Family Business Review is now accepting proposals for their 2nd Review Issue through March 1, 2016. The issue will be guest edited by Daniel Holt of Mississippi State University, Tyge Payne of Texas Tech University, Allison W. Pearson of Mississippi State University, and Pramodita Sharma of University of Vermont. From the Call for Proposals: We … Continue reading Family Business Review Call for Proposals: 2nd Review Issue
In sharp contrast to MBA and undergraduate business programs, business doctoral programs face far fewer limitations and guidelines on program curriculum and structure. As a result, business doctoral programs can vary widely in a variety of ways, including how each program prepares students for future teaching positions. In their paper, "Isn't It Time We Did … Continue reading Teaching Future Teachers: An Argument for Incorporating More Teaching Preparation in Business Doctoral Programs
Small though they may be, bumble bees play a large part in the environment. As pollinators, bees assist in the reproductive process of flowering plants, including crops that produce food, fiber, drugs, and fuel. More than a third of the world's crops rely on bees as pollinators, which makes the population decline of bees in … Continue reading The Business of Bumble Bees: A Look at the Relationship Between Business and Biodiversity Loss
The latest edition of Leadership: Theory and Practice takes a unique approach to teaching leadership theories and skills. In addition to detailed descriptions of current theories, the textbook allows students to use self-assessments to better understand the theories in relation to their own leadership style. Students learn how to practice effective leadership and identify areas where they … Continue reading Video: Peter Northouse on His Bestselling Leadership Textbook
Founded in 1960, Business & Society was the first journal exclusively dedicated to publishing research in the field of business and society. In their editorial from the upcoming July issue of Business & Society, editors Andrew Crane, Irene Henriques, Bryan Husted, and Dirk Matten discuss the scope of the business and society field relevant to … Continue reading Business and Society Editors on the Intersection of Business and Society
This month SAGE launched a new online library product for business students and practitioners: SAGE Business Researcher. More thorough than a newspaper article and more timely than a scholarly journal, SAGE Business Researcher publishes bi-weekly reports written by experienced journalists on the most pressing issues in business and management. The following is excerpted from the issue … Continue reading Preview SAGE’s Newest Business Offering: SAGE Business Researcher
SAGE is looking to commission original business case studies. Please get in touch if you would like to write or submit a case! SAGE Business Cases (SBC) is a digital collection of cases from across the range of Business & Management disciplines. Sold around the world directly to academic libraries, SBC will include cases that … Continue reading Submit Your Research to SAGE Business Cases!
Did you miss your chance in March? Good news! SAGE is still looking to commission original business case studies. Please get in touch if you would like to write or submit a case! Can you write, or have you written a business case study? Would you like to produce a video case study? Can you … Continue reading It’s Not Too Late to Submit Your Case Study to SAGE Business Cases!
SAGE is looking to commission original business case studies. Please get in touch if you would like to write or submit a case! Are you an academic, post-doc or doctoral student involved in business research? Do you want to drive up the usage and discoverability of published outputs from your work and raise the profile … Continue reading SAGE Business Cases Call for Submissions!
We're very excited to help announce that two fantastic journals will have new names in 2014! Journal of Business Communication will be called International Journal of Business Communication (IJBC). This change highlights the journal’s global interests. IJBC’s first issue in 2014 will be a special issue on East Asian Culture. Business Communication Quarterly will be … Continue reading Just as Sweet