Associate Professor of Management and Master's Program Coordinator, Business Administration and Business Administration in Aviation Management
Management, Marketing and Operations Department
Daytona College of Business
Daytona Beach campus

Office Hours

<br>Mo/Fr: 10:00 am to 10:30 am and 11:30 am to 13:30 pm <br>We: 11:30 am to 13:00 pm <br>Tu/Th: 14:00 pm to 15:30 pm <br> <br>or by appointment

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration, University of Central Florida
  • M.B.A. - Master of Business Administration in Business Administration, University of Central Florida
  • B.S. - Bachelor of Science in General Business, University of Central Florida

  • BA 520: Org Behavior Thry App in Aviat
  • BA 699: Special Topics in Bus Admin
  • HON 350: Honors Seminar III


Social Responsibility and Ethical Management (BA 325)
Organizational Behavior (BA 317)
Organizational Behavior Theory Applications in Aviation (BA 520)



Arnaud, A. (forthcoming). Conceptualizing and Measuring Ethical Work Climate: Development and Validation of the Ethical Climate Index (ECI). Business & Society.

Arnaud, A. and Sekerka, L.E. (forthcoming). Positively ethical: The establishment of innovation in support of sustainability. International Journal of Sustainable Strategic Management.

Arnaud, A. and Rhoades, D. (2008). Creating a climate for long-term ecological and organizational sustainability. In E.N. Laboy-Nieves,F.C. Schaffner, A.H. Abdelhadi & M.F.A. Goosen (Eds.), Environmental Management, Sustainable Development and Human Health. Chapter 11, 133-144. AK Leiden, The Netherlands, CRC Press/Balkema.

Ambrose, M.L., Arnaud, A., and Schminke, M. (2008). Individual moral development and ethical climate: The influence of person-organization fit on job attitudes. Journal of Business Ethics, 77, 3, 323-334.

Schminke, M., Arnaud, A., and Kuenzi, M. (2007). The power of ethical work climates. Organizational Dynamics, 36, 2, 171-186.

Arnaud, A., and Schminke, M. (2007) Ethical work climate: A weather report and forecast. In S. W. Gilliland, D. D. Steiner, & D. P. Skarlicki (Eds.), Research in Social Issues in Management, Volume 5: Managing Social and Ethical Issues in Organizations. Chapter 6, 181-227. Greenwich, Ct: IAP.

Ambrose, M. L., and Arnaud, A. (2005). Are procedural justice and distributive justice conceptually distinct? In J. Greenberg and J. Colquitt (Eds.) The handbook of organizational justice: Fundamental questions about fairness in the workplace. (pp. 59-84). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Schminke, M., and Arnaud, A. (2004). Organizational justice. In J. M. Burns, G. R. Goethals, & G. J. Sorenson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Leadership. (pp. 1124-1129). Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing.

Uhl-Bien, M., Arnaud, A., and Deluga, R. (2001). A study of preferred leadership styles in Germany: Charismatic leaders beware! In P. Norton (Ed.) Research in Urban Economics: Leadership and innovation in the new economy, Vol. 13. (pp.97-126). Amsterdam: Elsevier Publishing.

PROCEEDINGS
Arnaud, A. (2006). Conceptualizing and Measuring Ethical Work Climate: Development and Validation of the Ethical Climate Index (ECI). Best Paper Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.


Social Responsibility and Ethical Management (Undergraduate)
Course in ethics focusing on stakeholder management, corporate social responsibility, and behavioral ethics.

Organizational Behavior and Development (Graduate/Undergraduate)
Course in organizational behavior focusing on the development of effective management skills.

Cornerstone course (Undergraduate)
Course teaching fundamental management and human relations skills. The course focuses on the development of teamwork skills, communication skills, creative thinking skills and adapting to change skills.

International Management (Undergraduate)
Course covering concepts important to the operation of a business in the international environment such as the cultural context for international management, global trade and investment environment, and strategy and structure of international business.

Human Resources Management (Undergraduate)
Course covering basic human resources management skills such as the organizational legal, social, and labor environment of human resources management.


AWARDS
Outstanding Faculty Award: College of Business, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (2009). Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Fl.

William H. Newman Award: for Outstanding Paper Based on a Dissertation (2006). Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.

Finalist at the Excellence in Ethics Dissertation Proposal Competition (2004). University of Notre Dame, Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide.