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?
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.”
On March 1 Britain’s Academy of Social Sciences conferred fellowships on 47 social scientists selected through an independent peer review.
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.
The climate crisis cannot be divorced from the study of projects. New scholars should embrace this cross-disciplinary way of thinking, especially as shifting policies have impacted project conceptualization.
In his new book, Richard Heller proposes a model he calls the distributed university – that is, a university that distributes education online to where it is needed.
Connie and Steve Ballmer, co-founders of Ballmer Group Philanthropy, have promised $425 million to the University of Oregon to create The Ballmer Institute for Children’s Behavioral Health in Portland.