Publications

Some results of my scholarly and professional work have been put into the following publications:

  • McNally, J.J., Mengel, T., Welsh, D.H.B., Tantawy, M., Piperopoulos, P. & Papageorgiadis, N. (2017).  Assessing the impact of social entrepreneurship course syllabi on attitude formation. Peer reviewed proceedings of the Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Conference, Lund, Sweden, November 16-17, 2017.
  • Mengel, T., Tantawy, M. & McNally, J. (Forthcoming). Social entrepreneurship education in Canada: passion and practice.  in: Wielemaker, M., &  Sharma, B. (Forthcoming; eds.). Entrepreneurship: Practice and Passion. Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Tantawy, M., McNally, J.J., Mengel, T., Welsh, D.H.B., & Piperopoulos, P. (2017). Social entrepreneurship education on a global scale: Where do we stand and what lies ahead? Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, The Strategy Division, Montréal, Québec, May 29 to June 1, 2017.
  • Mengel, T., & Tantawy, M. (2017). Taking Social Entrepreneurship Education (SEE) to the next level – Case Study: Renaissance College. Poster Presentation at the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Annual Conference, Halifax, June 21, 2017. > Download Poster <
  • Mengel, T., & Tantawy, M. (2017). Taking Social Entrepreneurship Education (SEE) to the next level – Case Study: Renaissance College. Presentation at the Leadership and Diversity Conference, Centre for Leadership Excellence, Faculty of Business, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, June 16-17, 2017.
  • Mengel, T., & Tantawy, M. (2016). Taking social entrepreneurship education at RC to the next level. Presentation at the 2016 Kaleidoscope. University of New Brunswick, December 7, 2016.
  • Mengel, T. (2016). “Back to the future” – An emerging model of post-contemporary leadership. Presentation at the Atlantic Business School Conference 2016. Saint Mary’s University, Sobey School of Bussines. Oct 21-23.
  • Mengel, T. (2016). In Cahoots – Out-Group members or the small print about side effects. Presentation at the Association of Atlantic Universities Teaching Showcase 2016. Saint John, NB, October 15, 2016.
  • Mengel, T., Tantawy, M. & McNally, J. (2016). Social entrepreneurship education in Canada: passion and practice. The Workplace Review: Sobey School of Business, St. Mary’s University, Halifax. April 2016 issue, p. 57-70.
  • Mengel, T. (2014). Review – Global Philosophy: What Philosophy Ought to Be by Nicholas Maxwell. Metapsychology Online Reviews 18(1). Accessed December 30, 2014. http://metapsychology.mentalhelp.net/poc/view_doc.php?type=book&id=7312&cn=394 > View online <
  • Thomas, J. & Mengel, T. (2014). Preparing project managers to deal with complexity – Advanced project management education. Engineering Management Review, IEEE. Vol. 42, Iss. 1 (2014) 57-72.
  • Mengel, T. (2014). Project Management Ethics: Responsibility, Values and Ethics in Project Environments. in: Dinsmore, P.  & Cabanis-Brewin, J. (ed.; 4th edition). The AMA Handbook of Project Management. New York: American Management Association. p. 203-212.
  • Mengel, T. (2014). Assessment of Student Motivation and Learning. Association of Atlantic Universities. (2014). Proceedings of the 2013 AAU Teaching Showcase, Sackville, NB. p. 96-109. >Download proceedings<
  • Mengel, T. (2013). Teaching Journal – Reintroducing Learning into Teaching. Presentation at the 2013 Kaleidoscope. University of New Brunswick, December 5, 2013.
  • Mengel, T. (2013). Coaching for resilience – Leadership development utilizing concepts of meaning and motivation. Conference proceedings of peer reviewed presentation at the International Leadership Association Global Conference, Montreal, November 1, 2013.
  • Mengel, T. (2012). ‘High Potential’ Can Be Deceiving – Utilizing the Reiss Motivational Profile® in HR and Leadership Development. FMI*IGF JOURNAL VOLUME 23, NO. 3. P. 10-12. >Download article<
  • Mengel, T. (2012). Spiritual Intelligence in Higher Education – adding a ‘third’ dimension. Antistasis 2(1): 33-35. >Download article<
  • Mengel, T. (2012). Value or Vise – Project Management Implementation at a Canadian Research Institute. Journal of Global Business Administration 4(1):69-84. >Download article<
  • Mengel, T. (2012). Leading with ’emotianal’ intelligence – Existential and Motivational Analysis in leadership and leadership development. Journal on Educational Psychology 5(4):17-25. >Download article<
  • Mengel, T. (2011). Living, Learning, Leadership – Motivation in the Context of Identity Development of Undergraduate Students. Presentation at the third annual conference of the World Society of Motivation Scientists and Professionals, October 5 – 6, 2011, in Vienna.
  • Mengel, T. (2011). Existential and Motivational Analysis (EMotiAn) – The Case of Sam Someone. Presentation at the third annual conference of the World Society of Motivation Scientists and Professionals, October 5 – 6, 2011, in Vienna.
  • Mengel, T. (2011). Value or Vise? – Project Management Implementation at a Canadian Research Institute. Peer reviewed presentation at the 1st International Congress on Project Management of the Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO) entitled “New Frontiers of Project Management”, in Gatineau-Ottawa, 27-29 May 2011.
  • Mengel, T. (2011). “I love to study!”…”Well, I don’t!” – Motivational Analysis and Student Learning. Presentation at the 2011 UNB Mosaic Spring Teaching and Learning Technologies Showcase.
  • Mengel, T. (2010). Learning that matters – Discovery of meaning and development of wisdom in undergraduate education. Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching (CELT), Vol. III, June 2010, p. 119-123. >Download article<
  • Mengel, T. (2010). Getting hooked early on – Motivating student learning in first year courses and beyond. AAU Teaching Showcase Proceedings 2009, p. 69-77. >Download article<
  • Mengel, T. (2010). Motivating Student Learning through Existential, Motivational & Learning Style Analysis. Presentation at the 2010 UNB Kaleidoscope Teaching and Learning Technologies Showcase.
  • Mengel, T. (2010). Motivation 2.0: The Existential and Motivational Analysis – Engaging Students in Meaningful Leadership Learning. Global conference of the International Leadership Association, Boston, 2010. Conference proceedings.
  • Mengel, T. (2010). “First lead yourself” – Application of the DiSC, MBTI, and Reiss profiles in a Canadian undergraduate leadership education context. Accepted for pres-entation at the second annual conference of the World Society of Motivation Scientists and Professionals, Indianapolis, September 15 and 16, 2010. Conference proceedings.
  • Mengel, T. (2010). Follow-up Study: The Value of Project Management to the National Research Council Canada – Institute for Information Technology (NRC-IIT): A Research Report. Submitted to NRC-IIT in December 2010.
  • Ritch, S., Mengel, T. (2009). Guiding Questions: Guidelines for Leadership Education Programs. Journal of Leadership Education. Volume 8, Issue 1, Summer 2009. p. 216-227.
  • Mengel, T. (2009). Knowledge and wisdom in leadership education – From making a living to making a life. Presentation at the Association of Leadership Educators Conference. July 14, 2009. Conference Proceedings.
  • Mengel, T. (2009). Undergraduate Leadership Education at the University of New Brunswick – A Review of Various Leadership Program Initiatives. Presentation at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 2009 Conference. Management Education Division. Symposium on Leadership Education in Canada: Enhancing Individual and Organization Capacity for Leadership. June 7, 2009. Conference proceedings.
  • Mengel, T. (2008). The Value of Project Management to the National Research Council Canada – Institute for Information Technology (NRC-IIT): A Research Report. Submitted to NRC-IIT in August 2008.
  • Mengel, T., Cowan-Sahadath, K., & Follert, F. (2009). The Value of Project Management to Organizations in Canada and Germany, or Do Values Add Value? – Five Case Studies. Journal of Project Management. 40(1): p. 28-41.
  • Mengel, T. (2009). Learning that matters – Discovery of meaning and development of wisdom in undergraduate education. Presentation at the Society of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Conference, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, June 10-13, 2009.
  • Mengel, T. (2009). Wisdom, Values and Meaning – Critical Elements of Leadership in Complex Environments. Paper presented at the Canadian Jacques Maritain Association conference on “Sustaining Ethical Leadership: Interdisciplinary Conversations” as part of the Canadian Federation of the Humanities and Social Sciences’ Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ottawa, Carleton University, May 26-27, 2009.
  • Mengel, T., Holton, J., St. Clair, R. (2009). Ethical issues in conducting practitioner and community-based research. Presentation at the Symposium of the Adult Learning Knowledge Centre, Canadian Council on Learning, Montreal, June 8-10.
  • Mengel, T. (2008). “Man’s Search for Meaning” – Viktor E. Frankl’s Legacy for Leadership and Leadership Education. Conference proceedings of the Global conference of the International Leadership Association, Los Angeles, 2008.
  • Couturier, C. & Mengel, T. (2008). Mental Models in Youth Leadership Studies. Academic Exchange Quarterly. Summer 2008. Volume 12, Issue 2, p. 195-199.
  • Mengel, T. & Cowan-Sahadath, K. (2008). The Value of Project Management to Canadian Government Organizations or Do Values Add Value? First Findings of Two Case Studies. Project Management Institute (PMI) Research Conference 2008, Warsaw. Conference proceedings.
  • Mengel, T. (2008). Outcome-based project management education for emerging leaders – A case study of teaching and learning project management. International Journal of Project Management, 26 (2008), 275-285. >Download article<
  • Thomas, J. & Mengel, T. (2008). Teaching that takes Complexity Seriously: Developing the master project manager. International Journal of Project Management, 26 (2008), 304-315.
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  • Mengel, T. (2008). Behavioural Theories of Leadership. in: Gosling, J. and Marturano, A. (eds.) (2008). Key Concepts in Leadership Studies. Milton Park, Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge, 11-15.
  • Mengel, T. (2008). Motivation. in: Gosling, J. and Marturano, A. (eds.) (2008). Key Concepts in Leadership Studies. Milton Park, Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge, 111-114.
  • Mengel, T. (2007). Thinking, writing, doing – Teaching and learning How to do a student project. Peer reviewed presentation at the 11th Dalhousie Conference on University Teaching and Learning. Available online at: >Download presentation<
  • Mengel, T., Zundel, P. (2007). Leadership Education With A Vision: University of New Brunswick’s Leadership School. The Member Connector. International Leadership Association. January 2007. p. 11-12. >Download article<
  • Mengel, T. (2007). Leadership Development for Complex Environments – Helping Create a Meaningful Future. fmi – Financial Management Institute of Canada – Journal, 19(01), 13-15.
  • Zundel, P., & Mengel, T. (2007). The University of New Brunswick’s Renaissance College: Curricular evolution and assessment at the faculty level. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 2007 (112), 69-82.
  • Valk, J., & Mengel, T. (2007). Knowing Self and Others: Sustainable Leadership Education. Peer reviewed presentation at the International Leadership Association Global Conference in Vancouver, Oct 31, 2007. Published in conference proceedings.
  • Mengel, T. (2006). From making a living to making a life – Leadership development revisited. i-Managers Journal on Management. Vol. 1, No. 2 (September-November 2006). p. 35-41.
  • Mengel, T. (2006) Leading into the future? – A review of Renaissance College’s leadership curriculum. In: Hoyle, J., Nelson, P., Pitts N. L. (eds.) (2006). Atlantic Universities Teaching Showcase 2005. Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Truro, NS. p. 177-93.
  • Mengel, T., Haggerty, T., Joyce, M., Valk, J. (2006). Teaching and Learning at the Crossroads – Renaissance College’s (UNB) Undergraduate Degree Program in Interdisciplinary Leadership Studies. 8th Annual Conference of the International Leadership Association. Conference proceedings.
  • Zundel, P., Bishop, M., Carr, M., Clarke, G., Colford, J. A., Mengel, T. et al. (2006). Renaissance College: Outcomes-Based Learning at a Whole Program Level. Award winning paper for the Alan Blizzard Award 2006. Society of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE).  >Download article<
  • Mengel, T. (2006). Project Management Ethics: Responsibility, Values and Ethics in Project Environments. in: Dinsmore, P. (ed.). The AMA Handbook of Project Management. New York: American Management Association. p. 227-235.

  • Mengel, T. (2006). Values and Voices at Renaissance College: The Story of the Vision Quest and Learning Journey at UNB’s Leadership School. In A. Hajek & E. Noseworthy (Eds.), Atlantic Universities’ Teaching Showcase 2006. Memorial University of Newfoundland. From Vision to Voice: The New Story of Teaching and Learning p. 69-87. Halifax, NS: Association of Atlantic Universities.
  • Mengel, T. (2005). Wisdom and Knowledge. Leadership in Balance. International Network on Personal Meaning. Positive Living E-Zine, June 7, 2005
  • Jugdev, K., Markowski, C., Mengel, T. (2004). Using the Debate as a Teaching Tool in the Online Classroom. in: Online Classroom 10/2004, p. 4-7.
  • Thomas, J., Mengel, T., Andres, N. (2004). Surfing on the Edge of Chaos – Developing the Master Project Manager. PMI Global Conference 2004 – North America. Conference proceedings.
  • Mengel, T., Thomas, J. (2004). From Know-How to Know-Why – A Three Dimensional Model of Project Management Knowledge. PMI Global Conference 2004 – North America. Conference proceedings.

  • Mengel, T. (2004). From Responsibility to Values-Oriented Leadership – 6 Theses on Meaning and Values in Personal Life and Work Environments. International Network on Personal Meaning. Positive Living E-Zine, August 11, 2004
  • Mengel, T. (2004). Supplementary Elements of a Comprehensive Existential Psychology: A Response to Paul T.P. Wong’s editorial, Existential Psychology for the 21st Century. International Journal of Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy, 1, p. 107-108.
  • Mengel, T. (2003). Effective Leadership: Concepts, Elements and Tools. Admin 470 F50 Contemporary Topics in Administration: School of Public Administration. Victoria: University of Victoria.
  • Mengel, T. (2003). Der Deutsche Katholik in Kanada – The Mentality of German-Speaking Catholics in Canada. In: Antor, H., Brown, S., Considine, J., Stierstorfer, K. (eds.). Refractions of Germany in Canadian Culture and Literature, de Gruyter: Berlin, New York. p. 105-120.

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