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Steven Pyser


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Steven Pyser

Title: Assistant Professor (Teaching/Instructional Track)
Department: Human Resources Management

Office: Alter Hall 403m
Phone: 215.204.4281
E-mail: snpyser@temple.edu

Steven N. Pyser leads the Pyser Group, specializing in ethics, leadership development, corporate governance and sustainability strategies. He created a solutions-based model by leveraging his business knowledge and litigation experience in high-stakes jury trials. The paradigm uses critical and systems thinking, decision making and Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM) approaches. Professor Pyser is an active researcher who has taught in higher education with distinction. His writings include ancillaries for Law and Ethics in the Business Environment (2009), refereed journal articles, reports, chapters in edited books and op-eds. Internationally recognized as a public participation and facilitation expert, his work is cited by authoritative sources such as the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat and The Ministry of Social Development of New Zealand.     Committed to research, writing and editing excellence, he has been a reviewer, member of editorial boards, associate editor and editor.

The Caux Round Table (CRT) has announced that Steven N. Pyser, J.D., Assistant Professor (Practice), Department of Human Resource Management has been appointed a Caux Round Table Fellow. The CRT Principles for Business are a worldwide vision for ethical and responsible corporate behavior and serve as a foundation for action for business leaders. In this Fellowship role, he will conduct innovative research and analysis to design intellectual strategies, management tools and practices to strengthen private enterprise and public governance to improve global community.