Peer-Reviewed Academic Journals Publications
All My Relations: An Inquiry Into a Spirit of a Native American Philosophy of Business
J. S. Gladstone (2018). AMERICAN INDIAN QUARTERLY 42 (2).
This article utilizes Native American philosophy to examines and discuss the community
values held by American Indian entrepreneurs. 2016 manuscript accepted for publication
in January, 2018.
Being Native American in Business: Culture, Identity, and Authentic Leadership in
Modern American Indian Enterprises
D. Stewart, A. K. Verbos, S. Black, C. Birmingham, and J. S. Gladstone. (2017). LEADERSHIP. First published on April 28, 2017 as doi: 10.1177/1742715016634182 This article connects
culture and identity as a foundation for American Indian leadership. My contribution
to this article was describing Native American culture and identity and connecting
them to the proposed theory.
Exploring Traditional Indigenous Leadership Concepts: A Spiritual Foundation for Blackfeet
J. S. Gladstone and D. D. Pepion, (2016). LEADERSHIP, 0 (0), 1-19. First published on March 23, 2016 as doi: 10.1177/ 1742715016638913.
This article describes traditional American Indian leadership and the source for leadership
authority within an American Indian tribe. My contribution in this article describes
leadership theory and connects it with the case example.
Native American Cultural Influences On Career Self-Schemas and MBA fit
A. K. Verbos, D. M. Kennedy, J. S. Gladstone, and C. Birmingham, (2015). EQUALITY, DIVERSITY, AND INCLUSION: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL, 34 (3), 201-213. This article describes the challenges that American Indian people
face when they perceive that their Native culture conflicts with Western-oriented
employment and MBA education. My contribution describes American Indian culture and
potential conflict with Western worldview.
Native American Cultural Capital and Business Strategy: The Culture-of-Origin Effect
D. Stewart, J. S. Gladstone, and A. K. Verbos, (2014). AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURE AND RESEARCH JOURNAL, 38 (4), 127-138. This article describes the value that American Indian culture has
for potential customers of Native American-made products. My contribution to this
article was introducing Native American values and connecting them to the proposed
Native American Values And Management Education: Envisioning An Inclusive Virtuous
A. K. Verbos, J. Gladstone, and D. M. Kennedy, (2011). JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT EDUCATION, 35 (1), 10-26. This article calls for bringing Native American values into teaching
style into business management education. My contribution to this article was introducing
Native American values and connecting them management education. Cited 22 times as
per Google Scholar.
“Coyote Was Walking...”: Management Education in Indian Time
A. K. Verbos, D. M. Kennedy and J. Gladstone, (2011). JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT EDUCATION, 35 (1), 51-65. This article calls for bringing Native American teaching style into
the business management classroom. My contribution to this article was introducing
Native American values and connecting them the example trickster story. Cited 10 times
as per Google Scholar.
Situational Narcissism and Charismatic Leadership: A Conceptual Framework
J. Humphreys, D. Zhao, K. Ingram, J. Gladstone, and L. Basham (2010). JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL AND APPLIED MANAGEMENT, 11 (2), 118-136. This article argues that leaders can use narcissistic behavior.
My contribution to this article was historical research identifying case examples.
Cited 37 times as per Google Scholar.
A Commentary on Coyote and Brother Crow
J. Gladstone, (2009). TAMARA JOURNAL FOR CRITICAL ORGANIZATION INQUIRY, 8 (8.1), 29-31. This article comments on the article “Coyote and Brother Crow,” which
is a post-modern critical work using Trickster Coyote as a metaphor for federal paternalism
toward Indian tribes. My article corrects the author’s assumption that Coyote acts
maliciously and points out that Coyote’s behavior is instead self-serving opportunism.
Natives Questioning Western Narrative Ways
D. Boje and G. A. Rosile, and J. Gladstone, (2008). ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT ANNUAL MEETING PROCEEDINGS (G. T. Soloman, Ed.), #1670
Entrepreneurial Conation Preferences: Working Adults versus Students
J. Black and J. Gladstone, (2007). WESTERN ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT PROCEEDINGS (C. Ybarra, Ed.), Western Academy of Management 48th Annual Conference, #132