Kent W. Seibert

A.B. Kenyon College
M.A. University of Minnesota
M.A. I. R. University of Minnesota
D.B.A. Boston University

Teaching Areas
Management, leadership, human resource management, organizational behavior, small business management

Selected Recent Research
"Preparing for the rookie year: Lessons from those who have gone before."  Paper accepted by the refereed Christian Business Academy Review, July 2010.

"Work’s newest danger:  Resisting rest."  Faith + Ideas, 3(8), April 2010.

"Faith of our fathers:  Contemporary lessons from historical Christians on integrating faith and business."  Paper accepted by the Journal of Biblical Integration in Business, August 2010.

"Tales from the first year:  Believers beginning in business."  Best Pedagogical Paper Award, the Christian Business Faculty Association national conference, Siloam Springs, AK, October, 2009.

"Business in God’s purposes: The role of business-NGO-government collaboration in alleviating poverty."  Consultation co-convener and session facilitator, A Global Consultation on the Place of Business in God’s Purposes, Wheaton College, October, 2009.

"Let there be light: Faith and whaling in Nantucket’s glowing age." Working manuscript, Wheaton College, 2007.

The Role of Reflection in Managerial Learning:  Theory, Research and Practice, Westport, CT:  Quorum Books, 2005, 1999 (With M. W. Daudelin).

Academy of Management
Christian Business Faculty Association
Executive Development Roundtable

Contact Information
Department of Economics & Business

Kent Seibert


Preparing for the Rookie Year (PDF)
Lessons from Christians' First Year in the Business World