Dynamics of Power, Obedience, and Resistance in a Classroom Restructure

[We’re pleased to welcome author Todd Bridgman of Victoria University of Wellington. Dr. Bridgman recently published an article in the Management Teaching Review entitled "Overcoming Compliance to Change: Dynamics of Power, Obedience, and Resistance in a Classroom Restructure," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Bridgman discusses the genesis of this research.] The … Continue reading Dynamics of Power, Obedience, and Resistance in a Classroom Restructure

Crowdfunding and Museums: A Field Trip Exemplar in the United Kingdom

[Professors Miriam Isabella Cavalcanti Junqueira and Allan Discua Cruz of Lancaster University Management School recently published an article in the Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy which is entitled "Crowdfunding and Museums: A Field Trip Exemplar in the United Kingdom." We are pleased to welcome them as contributors and excited to announce that the case study will be … Continue reading Crowdfunding and Museums: A Field Trip Exemplar in the United Kingdom

Call for Editor: World Futures Review

World Futures Review invites applications for the Editorship of the Journal. World Futures Review (WFR) is the top forum for all who are professionally involved in exploring trends and alternatives for society. This dynamic quarterly publication offers valuable insight on the theoretical, research and practical issues confronting those interested in futures research. Along with interviews with … Continue reading Call for Editor: World Futures Review

Call for Editor: Journal of Applied Behavioral Science

The NTL Institute invites applications for the Editorship of the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science is the leading international journal on the effects of evolutionary and planned change. Founded and sponsored by the NTL Institute, the Journal is continually breaking ground in its exploration of group dynamics, organization development, and … Continue reading Call for Editor: Journal of Applied Behavioral Science

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Engineering Entrepreneurship Education

Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy will be publishing a special issue on Engineering Entrepreneurship Education! Articles should focus on learning innovations and research related to the integration of content intended to impact engineering students’ understanding of and experience with entrepreneurship. Submit your manuscript today. Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy (EEP) is USASBE’s peer-reviewed opportunity for entrepreneurship educators to both publish their scholarship … Continue reading Call for Papers: Special Issue on Engineering Entrepreneurship Education

70-20-10 and the Dominance of Informal Learning

[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Alan Clardy of Towson University. Dr. Clardy recently published an article in the Human Resource and Development Review entitled “70-20-10 and the Dominance of Informal Learning: A Fact in Search of Evidence," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Clardy reflects on the inspiration for conducting … Continue reading 70-20-10 and the Dominance of Informal Learning

Journal of Service Research Call for Papers: Customer Engagement through Automated Service Interactions

Make an impact on service research and submit to the Journal of Service Research's upcoming Special Issue,  which will seek to explore ways in which automated service interactions engage customers and create customer and firm value! Journal of Service Research (JSR), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, is widely considered the world's leading service research journal. It is a must … Continue reading Journal of Service Research Call for Papers: Customer Engagement through Automated Service Interactions

How Educators Should Respond to Culture, Gender, and Moral Ideology on Sales Ethics Evaluations

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Youngsu Lee of California State University, Chico, Timothy Heinze of California State University, Chico, Casey Donoho of California State University, Chico, Christophe Fournier of the University of Montpellier, Ahamed A. F. M. Jalal of Binus University International, David Cohen of Lincoln University, and Eike Hennebichler of the University of Montpellier. They recently published an … Continue reading How Educators Should Respond to Culture, Gender, and Moral Ideology on Sales Ethics Evaluations

Dealing with Learning–Credibility Tension

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Alaric Bourgoin and Jean-François Harvey of HEC Montréal, Canada, who recently published the article, "Professional image under threat: Dealing with learning–credibility tension," in Human Relations. Below they discuss the results and implications of their research.] How does one learn and build credibility simultaneously? Today’s professionals often find themselves entering new organisations … Continue reading Dealing with Learning–Credibility Tension

Call for Proposals: Family Business Review Special Issue

Make an impact on Family Business Research and submit a special issues proposal to the Family Business Review! Family Business Review (FBR) a refereed journal published quarterly since 1988, is a scholarly publication devoted exclusively to exploration of the dynamics of family-controlled enterprise, including firms ranging in size from the very large to the relatively small. … Continue reading Call for Proposals: Family Business Review Special Issue