Boxed-in versus Box-Breaking Research

Boxed-in versus Box-Breaking Research

At one of the sub-plenary sessions at EGOS 2014, Robert Chia stated that “in order to really think outside the box, you should ask where…

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Citations in the Organizational Sciences

Citations in the Organizational Sciences

We all know that citations are important for the credibility of scholarly work. But how important are they really, and exactly for what purpose are…

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[Dark side] Writing academic papers, a complete waste of time?

[Dark side] Writing academic papers, a complete waste of time?

In the evening of the 23rd of September, the Management Section and the 08:23 research community would like to invite you to yet another unforgettable…

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The Organizational Zoo

The Organizational Zoo

On the 23rd, you are invited to explore the behaviours of researchers in different contexts (exploring ideas, writing, edition, applying for grants, etc). Based on…

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The front- and backstage of emergency decision-making

The front- and backstage of emergency decision-making

Time for another work-in-progress manuscript based on data from the tripleED project, so please bring your constructive ‘A-game’ next week. This paper is written by…

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Three domains of project organising

Three domains of project organising

Next week we will have a paper recently published in IJPM by professor Graham Winch. Professor Winch is currently the Director for Social Responsibility and…

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