Business schools are sometimes Schools of Management, Schools of Business and Economics, Faculties of Business and Law, and, now, in a number of cases a School of Business and Society. Increasingly, schools recognise that business cannot be studied in isolation and the same is true of prospective Masters students. The 2020 Tomorrow’s Masters report, published…

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Nowadays, we come across the term “responsible” almost on a daily basis – this might be in relation to the European Commission’s Responsible Research and Innovation approach, the international network on Responsible Research in Business and Management or in the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. But what does responsible mean for doctoral education?…

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Researchers of Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) have created a digital assessment tool and first virtual training program that will help businesses to evaluate capabilities and readiness to operate in the international market and develop competencies needed for this. Target group – CEO and owners of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), startups and prospective entrepreneurs…

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Call for chapter proposals to the new publication exploring leadership in commons until 15 December Editors: Devin Singh, Kathleen Curran, and Randal Joy Thompson Proposal Submission Deadline: 15 December 2019 Anticipated Publication Date: October 2021 – Emerald Group Publishing Complete Submission Information: http://www.ila-net.org/Publications/BLB/cfs1.html Email Submission to: BLBSubmissions@gmail.com with subject line: Chapter Proposal – Leadership of the Commons Questions? …

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Differing levels of family member involvement in senior roles directly affect family businesses’ pursuit of growth strategies. Non-active family members as major shareholders and non-family members on boards and in top management teams will push for profit and encourage growth through their entrepreneurial drive. However, there is less risk-taking from active family members. This is…

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More and more papers in management studies are badly written, use dubious methods (such as p-hacking) to achieve spuriously positive results, and avoid the really big issues facing our discipline and our world. Why is this? My new book offers some explanations and identifies some tentative solutions. Above all, the ‘publish or perish’ mantra is…

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