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Arts Entrepreneurship: Education, Theory, and Practice  

Joe Roberts

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Jun 2020
There are no clear definitions of entrepreneurship and art. It is therefore difficult to explain and theorize arts entrepreneurship education. Here, what artists think about these issues in ... More

A Stakeholder Perspective: Origins and Core Concepts  

Pernille Eskerod

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Jun 2020
Organizations (whether they are permanent or temporary) have stakeholders, that is, individuals and groups that can affect or be affected by the organization’s activities and achievements. ... More

Aversive Racism: Foundations, Impact, and Future Directions  

Audrey Murrell

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Jun 2020
The concept of aversive racism has had a significant impact on theory, research, and practice devoted to better understanding bias, discrimination, and persistent disparities based on ... More

Governance in Digital Open Innovation Platforms  

Likoebe Maruping and Yukun Yang

Open innovation is defined as an approach to innovation that encourages a broad range of participants to engage in the process of identifying, creating, and deploying novel products or ... More

Innovation Challenges  

Yao Sun and Ann Majchrzak

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May 2020
Starting from early 21st century, companies increasingly use open innovation challenges to generate creative solutions to business problems. This revolution in business models and ... More

Innovation Ecosystems in Management: An Organizing Typology  

Llewellyn D. W. Thomas and Erkko Autio

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May 2020
The concept of an “ecosystem” is increasingly used in management and business to describe collectives of heterogeneous, yet complementary organizations who jointly create some kind of ... More

Managing Team Diversity in the Workplace  

Maartje Schouten, Jasmien Khattab, and Phoebe Pahng

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May 2020
The study of team diversity has generated a large amount of research because of the changing nature of workplaces as they become more diverse and work becomes more organized around teams. ... More

The Personality Underpinnings of Strategic Leadership: The CEO, TMT, and Board of Directors  

Bret Bradley, Sam Matthews, and Thomas Kelemen

“Strategic leadership” is the umbrella term used to describe the study of an organization’s top leaders—what they do, their interactions, and how they influence important organizational ... More

Coopetition  

Michael Dowling

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Apr 2020
Ray Noorda, the former CEO of Novell Inc., first coined the term “coopetition” in 1992 to describe a common phenomenon in the computer industry: cooperation between competitors. This ... More

Limited Dependent Variables in Management Research  

Harry Bowen

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Apr 2020
A limited dependent variable (LDV) is an outcome or response variable whose value is either restricted to a small number of (usually discrete) values or limited in its range of values. The ... More

Maritime Business: A Paradigm of Global Business  

Gelina Harlaftis and Ioannis Theotokas

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Apr 2020
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History
Maritime business is a paradigm of a global business. Its importance cannot be underrated as 90% of the world’s trade is at the present day carried by sea. In fact, the vast majority of the ... More

Virtual Worlds Affordances for Organizations  

Kathryn Aten

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Apr 2020
Virtual work has become critical to competing in the global information economy for many organizations. Successfully working through technology across time and space, especially on ... More

Whiteness in Organizations: From White Supremacy to Allyship  

Donna Chrobot-Mason, Kristen Campbell, and Tyra Vason

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Mar 2020
Many whites do not identify with a racial group. They think very little about their own race and the consequences of being born into the dominant racial group. They do not think much about ... More

The Arts and the Art and Science of Management Teaching  

Joan V. Gallos

The arts have played a major role in the development of management theory, practice, and education; and artists’ competencies like creativity, inventiveness, aesthetic appreciation, and a ... More

Corporate Social Responsibility  

Abagail McWilliams

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Feb 2020
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a legitimate responsibility to society, based on the principle that corporations should share some of the benefit that accrues from the control of ... More

Geographic Information Systems and Location Analytics for Business and Management  

Peter Keenan

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Feb 2020
A geographic information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, organize, and present spatial data, which is referenced to locations on the Earth. Locational information is of ... More

Is There a Female Leadership Advantage?  

Lynn R. Offermann and Kira Foley

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Feb 2020
Women have historically been underrepresented in leadership positions across private and public organizations around the globe. Gender inequality and gender discrimination remain very real ... More

Missing Data in Research  

Hettie A. Richardson and Marcia J. Simmering

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Feb 2020
Nonresponse and the missing data that it produces are ubiquitous in survey research, but they are also present in archival and other forms of research. Nonresponse and missing data can be ... More

Stereotypes at Work  

Katina Sawyer and Judith A. Clair

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Feb 2020
Stereotypes are a central concern in society and in the workplace. Stereotypes are cognitions that drive what individuals know, believe, and expect from others as a result of their social ... More

Case Study Research: A State-of-the-Art Perspective  

Eric Volmar and Kathleen M. Eisenhardt

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Jan 2020
Theory building from case studies is a research strategy that combines grounded theory building with case studies. Its purpose is to develop novel, accurate, parsimonious, and robust theory ... More

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