I’ve spent 15 years in corporate management in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Australia, and most recently founded an operations consultancy for SME’s. I have a passion for practitioner relevant research and I enjoy traveling and spending time outdoors with my amazing four children and wonderful wife.
BA, Brigham Young University, 2003
As a doctoral student at Case Western Reserve University (2018) my general research interest is in organizational ethical decision-making, specifically as it relates to sustainable human resource development, moral self, moral dissonance, and managerial moral stress.
Recent Courses and SyllabiCourse evaluation ratings (login required)
- Ames, J. B. (Presenter & Author), Owens, B. (Author Only), Gaskin, J. (Author Only) Academy of Management Annual Conference,
"Is Moral Stress a Threat or a Mirage? Discovering the Legitimizing Effect of Moral Attentiveness.",
Social Issues in Management,
- Bright, D. (Presenter & Author), Ames, J. (Presenter & Author) Academy of Management Annual Conference,
"Unpacking Perceptions of Organizational Virtue.",
Organizational Behavior Division,
- Ames, J. B. (Presenter & Author) Society of Business Ethics Annual Conference,
"Executive “Self” Destruction: Understanding How Internal Conflict of Role Identities Impacts Moral Stress Within Senior Management Team Decision-making Processes.",
Emerging Scholars Program,
- Society of Business Ethics. 2017 - Present
- Academy of Management. 2015 - Present
- Outstanding Reviewer, Academy of Management. (2017).
- Society of Business Ethics Founders' Award, Society of Business Ethics. (2017).
- Doctoral Fellow, Fowler Center. (2017).
- Doctoral Fellow, Weatherhead Design & Innovation . (2017).