Book chapters

Rimanoczy, I. (1999) Serving as a Set Advisor/Learning Coach. In M. Marquardt, Action Learning in Action, Palo Alto, CA: Davies Black. p. 209-213. 

Rimanoczy, I (2002) Action Reflection Learning in Latin America. In: Y. Boshyk, (Ed.), Action learning worldwide. NY: Palgrave Macmillan. P. 152-162

Rimanoczy, I. (2002) Action Reflection Learning in Thailand: Defying Cultural Differences. In S. Sankaran, (Ed.) Action Learning and Action Research. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press. p. 229-235

Roberts, P., Rimanoczy, I., & Lassaga, G. (2011). A critical examination of the assumptions, beliefs and ethical considerations that underlie business models of global poverty reduction. In: C. Wankel and S. Malleck (Eds.), Ethical Models and Applications of Globalization. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Rimanoczy, I. (2013). Motivations for social and environmental responsibility. In: F. J.Cavico (Ed.), Corporate Social Responsibility and Leadership: Legal, Ethical, and Practical Considerations for the Global Business Leader. Davie, FL: ILEAD Academy LLC.

Rimanoczy, I. (2013). Management education: How can we develop a generation of business leaders to act for the common good?. In: S. Groeschl (Ed.), Uncertainty, Diversity and the Common Good. Surrey, UK: Gower Publishing Limited.

Rimanoczy, I. (2014). Motivations for social and environmental responsibility. In: F. Cavico, (Ed.), Corporate Social Responsibility and leadership: Legal, ethical and practical considerations for the global business leader. Davie, Florida: ILEAD Academy.

 Rimanoczy, I. (2015) How to become a Big Bang Being. In: O. Laasch and R. N. Conaway (Eds.), Principles for Responsible Management. Cengage Learning.

Laasch, O., Conaway, R. N., Rimanoczy, I., (2015). Principles of Responsible Management: Global Sustainability, Responsibility, and Ethics, 1st Edition. Center for Responsible Management Education and University of Manchester.

Rimanoczy, I.( 2016). A holistic learning approach for responsible management education. In: R. Sunley & J. Leigh (Eds.), Educating for Responsible Management: Putting Theory into Practice (pp. 159-184). Sheffield: Greenleaf Publishing.

Rimanoczy, I. Developing the sustainability mindset. In: J. Arevalo, and S. F. Mitchell, (Eds.) (forthcoming 2017) Handbook of Sustainability in Management Education: In Search of a Multidisciplinary, Innovative and Integrated Approach. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA. USA.

Academic Papers- Articles

Rimanoczy, I. (1999) Action Reflection Learning: Application for Individual Learning .

Rimanoczy, I. (2000) Action Reflection Learning in Latin America. Action Learning News. IFAL. Sept. 2000, Vol. 19, No. 3., p.3-4.

Rimanoczy, I. and Cutler, T. (2002) The Role of Multinational HR Directors: Attitudes and Planning for Crisis. IHRIM Journal. January, Vol.VI, Number 1. P.32-35.

Rimanoczy, I. (2007). Action Reflection Learning: Exploring a learning methodology. Academy of Human Resource Development International Conference. Indianapolis, IN: February.

Roberts, P., Rimanoczy, I., and Drizin, B. (2007). Principles and Elements of Action Reflection Learning. MiL Concepts 1/2007

Rimanoczy, I. (2007). Action Reflection Learning: A learning methodology based on common sense. Industrial and Commercial Training. Vol. 39, No. 1

Rimanoczy, I. (2007) Action Learning and Action Reflection Learning: Are they different?

Industrial and Commercial Training, Vol. 39, No. 3 and 4

Rimanoczy, I. and Brown, C. (2008)’Bringing Action Reflection Learning into action learning’,

Action Learning: Research and Practice, 5:2,185 — 192

Rimanoczy, I. and Turner,E.(2008). Developing High Performing Teams. T+D August, 2008,30-33

Marsick, V., Coghlan, D., Vince, R., Maltbia, T., Rimanoczy, I., Ferguson, J. (2009). Engaging

Action Learning and Its Scholarship to Make a Difference for Social Sustainability. Proceedings AoM 2009

Rimanoczy, I., & Pearson, T. (2010). Role of HR in the new world of sustainability. Industrial and Commercial Training. Vol. 42, No.1, pp. 11-17

Rimanoczy, I. (2014). A matter of being: Developing sustainability-minded leaders. Journal of Management for Global Sustainability, 2(1), 95-122

Cavico, F. J., Mujtaba, B. G., Nonet, G., Rimanoczy, I., and Samuel, M. (2015). Developing a legal, Ethical, and Socially Responsible Mindset for Business Leadership. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 2(6), 09-26. Available at:

Kassel, K., Rimanoczy, I., and Mitchell (2016). The Sustainable Mindset: Connecting Being, Thinking, and Doing in Management Education,  PDW  Academy of Management Conference.


  • Author Scholarship Sven Ake Nilsson for the contribution to knowledge development and scientific innovation. October 2005. Klippan, Sweden
  • Paper: Sustainability Mindset Model Connecting Being, Thinking, and Doing in Management Education, Rimanoczy, I., Mitchell, Shelley., Kassel, Kerul., won S.AGE/Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies Junior Faculty Best Paper Award for the most significant contribution to management education by a Junior Faculty authorship team (Anaheim, CA) (Management Education and Development (MED) Divisional Paper Session, 2016 Academy of Management Conference).