Archives for 2015

World Bank Unveils Its Own ‘Nudge Unit’
Impact
October 22, 2015

World Bank Unveils Its Own ‘Nudge Unit’

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STM and HSS – the Great OA Divide
Open Access
October 22, 2015

STM and HSS – the Great OA Divide

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In South Africa, OA is a Necessity, Not a Nicety
Open Access
October 21, 2015

In South Africa, OA is a Necessity, Not a Nicety

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A Deceptively Simple Strategy For Keeping Mentally Sharp In Late Life
PIBBS
October 21, 2015

A Deceptively Simple Strategy For Keeping Mentally Sharp In Late Life

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Bridges for Transforming People and Cities: How extraordinary service communities cultivate human flourishing

Bridges for Transforming People and Cities: How extraordinary service communities cultivate human flourishing

Republished with permission. The original post was published on the Center for Services Leadership blog. *** By Christopher P. Blocker and Andrés Barrios […]

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Bringing Foundational Research in from the Cold

Bringing Foundational Research in from the Cold

Just as the ice on a frozen pond may prevent us from seeing the richness in the underlying water, so may the calcifications of the most recent research blind us to what classic theorists actually said and wrote. So argue three academics in a new article about the legacy of Kurt Lewin’s change management theory.

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Free Article Collection in Honor of World Statistics Day

Free Article Collection in Honor of World Statistics Day

How do you make the world better place? There is no lack of prescriptions, but one of the surer bets, even if […]

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The State of Open Access in 18 Statements

The State of Open Access in 18 Statements

Open Access Week starts today and in honor Stephen Pinfield provides an overview of 18 propositions on open access identified through an extensive analysis of the discourse. It is clear that whilst OA has come a long way in the last five years, there is a lot to do in making open access work.

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Read Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies November Issue!

Read Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies November Issue!

The November 2015 issue of Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies is now available to read for free for the next 30 […]

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Book Review: The Third Globalization: Can Wealthy Nations Stay Rich in the Twenty-First Century?

Book Review: The Third Globalization: Can Wealthy Nations Stay Rich in the Twenty-First Century?

The Third Globalization: Can Wealthy Nations Stay Rich in the Twenty-First Century? Edited by Dan Breznitz, John Zysman . Oxford, UK and […]

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Call for Papers: Exploring Journalism as it Recounts 7/7 London Bombings

Call for Papers: Exploring Journalism as it Recounts 7/7 London Bombings

Authors have until December 1 to submit abstracts for a special issue for Journalism Theory, Practice and Criticism titled, “From aftermath to […]

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What Will Happen to the Cosmopolitans?

What Will Happen to the Cosmopolitans?

Despite what he calls the poisonously xenophobic tone of politics and public debates in Britain, our Daniel Nehring still finds it a colorfully multicultural and sometimes, in some places, cosmopolitan society. One place he’d especially like to protect that virtue is in British universities.

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