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Stewart Friedman

Practice Professor of Management

Director, Wharton Work/Life Integration Project

Research Interests: work/life integration, leadership development, dynamics of change

Links: CV, Work/Life Integration Project, Twitter @StewFriedman, Total Leadership, HBR Blog

  • Stewart Friedman (2015), Helping Fathers Flourish in All Parts of Their Lives, Flourishing in Life Work and Careers
  • Stewart Friedman (2015), Journal of Management Development, Journal of Managment Development, 34, 299 - 315.
  • Stewart Friedman (2014), Implications of the Revolution in Work and Family, Reinventing the Company in the Digital Age
  • Stewart Friedman (2008), Be a better leader, have a richer life, Harvard Business Review
  • Stewart Friedman (2006), Learning to lead in all domains of life, American Behavioral Scientist, In D. F. Halpern and H. R. Riggio (Editors), Changes at the Intersection of Work and Family, (Special Issue), May, 49(9), 1270-1297.    Abstract
  • Stewart Friedman (2005), Four studies of executives helping employees align their actions and values, The International Journal of Leadership Education, 1 (1): 29-30.  
  • Stewart Friedman, Paul Olk (2004), Varieties of CEO succession, Global CEO, March, 41-51.    Abstract
  • Stewart Friedman, Sharon Lobel (2003), The Happy Workaholic: a role model for employees, Academy of Management Executive, 17 (3): 87-98.    Abstract