Explore this article from The Journal of Entrepreneurship entitled, "Examining Entrepreneurial Intention in Higher Education: An Exploratory Study of College Students in India" free for a limited time. The societal significance of entrepreneurship goes undisputed in the contemporary world because entrepreneurship is strongly tied with the economic and social progress within a nation state. Through the creation … Continue reading Do higher education systems promote an entrepreneurial intention among college students?
On an early December morning in 2014, Mr Shabih Haider, Director of Biogenics, sipped his coffee as he stared absentmindedly out of his office window and looked at the traffic on the main Shahrah-e-Faisal road in Karachi. His forehead creased with concern as he thought about Hamdam, Biogenics’ contraceptive (condom) brand. He looked at the reports … Continue reading Challenges of Marketing a Taboo Product in an Emerging Market That is Also Culturally Conservative
Read the full details and submit your manuscript today! Publish with us and enjoy: Rigorous peer review of your research Prompt publishing Multidisciplinary audience High visibility for global exposure About the Journal: The Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies aims to provide a unique platform for the dissemination of a range of critical entrepreneurship, innovation, … Continue reading Call for Papers: Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies
California Management Review has served as a bridge of communication between academia and management practice for sixty years. The newest issue of CMR is now online to view, and features articles covering various topics such as corporate sustainability and politics, disruptive technology and big pharma, and engaging employees as social innovators. Featured below is an … Continue reading Read the August Issue of California Management Review!
The theme of this year’s Academy of Management conference is on improving lives and how organizations can help. Ahead of the conference, Trish Reay, Editor-in-Chief of Organization Studies, has selected a few papers from the journal considering these questions. The Human Capital Hoax: Work, Debt and Insecurity in the Era of Uberization by Peter Fleming … Continue reading Improving Lives and How Organizations Can Help
We're pleased to congratulate Phillip Bryant of Columbus State University on his appointment as the Editor for Compensation and Benefits Review! Dr. Bryant is an Assistant Professor of Management and Marketing at Columbus State University. He earned his Ph.D. in Management at the University of Memphis. His primary research, teaching and consulting activities are concentrated around human resource management … Continue reading Congratulations to the Incoming Editor of Compensation and Benefits Review!
Where do you take your Northouse Leadership book? We want to know! Do you have a copy of Peter Northouse’s Leadership: Theory and Practice, Eighth Edition? We want to know: Where do you read your Northouse book? Take a picture with your new copy of Leadership, Eighth Edition in your office, at your school, in … Continue reading Where do you take your Peter Northouse Leadership book?
[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Jessy Zumaeta of the University of Chile and the London School of Economics. Dr. Zumaeta recently published an article in Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies entitled “Lonely at the Top: How Do Senior Leaders Navigate the Need to Belong?" which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, … Continue reading How Do Senior Leaders Navigate the Need to Belong?
We would like to congratulate authors, Laurence G. Weinzimmer of Bradley University and Candace A. Esken of Louisiana State University. Their article, "Learning From Mistakes: How Mistake Tolerance Positively Affects Organizational Learning and Performance" published in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, recently won the Douglas McGregor Award for Best Paper of 2017. Below is … Continue reading Congratulations to the Winners of the Douglas McGregor Award for Best Paper of 2017
Research has shown that the current generation in higher education has significantly different learning characteristics than its predecessors. It is essential to understand this generation’s learning attributes so that educators have useful guidance in designing teaching pedagogies for this generation. It has been found that Millennials do not prefer traditional lecture mode of teaching, traditional … Continue reading Do Gen X and Millennials Learn Differently?