Month: March 2022

Per Skalen and Johanna Gummerus

Listening to the Lessons of the Swedish Music Market

The quick pace of change and the establishment of new industry actors inspired the authors to ask: what is driving service innovation and digitalization in the Swedish music market and how can we understand service in this context?

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Bill Edgar on Core Competences and the Importance of Long-Form Presentation

The first SAGE Open Long Form monograph, “Corporate Core Competencies’ Essence, Contexts, Discovery, and Future: A Call to Action for Executives and Researchers,” has now been released. It discusses how even though researchers and managers value and even extol the importance of core competencies, they often present “a sprawling, even fragmented picture of core competencies’ essence and contribution.”

11 months ago
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New Statement Supports Academic Inquiry by Actors Both On and Off Campus

More than 90 organizations based in higher education, ranging from the American Council on Education and American Association of University Professors to the Yes We Must Coalition and EDUCAUSE, have signed a statement supporting “academic inquiry and debate” on American campuses.

11 months ago
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Table full of guns at gun show

Pew Report Puts Numbers on American Gun Violence

Citing statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “more Americans died of gun-related injuries in 2020 than in any other year on record,” reports the Pew Research Center in a new report.

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