GOVN 400 / POLI 400 / HSRV 400: Governance and Leadership (Rev. C3/C3/C2) Report a Broken Link

Unit 1

Boone, L. W., & Makhani, S. (2012). Five Necessary Attitudes of a Servant Leader.

Review of Business, 33(1), 83-96.

Henein, Amal, & Francoise Morrisette (2007). Made in Canada Leadership: Wisdom From the Nation’s Best and Brightest on Leadership Practice and Development.

Read the Foreword, The Many Faces of Leadership, Introduction, and Chapter 1.

Kraemer, Harry M. (2011). From Values to Action: The Four Principles of Values-Based Leadership.

Read Introduction and Chapters 1-4.

Kouzes, J. M., and B.Z. Posner (2012). J-B Leadership Challenge.

In J. M. Kouzes and B.Z. Posner Leadership Challenge: How to Make Extraordinary Things Happen in Organizations. Read Chapters 1 and 2.

Unit 2

Henein, Amal and Francoise Morissette. 2007. Made in Canada Leadership: Wisdom From the Nation’s Best and Brightest on Leadership Practice and Development.

Read Chapters 1-5.

Kouzes, J.M., and B.Z. Posner( 2012). Leadership Challenge: How to Make Extraordinary Things Happen in Organizations (5th Edition).          

Read Chapters 3-6 and 7-12

(BIT) The Behavioural Insights Team. (2016). “About us”

a social purpose company owned jointly by the United Kingdom government, Nesta, and employees.

Sunhil Johal, Andrew Galley & Melissa Molson. (2014) Reprogramming Government for the Digital Era

KPMG & The Mowat Centre, University of Toronto, November 2014.

Unit 3

John, P. (2014). Policy entrepreneurship in UK central government: The behavioural insights team and the use of randomized controlled trials.

Public Policy and Administration, 29(3), 257-267.

Siemiatycki, M. (2015). Public-private partnerships in Canada: Reflections on twenty years of practice.

Canadian Public Administration, 58(3), 343-362.

Clark, Campbell. (2016). “Trudeau brings in Tony Blair’s guru to help Grits deliver the goods.”

Globe and Mail. February 22.

Deloitte. (2015). Institute for Citizen Centred Service. “Service Delivery Trend Outlook: The potential future of government customer service delivery.”
Galley, Andrew, Jennifer Gold, & Sunil Johal. (2013). Public service transformed: Harnessing the power of behavioural insights.

Mowat Centre for Policy Innovation, University of Toronto.  

Unit 4

Martin, David. (2006). Corporate Governance: Practical Guidance on Accountability Requirements.

Introduction and Chapter 1. This book must be accessed through AU Library and read through books 24/7.

Hohnen, Paul. (2007).  Corporate social responsibility: an implementation guide for business.

Preface and Part One. 

United Nations Global Compact. (2015). IMPACT: Transforming Business Changing the World.

Read pages 1-25.

Shell. Corporate Code of Conduct.
Crane, Andrew, Guido Palazzo, Laura J. Spence, Dirk Matten. (2014). “Contesting the Value of Creating Shared Value.”

California Management Review. 56(2): 130-149.

Unit 5

Cave, Joanne. (2016).  A Shifting Sector: Emerging Trends for Canada’s Nonprofits in 2016.

The Philanthropist.

Frumkin, Peter. (2009). Chapter 1, in On Being Nonprofit: A Conceptual and Policy Primer.
Gibson, S., MacLean, J., and Macklem, K. (2008). Executive Summary and Introduction,  Leadership solutions: building leadership in Toronto's nonprofit and voluntary sector.
Kerlin, Janelle. (2016). Foreword, in Social Enterprise.
McMurtry, J.J. and Brouard, F. (2015). Social Enterprises in Canada: An Introduction.

Canadian Journal of Nonprofit & Social Economy Research.  

Routhieaux, Robert L. (2015). Shared leadership and its implications for nonprofit leadership.

Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership. 5 (3).

Van Ymeren, Jamie and Lisa Lalande. (2015). Change work:Valuing decent work in the not-for-profit sector.

The Mowat Centre.

Unit 6

Grover, K. S., & Miller, M. T. (2013). Citizen Use of Self-Directed Learning Strategies: Differences between Leaders and Non-Leaders.

E Journal of Organizational Learning & Leadership, 11(1), 37-46.  

Morse, S. W. (2014). Preface and Chapter 1, Smart communities: how citizens and local leaders can use strategic thinking to build a brighter future.
Shiel, C., Leal Filho, W., do Paço, A., & Brandli, L. (2016). Evaluating the engagement of universities in capacity building for sustainable development in local communities.

Evaluation and Program Planning, 54: 123-134.

Coady International Institute. (2014). Citizens Organizing for Social Change.

St. Francis Xavier University.

Coady International Institute. (2014). Pathways and Levers for Systemic Change.
Scroll down to page 9 to start reading the above article.

Unit 7

Carver, J. (2013). “The Origins and Development of Policy Governance .”

An interview with John Carver by John Bohley and Caroline Oliver for Board Leadership.

Katz, D. A., & McIntosh, L. A. (2016). Gender diversity on boards: the future is almost here .

New York Law Journal

Board Source. (2005). The Source: Twelve Principles of Governance that power exceptional boards.


CBDC (Canadian Board Diversity Council). (2018) Annual Report Card: Advancing Diverse Leadership on Canada’s Corporate Boards
European Commission. (nd). Women on Boards, Fact Sheet 1: The Economic Arguments
European Commission. (2015) Women on Boards: Commission proposes 40% objective .
Alberta Human Services. (2013). Alberta's social policy framework.

Edmonton. Government of Alberta. P. 1-24.

Please click the "Alberta's Social Policy Framework" link on the accessed page to view the above reading.

Unit 8

Calvert Investments. (2021). The Calvert Women's Principles.
Giberson, T., and  Miklos, S. (2012). Developing Women Leaders.

TIP: The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 50(1), 115-118.

Klodawsky, Fran. (2014). Gender sits in place: the potential for municipalities to contribute to gender equality .

Canadian Diversity / Canadian Diversité, 11(3), 38-42.

Scott, Katherine. (2019). The Best and Worst Places to Be a Woman in Canada 2019: The Gender Gap in Canada’s 26 Biggest Cities.

Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Read pages 5-11 and 116-122, and three cities of your choice.

Barsh, Joanna and Susie Cranston. (2008) Centered Leadership: How Talented Women Survive.

McKinsey & Company.

UN Women. 2016. Gender Equality, a Governance Matter.

Unit 9

Biermann, F. (2014). The Anthropocene: A governance perspective.

The Anthropocene Review 2014, Vol. 1(1) 57–61

Canada. (2020). UN climate change conference.

Note: Also review the Paris Agreement (follow the link under "Related information").

Canada. (2021). Climate change.

Note: Website.

Future Earth. (2016). Future Earth 2025 Vision. 
Leach, A., Angela Adams, Stephanie Caims, Linda Coady, and Gordon Lambert. (2015). Climate Leadership: Report to Minister.

Edmonton: Government of Alberta.

Morgan, J. (2016). Paris COP 21: Power that Speaks the Truth?

Globalizations, 1-9.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). (2016). The Sustainable Development Goals.

Unit 10

Boiral, O., Baron, C., & Gunnlaugson, O. (2014). Environmental Leadership and Consciousness Development: A Case Study Among Canadian SMEs.

Journal of Business Ethics, 123(3), 363-383.

Boiral, O., Talbot, D., & Paille, P. (2015). Leading by Example: A Model of Organizational Citizenship Behavior for the Environment.

Business Strategy and The Environment, 24(6): 532-550. 

Gausset, Q., and Hoff, J. (2013). Citizen Driven Environmental Action.

Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies12(1), 2-3.

Hoff, J., and Strobel, B. W. (2013). A Municipal 'Climate Revolution'? The Shaping of Municipal Climate Change Policies.

Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies, 12(1), 3-14.

Roach, R., and Worbets, B. (2012). Keeping Pace: Improving Environmental Decision-Making in Canada.

Canada West Foundation.

Robertson, J. L., and Barling, J. (2013). Greening organizations through leaders' influence on employees' pro-environmental behaviors.

Journal of Organizational Behavior. 34(2): 176-194. 

Walls, J.L., Berrone, P., and Phan, P.H. (2012). Corporate governance and environmental performance: is there really a link?

Strategic Management Journal, 33(8), 885-913. 

Unit 11

Assembly of First Nations. (2016). Implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Kenny, C.,  and Fraser, T. N. (2012). Living indigenous leadership: native narratives on building strong communities.

Chapters 1-3

Canada. TRC. (2015). Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Volume One: Summary Honouring the Truth, Reconciling for the Future.

Review the 94 Calls to Action on pages 319-337

United Nations (2007). United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.