Dr. Dumas is a professor of Organization Behavior. She is also the Director of the Center for Innovation and Change Leadership.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Education for Inclusive Leadership and Social Change

The article describes a program of inclusive leadership and social change at a business school, designed to improve student learning and meet the community’s needs.

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Remedies for what Ails Management Education: Participatory Action Research and Service-Learning

Participatory action research and service-learning can help management education evolve into a craft rooted in thought and action for learning and social change. I offer examples to support this perspective.

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Cultivating Mindfulness in Management Education

This article argues for the need for management students to learn techniques for cultivating mindfulness while learning and leading. Exercises are included as well.

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Creating Our Possible Future Together: Using Arts Based Approaches to Explore Collective Experience

I examine the social technology of Presencing which can prepare business leaders to create generative approaches to whole system transformation. I propose arts-based tools for developing these competencies.

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The Art of Hosting Conversation: Finding Emergent and Sustainable Solutions to Complex Community and Organizational Challenges

The simplest and most powerful investment we can make in our organzations is to begin talking with one another through collaborative conversation.

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