Professor Zakhem’s teaching and research interests are in applied ethics, with a specialization in business and organizational ethics. Dr. Zakhem’s work reflects his academic expertise in ethics and his professional experience as an executive manager and senior management consultant. His more recent publications include the following articles: "Kierkegaard and Leadership, a Radical Reappraisal," Business Ethics Journal Review, (2016), vol. 4; "The Virtues of a Good Fight: an Ethical Analysis of Fighting in the NHL," Sport, Ethics, and Philosophy (2015) 9:1, 32-46; "Can Management have Multi-Fiduciary Obligations?" Handbook of Research on Business Ethics and Corporate Responsibilities (IGI Global, 2015), 1-15; and "Organizational Ethics Programs and the Need for Stakeholder Discourse," Journal of Business Theory and Practice (2013) 1:2, 285-301. His book Managing for Organizational-Ethical Integrity: Principles and Processes for Promoting Good, Right, and Virtuous Conduct (Business Expert Press, 2012) was selected by the editors of the Harvard Business Review to complement their case study approach to management.
- Ph.D., Purdue University
- B.A., Eastern Michigan University
- Business Ethics course featured at the 2008 NJ Edge Best Faculty Practices Showcase
- Awarded University Research Council Summer Stipend 2008
- Awarded Faculty Innovation Grant in 2007