professor in management and organization studies. Gary's expertise is in the areas of leadership, facilitation, strategic planning, training programs and organizational development. He has extensive experience teaching international courses in organizational behaviour, leadership, and interpersonal skills. He has taught throughout the US, Canada, Singapore, Brazil, China, Germany, Taiwan, India, and Finland.

    Research Interests

    leadership, facilitation, strategic planning, training programs and organizational development

    Selected Publications

    Articles and Reports

    Wagenheim, G., & McAdam, J. (2016). Web-of-communication. Management Teaching Review, 1(3), 142-147. http://doi.org/10.1177/2379298116650972

    Lerchster, R., & Wagenheim, G. (2015). Hunting elephants in the room: How bringing theory to practice helps clients address obvious but unaddressed issues. Challenging Organisations and Society, 4(2), 756-767.

    Wagenheim, G., & Spindler, M. (2015). Positive deviance: Sparks that ignite systems change. Challenging Organisations and Society, 4(1), 647-649.

    Wagenheim, G. (2014, ). Wallflowers at Work. CPA Magazine, 8, 18-20.

    Wagenheim, G. (2014). Professional artistry revealed: Business professors' use of reflection in their teaching. Reflective Practice, 15(6), 836-850.

    Wagenheim, G., Brown, T., & Crispo, A. (2013). Creating learning and change through reflective conversations. Challenging Organisations and Society, 2(1), 184-203.

    Wagenheim, G., Brown, T., & Crispo, A. (2013). Editors' Comments: How a reflective hybrid approach can change how we think about and take action in our work. Challenging Organisations and Society, 2(1), 179-183.

    Wagenheim, G. (2012). Facilitating managers' reflection for individual and organizational learning. Challenging Organisations and Society, 1(1), 63-72.

    Wagenheim, G., Watt, D., & Andrew, M. (2011, ). How to make a recruit feel at home. BCBusiness.ca.

    Wagenheim, G., Clark, R., & Crispo, A. W. (2009). Metaphorical mirror: Reflecting on our personal pursuits to discover and challenge our teaching practice assumptions. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 20(3), 503-509.

    Wagenheim, G. (2006). My lifeguard story: Knowing when to act. Practicing OD, 6.

    Books, Book Chapters and Monographs

    Wagenheim, G., & Biech, E. (2015). Skills feedback rubric. In Biech, E., & Biech, E. (Eds.), 101 ways to make training active. Hoboken, United States: Pfeiffer-Wiley.

    Wagenheim, G., & Biech, E. (2015). 10 Basics for active facilitators. In Biech, E. (Eds.), 101 More Ways to Make Training Active. Hoboken, United States: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

    Wagenheim, G., & Beich, E. (2013). Juggling act: Multi-tasking in teams. In Biech, E. (Eds.), The 2013 Pfeiffer Annual: Consulting. Chippenham, United Kingdom: Wiley (UK).

    Wagenheim, G., & Spindler, M. (2013). The difference in focus: How to create "group-as-system" level learning in t-groups. Here and Now - Collected Writings on Group Dynamics. Wien, Austria: Verlagshaus Hernals.

    Wagenheim, G. (2013). Letting go to hold on: Mom's final lessons. In Spindler, M. (Eds.), Change Layers: Resiliency-learning. Wien, Austria: Verlagshaus Hernals.

    Wagenheim, G., Kouzes, J. M., & Posner, B. Z. (2010). Challenge leadership through structured reflection interviews. In Beich, E. (Eds.), The Leadership Challenge: Activities Book (pp. 638-642). Hoboken, United States: Pfeiffer-Wiley.

    Wagenheim, G. (2009). A mirror on professional artistry: Business professors' use of reflection in their teaching practices. Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.

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