Scott conducts research on Meaning in Work, Leadership, and Higher Education. His Ph.D. thesis was entitled, Towards an Existential Approach to the Meaning of Work (2009).
MacMillan, S. (2003). The Big Game: Ten Strategies for Winning at Life. Minnesota: Llewellyn Publishing. (Also published in Spanish, French, Indonesian, Portuguese, and Russian)
Academic Activities and Publications:
- MacMIllan, S. (2016). “The YMCA in Canada: Towards a new organizational paradigm,” Association for Nonprofit & Social Economy Research Conference, Calgary, AB.
- MacMillan, S. & Yue, A. (2014). Critical thinking in the globalized business classroom: The Existential imperative. Global Review: Teaching Business in the Global Century, 1(2), 33-56.
- Yue, A & MacMillan, S. (2013). Canadian perspectives on global careers, in C. Reis and Baruch. Critical Perspectives on Global Careers. New York: Routledge.
- MacMillan, S; Yue, A.R. & Mills, A.J. (2012). Both how and why: Considering existentialism as a philosophy of work and management. Philosophy of Management, 11(3), 27-46.
- MacMillan, S. & Yue, A. (2012). Finding meaning through work: Untangling the braided discourses. Workplace Review, November, 28-49.
- MacMillan, S. & Yue, A. (2012). “Understanding work-life balance through existentialism”, Atlantic Schools of Business Conference, Halifax, NS.
- MacMillan, S. (2011). Meaning in work: An existential critique of the discourse of callings. Workplace Review, July, 56-71.
- MacMillan, S. & Yue, A. (2011). “Finding meaning through work: Untangling the braided discourses,” Atlantic Schools of Business Conference, Charlottetown, PEI.
- MacMillan, S. (2011). “Towards a new leadership paradigm: The YMCA in Canada,” Sustainable Community Business Conference, Sydney, NS.
- MacMillan, S. (2011). “The future of work: Jobs, careers, callings?” Canadian Industrial Relations Association Conference, Fredericton, NB.
- MacMillan, S. (2010). “Meaning in work: An existential critique of the discourse of callings,” Atlantic Schools of Business Conference, Halifax, NS.
- Bygrave, C., & MacMillan, S. (2008). Spirituality and the workplace: A wake-up call from the American Dream. Journal of Workplace Rights, 13(1).
- MacMillan, S. (2006). “Motivation” in A. Mills, J. Helms Mills, C. Forshaw, and J. Bratton, Organizational Behaviour in a Global Context. Aurora: Garamond Press.
- MacMillan, S. (2006). “Existentialism, spirituality and work: Toward a paradigm of authenticity,” Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, GA.
- Weatherbee, T.; Dye, K.; MacMillan, S. & Vladi, N. (2005). “The state of Canadian management research: A question of measurement,” Atlantic Schools of Business Conference, Halifax, NS.
- MacMillan, S. & A. Mills. (2002). “Existentialism, the individual, and management theory: Some preliminary thoughts,” Atlantic Schools of Business Conference, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, NS.