Faculty & Staff
Benyamin B. Lichtenstein, PhD
Faculty Affiliate, Center for Social Policy
Associate Professor in Management
Areas of Expertise
Entrepreneurship and Small Business; Clean-Tech – Sustainability – Social Entrepreneurship; Organizational Change and Transformation; Leadership.
PhD, Boston College, 1998
BA, University of California at Santa Cruz, 1988
Professional Publications & Contributions
- Complexity and the Nexus of Leadership: Leveraging Nonlinear Science to Create Ecologies of Innovation; 2010. J. Goldstein, J. Hazy & B. Lichtenstein. N.Y.: Palgrave MacMillan Press.
- Complex Systems Leadership Theory. 2007. J. Hazy, J. Goldstein & B. Lichtenstein, Editors. Boston, MA: ISCE Press. [21 Chapters].
- A Terminal Assessment of Stages Theory: Introducing a Dynamic States Approach to Entrepreneurship;2010. J. Levie & B. Lichtenstein. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 34 (2): 314-351
- The Leadership of Emergence: A Complex Systems Leadership Theory of Emergence at Successive Organizational Levels; 2009. B. Lichtenstein & D. Plowman. The Leadership Quarterly, 20: 617-630.
- Strategic, Political, and Cultural Aspects of IT Implementation: Improving the Efficacy of an IT System in a Large Hospital; 2009. C. Wurster [MBA Student, UMass Boston], B. Lichtenstein and T. Hogeboom [MBA Student, UMass Boston]. Journal of Health Care Management, 54 (3): 191-207
- Complexity Dynamics Of Nascent Entrepreneurship. 2007. B. Lichtenstein, N. Carter, K. Dooley & B. Gartner. Journal of Business Venturing, 22: 236-261.
- Collaborating for Systemic Change; 2007. P. Senge, B. Lichtenstein, K. Kaeufer, H. Bradbury & J. Carroll. Sloan Management Review, 48 (2): 44-53.
Center for Social Policy
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University of Massachusetts Boston
100 Morrissey Blvd.