D Christopher Kayes
D Christopher Kayes
Professor of Management, George Washington University School of Business
Verified email at email.gwu.edu
TitleCited byYear
Experiential learning and its critics: Preserving the role of experience in management learning and education
DC Kayes
Academy of Management Learning & Education 1 (2), 137-149, 2002
6892002
Experiential learning in teams
AB Kayes, DC Kayes, DA Kolb
Simulation & Gaming 36 (3), 330-354, 2005
4602005
An experiential approach to cross-cultural learning: A review and integration of competencies for successful expatriate adaptation
Y Yamazaki, DC Kayes
Academy of Management Learning & Education 3 (4), 362-379, 2004
4042004
Internal validity and reliability of Kolb’s learning style inventory version 3 (1999)
DC Kayes
Journal of Business and Psychology 20 (2), 249-257, 2005
2882005
Learning versus performance in short-term project teams
VU Druskat, DC Kayes
Small group research 31 (3), 328-353, 2000
2672000
The 1996 Mount Everest climbing disaster: The breakdown of learning in teams
DC Kayes
Human Relations 57 (10), 1263-1284, 2004
1472004
Essential competencies for cross‐cultural knowledge absorption
G Fink, N Holden, DC Kayes, AB Kayes, Y Yamazaki
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2005
1002005
Expatriate learning: Exploring how Japanese managers adapt in the United States
Y Yamazaki, DC Kayes
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 18 (8), 1373-1395, 2007
962007
Developing teams using the Kolb team learning experience
AB Kayes, DC Kayes, DA Kolb
Simulation & Gaming 36 (3), 355-363, 2005
782005
Teaching with and through teams: Student-written, instructor-facilitated case writing and the signatory code
J Bailey, M Sass, PM Swiercz, C Seal, DC Kayes
Journal of management education 29 (1), 39-59, 2005
702005
The antecedents of team competence: Toward a fine-grained model of self-managing team effectiveness
VU Druskat, DC Kayes
Research on managing groups and teams 2 (2), 201-231, 1999
641999
Building organizational integrity
DC Kayes, D Stirling, TM Nielsen
Business Horizons 50 (1), 61-70, 2007
482007
Destructive Goal Pursuit: The Mt. Everest Disaster
D Kayes
Springer, 2006
472006
Transferring knowledge across cultures: A learning competencies approach
AB Kayes, DC Kayes, Y Yamazaki
Performance Improvement Quarterly 18 (4), 87-100, 2005
462005
An experiential approach to cross-cultural learning: A review and integration of success factors in expatriate adaptation
Y Yamazaki, DC Kayes
Academy of Management Learning Education 3 (4), 354-379, 2004
452004
Organizational corruption as theodicy
DC Kayes
Journal of Business Ethics 67 (1), 51-62, 2006
412006
Learning and work satisfaction in Asia: A comparative study of Japanese, Chinese and Malaysian managers
Y Yamazaki, DC Kayes
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 21 (12), 2271-2289, 2010
302010
G.: Team learning in organizations A review and integration
DC Kayes, G Burnett
In: OLKC 2006 Conference, 2006
282006
Dilemma at 29,000 feet: An exercise in ethical decision making based on the 1996 Mt. Everest climbing disaster
DC Kayes
Journal of Management Education 26 (3), 307-321, 2002
282002
The destructive pursuit of idealized goals
DC Kayes
Organizational Dynamics 34 (4), 391-401, 2005
272005
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