This special issue of IJM calls for papers that demonstrate the scholarly output of responsible science in management. For the purpose of this call we define responsible science as managerially relevant research producing credible and reliable knowledge that is either of direct or indirectly useful for addressing problems important to organisations and society. Philosophical considerations in management research have typically… Continue Reading.
Recent news headlines and political discourse underscore the relevance and salience of incivility in our everyday lives and workplaces. Incivility seems to permeate our work lives, manifesting in experiences such as being ignored or disregarded, being excluded from professional opportunities, or having your judgement unfairly questioned over a matter for which you are responsible (Andersson & Pearson, 1999). Research over… Continue Reading.
In 2018, Norwich University will host the 10th Action Learning Action Research and 14th Participatory Action World Congress, June 17 – 20, 2018 in Northfield, Vermont, USA. Proposals are invited on the theme of: The Action Learning Action Research Legacy for Transforming Social Change: Individuals, Professionals, and Communities’ Developments, Organizational Advancements, and Global Initiatives.
As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Developing Leadership Capacity Conference (DLCC), the topic of leadership learning seems to be as important as ever with an increased level of research interest and increased levels of investment (see Day et al., 2014; Edwards et al., 2013 and Mabey, 2013 for recent reviews). This popularity of leadership learning and development has… Continue Reading.
Recent development of Internet-based digital technologies has revealed a huge potential of developing open, collaborative and network-centred Innovation. However firms face major challenges in using such new technologies for rapid prototyping, data-mining, simulation, visualization, etc. to support their Open Innovation strategies. Responding to the need for further conceptual and empirical research on technology-enhanced open innovation, this book reveals knowledge on… Continue Reading.
The creative industries comprise “industries supplying goods and services that we broadly associate with cultural, artistic, or simply entertainment value” (Caves, 2002: 1) and are typically taken to include architecture and design, film, television, video, radio and publishing, fine arts, music and the performing arts, software and computer gaming, advertising and crafts (DCMS, 2001). In the last two decades, the… Continue Reading.