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Gary W. Oster, DSL

BOOKS


Oster, G. (2011). The Light Prize: Perspectives on Christian Innovation. Virginia Beach, VA: Positive Signs Media.

BOOK CHAPTERS


Oster, G. (2011). Innovation leadership during corporate change, in Gandolfi, Franco (ed.), Foundations of Contemporary Leadership: Contemporary Leadership Readings. New York: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

Oster, G. (2010). Innovation and enterprise sustainability. In R. W. Y. Kao (Ed.), Sustainable economy: Corporate social responsibility. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company.

Oster, G. (2010). Answers within: Emergent innovation in non-profit organizations. Accepted by Engstrom Institute for 2010 publication.

 

ARTICLES


Oster, G. (2011) Paper prototypes: key to innovation, IUP Journal of Soft Skills, V(4), 7–20.

Oster, G. (2011) Extreme diversity, Review of International Comparative Management, 12(1), 18-29.

Oster, G. (2010). Characteristics of emergent innovation. Journal of Management Development, 29(6), 565 – 574.

Oster, G. (2010). Answers within: emergent innovation in non-profit organizations. OutcomesONLINE. San Clemente, CA: Christian Leadership Alliance.

Oster, G. (2010). Innovation leadership. Continuing Professional Education (CPE) module (Ph.D.) prepared for Capin Crouse LLP.

Oster, G. (2010).  Innovation and the early Christian Church. Journal of Biblical Interpretation in Business, 12, 27 – 38.

Oster, G. (2010).  Author's rejoinder to Innovation and the early Christian church: strengthening the thesis by Dr. Michael Cafferky. Journal of Biblical Interpretation in Business, 12, 46-47.

Oster, G. (2009). Listening to luddites: Innovation antibodies and corporate success. Review of International Comparative Management, 10(4), 647-667.

Oster, G. (2009). Building innovation capacity in emerging markets. Effective Executive, 13(1), 10-16.

Oster, G. (2009). Essential signals of successful innovation leaders. Global CEO, 9(10), 23 - 27.

Oster, G. (2010). Extreme diversity. Regent Global Business Review (accepted for 2010 publication).

Oster, G. (2009). Innovation and the early Christian church. Journal of Biblical Interpretation in Business. Accepted for Winter 2009 publication.

Oster, G. (2009).  Diversity in workforce as a tool for innovation. HRM Review, 9(9), 16-19.

Oster, G. (2009). Surprising facts about prototypes. Effective Executive, 12(9), 39-45.


Oster, G. (2009). Downstream from Babel: Lessons in obedience for modern leaders. Inner Resources for Leaders, 2(2), 1-11. [Download PDF]

Oster, G. (2009). Recasting corporate use of prototypes. Review of International Comparative Management, 10(2), 218-228.

Oster, G. (2009). Leading emergent innovation. Global CEO, 9(6), 9-15.

Oster, G. (2009). Emergent innovation: A new strategic paradigm. Journal of Strategic Leadership, 2(10), 40-56. [Download PDF]

Oster, G. (2009).  Christian innovation. Regent Global Business Review, 3(1), 16-23. [Download PDF]

Oster, G. (2008).  Derailing design thinking. International Journal of Leadership Studies, 4(1), 107–115. [Download PDF]

Oster, G. (2008). Radical innovation: Risk mitigation techniques. Global CEO, 8(10), 35–41.

Oster, G. (2008). Corporate innovation and the disruptive CEO. Organisations & People (UK), 15(3), 49-54.

Oster, G. (2008). Effective antidotes for innovation antibodies. Effective Executive, 11(10), 33–40.

Oster, G. (2008).  Divining the need: Compensatory behavior of customers. Regent Global Business Review, 2(2), 14-18. [Download PDF]

Oster, G. (2008). Edison’s laboratory: Prototype for the online classroom. Selected Papers for the Nineteenth International Conference on College Teaching & Learning.

Oster, G. (2006).  Roped into learning. In R. Knott (Ed.), College Faith 3 (Anthology), Berrien Springs, MI: Andrews University Press.

Oster, G. (1983). How should we then give? The Banner, 11(23), 16–17.

Oster, G. (1981).  Partners in peril, partners in joy. The Church Herald, 37(9), 15–16.

Oster, G. (1980).  Local business may have money for the asking. American Libraries, 11(6), 373–377.

 

ARTICLES (CO-AUTHOR)


Gandolfi, F. & Oster, G. (2011). The practice of telecommuting: a fresh perspective. Review of International Comparative Management, 12(2), 213-229.

Gandolfi, F. & Oster, G. (2010). How does downsizing impact the innovative capability of a firm? A contemporary discussion with conceptual frameworks.  International Journal of Innovation and Learning, 8(2), 127-148.

Gandolfi, F., & Oster, G. (2009). How does downsizing impact the innovative capability of a firm? A contemporary discussion with conceptual frameworks. International Journal of Innovation and Learning. Accepted for 2010 publication.

Oster, G., & Stone, A. (2009). Requisite values for the new global instructor. Journal of Business and Educational Leadership, 1(1), 94-104.

Gandolfi, F., & Oster, G. (2009). The impact of corporate downsizing on innovation: A preliminary conceptual framework. Sasin Journal of Management, 15(1), 48-70.

Gandolfi, F., & Oster, G. (2009) Sustaining innovation during corporate downsizing. SAM Advanced Management Journal, 74(2), 42-53.

Oster, G., & Patterson, K. (2009). Global economic meltdown: The impact on business schools. MBA Review. 8(8), 26-29.

Gandolfi, F., & Oster, G. (2009). Innovating in an era of downsizing. Ivey Business Journal, 73(4).

Patterson, K., & Oster, G. (2009). The global economic meltdown: Impact on corporate human resources. HRM Review, 9(5), 15-18.


Gandolfi, F., & Oster, G. (2009). The impact of corporate downsizing on innovation: A preliminary conceptual framework. European Academy of Management Conference (EURAM), Liverpool, UK, Conference Proceedings.

Oster, G., & Gandolfi, F. (2008).  Innovation during an era of downsizing. Review of International Comparative Management, 9(5), 125-145.

 

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS


Oster, G. (2012). Innovation & Entrepreneurship (Textbook in Mandarin). 

Oster, G. (2010). The light prize: Perspectives on Christian innovation (book manuscript)

Oster, G. (2009).  Paper prototypes: Innovation in two dimensions. International Journal of Innovation Management (submitted).

Oster, G. (2009). Characteristics of emergent innovation. Journal of Management Development (submitted).

Oster, G. (2009). The scalable mind: Teaching design thinking to business students. Selected Papers for the Twentieth International Conference on College Teaching & Learning (submitted).

Oster, G. (2009). Uncovering invisible innovators. Change This! (in progress).

Oster, G. (2010).  The downside of corporate resilience (in progress).

Oster, G. (2010). Corporate truthtelling (in progress).

Oster, G. (2010).  Learning innovation values through failure analysis (in progress).

PRESENTATIONS/MEDIA


Oster, G. (17 June 2011). Uncovering Underground Innovators. Leadership Beyond Influence (CBN blog). Retrieved from http://blogs.cbn.com.

Stone, A. and Oster, G. (2011). Technology in Higher Education. VTC Summer Institute on College Teaching, Williamsburg, Virginia, The College of William and Mary, June 2011.

Oster, G. (2011). Innovate Yourself! and Helping Innovators to Bloom!, Institute for Cultural Communicators National Conference, Virginia Beach, Virginia, June 2011.

Oster, G. (2010). Innovation & creativity. Impact Seminar Series 2010. School of Business & Leadership, Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia. November, 2010.

Oster, G. (2010). Ten Questions I Should Have Asked Before Beginning to Export. Global Business Conference, Norfolk, Virginia September 2010.

Oster, G. (2010). Innovate yourself! Business Networks International, Virginia Beach, Va., February.

Oster, G. (2009). Teaching successful innovation techniques. National Entrepreneurship Education Forum, Norfolk, VA, November.

Oster, G. (2009). Innovating through the use of prototypes. Regent University School of Business & Leadership Leadership Talks (podcast), 4(6). [Download Podcast]

Oster, G. (2009). Five useful innovation clichés. Students in Free Enterprise (Regent University Chapter), Virginia Beach, VA.

Oster, G. (2009). Emergent innovation. Regent University School of Business & Leadership Leadership Talks (podcast), 4(4). [Download Podcast]

Oster, G. (2009). Innovation & creativity. Impact Seminar Series 2009. School of Business & Leadership, Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA, May.

Oster, G. (2009). Downstream from Babel: Lessons in obedience for modern leaders. Biblical Perspectives in Leadership Roundtable, School of Business & Leadership, Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA, May.


Oster, G. (2009). Poor like me. Council of Graduate Students (Regent University Chapter), Virginia Beach, VA.

Oster, G. (2009). Ideas and innovation. Students in Free Enterprise (Regent University Chapter) Early Entrepreneurs Camp, Virginia Beach, VA.

Oster, G. (2009). Innovating business educators: Requisite values for the new global instructor.  American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences 2009 Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.

Oster, G. (2008). Effective innovation leadership. Doctor of Strategic Leadership residency presentation, School of Business & Leadership, Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA.

Oster, G. (2008). Edison’s laboratory: Prototype for the online classroom. Invited paper presented at The International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, FL.  Received “Award-Winning Conference Paper” Designation. Published in Selected Papers for the Nineteenth International Conference on College Teaching & Learning.

Oster, G. (2008). Teaching innovation values: A failure analysis approach. Invited paper presented at International Technology, Education, and Development Conference - INTED 2008, Valencia, Spain.

Oster, G. (2008).  Ambidextrous organizations: Celebrating the stasis/innovation divide. Invited paper presented at Society for Cross-Cultural Research, New Orleans, LA.

Oster, G. (2008).  Concluding remarks. International Forum on Online Education, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

Oster, G. (2000). Edison's laboratories: A model for future academic libraries. Invited paper presented at Pen, Printing Press, Hypertext: The History and the Future of Learning Technology, Huntington College, Huntington, IN.

Oster, G. (1979). Private funding of public libraries. Invited paper presented at Michigan Library Association Annual Conference, Michigan State Library, Lansing, MI.


INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC STUDY PROGRAMS


Oster, G. (2010). The power of diversity. Impact Seminar Series 2011. School of Business & Leadership, Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia. June, 2011, Hatfield Christian Church, Pretoria, South Africa.

Oster, G. (2010).  Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Under the auspices of the China Association for International Friendly Contact, presented a series of lectures to businessmen, academics, and students in Beijing, Lanzhou, Pingliang, and Tianshui, China

Oster, G. (2009).  Leading from innovation: Enabling and using ingenuity to tackle the crisis. Guest lecturer, Global Leadership Consulting Leadership Forum, Valencia, Venezuela.

Oster, G. (2009).  Leading innovation. Guest lecturer, Colegio de Estudios Superiores de Administración – CESA, Bogotá, Colombia.

Oster, G. (2006-2007). Guatemala – Regent University School of Undergraduate Studies; Upon the invitation of President Oscar Berger, designed and administered two five-session leadership (ethics and transparency) courses, taught to more than 1,500 key officials in federal ministries of the Republic of Guatemala under the auspices of the National Institute of Public Administration (INAP).

Oster, G. (2006). England – Regent University School of Undergraduate Studies; Two-week undergraduate course entitled “Innovation in Britain,” taught primarily at Hertford College, Oxford, which encouraged significant interaction between students, renowned British innovators and innovative corporations in Oxford, London, Bath and other British cities.