Brad Agle
Brad Agle
Professor of Ethics and Leadership, Brigham Young University
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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
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
The relationship between social and financial performance: Repainting a portrait
RM Roman, S Hayibor, BR Agle
Business & society 38 (1), 109-125, 1999
Religiosity and ethical behavior in organizations: A symbolic interactionist perspective
GR Weaver, BR Agle
Academy of management review 27 (1), 77-97, 2002
Dialogue: Toward superior stakeholder theory
BR Agle, T Donaldson, RE Freeman, MC Jensen, RK Mitchell, DJ Wood
Business Ethics Quarterly, 153-190, 2008
Understanding research on values in business: A level of analysis framework
BR Agle, CB Caldwell
Business & Society 38 (3), 326-387, 1999
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
“Somebody I look up to:”: ethical role models in organizations
GR Weaver, LK Treviņo, B Agle
Organizational Dynamics 34 (4), 313-330, 2005
Toward a theory of stakeholder salience in family firms
RK Mitchell, BR Agle, JJ Chrisman, LJ Spence
Business ethics quarterly, 235-255, 2011
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
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
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
God and mammon: The modern relationship
BR Agle, HJ Van Buren III
Business ethics quarterly, 563-582, 1999
Teoria degli stakeholder
G Rusconi, RE Freeman, M Dorigatti
Franco Angeli, 2007
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
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
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
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
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
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
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