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Leadership of the Commons: How Collaboration Is Changing the Governance of Shared Resources and Services Around the World

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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Family members’ emotional attachment limits family firm growth

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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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Can we put zest and purpose back into academic life?

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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Responsible Business Education – Financial Times Showcase

The Financial Times is seeking examples of best practice for a report on Responsible Business Education. Business Schools around the world have until 27 September 2019 to submit details of their leading initiatives in teaching, research, student projects and operations with societal impact. The result will not be a ranking, but a selection of strong examples…

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RSM hosts the first Global Responsible Research Summit

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Contributing to a better world through better research A majority of scholars, academics and deans of business schools agree that it’s vital to create a new research ecosystem centred on credible and useful research. But so far, achievements have been scarce. That’s now changing. The discussion moved from the theoretical to the actual in July…

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Business Schools as Pillars of Trust

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Trust is one of the key themes at the EFMD Annual Conference and it is extremely timely for the business education community to look at this. We are at a point in many parts of the world where it seems there is an increasing lack of trust, as part of rising populism and nationalism. Where…

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Sharing your research with the media

Business schools spend a lot of time talking about combining academic quality with practical application. Ideally, all research from business schools would be both academically rigorous and appealing to practitioners. The reality, of course, is that much research is not that accessible to non-academic audiences. Debra L. Shapiro and Bradley Kirkman in Harvard Business Review…

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IACMR-RRBM Award for Responsible Research in Management

The Second IACMR-RRBM Award for Responsible Research in Management “With Executive Input in Selecting the Winners” Co-sponsored by The International Association for Chinese Management Research and The Community for Responsible Research in Business and Management Announcement of Winners and Finalists  March 10, 2019 The IACMR-RRMB award recognizes excellent scholarship that focuses on important issues for…

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