Jules Klagge

Lecturer
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
0604
Lecturer
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
0604

Biography

Jules (Jay) Klagge joined the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts as a lecturer in late 2016. His background includes a public career in transportation planning and a for-profit career in academic affairs and research.

His research interests are to create strong and clear linkages among the current and emerging theories and practices associated with leadership, innovation, stakeholder analysis, organizational culture, and change in order to inform organizational leaders about ways to survive and thrive local and global contexts.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy-Public Administration (Ph.D.), Arizona State University

Master of Arts in Innovative Leadership (MA), Western International U., Phoenix, AZ

Master of Science in Finance (MSF), College for Financial Planning, Denver, CO

Master of Business Administration (MBA), Arizona State University (Carey School)

Liberal Arts in New Testament (BA), BIOLA University Affiliate

College of Architecture, Arizona State University

Research Interests

My research interests are to create strong and clear linkages among the current and emerging theories and practices associated with Leadership, Innovation, Stakeholder Analysis, Organizational Culture, and Change in order to inform organizational leaders about ways to survive and thrive local and global contexts.

Since joining ASU in August of 2016 I have published the following papers on Researchgate.net.

DURING 2020

 

Klagge, J. (2020). Making ethical decisions: Navigating the murky swamp. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.35889.94569

Klagge, J. (2020). The story of the F-Troop. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.31807.05282

Klagge, J. (2020). Who to woo: Staking out key stakeholders. Unpublished conference workshop notes. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10071.29600

Klagge, J. (2020). Gender, culture, and workplace success: An exploratory exercise. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net.  doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.13521.35682

Klagge, J. (2020). The role of culture and gender in contextualizing cross-cultural talent management. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.11124.99207

 

DURING 2019

 

Klagge, J. (2019). Organizational culture, creativity and innovation-Part 1-Definitions and examples. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.23954.71366

Klagge, J. (2019). Organizational culture, creativity and innovation-Part 2-Cultural precursors. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.11512.70405

Klagge, J. (2019). Organizational culture, creativity and innovation-Part 3-Leadership roles. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.15254.80966

Klagge, J. (2019). Unpacking a positive learning experience. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.22163.12324

Klagge, J. (2019). A primer on leading innovation (Excerpted). Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.15497.08804

Klagge, J. (2019). Stakeholder impacts on organizational innovation. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.31147.90407

Klagge, J. (2019). Publishing in the organizational sciences. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.15788.21121

 

DURING 2018

 

Klagge, J. (2018). Exploring the basic notions of knowing: Examining a continuum of epistemology. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net

Klagge, J. (2018). Exploring the basic notions of science: Researching the nature of research itself. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.16836.83849

Klagge, J. (2018). Giving legs to your learning. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.12634.59844

Klagge, J. (2018). Guidelines for conducting focus groups. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.33817.47201

Klagge, J. (2018). Guidelines for conducting surveys. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net

Klagge, J. (2018). Measures of association. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.30467.76328

Klagge, J. (2018). Model-building: A primer. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4995.7201

Klagge, J. (2018). The importance of intercultural skills in organizations. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2402.2160

Klagge, J. (2018). Using culture models: The good, the bad, and the ugly. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.36052.09605

 

DURING 2017

 

Klagge, J. (2017). Advantages and disadvantages of cultural diversity in the workplace. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net

Klagge, J. (2017). Organizational innovation taxonomy: A functional fusion of the literature. Unpublished manuscript. Available from jay.klagge@researchgate.net.

 

DURING 2016

 

Klagge, J. (2016). Developing a cross-cultural communication plan. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3147.6088

Klagge, J. (2016). Examining EQ and IQ in leadership experience. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3683.4328

Klagge, J. (2016). High potential leadership: An analysis. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4732.0083

Klagge, J. (2016). Leadership selection criteria: Considering contingencies and context. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4469.8646

Klagge, J. (2016). Multi-national organizations: Stakeholder analysis. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2466.0568

Klagge, J. (2016). Organizational change: Increasing urgency while fighting inertia and resistance. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3117.4803

Klagge, J. (2016). Organizational changes: Implementing them & making them stick. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2722.8565

Klagge, J. (2016). Proposed U.S. monetary and fiscal policy changes. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3450.3769

Klagge, J. (2016). Seven tenets of sound organization theory. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3091.1120

Klagge, J. (2016). Shared leadership: What's new? Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1803.2247

Klagge, J. (2016). Storytelling and the development of organizational culture. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.5087.4968

Klagge, J. (2016). Thought leadership: Communication as a catalyst for change. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3186.9523

Klagge, J. (2016). When cultural assumptions collide in organizations. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net

Klagge, J. (2016). Chaos theory applied: True north, strange attractors, and strategic leadership. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2550.6801

Klagge, J. (2016). Communicating in high & low context cultures. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2700.4563

Klagge, J. (2016). Designing organizations for high commitment and performance. Unpublished manuscript. Available at: jay.klagge@researchgate.net. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2318.4243

Publications

Approaches to the Iron Cage: Reconstructing the Bars of Weber’s Metaphor, Published in

                Administration & Society, Vol. 29, No. 1, March 1997 and also published in Sociology: Windows

                on Society – An Anthology, 5th edition, John Hereen, et al editors, Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury

                Press (2001).

Approaches to the iron cage: A new perspective on Weber's classical model of bureaucracy.  In J.

W. Hereen, M. Requa, R. H. Laurer, and J. C. Laurer (Eds.), Sociology: Windows on Society,

5th ed. (pp. 50-58). Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Publishing Company, 2001.

Self-Perceived Development Needs of Today’s Middle Managers, Published in the Journal of

                Management Development, Vol. 17, No. 7, Fall 1998.

The Empowerment Squeeze: Views from the Middle Management Position, Published in the Journal

                Of Management Development, Vol. 17, No. 8, Winter 1998.

The Reinvention Trail: Account of One State Agency’s Quality Journey, Published in Public  Administration Quarterly, Vol.

               20, No. 4, Winter 1997.

The Executive in the Year 2000: A Reinvented Role, Published in the Journal of Management Inquiry,

                Vol. 6, No. 4, December 1997.

Leadership Development Needs of Today’s Organizational Managers, Published in Leadership &

                Organizational Development Journal, Vol. 18, No. 7, Winter 1997.

The Leadership Role of Today’s Middle Manager, Published in the Journal of Leadership Studies, Vol.

                3, No. 3, Summer 1996.

Defining, Discovering, and Developing Personal Leadership within Organizations, Published in

                Leadership & Organizational Development Journal, Vol. 17, No. 5, Summer 1996.

360-Degree Sociometric Feedback for Individual and Organizational Change, Published in Public

                Administration Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 3 - Fall 1995.

Unity and Diversity: A Two-Headed Opportunity for Today’s Leaders, Published in Leadership &

                Organizational Development Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4 – 1995

Leadership: A Notion Come of Age, Published in the Journal of Leadership Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2 - 1995.

Statistical Packages for the IBM Personal Computer, Published by McGraw-Hill, 1986 (A book

                co‑authored with Linda O’Keeffe).

Research Activity

Working Papers on cultural isssues in the workplace, leading innovation, and stakeholder analysis.

Courses

Spring 2022
Course Number Course Title
OGL 355 Leading Org Innovation
OGL 481 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar I
Fall 2021
Course Number Course Title
OGL 300 Theory Practice of Leadership
OGL 482 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar II
OGL 558 Leading Organizational Innovat
Spring 2021
Course Number Course Title
OGL 481 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar I
OGL 482 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar II
OGL 558 Leading Organizational Innovat
Fall 2020
Course Number Course Title
OGL 481 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar I
OGL 482 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar II
OGL 558 Leading Organizational Innovat
Summer 2020
Course Number Course Title
OGL 300 Theory Practice of Leadership
OGL 355 Leading Org Innovation
OGL 482 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar II
Spring 2020
Course Number Course Title
OGL 481 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar I
OGL 482 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar II
Fall 2019
Course Number Course Title
OGL 300 Theory Practice of Leadership
OGL 481 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar I
OGL 482 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar II
Summer 2019
Course Number Course Title
OGL 300 Theory Practice of Leadership
OGL 355 Leading Org Innovation
Spring 2019
Course Number Course Title
OGL 300 Theory Practice of Leadership
OGL 481 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar I
OGL 482 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar II
Fall 2018
Course Number Course Title
OGL 481 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar I
OGL 482 Org Leadership Pro-Seminar II
Summer 2018
Course Number Course Title
OGL 300 Theory Practice of Leadership
OGL 355 Leading Org Innovation
Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
OGL 300 Theory Practice of Leadership
OGL 355 Leading Org Innovation
BIS 498 Pro-Seminar
BIS 499 Individualized Instruction
Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
OGL 300 Theory Practice of Leadership
OGL 355 Leading Org Innovation
Summer 2017
Course Number Course Title
OGL 200 Intro to Org Leadership
OGL 300 Theory Practice of Leadership

Presentations

OGL 200 - Introduction to Leadership

OGL 300 - Leadership Theory & Practice

OGL 355 - Leading Organizational Innovation

OGL 481 - Pro-Seminar I

OGL 482 - Pro-Seminar II

OGL 558 - Leading Organizational Innovation

Honors/Awards

Fellow / Arizona Program for Policy, Ethics and Education Leadership

Phi Kappa Phi / Honor Society for Superior Scholarship

Pi Alpha Alpha / National Public Administration Honor Society

Summa Cum Laude / Master of Business Administration

Beta Gamma Sigma / National Business Honor Society

Sigma Iota Epsilon / Academy of Management Honor Society

Magna Cum Laude / Bachelor of Arts

Who's Who In American Colleges And Universities

Editorships

Article Reviewer for the Journal of Organization Change Management (2017-2020)

Article Reviewer for the Amfiteatru Economic Journal (2020)

Professional Associations

Association for Institutional Research (2007-Present)

Society for Business Ethics (1994-2000)

American Society for Public Administration (1993-1998)

Arizona Administrators Association (1996-1998)

Service

Curriculum Committee Member

Graduate Curriculum Committee Member

Assistant Professor Selection Committee Member

 

Graduate Faculties / Mentoring History

The relationship between leadership and employee job satisfaction in a military community (P. Craig, 2013)*

Community College CIOs: Assessing their transformational leadership behaviors on information technology workers job satisfaction (M. S. Abouelenein, 2012)*

The Experience of African American Female STEM Professionals (C. Winn-Scott, 2012)

A qualitative inquiry of barriers facing female faculty desiring career progression into higher education administration (W. J. Ziems-Mueller, 2011)

A quantitative study of politically-appointed California State Boards (C. Bly-Chester, 2011)

Leading organizational transformations: A qualitative study of the leader (M.E. Washington, 2011)

Leadership communication, culture and employee engagement (S.A. Greenidge, 2010)*

A correlative analysis of emotional intelligence on moral decision making (N.L. Carr, 2010)

An examination of ethics education in Michigan business schools (J. Bynum-Simpson, 2010)*

A qualitative study of obesity: The perspective of health care providers (C. Robinson, 2010)

The effect of an Executive MBA program on entrepreneurial orientation (F.A. Lins, 2009)*

Technology adoption: Influence of availability and accessibility (W.S. McConnell, 2009)*

Emotional Intelligence: An analysis of emotional intelligence and leadership styles among Hispanic leaders                (J. Montanez, 2009)

Ethical reasoning under the influence of ethical climates: A quantitative study (T.B. Halton, 2009)

Predicting Latino males persistence in high school: A model combining social and academic risk factors (V. Alonzo, 2008)*

Outcomes of intergroup contact: An assessment of joint professional military education (J.H. Poole, 2007)*

The influence of collaboration on social and official trust in water-policy decision making (P.R. Thomas, 2007)*

A test of association between student satisfaction and student persistence in a nontraditional university setting (W.W. Carroll, 2007)

Conflict in innovative work teams: A phenomenological study (K.A. Bokoles, 2007)

Southeast Texas superintendents perception on the relationship between educator longevity, pupil expenditures and support achievement (D.F. Robinson, Sr., 2007)

The influence of health care CIOs transformational leadership behavior on workers job satisfaction (L.F. Barnes, 2007)*

A study of the impact of channel leadership on customer loyalty (M. Cojocneanu, 2007)

Achieving congruence between individual commitment to policing and organizational objectives in police departments (P.A. Lasiewicki, 2007)*

Just decisions: A phenomenological portrait of appellate collegial decision-making (R.C. Anderson, 2007)*

The relationship among cultural distance, social ties and tacit knowledge sharing in a multinational corporation (L.R. Buzan, 2005)*

Leader-organization fit: Improving success in non-profit organizations (T.S. Mowbray, 2004)*

Self-leadership through business decision-making models (L.J. Jackson, 2004)*

Modern virtual project management: The effects of a centralized and decentralized project management office (W. Curlee, 2002)*

The effect of head and heart on municipal employee retention (C.P. Sherman, 2001)*

Industry Positions

Lecturer, College of Integrative Sciences & Arts, Arizona State University

Associate VP of Academic & Institutional Research, University of Phoenix

Founding Dean, School of Advanced Studies, University of Phoenix

Associate Dean, Sperling School of Business, University of Phoenix

Director of the Transportation Planning Division, AZ Department of Transportation

Pro Bono

DIVERSITY, EQUITY, SOCIAL JUSTICE, INCLUSION

Written Contributions:

Since joining ASU in August of 2016 I have written the following monographs and posted them on my Researchgate site. These monographs focus on culture, gender, and race in an organizational context.

  • Advantages & Disadvantages of Cultural Diversity in the Workplace
  • The Importance of Intercultural Communication Skills
  • Gender, Culture, and Workplace Success: An Exploratory Exercise
  • The Role of Culture and Gender in Contextualizing Cross-Cultural Talent Management

In the past 4 years these 4 monographs have generated over 56K reads, 26K downloads, and far too many side conversations and interactions with colleagues to recall as I do not track those interesting and sometimes challenging exchanges.

Social Activities:

My wife and I have served people of all walks of life who are down on their luck, including people of color, women suffering abuse, and undernourished children. We have served on The Christmas Angel Program for children with an incarcerated parent or parents, and the Thanksgiving and Christmas meal programs. When my wife served on the Executive Board of the Southwest Region of the Salvation Army, we sought to increase the diversity of that Board in order to better understand the issues associated with race, gender, poverty, and homelessness. We are still active in those pursuits as donors but with less power to impact change.

Classroom Sensitivity:

I am happy to report that in my online courses at ASU, the democratizing effects of virtual learning have largely erased interpersonal biases based on race, gender, or social status. I am always seeking opportunities to encourage students to broaden their views of inclusion, diversity, social structure, and equity as being one of the primary charges of leadership in organizations as well as in society in general.

Expertise Areas

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