Research

Disjunctions in Management Learning
Business and Management INK
June 9, 2023

Disjunctions in Management Learning

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Webinar: Engaging With Stakeholders – What Can We Learn from Action Researchers?
Event
May 11, 2023

Webinar: Engaging With Stakeholders – What Can We Learn from Action Researchers?

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Steps To Effectively Conduct Interdisciplinary Research
Interdisciplinarity
April 25, 2023

Steps To Effectively Conduct Interdisciplinary Research

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Empowering Research Software 
Industry
April 24, 2023

Empowering Research Software 

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DORA Announces Three-Year Plan For Research Assessment Reform

DORA Announces Three-Year Plan For Research Assessment Reform

The San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment, or DORA, has released a strategic plan to reinforce the organization’s vision “to advance practical and robust approaches to research assessment globally and across all scholarly disciplines.”

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Opening The Black Box Of Benefits Management In The Context Of Projects

Opening The Black Box Of Benefits Management In The Context Of Projects

The main goal of our study was, hence, to complement the current technical knowledge on benefits management with an in-depth understanding of the social practices that constitute benefits management.

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What Are The Causes And Cures Of Poor Megaproject Performance?

What Are The Causes And Cures Of Poor Megaproject Performance?

What is missing in current research and practice is an understanding of megaprojects as a complete production system—from planning through design, manufacturing, and
construction, to integration and handover to operations. Thinking about megaprojects as
production systems may help us understand how the different dimensions—the six themes
identified in our research—work together to achieve a project’s goals and deliver valuable
outcomes.

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Study Highlights Policy Options For Monitoring Academic Freedom Across The European Union

Study Highlights Policy Options For Monitoring Academic Freedom Across The European Union

A study published this month, “How Academic Freedom Is Monitored,” aims to assist STOA in the creation of its monitoring platform. The study, authored by Gergely Kováts and Zoltán Rónay of the European Parliamentary Research Service, reviews the existing approaches used to monitor academic freedom and presents new policy options.

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John Hattie on the Factors That Influence Learning In Schools

John Hattie on the Factors That Influence Learning In Schools

In 2008, I published my book Visible Learning, which aimed to explain what works best to help student learning. At the time, others claimed it was the world’s largest evidence-based study into the factors that improve learning.

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Nominations Open For 2023 John Maddox Prize for Promoting Evidence-Based research

Nominations Open For 2023 John Maddox Prize for Promoting Evidence-Based research

Nominations are open for the 2023 John Maddox Prize, an international award that recognizes researchers who have defended scientific evidence and advanced […]

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Report Discusses Recommendations For Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Canadian Social Science Research

Report Discusses Recommendations For Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Canadian Social Science Research

To address institutional barriers facing Black researchers, Canada’s Social Science and Humanities Research Council released the report, “Advisory Committee to Address Anti-Black Racism in Research and Research Training.”

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Data Drawn From Local Communities Ought to Be Shared With Local Communities 

Data Drawn From Local Communities Ought to Be Shared With Local Communities 

In the words of of one Botswanan: “There is a lot of mistrust. People come here with their research vehicles, but they do not talk to us. They do not involve us.”

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