Brad Agle
Brad Agle
Professor of Ethics and Leadership, Brigham Young University
Verified email at byu.edu
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Toward a theory of stakeholder identification and salience: Defining the principle of who and what really counts
RK Mitchell, BR Agle, DJ Wood
Academy of management review 22 (4), 853-886, 1997
150941997
Who matters to Ceos? An investigation of stakeholder attributes and salience, corpate performance, and Ceo values
BR Agle, RK Mitchell, JA Sonnenfeld
Academy of management journal 42 (5), 507-525, 1999
25451999
The relationship between social and financial performance: Repainting a portrait
RM Roman, S Hayibor, BR Agle
Business & society 38 (1), 109-125, 1999
9811999
Religiosity and ethical behavior in organizations: A symbolic interactionist perspective
GR Weaver, BR Agle
Academy of management review 27 (1), 77-97, 2002
9192002
Dialogue: Toward superior stakeholder theory
BR Agle, T Donaldson, RE Freeman, MC Jensen, RK Mitchell, DJ Wood
Business Ethics Quarterly, 153-190, 2008
5562008
Understanding research on values in business: A level of analysis framework
BR Agle, CB Caldwell
Business & Society 38 (3), 326-387, 1999
4881999
Does CEO charisma matter? An empirical analysis of the relationships among organizational performance, environmental uncertainty, and top management team perceptions of CEO …
BR Agle, NJ Nagarajan, JA Sonnenfeld, D Srinivasan
Academy of management journal 49 (1), 161-174, 2006
4752006
“Somebody I Look Up To:”: Ethical Role Models in Organizations
GR Weaver, LK Treviņo, B Agle
Organizational Dynamics 34 (4), 313-330, 2005
2922005
Toward a theory of stakeholder salience in family firms
RK Mitchell, BR Agle, JJ Chrisman, LJ Spence
Business ethics quarterly, 235-255, 2011
2432011
The impact of moral stress compared to other stressors on employee fatigue, job satisfaction, and turnover: An empirical investigation
KB DeTienne, BR Agle, JC Phillips, MC Ingerson
Journal of Business Ethics 110 (3), 377-391, 2012
1922012
An empirical examination of the causes of corporate wrongdoing in the United States
CWL Hill, PC Kelley, BR Agle, MA Hitt, RE Hoskisson
Human Relations 45 (10), 1055-1076, 1992
1551992
God and mammon: The modern relationship
BR Agle, HJ Van Buren III
Business ethics quarterly, 563-582, 1999
1441999
Stakeholder agency and social welfare: Pluralism and decision making in the multi-objective corporation
RK Mitchell, GR Weaver, BR Agle, AD Bailey, J Carlson
Academy of Management Review 41 (2), 252-275, 2016
1302016
Teoria degli stakeholder
G Rusconi, RE Freeman, M Dorigatti
Franco Angeli, 2007
1132007
Value congruence and charismatic leadership in CEO–top manager relationships: An empirical investigation
S Hayibor, BR Agle, GJ Sears, JA Sonnenfeld, A Ward
Journal of business ethics 102 (2), 237-254, 2011
962011
Charismatic chief executive officers: Are they more effective? An empirical test of charismatic leadership theory.
BR Agle, JA Sonnenfield
Academy of Management Proceedings 1994 (1), 2-6, 1994
811994
Examining the impact of organizational value dissimilarity in top management teams
MJ Lankau, A Ward, A Amason, T Ng, JA Sonnenfeld, BR Agle
Journal of Managerial Issues, 11-34, 2007
772007
Ensuring validity in the measurement of corporate social performance: Lessons from corporate United Way and PAC campaigns
BR Agle, PC Kelley
Journal of Business Ethics 31 (3), 271-284, 2001
722001
Relational ties that bind: Leader–follower relationship dimensions and charismatic attribution
SM Campbell, AJ Ward, JA Sonnenfeld, BR Agle
The Leadership Quarterly 19 (5), 556-568, 2008
602008
Toward a theory of stakeholder identification and salience: defining the principle of who and what really counts
K Mitchell Ronald, BR Agle, DJ Wood
The Academy of Management Review 22 (4), 853-886, 1997
571997
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