David M. Boje
David M. Boje is one of the Bill Daniels Ethics Fellows, and post holder of Bank of America Endowed Professorship of Management (Sept 2006-Sept 2009), and past Arthur Owens Professorship in Business Administration (June 2003-June 2006) in the Management Department at New Mexico State University. His reputation in academia and industry is widely known and respected in the United States and internationally. Professor Boje is described by his peers as an international scholar in the areas of narrative, storytelling, postmodern theory & critical ethics of answerability. He has published over 120 articles in journals, including the top-tier journals such as Management Science, Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Manage Review and the international Journal of Organization Studies. His output continues to be prolific. During the 2005-2006 academic year he published 10 journal articles, 10 scholarly chapters, and two books. On average, Professor Boje’s articles and books are cited 586 times by other scholars, with an average of 21.7 cites per item. By last count, David Boje had garnered 3565 total citations to his research (Citation analysis conducted on February 18, 2010 on Google Scholar). His most cited work (routinely cited on average by scholars 690 times) is: Boje, D. M. 1991. “The storytelling organization: A study of storytelling performance in an office supply firm.” Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 36: pp.106-126. His 1995 Academy of Management Journal article on Disney is cited 515 times, and his Narrative Methods book (2001) 576 times.