Reginald G. Worthley

Reginald G. Worthley
  • Professor Emeritus of Information Technology Management

Room

BusAd D-311a

Phone

(808) 956-8536

Academic Background

  • PhD Statistics, Kansas State University, 1969
  • MS Statistics, Kansas State University, 1967
  • BA Mathematics, University of Maine, 1965

Research Interests

  • Survey Research
  • International Business

Selected Publications

Brislin, R. Mac Nab, B. Worthley, R. National Homogeneity versus Regional Specificity: An examination of the Canadian cultural mosaic and whistleblowing, Canadian Journal of Regional Science, Accepted with Revisions, Summer 2007.

Mac Nab, B. Worthley, R. Self-efficacy as an intrapersonal predictor for internal whistleblowing: A U. S. and Canada examination, Journal of Business Ethics, with Brent Mac Nab, Accepted with Revisions, Forthcoming 2007.

Brislin, R. Mac Nab, B. Worthley, R. Others. Culture and Ethics Management: Whistle Blowing and Internal Reporting Within a NAFTA Country Context”, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, Vol 7, Issue 1, 2007.

Jenner, S. Brislin, R. Mac Nab, B. Worthley, R. Cultural Change in the United States, Canada, and Mexico”, Journal of International Business and Economy, Vol. 7, No. 1, Fall 2006, 67-86.

Kelley, L. Mac Nab, B. Worthley, R. Evolving Organizational Practices and Cultural Tendencies in the Hong Kong and Taiwan Banking Industries”, Journal of International Management 12(2006) 67-84.

Brislin, R. Mac Nab, B. Worthley, R. Cultural Intelligence: Understanding Behaviors that Serve People’s Goals”, Group and Organization Management, 2006:31, 100-123.

Brislin, R. Mac Nab, B. Worthley, R. Others. Evolving Perceptions of Japanese Workplace Motivation; An Employee - Manager Comparison, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, Volume 5, No. 1, 2005.

Kelley, L. Mac Nab, B. Worthley, R. Adaptability and change in Japanese management practice: A longitudinal inquiry into the banking industry – through the bubble economy and beyond”, Advances in International Management, Volume 17, 3-30, 2005.