moral developmentmoral behaviorcrisis management operationsorganizational designvirtue ethicsMilitary organization
Liesbeth Gulpers, MA, is a PhD-student and teacher at the Institute for Management Research at Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
She received her MA in Humanistics from the University for Humanistics in Utrecht, the Netherlands in 2007. Her current research focuses on organizational conditions for moral behavior and moral development, especially in the military. Combining on Aristotelian virtue ethics and sociotechnical systems theory, she develops a theory on divisions of labour supporting moral functioning. In addition, she is interested in moral injury and moral luck.
Her teachings focus on ethics in organizations. In addition, she teaches systems theory, knowledge management, academic skills and research ethics. She provides workshops on qualitative data analysis using Atlas.
Encouraging moral military behaviour through the infrastructural design of the military organization
Maarssen, CPTS, (2010), 44-65
Institute for Management Research, Radboud University Nijmegen