Conference Presentations

Academic Conference Papers/Presentations

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The first section of this link lists papers and formal research presentations I’ve made around the world at leading universities and academic events. The second section lists speeches and less formal discussions I’ve made to community groups such as Rotary Clubs, business groups, church organizations, education workshops, professional associations, and student/faculty events.

“The great end of life is not knowledge, but action.”  -Thomas Huxley

“Microfinance: Which Strategies Work?” Net Impact Conference, Columbia University, New York, NY, November 13, 2004.

“Business Leaders Building a Better World.” Net Impact Conference, Columbia University, New York, NY, November 13, 2004.

“Global Policy Toward Corruption: Angola’s Mislaid Billions.” Participant in faculty debate with professors from Columbia, Harvard, and Rutgers, National conference with MBAs from all over the nation, New York, NY, November 12, 2004.

“Economic Self-Reliance: Research on Microcredit Impacts.” BYU Center for Economic Self-Reliance Advisory Board Meeting, Marriott School, November 11, 2004.

“Tribal Entrepreneurship: Microfinance for Indian Self-Reliance.” International Academy for Management and Business Conference (IAMB), Las Vegas, NV, November 8-10, 2004.

“Knowledge as the Path to Socio-Economic Justice.” 12th Word Congress of Comparative Education, Havana, Cuba, October 24-30, 2004.

“Guatemala: A Case Study on Evaluating the Impact of Microfinance on Poverty Eradication.” International Statistics Association, Amann, Jordan, October 14-16, 2004.

“Traditional or Transformational Leadership?” UVSC Annual Leadership Conference, Utah Valley State College, Orem, UT, October 5, 2004.

“50,000 Malnourished Children: How Can We Help?” Theology and Intellectuals Symposium, Salt Lake City, August 14, 2004.

“Transition Tools for Growth of the Informal Economy in the New Russia.” Russian Delegation to the Open World Program/U.S. Congress, May 29, 2004.

“The Many Faces of Globalization.” World Trade Association, Salt Lake City, May 21, 2004.

“Alleviating Poverty Through Microfinance: Village Banking Outcomes in Central America.” Western Social Science Association, Salt Lake City, April 21-24, 2004.

“Building an Academic Network for Expanding Social Entrepreneurship.” Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University, Oxford, UK, March 29-31, 2004.

“Mobilizing Business Schools to Accelerate Global Microcredit.” Darden School faculty and students, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, March 22, 2004.

“Achieving Self Reliance Through Grassroots Microlending.” Society for the Advancement of Management Conference, Baltimore, MD, March 19-21, 2004.

“Constructing Civil Society: The Architecture of Social Entrepreneurship to Empower the Poor.” 7th Annual MicroEnterprise Conference, BYU, March 10-12, 2004.

“How Microentrepreneurship Strengthens Families in the Developing World.” World-wide scholars participating in the Families and Poverty Research Conference, BYU, March 11, 2004.

“The Power of One: Making a Difference in the World.” Keynote speaker at Eagle Condor Foundation inaugural dinner, Salt Lake City, February 20, 2004.

“Doing Good and Doing Well: Ethics and Business Values for a Better World.” MBA students and faculty, University of Bombay, Mumbai, India, January 20, 2004.

“Universities as Incubators of Social Action.” World Social Forum, Mumbai, India, January 18-22, 2004.

“Socio-Economic Results of Microfinance in Mexico and Ecuador.” Center for Economic Self-Reliance, BYU, Provo, Utah, January 9, 2004.

Microcredit and Environmental Sustainability: The Ethics of Corporate Social Responsibility. Presentation at Greening of Industry Network, San Francisco, CA, October 15, 2003.

Applying Third World Village Banking Methodologies to U.S. Urban Settings.  Presentation to Latino MicroBusiness Mentors, Marriott School, June 27, 2003.

The Ethics of Sweatshops, Multinational Corporations, and American Shoppers.  Presentation to BYU students, faculty and general public, Provo, UT, November 13, 2003.

Scaling Up:  A Five Year Plan for Mentores Empresariales.  Presentation to staff of NGO Mentores Empresariales, Guatemala City, August 5, 2003.

Ten Million African AIDS Orphans: What Would Jesus Have Us Do?  Panelist at a religious studies conference, Salt Lake City, UT, August 2003.

Social Responsibilities/Opportunities for Firms to Do Good.  Presentation to Central American Corporate Executives, Guatemala City, July 21, 2003.

Local Development through Microfinance Tools in Central America.  Presentation at International Conference of Society for the Advancement of Socio Economics, Aix-en-Provence, France, June 26-28, 2003 (with S. Hiatt).

Microentrepreneurship Impacts in East Africa.  Presentation at International Council for Small Business Conference (ICSB), Belfast, Northern Ireland, June 15-18, 2003 (with S. Hiatt).

Third Sector Tools for Strengthening Civil Society.  Presentation at London School of Economics, London, England, June 10, 2003.

LDS Praxis: Integrating Gospel Teachings with Social Actions.  Presentation at conference on Mormon studies, Washington, D.C., May 3, 2003.

Empowering Brazil—Empowering College Students.  Presentation to Utah Valley State College students and faculty, Orem, Utah, April 17, 2003.

Establishing a Global Clearinghouse for Research and Jobs in the Microfinance Industry.  Roundtable discussion with officials from the Master of Public Administration, Harvard Leadership Series, Center for International Development, and Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 10, 2003.

The Role of Rising Academics in Microenterprise.  Presentation to faculty and students of various Harvard programs, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 10, 2003.

Socio Economic Results of Microfinance in Mexico and Ecuador.  Presentation at Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters Conference, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, April 2003 (with S. Hiatt).

Mobilizing OD Consultants to Empower the Poor.  Presentation at MOB Annual Practitioners Conference, Provo, Utah, March 27, 2003.

NGO Strategies for Organizational Development.  Presentation at 6th Annual MicroEnterprise Conference, BYU, Provo, Utah, March 11-13, 2003 (with J. Boehme and N. Smallwood).

Another Economy is Possible.  Presentation at the World Social Forum, Porto Alegre, Brazil, January 24, 2003.

Making a Difference: LDS Endeavors to Build a Better World. Presentation at Management Society, Sacramento, California. December 10, 2002.

Utilizing Third World Microfinance in U.S. Inner-City Contexts.  Presentation to Utah Chamber of Commerce and Utah Valley Bankers, Provo, Utah, December 5, 2002.

Mobilizing Social Action Groups to Advocate Microfinance Funding from Governments  Presentation at the Microcredit Summit +5, New York, NY, November 12, 2002 (with J.Hatch, A. Counts and J. Carter).

Universities and Microcredit: Methods for Making Business Schools into Incubators to Fight Poverty.    Presentation at the Microcredit Summit +5, New York, NY, November 13, 2002 (with N. Hill and G. Woller).

How LDS Families are Changing the World. Presentation to the BYU Alumni Association, Oakland California, October 25, 2002.

Using OD to Build Long-term Sustainability.  Presentation at Socio-Technical Systems Workshop, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 8-10, 2002.

Building a Third World Alliance: Solidarity Between North/South Partners. Presentation at NGO Network, San Salvador, El Salvador, July 23-26, 2002.

Trickle-Up Microentrepreneurship: Microenterprise Creation in Poor Communities. Presentation at the International Council for Small Business Conference (ICSB), San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 15-16, 2002.

Teaching as Congruence: Inner Passion with Global Strategies to Change the World.  Presentation at OB Teaching Conference, Orange, California, June 19-21, 2002.

Mobilizing Change Agents to Empower Have-Nots: Using OD in the Trenches.  Presentation for to

(Squared) E: the other organizational event, David M. Kennedy Center, BYU, Provo, Utah, April 4-5, 2002.

Linking U.S. Based NGOs into a National Network for Lifting the Global Poor.  Presentation to Action Against Poverty, Thanksgiving Point, Lehi, Utah, April 13, 2002.

Facing the Challenges of Family Poverty.  Presentation at the 5th Annual MicroEnterprise Conference,

BYU, Provo, Utah, March 15-16, 2002.

The Seven Deadly Sins of Globalization.  Presentation at the World Social Forum, Porto Alegre, Brazil,

February 15-18, 2002.

Microenterprise Management Skills.  Presentation at the American Society of Business and Behavioral

Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 8-10, 2002.

Building a Movement for Uplifting Poor Families.  Presentation for Utah Network of NGOs, Orem, Utah,

January 16, 2002.

Is Academic Social Entrepreneurship an Oxymoron?  Presentation at the National Gathering of Social Entrepreneurs, Seattle, Washington, November 28 – December 1, 2001.

Women and Microcredit.  Presentation to the College of Business and Technology Research Services, Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois, October 19, 2001.

Internationalizing Student Outreach and Service Learning.  Workshop for campus staff, faculty and administrators.  Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois, October 18, 2001.

World Trade and the Poor.  Presentation to MBA students, WIU, Macomb, Illinois, October 18, 2001.

The Socio-Economics of Mormons.  Paper read to the Department of Economics faculty and doctoral students, Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois, October 17, 2001.

Practical Steps to Building Microcredit NGOs.  Speech to the Latin American Microcredit Summit, Puebla, Mexico, October 12, 2001 (with Muhammad Yunus).

Accomplishing BYU’s Educational Institution Plan (1997-2001).  Paper read at the Latin American Microcredit Summit, Puebla, Mexico, October 11, 2001.

How to Facilitate Global Change Efforts.  Presentation to the New York Metropolitan Professional Association, New York City, September 22, 2001.

The Social Responsibility of Business.  Presentation to the Business Department, Salt Lake Community College, September 17, 2001.

Business School Innovations to Combat Global Poverty.  “Showcase” paper at the Academy of Management, Washington, D.C., August 3-7, 2001.

Microentrepreneurship as a Tool for Job Creation.  Presentation to Central Santa Catarina Chamber of Commerce, Brazil, June 29, 2001.

How to Establish an Incubator for Launching New Enterprises.  Workshop for Engineers and Executives, Center for Business and Technology, Criciuma, Brazil, June 29, 2001.

U.S. Models of Regional Economic Growth: The Utah Experience.  Speech to Executive MBA Start-Up Class, State University of Santa Catarina, Brazil, June 28, 2001.

The Promise of Microfinance.  Speech at the Inauguration of Credisol, a new bank for the poor.  Tubarao, Brazil, June 26, 2001.

Income-Generating Experiences from Africa and Asia.  Speech to Administracao Na Faculdade Estacio de Sa de Santa Catarina, Brazil, June 25, 2001.

Government and Public Entrepreneurship.  Presentation to Mayors, Legislators and Regional Public Servants.  Cascacao, Brazil, June 21, 2001.

Building Capacity Among the Poor.  Presentation to bankers and business leaders.  Criciuma, Brazil, June 20, 2001.

Job Creation Through the Strategy of Microenterprise.  Presentation to the Chamber of Commerce, Florianopolis, Brazil, July 19, 2001.

Village Banking Tools.  Speech to the Management Sciences Research Institute, Florianopolis, Brazil, June 19, 2001.

Microentrepreneurship and Service Learning.  Presentation to MBAs at the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil, June 18, 2001.

The Potential of Microcredit to Improve Brazil.  Speech to the Governor and Legislature of Santa Catarina, Brazil, June 18, 2001.

How Business Entrepreneurs May Become Social Entrepreneurs.  Workshop for Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum, Provo, Utah, May 10, 2001.

Business Ethics and its Power to Change the World.  Guest speaker at the Executive Lecture Series, Utah Valley State College, Orem, Utah, April 12, 2001.

Gender Issues in Microcredit.  Presentation at the 4th Annual Microenterprise Conference, BYU, April 6-7, 2001 (with Lisa Jones).

Creating a Global Wholesale Fund to Economically Empower the Poor.  Theme of a week-long symposium at the Grameen Bank Headquarters, Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 8-12, 2001.

Microfinance as a Tool for Capacity Building. Day-long training program for officials of government, academic, and communist organizations, along with peasant womens’ groups in Sichuan Province of Western China, December 18, 2000.

Education: The Path to a Better Future.  Presentation to over a thousand faculty, students and government officials, and Yi minority people in Mianning County, China, December 16, 2000.

Strategic Initiatives for Empowering Third World Women. Speech to poverty alleviation officials, Yunnan Province. Kunming, China, December 14, 2000.

Communism vs. Capitalism: Microcredit as a Third Alternative.  Presentation to the Womens’ Federation of Guangxi Province. Nanning City, China, December 11, 2000.

Transforming Poor Societies Around the Globe. Presentation to expatriate managers, Paris, France, November 12, 2000.

OD Among the Poor. Paper read at the Organization Development Network (ODN), Atlanta, Georgia, October 29-November 2, 2000.

Mindsets for Changing the World.  Speech at the Symposium on Service and Learning, Utah Valley State College, Orem, Utah, October 24, 2000.  Also served as a panelist on “Religious, Ethical and Other Motivations for Service.”

The Plight and Pathos of Poor Latter-day Saints. Keynote speaker at the Unitus Economic Summit, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 10, 2000.

Chasqui Humanitarian: Efforts and Strategies to Lift those in Need. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Conference of the International Society, David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, Provo, Utah, August 14, 2000.

Combating Socio-Economic Injustice Through Cooperative Microcredit Strategies. Paper read at the annual conference for the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, London School of Economics, London, UK: July 2000.

Alleviating Human Suffering Through Cooperative Microenterprise Formation and Access to Financing for the Poor. Paper presented at the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Beijing, China, July 26, 2000.

Empowering Women Through Microcredit: Integrating Anthropology and Economics. Paper for the 2000 Inter-Congress on Metropolitan Ethnic Cultures, Beijing, China (with L. Jones), July 25, 2000.

Improving the World, One Family at a Time. Presentation to the Visayas Enterprise Foundation (VEF), Cebu, the Philippines, July 22, 2000.

How Mormon Entrepreneurs Can Change the World. Graduation speaker at commencement ceremonies of the Academy for Creating Enterprise (ACE), Cebu, the Philippines, July 21, 2000.

The Global Context for Doing Village Banking.  Presentation to Philippines Enterprise Development Foundation (PEDF), Manila, the Philippines, July 20, 2000.

Indigenous Economic Development: Global Methods to Lift Those who Suffer. Speech to Latin American Welfare Officials, Ollantaytambo, Peru, June 10, 2000.

Building Strong NGOs: From the Outside In. Workshop conducted at the Association for Economic Opportunity. Lowell, MA: May 11-14, 2000.

Social Development as Village Development: Strategies for Grassroots Change in Africa. Paper read at the 42nd Annual Conference of the Western Social Sciences Association, Sociology Section. San Diego, CA, April 28, 2000.

Microcredit in Asia: Assessing the Economic Results of Microfinance and Microentrepreneurship.  Paper read at the International Finance Section, Western Social Sciences Association, San Diego, CA, April 27, 2000.

Applying Social Science in Behalf of the Third World Poor: New Programs for Development (with S. Morris). Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, UT: April 14, 2000.

Living Faith, Leading Change: Integrating Spirit and Work.  Presentation at the Third Annual Business and Spirit Conference. Babson College, Wellesley, MA: March 22-24, 2000.

Putting Socio-Economic Doctrines into Practice: The Humanitarian Legacy of President Joseph F. Smith. Paper read at Annual Church History Conference, BYU, March 18, 2000.

Microcredit as a Tool for Disaster Relief: The HELP Honduras Story.  Presentation at the 3rd Annual Microenterprise Conference, BYU, March 17, 2000.

The Spiritual Meaning of Laboring in Poor African Villages. Remarks in Bamako, West Africa, December 29, 1999.

Developing Environs of Empowerment.  Presentation to participants in LDS humanitarian ventures. Salt Lake City, Utah, October 4, 1999.

Home-Based Businesses: A Model for the New Millennium.  Keynote speaker at the Utah State Small Business Development Center’s Annual Conference, September 29, 1999.

Learning in the Field: Using Entrepreneurial Skills to Help Others.  Presenter at the Entrepreneurship Conference, Marriott School. Center for Entrepreneurship, BYU, September 24, 1999.

The Struggle to Integrate Solutions to Poverty.  Comments at the Annual Meeting, Credit with Education Learning Exchange.  This event is held once a year in various areas of the world.  It brings together a mixture of some 60 NGO officials from Asia, Africa, and Latin America that collectively loan some $120 million to over two million have-nots, July 25-29, 1999.

Modern Mormon Pioneers: Celebration of July 24th Pioneer Day in East Africa.  Keynote speech to the 120 members of the PRINCE Cooperative, Nairobi, Kenya, July 24, 1999.

International Service and Learning: A Model for Social Change.  Presentation at a campus-wide faculty forum, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, July 12, 1999.

Challenges of Global Aid: Solution or Disaster? Remarks at a community awareness program, Springville Art Museum, June 16, 1999.

The Christian’s Response to Human Suffering. St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Provo, Utah, June 9, 1999.

Village Banking Methods: Tools for Lifting the Poor. Presentation to NGO representatives in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, May 14, 1999.

Uplifting “the Least” of the Developing World. Presentation at a symposium, Utah Valley State College, Orem, Utah, April 9, 1999.

Social Justice Through Poverty Alleviation. Presentation at Utah Valley State College, April 9, 1999, 300 attendees.

Building a Community of Mormon Charitable Organizations. Opening remarks at the First International Development Network (IDN) meeting, April 1, 1999.

Humanitarian Outreach to the World’s Poor and Needy. Speech at Salt Lake City’s premier charity event for 800 Utahns at Little America Hotel, March 30, 1999.

Small Banking Strategies for the Third World in the New Millennium.  Paper presented at the Society for Advancement of Management International Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 28-30, 1999.

How to Start Your Own Village Bank. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Microenterprise Conference, Brigham Young University, March 27, 1999.

Global NGOs and the Future of Microcredit. Chair and Panelist, the 2nd Annual Microenterprise Conference, Brigham Young University, March 26, 1999.

Restoring Gospel Socio-Economic Principles in East Africa.  Presentation to LDS East African Leaders, Nairobi, Kenya, February 13, 1999.

Village Banking as the Path to National Development. Speech at the General Assembly of La Caisse Villageouise Jkseme.  With co-presenter Alpha Konare, President of the Republic of Mali, West Africa, January 2, 1999.

The Mormon View of Business and Economics: Integrating the Spiritual and Temporal.  Presentation at the International Conference on Business and Consciousness, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, November 7-14, 1998.

Working Toward Zion in the 21st Century. Paper presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, November 6-9, 1998.

Combating Poverty Through OD in the Trenches: Strategies for the Third World. Paper presented at the 18th OD World Congress, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, July 14-17, 1998.

Indicators for NGO Quality Assessment and Impact Evaluation. Workshop Leader, Credit with Education-Freedom from Hunger Symposium, Newark, NJ: June 28-30, 1998.

Strategic Planning for 100 Million of the World’s Poorest Families: An Institutional Action Plan. Microcredit Summit of Councils, New York City, June 25-27, 1998 (with Gary Woller).

E4 Organizations. Keynote presentation to the American Society for Quality, 5th Annual Conference, Boise, Idaho, May 20-22, 1998.

The International Feminization of Poverty. Paper presented at a University of Utah Symposium on Women and Poverty, Salt Lake City, April 9, 1998.

How to Work Toward Zion. Presentation at Utah Valley Business Roundtable, Provo, January 18, 1998.

New Paradigm Thinking About Values, Spirit, and Management. Presentation at the Third Annual Conference on Business and Spirituality, Puerto Vallerta, Mexico, November 12-14, 1997.

Doing Business in the Philippines. Presentation to Korean managers of Ton Yang Group, Inc. on Globalization Strategies. Also conducted workshop on Employee Empowerment, November 3-23, 1997.

Self-Reliance and Temporal Well-being: Indigenous Latter-day Saints in the Isles of the Pacific. Paper read at a conference, “Pioneering in the Pacific,” Laie, Hawaii, October 7-11, 1997.

OD as Third World Development: Microenterprise and Poverty Lending for the Poor. Paper presented at the International Association of Management, Montreal, Canada, August 9, 1997.

Organizational Praxis: Integrating Theory and Hands-On Experience. Paper presented at the Association of Management, Montreal, Canada, August 6, 1997.

Teach a Woman to Fish and You Feed a Whole Village.  Presentation to Mentores Empresariales, Guatemala City, Guatemala, May 20, 1997.

The New Mexican Revolution: Bringing the Marginalized, Indigenous Poor into the Economy of Mexico. Presentation to Fundacion Dignidad, Mexico City, Mexico, May 15, 1997.

Development from the Bottom Up: A Tough Love Approach Rather than Top Down Charity.  Comments at the World Microcredit Summit, Africa Section. Washington, D.C., February 2-4, 1997.

U.S. Labor History and Industrial Relations Today. Workshop for Korean executives from Hyundai Heavy Industries Group, November 15, 1996.

Managing Effective Accounting Teams.  Presentation at Deloitte Touche Academic Conference, Colorado Springs, CO: August 2-3, 1996.

High Performance/High Commitment Firms.  Seminar for 18 Korean executives of Lucky Goldstar Corp., July 15-18, 1996.

New Values and Organizations for the 21st Century: Examples from the United Order. Presentation to the Marriott School Annual Management Conference, June 20, 1996 (with James W. Lucas).

Labor Ownership of Capital: The Road Ahead. Presentation to the worker boards of directors, The Mondragon Cooperative Corporation, Mondragon, Spain, May 25, 1996.

The Workers’ Cooperative Movement in the 21st Century.  Paper read at CIRIEC Conference at Lisbon, Portugal, May 20-22, 1996.

New Organizational Assumptions and Values for Global Restructuring. Presentation at the World Business Academy Conference, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, May 2-5, 1996.

Microcredit for the Poor: Job Creation, Not Charity. Panelist at International Symposium on Third World Development, Michigan Law and Development Society, University of Michigan School of Law, Ann Arbor, MI: March 15-17, 1996 (panel with Muhammad Yunus, President of Grameen Bank, Sam Daley-Harris, Founder & CEO, Results International).

De-elitizing the Technical Advisors: Creating North/South Partnerships with the Poor.  Presentation at NGO Development Symposium, The United Nations, New York City, February 16, 1996.

Grassroots Development Tactics and Village Sustainability.  Presentation to Peace Corps, government officials and NGO professionals, Mali, West Africa, December 18, 1995.

Business and Transforming the Global Agenda.  Presentation at the First International Conference on Spirituality and Blessings, Mazatlan, Mexico, November 11-18, 1995.

Transition Strategies for Privatization. Presentation to state-owned enterprises in Minsk, Belarus, August 3, 1995.

Small Business Challenges in Post-Communist Society.  Speech to entrepreneurs and new capitalists, Moscow, Russia, July 31, 1995.

Indigenous Management: Microenterprise in the Philippines. Paper read at Western Social Sciences Association (Economics Section), Oakland, CA: April 26-30, 1995.

Neither Capitalism Nor Socialism: Mormon Pioneer Values as a Third Alternative. Paper read at Western Social Sciences Association (History Section).  Oakland, CA: April 26-30, 1995.

Economic Challenges in Latin America. Speech at Latin American Business Strategies Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 4, 1995.

Conscience and Community: Steel Industry Ethics. Paper read at the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Crystal City, Virginia, March 2-5, 1995.

Competition vs. Caring: Toward the Soul of a Business.  Paper read at the 6th National Conference on Ethics in America.  Long Beach, CA: February 22-24, 1995.

The Politics of Reform in Latin America: The Critical Role of NGOs in Development.  Presentation at International Conference on Third World Development, Antigua, Guatemala, November 14-15, 1994.

Managing Change.  Presentation to the Leadership Academy for Utah College Administrators, University of Utah campus, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 11, 1994.

The Industrial Revolution and the Rise of Mormonism: Economic Compatibilities and Contrasts.  Paper read at the Mormon History Association’s 29th Annual Meeting, Park City, Utah, May 19-22, 1994.

Organizational Values, Systems and Structures:  Roots of the Early Mormon Economy.  Paper presented at the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, May 13, 1994.

Micro Entrepreneurship: Third World Small Business Strategies.  Presentation to the Entrepreneur/Corporate Founders Conference, Provo, Utah, April 1, 1994.

Organizational Innovation and Transformation.  Presentation to Chilean business executives and public-sector managers, Santiago, Chile, March 3, 1994.

From the Informal Economy to a Cooperative Business Sector:  Tactics for Change.  Paper read at conference of NGOs, PVOs and development agencies, Organization of the American States (OAS), Santiago, Chile, February 28, 1994.

Grassroots Tools for Empowering the Poor: Village Banking Models.  Speech to Mindanao City Council, bankers and entrepreneurs.  Davao, the Philippines, January 20, 1994.

Alternative Paradigms for Third World Development: Participatory Strategies for Economic Change.  Presentation to Visayas Enterprise Foundation, Cebu City, the Philippines, January 19, 1994.

From the Informal Economy to Producer Cooperatives:  The San Miguel Case.  Presentation to non-profit groups, educators, and policy-makers, Manila, the Philippines, January 17, 1994.

Empowerment Strategies for Organizational Restructuring: U.S. and International Cases.  Presentation to National Conference on Organizational Behavior, October 20-22, 1993.

Strategies for Organizational Perestroika.  Presentation at the National Conference on Corporate Redesign.  Washington, D.C., June 16-18, 1993.

Strengthening the Informal Economy.  Presentation at the University of the West Indies.  Kingston, Jamaica, April 30, 1993.

Terra Incognita:  From Command Economy to Economic Democracy in the CIS.  Paper read at the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, New York City, March 26-28, 1993.

Reforming the World.  Keynote speaker at BYU Association of Women.  January 23, 1993.

New Economic Imperatives.  Speech at Humbolt University, Berlin, Germany, November 29, 1992.

Privatization and Entrepreneurship Methods.  Presentation to Solidarnosc Trade Union Officials, Gdansk, Poland, November 20, 1992.

Eastern European Alternatives for Privatization and Organizational Restructuring.  International Conference, Warsaw, Poland, October 23-24, 1992.

New Mormon Experiments Toward Zion:  Varieties of the Old World Order. Paper read at the National Communal Studies Association.  Nauvoo, Illinois, October 14-16, 1992.

Grassroots Development in the Philippines Context.  Presentation to the International Joint Action Council, Salt Lake City, Utah, October, 1992.

Privatization Tactics Through Worker Buyouts.  International Business School, Warsaw, Poland, July 19-20, 1992.

Strategies for National Reconstruction:  OD and Organizational Economics.  12th OD World Congress, Palanga, Lithuania, July 14-18, 1992.

Organizational Change Interventions, Team Building, and Socio-Technical Innovations in Organizational Behavior. Workshop at Vilnius University, Lithuania, July 12, 1992.

Privatization Strategies and the Process of Democratization. Karl Marx Economics University, Minsk, Belarussia, July 6-7, 1992.

The Redesign of Education:  New Paradigms and Practices.  Paper read at the Approaching a School in Zion Symposium, College of Education, BYU, March 19-20, 1992.

Latin America’s Informal Economy.  Presentation to Management Society, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Dec. 12, 1991.

Organizational Transformation:  Managerial Trends toward the Year 2000.  Speech to Brazilian bankers and executives, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 11, 1991.

Economic Democracy in the Next Millennium:  Utopia, Fantasy or Mere Impossibility?  Society for Utopian Studies, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 7-9, 1991.

Development of OB/HR Professionals.  Presentation at OD Network Annual Conference,  Long Beach, California, October 28-29, 1991.

A New Framework For Industrial Relations:  From Confrontation to Reconciliation.  European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS), Vienna, Austria, July 15-17, 1991.

Industrial Praxis:  The Micro Organization.  Presentation at the 10th Annual Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington.  June 26-29, 1991.

A Trickle Up Theory of Economic Development:  The Mondragon System of Spain.  Department of Economics Seminar for Faculty and Doctoral Students, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, May 16, 1991.

Democracy and Justice:  Independence and Economic Reform in Eastern Europe.  Helsinki School of Economics, Finland, May 10, 1991.

Workers’ Participation in Corporate Governance:  EC ’92 Implications.  Presentation at Quality of Working Life Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, May 8-9, 1991.

Linking Technology and Entrepreneurship.  Paper presented at the International Conference on Technology and Education, Toronto, Canada, May 3 (with Chris Meek).

Meta Economics:  Toward a Theory of Equality and Empowerment.  American University, Washington, D.C.  April 20, 1991.

Between Communism and Capitalism:  Options for the USSR.  Tenth International Conference on ESOPs.  Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 7, 1991.

Capitalism With A Human Face:  Social Responsibility in the Steel Industry.  Paper read at the International Association of Business and Society, March 22-24, 1991.

The Underground Economy of the Third World.  Presentation at conference on economic development, Manila, Philippines, December 8-9, 1990.

Privatization and Economic Reform.  Presentation to the Ministry of Labor of the USSR, Moscow, August 29, 1990.

Proactive Alternatives to Plant Shutdowns.  U.S. Department of Labor Conference on Economic Dislocation.  Denver, Colorado, February 21, 1990.

Third World Strategies Toward Zion.  Pacific Communal Studies Association, Provo, Utah, May 4-5, 1990.

The New Global Marketplace.  International Business Seminars presented in Denver, Colorado, and Dallas, Texas, April 1990.

Self Employment Enterprise in the Philippines.  LDS Church Headquarters presentation, November 15, 1990.

Mormons and Wealth:  Dancing the Lambada with Babylon.  Paper read at Sunstone Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 22-25, 1990.

Frontier Development Strategies:  Maquiladora or the Grassroots?  United Nations Conference on Population and Development.  Ciudad Juarez/El Paso, December 1-2, 1989.

Teaching the Social Responsibility of Business.  Kemper Foundation Ethics Conference, BYU, November 2-3, 1989.

Communal Economics:  Rural and Urban.  Sixteenth Annual Historic Communal Societies Conference, Yankton, South Dakota, October 5-7, 1989.

Anticipatory Organizational Socialization (and) Employee Ownership (with Joseph Vittoria, CEO, Avis Co.).  Two papers presented at the National Academy of Management, Washington, D.C., August 14-16, 1989.

Crooks, Con-Artists, and Crackpots:  Business (Un)Ethics.  Sunstone Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 24, 1989.

Labor Involvement in Corporate Strategy:  U.S. Co-determination.  European Group for Organizational Studies, Berlin, West Germany, July 11-14, 1989.

Government Policies and Economic Dislocation.  U.S. Department of Labor Conference, Helena, Montana, March 15-16, 1989.

Expanding and Enlarging Graduate Business Education. Speech at Marriott School Outstanding Faculty

Banquet, BYU, March, 1989.

Problems and Potential of Developing the Underground Economy.  Seminar presentation in Manila, the Philippines, January 19, 1989.

Ideology and Practice:  The Basque Cooperative Community.  Paper presented at the International Communal Studies Association, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 18-21, 1988.

Making America Competitive.  Paper presented at the Pacific Forum, School of Business Administration, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 22, 1988.

Cooperatives and the Social Economy.  Comments at the 2nd World Basque Congress, Bilbao, Spain, October 19-24, 1987.

Saving Jobs Through Employee Ownership.  Paper at the 6th National Conference on Employee Ownership and Participation, Los Angeles, CA: March 26-28, 1987.

Asian Industrial Relations:  From Organizational Bureaucracy to Organizational Democracy.  1st Asian Congress of Industrial Relations, Singapore, February 9-11, 1987.

A Suit and a Briefcase:  Children’s Images of Managers.  Presentation at the Academy of Management, Chicago, Illinois, August 13-16, 1986.

Foreign Trade and Industrial Disintegration.  Panelist at “Save American Industry and Jobs Day,” a nationwide campaign, Orem, Utah, June 21, 1986 (with Senator Orrin Hatch and Senator Jake Garn).

Communities in Crisis.  Presentation at Congressional hearings on industrial policy for the steel industry, Washington, D.C., June 17, 1986.

Cultural Chic:  Corporate Paternalism’s `New Look’.  Paper read at the Utah Academy of Arts, Sciences and Letters, Cedar City, Utah, May 2, 1986 (with Rob Page).

Fugitive Industry:  Plant Closings and Women Workers.  Paper read at Women’s Studies section, Western Social Sciences Association, Reno, Nevada, April 25, 1986.

Social Science in Non-White Cultures:  The Politics of Change.  Chaired symposium and made a presentation, A Participatory Approach to Organization Building in Mexico:  Grassroots Empowerment.  Western Social Science Association, Reno, Nevada, April 24, 1986.

Brave New Workplace.  Outstanding Teacher of the Year, College Showcase speech to graduating students at Brigham Young University, April 17, 1986.

Two Faces of the Economy.  Keynote speech at the Utah Federation of Democratic Women’s Convention, Salt Lake City, April 12, 1986.

Gagging on the Truth:  Ethics and Profits at U.S. Steel.  Speech at the University of Utah, February 18, 1986.

Plant Closings and Labor’s Strategic Options.  Speech at Utah State AFL-CIO Executive Council, Salt Lake City, November 26, 1985.

Challenges Facing Unions:  The Next Decade.  Speech at the U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C., October 31, 1985.

Managing Into Oblivion:  Crises in the Steel Industry.  Academy of Management Meetings, San Diego, California, August 11, 1985.

Mormon Megatrends.  Panelist at Sunstone Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 23, 1985.

Difficulties in Attempting to Launch Self-Managed Firms in the United States.  Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on the Economics of Self-Management, Liege, Belgium, July 15-17, 1985.

Consulting for 2nd Order Change.  Paper read at Research Committee 10 of the International Sociological Association, Osnabruck, West Germany, July 5-9, 1985.

Crisis in the Steel Industry.  Discussant at meetings of the U.S. Department of Labor and the United Steelworkers of America, Houston, Texas, June 7-8, 1985.

Worker Participation in Employee‑Owned Companies.  Fourth Annual Conference on Employee Ownership, San Francisco, California, April 25‑27, 1985.

Overthrowing Victorian Psychology.  Western Psychological Association, San Jose, California, April 20‑21, 1985.

In the Boardroom‑‑Common Themes Emerging from Labor’s Involvement in Stock Ownership and Corporate Governance.  Industrial Relations Research Association, Detroit, Michigan, April 17‑19, 1985.

Eliminating Elitism in OD Practice.  Paper at plenary session of the 4th International Congress on OD, Oaxtepec, Mexico, March 5‑8, 1985.

Berkeley Conference on Industrial Relations.  Discussant at plenary session, University of California, Berkeley, California, February 22‑23, 1985.

Shared Governance in Corporate America.  Speech co‑sponsored by the Sidney Harman Lecture Series and Program on Technology and Public Policy.  Harvard University, Cambridge, Massa­chusetts, December 6, 1984.

A Progressive Agenda for Labor in the 1980s.  Speech at the United Auto Workers’ Eastern Conference.  Atlantic City, New Jersey, December 5, 1984.

Problems and Complexities With Implementing Participation in the Employee‑Owned Firm.  Paper read at the National Employee Owner­ship and Participation Conference for Educators.  Greensboro, North Carolina, October 12‑14, 1984 (with Chris Meek).

Worker Directors and Corporate Governance.  Organized and chaired symposium at the National Academy of Management annual meeting.  Also presented papers at other sessions entitled, “Consulting With a Union Perspective” and “Demo­cratizing the Economy Through Worker Ownership.”  Boston, Massachusetts, August 12‑15, 1984.

The Relevance of Contemporary Economic Democracy Strategies to Early Mormonism.  Presentation at the 6th Annual Sunstone Theological Symposium.  Salt Lake City, Utah, August 23‑25, 1984.

Employee Ownership:  A Critique.  Speech at the Dardon Business School, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, April 26, 1984.

Participatory Research and Economic Democracy in the ’80s:  Experience from the U.S. Paper read at the CIRCOM 4th Interna­tional Symposium, Afro‑Asian Institute, Tel Aviv, Israel, April 8‑12, 1984.

Ejido Collective Movements in Latin America.  Panelist at the Histadrut Workers’ College, Tel Aviv, Israel, April 9, 1984.

Coping with Unemployment and Dislocated Workers Through Employee Buyouts.  Presentation to the National Conference of State Legislatures, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 23‑24, 1984.

From Absentee Ownership to Worker‑Owned Firms.  Paper read at the Eastern Sociological Association, Boston, Massachusetts, March 18‑20, 1984 (with Chris Meek, Boston College).

Collective Bargaining and U.S. Industrial Democracy.  Paper read at an international workshop, Future Perspectives of Economic and Industrial Democracy, Yugoslavia Center for Theory and Practice of Self‑Management, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, October 5-8, 1983.

Cooperative Movements in the United States:  The Third Stage.  Paper read at the II World Conference on Industrial Cooper­atives, Warsaw, Poland, October 3, 1983.

Evidence on Worker Buyouts.  Presentation at the Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michi­gan, November 28, 1983.

Approaches to Democratic Management.  Workshop conducted at the annual meeting of North American Students of Cooperation (NASCO), Ann Arbor, Michigan, November 11‑13, 1983.

Worker Cooperatives and Community Empowerment.  Presentation at Community Services Conference, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, September 16‑18, 1983.

Industrial Psychology and the Labor Movement:  New Modes of Collaboration.  Presentation at the Rocky Mountain Psycho­logical Association, Snowbird, Utah, April 27‑30, 1983.

Learning from Failures in Workers’ Participation.  Organizer and speaker at annual conference of the Association for Work­place Democracy, Denver, Colorado, April 8‑9, 1983.

Beyond Quality Circles: Quality of Working Life Frameworks.  Conducted symposium and read a paper at the Western Academy of Management, Santa Barbara, California, March 24‑26, 1983.

Bargaining for Power:  Labor Demands in Times of Economic Crisis.  Paper read at the Industrial Relations Research Associa­tion.  Honolulu, Hawaii, March 16‑18, 1983.

Collective Bargaining:  Concessions or Control?  Paper presented at the Allied Social Sciences Association, New York City, December 28‑30, 1982.

Systems of Organizational Governance and Work Redesign.  Presen­tation at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, November 1, 1982.

The Future of Employee Ownership and Labor/Management Coopera­tion.  Panelist at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, October 28‑29, 1982.

Absentee Ownership and Organizational Renewal.  Paper presented at Colloquium on Community Research, Society for the Study of Social Problems, San Francisco, California, September 6, 1982.

Trends Toward Economic Fascism.  Paper read at the American Political Science Association, Denver, Colorado, September 5, 1982.

Worker Takeover of a General Motors Plant:  Toward A Robin Hood Theory of Change.  Presented paper and served as rapporteur at the Third International Conference of the International Associa­tion for the Economics of Self‑Management, College of the Third World, Mexico City, August 23‑25, 1982.

Collective Power and Liberation of Work.  Paper presented at the Tenth World Congress, International Sociological Associa­tion, Mexico City, August 16‑20, 1982.

Industrial Decline and the Rise of Employee Ownership.  Academy of Management, New York City, August 16, 1982 (with Chris Meek, Boston College).

Worker Ownership:  An Expanding Alternative in the Global Village.  Paper read at the Society for International Develop­ment, Baltimore, Maryland, July 18‑22, 1982.

The Empowerment of Labor.  Speech to the United Auto Workers, Clark, New Jersey, June 13, 1982.

Socio‑Economic Transformation Through the Rise of Peoples’ Enterprises.  Paper read at the Caribbean Studies Associa­tion, Kingston, Jamaica, May 26‑29, 1982.

Resisting Economic Concentration Through Worker Insurrection.  Paper read at the annual meeting of the Western Social Science Association (Economics Section), Denver, Colorado, April 23, 1982.

Ownership and Democratization of the Workplace.  Presentation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard Univer­sity, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 17, 1982.

Rath Packing Company:  Participative Management in a Worker‑Owned Firm.  Speech to the U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C., April 15, 1982.

Toward a Participatory Sociology:  A Case of Workers’ Control in Industry.  Paper presented at the Midwest Sociological Society, Des Moines, Iowa, April 7‑9, 1982.

Participation and Power in the Employee‑Owned Firm.  Read paper and chaired symposium organized for the Western Academy of Management, Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 1‑3, 1982.

The Union Role in Employee Ownership.  Presentation at a confer­ence on jobs and unemployment for the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 12‑13, 1982.

Worker Ownership of Business:  Strategies and Examples.  Organi­zer and chair of panel at the International Conference on Economic Dislocation, Los Angeles, California, November 6‑7, 1981.

Attitudinal Dispositions Toward Technology and Religiosity.  Paper read at the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, Baltimore, Maryland, October, 29‑30, 1981.

North American Cases of Employee Ownership:  Experiences and Problems.  Panelist at conference sponsored by the Inter­national Council for the Quality of Working Life, Toronto, Canada, August 31‑September 3, 1981.

The Law of Consecration:  Toward a Theology of Participation and Economic Justice.  Paper read at the Sunstone Theological Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 28, 1981 (with J.H. Stod­dard).

A Case of Worker Ownership, Participation and Control.  Paper presented at the American Sociological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 24‑27, 1981.

Labor Issues in Communist and Socialist Nations.  Organizer and Chair of thematic session at the Society for the Study of Social Problems, Toronto, Canada, August 22, 1981.

Developing a Framework for Union Analysis of Participation.  Presentation at a conference on Extending Workplace Democ­racy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 31, 1981.

Toward an Advocacy Model of Teaching OB.  Presentation at the Eighth Annual Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Harvard Business School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 16‑19, 1981 (with Jim Driscoll, MIT).

Peasants, Psychology, and Autogestion:  Social Transformation in Latin America.  Paper read at the XVIII Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, June 23‑26, 1981.

Ownership, Participation, and the Quality of Working Life.  Presentation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 10, 1981.

Trends in Workplace Reform.  Speech to the Business Roundtable, Waterloo, Iowa, February 25, 1981.

Workers’ Control and Economic Revitalization.  Paper presented at the European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS), Glasgow, Scotland, March 29-April 2, 1981.

The Rise of a Peoples’ Economics:  Third World Perspectives.  Organizer and Moderator of a Symposium at the Fifth National Conference, “Toward the 21st Century,” Association for Self-Management, Washington, D.C., November 20-23, 1980.

The Potential for a Third Economic Sector.  Presentation at the annual meeting of the Caucus for a New Political Science, Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, D.C., August 20-31, 1980.

Beyond Traditional Organizational Reform to Workers’ Self-Determination.  Paper read at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York City, August 27-28, 1980.

Tactical Counter-Resistance to Economic Oppression:  Worker/Community Responses to Industrial Plant Shutdowns.  Paper presented at the 30th meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York City, August 23-26, 1980.

Change in Industrial Settings:  Inklings of Economic Democracy in the United States.  Paper read at the Second International Conference on the Economics of Workers’ Self-Management.  Also served as rapporteur for a symposium on Workers’ Control in Eastern Europe, Istanbul, Turkey, July 16-19, 1980.

Workers’ Self-Determination and the Transformation of Capitalism.  Political Science lecture at the University of Belgrade, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, July 14, 1980.

Recent Developments in U.S. Workers’ Participation.  Presentation at a seminar, Work Research Institute, Oslo, Norway, July 11, 1980.

Job Redesign.  Presentation to industrial psychology faculty, Karl Marx University, Leipzig, German Democratic Republic (East), July 9, 1980.

Socio-Technical Systems in New Industrial Plants:  Processes and Outcomes of Starting from Scratch.  Paper read at the XXII International Congress of Psychology, Leipzig, German Democratic Republic, July 6-12, 1980.

The Care and Feeding of Multinationals.  Presentation at the Second International Conference on Self-Management and Participation in Latin America and the Caribbean, San Jose, Costa Rica, June 23-26, 1980.

The Essentials of Labor-Management Cooperation.  Panel member at the Institute for Economic Democracy and Community Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, June 9-13, 1980.

Worker/Community Ownership of Steel.  Presentation at the Great Lakes Conference on Plant Shutdowns, Youngstown, Ohio, June 7, 1980 (with Staughton Lynd, Yale University).

Workplace Democracy.  Presentation at the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, May 20, 1980.

The Prospects of Employee Ownership.  Presentation at the Sixth Annual Conference on Labor-Management Cooperation:  “Directions for the Future,” Jamestown, New York, May 22-23, 1980 (with William Foote Whyte, Cornell University).

Pain, Pathos, and Paranoia in the Classroom.  Paper presented at the Midwest Sociological Society, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 3-5, 1980 (with David Ulrich, UCLA).

Forms of Employee Ownership and Worker’s Control.  Paper read at the annual meeting of the Western Academy of Management, Phoenix, Arizona, March 28-29, 1980.

The Role of Labor and Management in the Socio-Economic Renewal of Communities.  Paper presented at the Third Annual Conference on Small Cities, University of Wisconsin, Steven’s Point, Wisconsin, March 26-27, 1980.

The Emerging Activist in Sociology.  Paper read at the 10th Annual Alpha Kappa Delta Research Symposium, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, February 14-16, 1980.

Labor Alternatives to Industrial Plant Shutdowns.  Panel member at a National Conference on the Future of the American Labor Movement, “1980s:  Plight or Prosperity?”  Ann Arbor, Michigan, January 18-19, 1980.

Worker Co-ops:  Problems and Potential.  Speaker and panel moderator at the annual conference of the North American Students of Cooperation (NASCO), Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 19-21, 1979.

An Appraisal of Worker-Owned Firms in the United States.  Paper read at the Symposium on Workers’ Participation, 5th World Congress, International Industrial Relations Association, Paris, France, September 3-7, 1979.

Transitions in Zion:  A Typology of Mormon Women Today.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association, New York, September 2, 1979.

We’ve Always Done It This Way:  The Lucas Aerospace Shop Stewards Committee.  Panel member at session on Workers’ Self-Determination, American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C., August 30-September 1, 1979.

Social Scientists:  Entrepreneurs or Observers in the Genesis of Social Problems?  Paper read at the American Sociological Association, Boston, Massachusetts, August 27-29, 1979.

Growing Kids, Corn and Change Agents:  The Immorality of Teaching OB.  Presentation at the OB Teaching Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 20-23, 1979 (with J.B. Ritchie).

Self-Management in Worker-Owned Cooperatives.  Panel member at Conference on Urban Alternatives, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 20-21, 1979.

Innovations in Productivity.  Speech to Directors of Labor Relations Conference, Dearborn, Michigan, March 13, 1979.

Perceptions of Technology and Religious Values.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Houston, Texas, January 3-8, 1979 (with Todd Britsch).

Organizational Development in Community Settings:  Fit or Misfit?  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 28-30, 1978.

Consulting with Conflicting Parties:  A Method for Achieving Mixed Results.  Paper read at the National Academy of Management Meeting, San Francisco, California, August 10-12, 1978.

Management and Labor Cooperation:  The Muskegon Michigan Case.  Paper read at the Canadian Department of Labor Conference on Community Economic Issues, Montreal, Canada, May 17, 1978.

The Immorality of OD Practice.  Paper presented to the OD Institute Annual Conference, Waldenwoods, Michigan, May 3-5, 1978.

The Ethnocentricity of Organizational Theory.  Paper read at the section on Latin American Studies, Western Social Science Association, April 28, 1978.

Dilemmas of Social Research:  Ethics, Ideology and Political Intervention.  Paper presented to the section on Social Psychology, Western Social Science Association, April 27, 1978.

Luddities vs. Brave New World:  Attitudes Toward Technological Innovations.  Paper read at the Western Social Science Association, April 27, 1978 (with Taggart Frost).

A Process for Social Change:  Applications of Sociology in a Field Experiment.  Paper read at the Pacific Sociological Association, Spokane, Washington, April 13-15, 1978.

Organizational Behavior and Industrial Relations.  Paper presented at Western Division of the Academy of Management annual meetings, Sacramento, California, March 17, 1978.

A Process for Addressing Social Issues:  Management and Labor Self-Interests and Mutual Objectives.  Paper read at the 20th Southwest Academy of Management, Dallas, Texas, March 10, 1978.

Organizing for Action.  Speech to the Gray Panthers of Utah County, Provo, Utah, February 18, 1978.

OD Involving Labor and Management:  A Field Experiment and Its Implications.  Paper read at BYU sponsored conference:  “What’s New in OD,” January 30-31, 1978.

Society in Transition:  The Impact of Technology (perceptions of 1984 or a millennium).  Paper read at the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Salt Lake City, Utah, December 2, 1977.

The Unread College Graduate and the Need for More Literate Power-Brokers.  Paper presented at the National Association of School Principals, Salt Lake City, November 11, 1977.

Instrumented Techniques for Organizational Diagnosis.  Seminar for American Society of Training and Development participants in San Francisco, California, August 30, 1977.

Men, Women and Their Bases of Power.  Presentation to Utah Consortium for Women in Higher Education, Cedar City, Utah, July 19, 1977.

Teaching Organizational Design:  Assumptions, Objectives and Learning Processes.  Paper delivered at the OB Teaching Conference, Toronto, Canada, May 16-18, 1977.

Survey Data Collection Methodologies.  Seminar for American Society of Personnel Administrators participants, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 19, 1977.

Personal Renewal:  The Administrator’s Dilemma.  Speech to the American College of Hospital Administrators, February 2, 1977.

The Utilization of Conflict.  Presentation to the University of Utah Women’s Center, November 22, 1976.

Seminar participant, UCLA Conference on Business and Society, Los Angeles, California, July 25-August 4, 1976.

The Social Environment of Organizations.  Paper read at the Conference on Organization/Environment Issues.  Sao Paulo, Brazil, Getulio Vargas Foundation, 1975.

Professional, Community and Non-Academic Presentations

Impact of the Women’s Movement on Men.  Co-chaired a panel during campus Women’s Awareness Week, December 7, 1977.

Women’s Issues:  The Masculine Point of View.  Moderator of panel during BYU Women’s Conference, February 9-11, 1978.

Problems of Multi-National and Expatriate Managers.  Presentation to International Relations Meeting, November 8, 1978.

Interdepartmental Cooperation.  Workshop presented to administrators of BYU Division of Continuing Education, September 21, 1978.

Organizational Ethics.  Panel member during School of Management Week, November 7, 1978.

Graduate School Survival Tactics.  Speech to MBA Students and Spouses Association, September 22, 1979.

The Use of Cultural Themes in Understanding Organizational Processes in Latin America.  Organized symposium held January 8, 1980.

Integrating Human Manufacturing Systems in Organizations.  Presentation to graduate students, College of Engineering, Science, and Technology, February 4, 1980.

The Cambodian Holocaust.  Speech in support of campus Indo-Chinese Relief Campaign, February 27, 1980.

Collective Bargaining in the 80s.  Keynote speaker, BYU College of Nursing Conference on Professionalism, September 17, 1980.

Issues in Organizational Effectiveness.  Speech at the 23rd Annual Seminar, Executive Women International, Provo, Utah, September 26, 1981.

Quality of Working Life:  An Update.  Presentation at Human Resources Planning Conference, BYU, February 19, 1982.

The Mormon Conscience:  New Voices/New Realities.  Panelist at Annual Men’s and Women’s Conference, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, April 16, 1983.

Corporations Overseas:  Demise or Brave New World?  Panelist and moderator at conference on multinational business, BYU, February 16, 1983.

Give Us a Place to Stand and We Will Move the Earth.  Presentation at conference on Strategies for Change, BYU, February 15-17, 1984.

Computers, Technology, and the Future of Work.  Panelist at the Law School, February 29, 1984 (with Hon. Willard Wirtz, former U.S. Secretary of Labor).

Ethical Implications of Organization Development.  Colloquium at the School of Management, April 3, 1984.

Labor Buyouts.  Presentation at the BYU “Breakthroughs ’84” Campus-wide Conference.  November 9, 1984.

Steel Trends in the United States.  Speech at BYU College of Engineering.  November 21, 1984.

Problems of the Steel Industry and Local Implications.  Panelist–BYU School of Management.  December 11, 1984.

Military Industry and Converting Weapons to Non-Defense Production.  Speech to Utahns For a Nuclear Freeze, Provo, February 27, 1985.

Structural Unemployment: The British and U.S. Experience.  Speech at BYU, March 20, 1985.

Utah Valley Economic Strain.  Presentation to the Private Industry Council, Provo, April 10, 1985.

Conflict Resolution and Crisis Management.  Presentation to the Utah League of Cities and Towns, Salt Lake City, September 19, 1985.

Implementing Organizational Change.  Speech to the American Productivity and Inventory Control Society, Utah Valley Chapter, Springville, March 27, 1986.

The Black Hole of Utah’s Industrial Economy.  Speech to the Utah Democratic Forum, February 7, 1986.

Applications of the Mondragon System of Cooperatives to our Local Economy.  Presentation to Mountainland Association of Governments, UVIDA, Utah Technical College, Provo/Orem Chamber of Commerce, May-June, 1986.

The Search for Utopia:  Hutterites, Kibbutzniks, and Mormons.  Speech to BYU—Hawaii Women’s Organization, October 24, 1986.

Regional Economic Development:  The Basque Experience.  Kennedy International Center, December 9, 1987.

Conflict Management.  Presentation to National Association of Accountants, Salt Lake City, October 19, 1988.

Ethics for What Purpose?  Panelist at BYU Honors Symposium, February 7, 1989.

Professional Ethics and Management.  Speech to the Manufacturing Technology Department, February 8, 1989.

Leadership for a Changing World.  MSM speech, BYU, April 12, 1990.

W(h)ither Cuba?  Latin American Symposium.  David M. Kennedy Center, BYU, April 10, 1990.

Industrial Democracy:  East and West.  Conference on “Organizing for the 90s,” BYU, October 8-9, 1990.

U.S. Foreign Policy:  War, Politics, & Immorality. BYU, January 14, 1991.

Inventing the Future:  Grassroots Empowerment in the Philippines.  BYU Students for International Development, March 7, 1991.

Third World Development:  Economics with a Human Face.  Kennedy Center for International Studies, March 13, 1991.

The Dynamic International Environment.  American Society for Public Administration Conference on the Internationalization of Economic Development, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, April 29, 1991.

Academic Survival and Success.  Faculty Academic Leadership Conference, BYU, May 2, 1991.

Corporate Ethics and Management.  Farm Management Company, Provo, Utah, August 15, 1991.

Involvement in Third World Strategies.  International Society, 2nd Annual Meeting, Provo, Utah, August 20, 1991.

The Politics of Hunger in the 90’s.  Keynote speaker at BYU’s Annual Banquet, Students for International Development, Dec. 3, 1991.

Challenges of Managing in Developing Nations:  The Philippines Case, BYU International Students,  February 20, 1992.

Trickle up Economics:  Formulating and Implementing Strategies for Development in the Third World.  BYU Honors Seminar, March 10, 1992.

Reform and Revolution in Latin America, MSM MBA Students, March 19, 1992.

After the Berlin Wall:  Present Reality and Future Possibilities.  Presentation to Provo Women’s Club, September 10, 1992.

Environment, Ecology and Economics.  Panelist with state government and wilderness officials, Provo, Utah, September 29, 1992.

The United Order and the Modern World Economy.  Presentation to BYU faculty members, November 13, 1992.

Factors for Success in Third World Development.  Speech to Political Science Students, Kimball Tower, BYU, December 6, 1992.

Developing Innovations for Global Transformation.  Keynote speech during BYU’s International Week, January 25, 1993.

Liberty, Equality and Union:  Cooperative Economic Systems.  Presentation to Manufacturing Research Institute, Provo, Utah, May 13, 1993.

Organizational Transformation:  E4 Model of Management.  Marriott School of Management, Dean’s Seminar, May 26, 1993.

International Careers in Development.  David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, BYU, October 28, 1993.

Urban Development and Income Generation.  Presentation at the Forum on Sustainable Development Lecture Series, Provo, Utah, February 9, 1994.

The Socio-Economics of Zion.  Paper read at the Ninth Annual Book of Mormon Symposium, Religious Studies Center, BYU, February 11-12, 1994.

Building Contemporary Utopias.  Presentation to the LDS Academy of Dentists, Provo, Utah, August 13, 1994.

Toward a Gospel-Centered Society.  Workshop at BYU Education Week, August 15, 1994.

Challenges of Living in the Modern World Economy. Four Lectures at Education Week, August 16-19, 1994.

Problem-Solving Effectiveness Seminar for the Governor=s Asian-American Advisory Council. Salt Lake City, Utah, November 5, 1994.

Women in Development.  Participant on Panel at the Conference on Population and Development, Kennedy International Studies Center, Provo, Utah, November 11, 1994.

Third World Women and Self-Employment.  Women’s Research Institute, Provo, Utah, November 17, 1994.

Global Leadership in the Year 2,000.  Presentation to Professional Practitioners, BYU Counseling Center, December 16, 1994.

From Dependency to Dignity: Third World Women and Self-Employment.  Women=s Research Institute, Provo, Utah, November 17, 1994.

Cultural Survival: Endangered Native Peoples of Latin America.  Presentation at Timpview High School, Provo, Utah, May 8, 1995.

Humanitarian Work Around the Globe.  Presentation to LDS Church managers, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 26, 1995.

Applying Righteous Principles in Our Lives.  Four lectures at Education Week, BYU, Provo, Utah, August 22-25, 1995.

Corporate Transformation of Management and Work.  Four lectures at Education Week, BYU, Provo, Utah, August 22-25, 1995.

Micro Lending and Village Development.  Presentation at Women in Development Conference, BYU, Provo, Utah, October 26-27, 1995.

Corporate Downsizing’s Social Consequences.  Talk show expert on Radio KCPW, Salt Lake City, January 12, 1996.

Economic Disintegration: Africa’s Legacy of Colonialism.  Presentation to Provo Kiwanis Club, January 30, 1996.

Opportunities for International Outreach.  Speech at the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, January 31, 1996.

The Political Economy of Early Mormon Country.  Lecture on Western Civilization, BYU, Provo, Utah, February 6, 1996.

The Gospel of Manufacturing.  Presentation to graduate students and faculty in Engineering and Manufacturing Technology, College of Engineering, BYU, Provo, Utah, February 22, 1996.

Corporate Greed, CEO Compensation and American Capitalism.  Interview guest at Radio KCPW, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 4, 1996.

The ABCs of Economics: Amish, Buddhist, Catholic Economic Traditions.  Workshop for MBA students, BYU, Provo, Utah, March 6, 1996.

Economic Literacy as a Tool for African Development.  Presentation at BYU Literacy Symposium, March 29, 1996.

Five guest lectures and mobilization from various Provo schools as well as organizing service projects and fundraising efforts with PTA, school administrators and teachers who wanted to learn about indigenous people and Third World development in Latin America, Africa, and Asia, Provo, Utah, March-June 1996.

NGOs as a Third World Development Strategy.  Presentation to the public, Provo, Utah, March 14, 1996.

Team building training for “Discovery” program—multicultural potential BYU students who want to major in business, BYU, Provo, Utah, July 10, 1996.

Rescuing the Third World Poor.  Speech to the Utah County Exchange Club, Provo, Utah, July 16, 1996.

Toward a Gospel-Centered Society.  Three hour lecture to 250 Education Week attendees, BYU, Provo, Utah, August 19, 1996.

Integrating the Temporal and Spiritual.  Four Education Week sessions, BYU, Provo, Utah, August 20-23, 1996.

Gospel Dynamics for Global Change.  Four Education Week sessions, BYU, Provo, Utah, August 20-23, 1996.

Global Service Beyond Your Career.  Keynote lecture at Career Fair Banquet for faculty, students, and corporate recruiters, College of Engineering and Technology, BYU, Provo, Utah, October 3, 1996.

The Origins and Structures of Early LDS United Orders.  Presentation to the Sons of Utah Pioneers: Wilford Woodruff Chapter, Provo, Utah, November 6, 1996.

Expanding Our Influence for Good.  Workshop for BYU Honor Council, March 15, 1997.

Temporal Well-Being for Families in Contemporary Zion.  Presentation to BYU students majoring in Family Science, May 28, 1997.

Careers in International Studies.  Presentation to BYU undergraduates at the David M. Kennedy Center, September 17, 1997.

Public Policy and the NGO Movement.  Presentation to the Institute of Public Administration graduate students, October 16, 1997.

Microenterprise as a Tool for Change.  Panelist at the International Development Forum, BYU, November 13, 1997.

Affirmative Action: Race, Gender and Ethnicity.  Student presentation at BYU, December 2, 1997.

Business as a Calling: Stewardship and the Sacred in Corporate Life.  Presentation to the Marriott School’s MBA Association, April 2, 1998.

Building Zion – One Family at a Time.  Speech at the Fourth Annual Management Conference, Marriott School, June 18-20, 1998.

International Humanitarian Outreach.  Panelist at the Fourth Annual Management Conference, June 18-20, 1998.

Research, Study, and Consulting Team on Non-Violent Change – Resolving the Conflict in Northern Ireland.  Workshop of Government and Religious Leaders, Dublin, Ireland, July 18-22, 1998.

Helping Entrepreneurs in Third World Countries.  Organizer and chair of a panel of the Center for Entrepreneurship’s Fall Conference, September 11, 1998.

LDS-related Humanitarian Programs.  International Development Network Symposium held at BYU, October 1, 1998.

How to Establish Cumorah Universities for Latter-day Saints in Latin America.  Presentation to LDS Latin American Leaders, Provo, October 2, 1998.

Creating a Perpetual Education Fund for Native Returned Missionaries in South America: Especially in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador & Venezuela.  Proposal to South American Area Council of LDS, Business and Government Officials, Salt Lake City, October 4, 1998.

Methods for Rendering Effective Service.  Workshop for Senior Missionary couples beginning service programs in Indonesia, Dominican Republic and Bolivia.  LDS Church Welfare Department, October 9, 1998, and three weeks thereafter.

How College Students Can Change the World.  Seminar for BYU Student Leaders, Sundance, Utah, October 17, 1998.

Using our Gifts to Make a Difference.  Western States Women’s Association.  Aspen Grove, October 18, 1998.

Want to Help Africa?  Do You Love Africa?  Presentation to BYU Community, October 22, 1998.

The Gospel of Work: Laboring for Zion with LDS Temporal Teachings.  Orem, Utah, April 25, 1999.

African Development: Human Needs and Prospects in the Coming Century.  Presentation to a Community Symposium, Provo, Utah, May 4, 1999.

How Today’s Youth Can Change the World for Good.  Speech and award at the senior class Night of Excellence, Mountain View High School, Orem, Utah, May 25, 1999.

Community-to-Community Linkages Between Utah and West Africa.  BYU presentation, September 18, 1999.

Service-Learning as the Road to Genuine Education.  Orem, Utah, September 19, 1999.

Third World Development from the Grassroots.  International Forum speaker, David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, BYU, September 22, 1999.

Graduate Education as Radical Practice.  Presentation to OB graduate students, BYU, October 27, 1999.

How to Organize Citizens and Church Groups for Charitable Service.  Speech in Highland, Utah, December 11, 1999.

How to Become a Reluctant Revolutionary.  Presentation to BYU student association leaders, February 12, 2000.

Altruism is One of Life’s Greatest Values.  Speech to BYU Student Honor Forum, February 23, 2000.

Mobilizing LDS Ethics and Energy So There is “No Poor Among Them.”  Presentation to humanitarian group, Orem, Utah, March 12, 2000.

Appropriate Technology Methods for the Urban Poor: The Case of Manufacturing.  Presentation to faculty of the College of Engineering, BYU, March 15, 2000.

The Basics of Microcredit: What it is/How it works.  Speech to BYU audience, March 17, 2000.

Mormon Outreach Strategies: Building Zion in the Third Word.  Presentation to humanitarian group, Provo, Utah, April 30, 2000.

Building Zion, One Family at a Time.  University Seminar, BYU, August 15, 2000.

Faith, Hope and Charity: Creating Community Among God’s Children.  University Seminar, BYU, August 16, 2000.

The Gospel in Action: Change from the Heart.  University Seminar, BYU, August 17, 2000.

How Latter-day Saints Can Transform the Planet.  University Seminary, BYU, August 18, 2000.

How Business Executives Can Build a Better World.  Presentation to Utah Valley CEO Roundtable, August 23, 2000.

How Utahns are Changing the World.  Presentation to Northern Utah Community leaders, Farmington City Hall, September 29, 2000.

The Humanitarian of the Millennium.  Presentation honoring President Gordon B. Hinckley at the Unitus Economic Summit, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 10,2000.

Transforming the Planet.  Community presentation, Provo, Utah, October 15, 2000.

Taking a Stand: Sustainable Development for the Third World.  Presentation to Provo Kiwanis Club, February 24, 2001.

H.E.L.P. Eliminate Poverty: A Strategy for Latin America.  Seminar, Orem, Utah, February 24, 2001.

Student Service Learning Opportunities.  Speech to Business Management Students, Marriott School, March 1, 2001.

Western China’s Economy: Empowering a Million People at a Time?  Presentation on SOAR China Program, BYU, March 2, 2001.

How Business Can Give Back to the Community.  Presentation to Phi Beta Lamda (fraternity for future business leaders of America), ASBYU, March 3, 2001.

The Grameen Bank Model: An Experiment in Social Collateral.  Speech to Kennedy Center for International Studies, March 14, 2001.

Business Applications in Humanitarian Contexts.  Speech to Provo Kiwanis Club, April, 24, 2001.

How Americans Can Improve the World One Family at a Time.  Kaysville, Utah, April 28, 2001.

The Sheer Joy of Empowering the Poor.  Presentation to the Provo Chamber of Commerce, May 23, 2001.

How Business Professionals Can Become Social Entrepreneurs.  Speech to Rotary Club, American Fork, Utah, June 12, 2001.

Putting “Relief” Back in the Relief Society. BYU Community Service Conference, October 24, 2001.

The Global 7 Deadly Sins: IMF, World Bank, G-7, WTO, Fast Track, NAFTA and Nike?  Speech to Students for International Development, Kennedy Center for International Studies, October 23, 2001.

Humanitarian Entrepreneurs: LDS-based Outreach to Change the World.  Speech to large Utah nonprofit

organizations, Salt Lake City, January 8, 2002.

Community Organizing: ESOPs, Co-ops, and Other Weapons for Reversing Plant Closings.  Presentation

at School of Social Work Graduate Student Symposium, BYU, Provo, Utah, February 2002.

Challenges of Building Successful Humanitarian Strategies in the Altiplano of Bolivia and Peru.  Speech

to Chasqui Humanitarian, Salt Lake City, June 27, 2002.

The Visionary Imagination: Seeing a World Without Poverty.  Presentation at BYU Student Symposium, Provo, Utah, September 2002.

Tools for Assisting the Inner City Poor.  Presentation to social welfare and community service

administrators of Utah County, September 4, 2002.

The Promise of U.S. Domestic Microcredit.  Workshop for the Provo Latino Community, December 5, 2002.

Fighting for Justice.  Panelist at the World Social Forum, Porto Alegre, Brazil, January 25, 2003.

Waging Peace Rather than Pre-Emptive War in Iraq.  Community Seminar, Porto Alegre, Brazil, January 26, 2003.

Community Change Models in the United States: Conflict or Cooperation?  Seminar for graduate students of the School of Social Work, BYU, February 5, 2003.

Raising a New Generation of Self-Sufficient Families. Presentation to village bankers, Toluca, Mexico, February 21, 2003.

The Financial Stresses on Marriage Among Poor Families: U.S. and World Perspectives.  Presentation to the School of Family Life, BYU, February 28, 2003.

From the Different Inputs of Many to the Power of One.  Speech at community-wide benefit for El Salvador, Provo, Utah, March 29, 2003.

The Genius of Volunteerism. Speech to global humanitarians going abroad, BYU, April 29, 2003.

Launching Family Economic Sustainability.  Community speech, Thetford, England, June 14, 2003.

New Social Inventions for Alleviating Community Pain.  Panelist at the founding of the Provo Economic Coalition, Provo, Utah, June 25, 2003.

Accelerating Microfinance in India: The Unitus Strategy for Leveraging Economic Growth.  Speech to Rotary International, Salt Lake Valley, July 17, 2003.

Social Entrepreneurship as a Tool for Expanding Family Self-Reliance.  Presentation to American volunteers, Chimaltenango, Guatemala, August 4, 2003.

Learning to Excel.  Speech at graduation ceremonies of the first class of MicroBusiness Mentors, Centro Hispano, Provo, Utah, August 8, 2003.

Fostering Free Market Economics from the Grassroots.  One hour dialogue/Q&A, Salt Lake City K-Talk Radio, September 4, 2003.

Indicting the Guilty: The Refusal of Big Banks to Give Small Loans to Poor Individuals.  Speech to Hispanic Community, Provo, Utah, September 9, 2003.

A Vision of First Hope: Orphanage Efforts in Nepal.  Provo, Utah, September 10, 2003.

Pay it Forward: The Growing Clout of H.E.L.P. International in Students’ Lives.  BYU, September 13, 2003.

Leveraging Human Potential: Managing Others to Make a Difference in Society.  Presentation to student volunteer leaders, BYU, November 7, 2003.

Impact of the Women’s Movement on Men.  Co-chaired a panel during campus Women’s Awareness Week, December 7, 1977.

Women’s Issues:  The Masculine Point of View.  Moderator of panel during BYU Women’s Conference, February 9-11, 1978.

Problems of Multi-National and Expatriate Managers.  Presentation to International Relations Meeting, November 8, 1978.

Interdepartmental Cooperation.  Workshop presented to administrators of BYU Division of Continuing Education, September 21, 1978.

Organizational Ethics.  Panel member during School of Management Week, November 7, 1978.

Graduate School Survival Tactics.  Speech to MBA Students and Spouses Association, September 22, 1979.

The Use of Cultural Themes in Understanding Organizational Processes in Latin America.  Organized symposium held January 8, 1980.

Integrating Human Manufacturing Systems in Organizations.  Presentation to graduate students, College of Engineering, Science, and Technology, February 4, 1980.

The Cambodian Holocaust.  Speech in support of campus Indo-Chinese Relief Campaign, February 27, 1980.

Collective Bargaining in the 80s.  Keynote speaker, BYU College of Nursing Conference on Professionalism, September 17, 1980.

Issues in Organizational Effectiveness.  Speech at the 23rd Annual Seminar, Executive Women International, Provo, Utah, September 26, 1981.

Quality of Working Life:  An Update.  Presentation at Human Resources Planning Conference, BYU, February 19, 1982.

The Mormon Conscience:  New Voices/New Realities.  Panelist at Annual Men’s and Women’s Conference, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, April 16, 1983.

Corporations Overseas:  Demise or Brave New World?  Panelist and moderator at conference on multinational business, BYU, February 16, 1983.

Give Us a Place to Stand and We Will Move the Earth.  Presentation at conference on Strategies for Change, BYU, February 15-17, 1984.

Computers, Technology, and the Future of Work.  Panelist at the Law School, February 29, 1984 (with Hon. Willard Wirtz, former U.S. Secretary of Labor).

Ethical Implications of Organization Development.  Colloquium at the School of Management, April 3, 1984.

Labor Buyouts.  Presentation at the BYU “Breakthroughs ’84” Campus-wide Conference.  November 9, 1984.

Steel Trends in the United States.  Speech at BYU College of Engineering.  November 21, 1984.

Problems of the Steel Industry and Local Implications.  Panelist–BYU School of Management.  December 11, 1984.

Military Industry and Converting Weapons to Non-Defense Production.  Speech to Utahns For a Nuclear Freeze, Provo, February 27, 1985.

Structural Unemployment: The British and U.S. Experience.  Speech at BYU, March 20, 1985.

Utah Valley Economic Strain.  Presentation to the Private Industry Council, Provo, April 10, 1985.

Conflict Resolution and Crisis Management.  Presentation to the Utah League of Cities and Towns, Salt Lake City, September 19, 1985.

Implementing Organizational Change.  Speech to the American Productivity and Inventory Control Society, Utah Valley Chapter, Springville, March 27, 1986.

The Black Hole of Utah’s Industrial Economy.  Speech to the Utah Democratic Forum, February 7, 1986.

Applications of the Mondragon System of Cooperatives to our Local Economy.  Presentation to Mountainland Association of Governments, UVIDA, Utah Technical College, Provo/Orem Chamber of Commerce, May-June, 1986.

The Search for Utopia:  Hutterites, Kibbutzniks, and Mormons.  Speech to BYU—Hawaii Women’s Organization, October 24, 1986.

Regional Economic Development:  The Basque Experience.  Kennedy International Center, December 9, 1987.

Conflict Management.  Presentation to National Association of Accountants, Salt Lake City, October 19, 1988.

Ethics for What Purpose?  Panelist at BYU Honors Symposium, February 7, 1989.

Professional Ethics and Management.  Speech to the Manufacturing Technology Department, February 8, 1989.

Leadership for a Changing World.  MSM speech, BYU, April 12, 1990.

W(h)ither Cuba?  Latin American Symposium.  David M. Kennedy Center, BYU, April 10, 1990.

Industrial Democracy:  East and West.  Conference on “Organizing for the 90s,” BYU, October 8-9, 1990.

U.S. Foreign Policy:  War, Politics, & Immorality. BYU, January 14, 1991.

Inventing the Future:  Grassroots Empowerment in the Philippines.  BYU Students for International Development, March 7, 1991.

Third World Development:  Economics with a Human Face.  Kennedy Center for International Studies, March 13, 1991.

The Dynamic International Environment.  American Society for Public Administration Conference on the

Internationalization of Economic Development, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, April 29, 1991.

Academic Survival and Success.  Faculty Academic Leadership Conference, BYU, May 2, 1991.

Corporate Ethics and Management.  Farm Management Company, Provo, Utah, August 15, 1991.

Involvement in Third World Strategies.  International Society, 2nd Annual Meeting, Provo, Utah, August 20, 1991.

The Politics of Hunger in the 90’s.  Keynote speaker at BYU’s Annual Banquet, Students for International Development, Dec. 3, 1991.

Challenges of Managing in Developing Nations:  The Philippines Case, BYU International Students,  February 20, 1992.

Trickle up Economics:  Formulating and Implementing Strategies for Development in the Third World.  BYU Honors Seminar, March 10, 1992.

Reform and Revolution in Latin America, MSM MBA Students, March 19, 1992.

After the Berlin Wall:  Present Reality and Future Possibilities.  Presentation to Provo Women’s Club, September 10, 1992.

Environment, Ecology and Economics.  Panelist with state government and wilderness officials, Provo, Utah, September 29, 1992.

The United Order and the Modern World Economy.  Presentation to BYU faculty members, November 13, 1992.

Factors for Success in Third World Development.  Speech to Political Science Students, Kimball Tower, BYU, December 6, 1992.

Developing Innovations for Global Transformation.  Keynote speech during BYU’s International Week, January 25, 1993.

Liberty, Equality and Union:  Cooperative Economic Systems.  Presentation to Manufacturing Research Institute, Provo, Utah, May 13, 1993.

Organizational Transformation:  E4 Model of Management.  Marriott School of Management, Dean’s Seminar, May 26, 1993.

International Careers in Development.  David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, BYU, October 28, 1993.

Urban Development and Income Generation.  Presentation at the Forum on Sustainable Development Lecture Series, Provo, Utah, February 9, 1994.

The Socio-Economics of Zion.  Paper read at the Ninth Annual Book of Mormon Symposium, Religious Studies Center, BYU, February 11-12, 1994.

Building Contemporary Utopias.  Presentation to the LDS Academy of Dentists, Provo, Utah, August 13, 1994.

Toward a Gospel-Centered Society.  Workshop at BYU Education Week, August 15, 1994.

Challenges of Living in the Modern World Economy. Four Lectures at Education Week, August 16-19, 1994.

Problem-Solving Effectiveness Seminar for the Governor=s Asian-American Advisory Council. Salt Lake City, Utah, November 5, 1994.

Women in Development.  Participant on Panel at the Conference on Population and Development, Kennedy International Studies Center, Provo, Utah, November 11, 1994.

Third World Women and Self-Employment.  Women’s Research Institute, Provo, Utah, November 17, 1994.

Global Leadership in the Year 2,000.  Presentation to Professional Practitioners, BYU Counseling Center, December 16, 1994.

From Dependency to Dignity: Third World Women and Self-Employment.  Women=s Research Institute, Provo, Utah, November 17, 1994.

Cultural Survival: Endangered Native Peoples of Latin America.  Presentation at Timpview High School, Provo, Utah, May 8, 1995.

Humanitarian Work Around the Globe.  Presentation to LDS Church managers, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 26, 1995.

Applying Righteous Principles in Our Lives.  Four lectures at Education Week, BYU, Provo, Utah, August 22-25, 1995.

Corporate Transformation of Management and Work.  Four lectures at Education Week, BYU, Provo, Utah, August 22-25, 1995.

Micro Lending and Village Development.  Presentation at Women in Development Conference, BYU, Provo, Utah, October 26-27, 1995.

Corporate Downsizing’s Social Consequences.  Talk show expert on Radio KCPW, Salt Lake City, January 12, 1996.

Economic Disintegration: Africa’s Legacy of Colonialism.  Presentation to Provo Kiwanis Club, January 30, 1996.

Opportunities for International Outreach.  Speech at the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, January 31, 1996.

The Political Economy of Early Mormon Country.  Lecture on Western Civilization, BYU, Provo, Utah, February 6, 1996.

The Gospel of Manufacturing.  Presentation to graduate students and faculty in Engineering and Manufacturing Technology, College of Engineering, BYU, Provo, Utah, February 22, 1996.

Corporate Greed, CEO Compensation and American Capitalism.  Interview guest at Radio KCPW, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 4, 1996.

The ABCs of Economics: Amish, Buddhist, Catholic Economic Traditions.  Workshop for MBA students, BYU, Provo, Utah, March 6, 1996.

Economic Literacy as a Tool for African Development.  Presentation at BYU Literacy Symposium, March 29, 1996.

Five guest lectures and mobilization from various Provo schools as well as organizing service projects and fundraising efforts with PTA, school administrators and teachers who wanted to learn about indigenous people and Third World development in Latin America, Africa, and Asia, Provo, Utah, March-June 1996.

NGOs as a Third World Development Strategy.  Presentation to the public, Provo, Utah, March 14, 1996.

Team building training for “Discovery” program—multicultural potential BYU students who want to major in business, BYU, Provo, Utah, July 10, 1996.

Rescuing the Third World Poor.  Speech to the Utah County Exchange Club, Provo, Utah, July 16, 1996.

Toward a Gospel-Centered Society.  Three hour lecture to 250 Education Week attendees, BYU, Provo, Utah, August 19, 1996.

Integrating the Temporal and Spiritual.  Four Education Week sessions, BYU, Provo, Utah, August 20-23, 1996.

Gospel Dynamics for Global Change.  Four Education Week sessions, BYU, Provo, Utah, August 20-23, 1996.

Global Service Beyond Your Career.  Keynote lecture at Career Fair Banquet for faculty, students, and corporate recruiters, College of Engineering and Technology, BYU, Provo, Utah, October 3, 1996.

The Origins and Structures of Early LDS United Orders.  Presentation to the Sons of Utah Pioneers: Wilford Woodruff Chapter, Provo, Utah, November 6, 1996.

Expanding Our Influence for Good.  Workshop for BYU Honor Council, March 15, 1997.

Temporal Well-Being for Families in Contemporary Zion.  Presentation to BYU students majoring in Family Science, May 28, 1997.

Careers in International Studies.  Presentation to BYU undergraduates at the David M. Kennedy Center, September 17, 1997.

Public Policy and the NGO Movement.  Presentation to the Institute of Public Administration graduate students, October 16, 1997.

Microenterprise as a Tool for Change.  Panelist at the International Development Forum, BYU, November 13, 1997.

Affirmative Action: Race, Gender and Ethnicity.  Student presentation at BYU, December 2, 1997.

Business as a Calling: Stewardship and the Sacred in Corporate Life.  Presentation to the Marriott School’s MBA Association, April 2, 1998.

Building Zion – One Family at a Time.  Speech at the Fourth Annual Management Conference, Marriott School, June 18-20, 1998.

International Humanitarian Outreach.  Panelist at the Fourth Annual Management Conference, June 18-20, 1998.

Research, Study, and Consulting Team on Non-Violent Change – Resolving the Conflict in Northern Ireland.  Workshop of Government and Religious Leaders, Dublin, Ireland, July 18-22, 1998.

Helping Entrepreneurs in Third World Countries.  Organizer and chair of a panel of the Center for Entrepreneurship’s Fall Conference, September 11, 1998.

LDS-related Humanitarian Programs.  International Development Network Symposium held at BYU, October 1, 1998.

How to Establish Cumorah Universities for Latter-day Saints in Latin America.  Presentation to LDS Latin American Leaders, Provo, October 2, 1998.

Creating a Perpetual Education Fund for Native Returned Missionaries in South America: Especially in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador & Venezuela.  Proposal to South American Area Council of LDS, Business and Government Officials, Salt Lake City, October 4, 1998.

Methods for Rendering Effective Service.  Workshop for Senior Missionary couples beginning service programs in Indonesia, Dominican Republic and Bolivia.  LDS Church Welfare Department, October 9, 1998, and three weeks thereafter.

How College Students Can Change the World.  Seminar for BYU Student Leaders, Sundance, Utah, October 17, 1998.

Using our Gifts to Make a Difference.  Western States Women’s Association.  Aspen Grove, October 18, 1998.

Want to Help Africa?  Do You Love Africa?  Presentation to BYU Community, October 22, 1998.

The Gospel of Work: Laboring for Zion with LDS Temporal Teachings.  Orem, Utah, April 25, 1999.

African Development: Human Needs and Prospects in the Coming Century.  Presentation to a Community Symposium, Provo, Utah, May 4, 1999.

How Today’s Youth Can Change the World for Good.  Speech and award at the senior class Night of Excellence, Mountain View High School, Orem, Utah, May 25, 1999.

Community-to-Community Linkages Between Utah and West Africa.  BYU presentation, September 18, 1999.

Service-Learning as the Road to Genuine Education.  Orem, Utah, September 19, 1999.

Third World Development from the Grassroots.  International Forum speaker, David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, BYU, September 22, 1999.

Graduate Education as Radical Practice.  Presentation to OB graduate students, BYU, October 27, 1999.

How to Organize Citizens and Church Groups for Charitable Service.  Speech in Highland, Utah, December 11, 1999.

How to Become a Reluctant Revolutionary.  Presentation to BYU student association leaders, February 12, 2000.

Altruism is One of Life’s Greatest Values.  Speech to BYU Student Honor Forum, February 23, 2000.

Mobilizing LDS Ethics and Energy So There is “No Poor Among Them.”  Presentation to humanitarian group, Orem, Utah, March 12, 2000.

Appropriate Technology Methods for the Urban Poor: The Case of Manufacturing.  Presentation to faculty of the College of Engineering, BYU, March 15, 2000.

The Basics of Microcredit: What it is/How it works.  Speech to BYU audience, March 17, 2000.

Mormon Outreach Strategies: Building Zion in the Third Word.  Presentation to humanitarian group, Provo, Utah, April 30, 2000.

Building Zion, One Family at a Time.  University Seminar, BYU, August 15, 2000.

Faith, Hope and Charity: Creating Community Among God’s Children.  University Seminar, BYU, August 16, 2000.

The Gospel in Action: Change from the Heart.  University Seminar, BYU, August 17, 2000.

How Latter-day Saints Can Transform the Planet.  University Seminary, BYU, August 18, 2000.

How Business Executives Can Build a Better World.  Presentation to Utah Valley CEO Roundtable, August 23, 2000.

How Utahns are Changing the World.  Presentation to Northern Utah Community leaders, Farmington City Hall, September 29, 2000.

The Humanitarian of the Millennium.  Presentation honoring President Gordon B. Hinckley at the

Unitus Economic Summit, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 10,2000.

Transforming the Planet.  Community presentation, Provo, Utah, October 15, 2000.

Taking a Stand: Sustainable Development for the Third World.  Presentation to Provo Kiwanis Club, February 24, 2001.

H.E.L.P. Eliminate Poverty: A Strategy for Latin America.  Seminar, Orem, Utah, February 24, 2001.

Student Service Learning Opportunities.  Speech to Business Management Students, Marriott School, March 1, 2001.

Western China’s Economy: Empowering a Million People at a Time?  Presentation on SOAR China Program, BYU, March 2, 2001.

How Business Can Give Back to the Community.  Presentation to Phi Beta Lamda (fraternity for future business leaders of America), ASBYU, March 3, 2001.

The Grameen Bank Model: An Experiment in Social Collateral.  Speech to Kennedy Center for International Studies, March 14, 2001.

Business Applications in Humanitarian Contexts.  Speech to Provo Kiwanis Club, April, 24, 2001.

How Americans Can Improve the World One Family at a Time.  Kaysville, Utah, April 28, 2001.

The Sheer Joy of Empowering the Poor.  Presentation to the Provo Chamber of Commerce, May 23, 2001.

How Business Professionals Can Become Social Entrepreneurs.  Speech to Rotary Club, American Fork, Utah, June 12, 2001.

Putting “Relief” Back in the Relief Society. BYU Community Service Conference, October 24, 2001.

The Global 7 Deadly Sins: IMF, World Bank, G-7, WTO, Fast Track, NAFTA and Nike?  Speech to Students for International Development, Kennedy Center for International Studies, October 23, 2001.

Humanitarian Entrepreneurs: LDS-based Outreach to Change the World.  Speech to large Utah nonprofit organizations, Salt Lake City, January 8, 2002.

Community Organizing: ESOPs, Co-ops, and Other Weapons for Reversing Plant Closings.  Presentation at School of Social Work Graduate Student Symposium, BYU, Provo, Utah, February 2002.

Challenges of Building Successful Humanitarian Strategies in the Altiplano of Bolivia and Peru.  Speech to Chasqui Humanitarian, Salt Lake City, June 27, 2002.

The Visionary Imagination: Seeing a World Without Poverty.  Presentation at BYU Student Symposium, Provo, Utah, September 2002.

Tools for Assisting the Inner City Poor.  Presentation to social welfare and community service

administrators of Utah County, September 4, 2002.

The Promise of U.S. Domestic Microcredit.  Workshop for the Provo Latino Community, December 5, 2002.

Fighting for Justice.  Panelist at the World Social Forum, Porto Alegre, Brazil, January 25, 2003.

Waging Peace Rather than Pre-Emptive War in Iraq.  Community Seminar, Porto Alegre, Brazil, January 26, 2003.

Community Change Models in the United States: Conflict or Cooperation?  Seminar for graduate students of the School of Social Work, BYU, February 5, 2003.

Raising a New Generation of Self-Sufficient Families. Presentation to village bankers, Toluca, Mexico, February 21, 2003.

The Financial Stresses on Marriage Among Poor Families: U.S. and World Perspectives.  Presentation to the School of Family Life, BYU, February 28, 2003.

From the Different Inputs of Many to the Power of One.  Speech at community-wide benefit for El Salvador, Provo, Utah, March 29, 2003.

The Genius of Volunteerism. Speech to global humanitarians going abroad, BYU, April 29, 2003.

Launching Family Economic Sustainability.  Community speech, Thetford, England, June 14, 2003.

New Social Inventions for Alleviating Community Pain.  Panelist at the founding of the Provo Economic Coalition, Provo, Utah, June 25, 2003.

Accelerating Microfinance in India: The Unitus Strategy for Leveraging Economic Growth.  Speech to Rotary International, Salt Lake Valley, July 17, 2003.

Social Entrepreneurship as a Tool for Expanding Family Self-Reliance.  Presentation to American volunteers, Chimaltenango, Guatemala, August 4, 2003.

Learning to Excel.  Speech at graduation ceremonies of the first class of MicroBusiness Mentors, Centro Hispano, Provo, Utah, August 8, 2003.

Fostering Free Market Economics from the Grassroots.  One hour dialogue/Q&A, Salt Lake City K-Talk Radio, September 4, 2003.

Indicting the Guilty: The Refusal of Big Banks to Give Small Loans to Poor Individuals.  Speech to Hispanic Community, Provo, Utah, September 9, 2003.

A Vision of First Hope: Orphanage Efforts in Nepal.  Provo, Utah, September 10, 2003.

Pay it Forward: The Growing Clout of H.E.L.P. International in Students’ Lives.  BYU, September 13, 2003.

Leveraging Human Potential: Managing Others to Make a Difference in Society.  Presentation to student volunteer leaders, BYU, November 7, 2003.