Business and Management INK 2023

Disruptive Technologies and Local Regulations: Policy Leaning in Venue Shifting
Business and Management INK
November 22, 2023

Disruptive Technologies and Local Regulations: Policy Leaning in Venue Shifting

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Shared Leadership: What Do Employees Think About It?
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November 6, 2023

Shared Leadership: What Do Employees Think About It?

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Organized Creativity: Creative Processes and Constraints
Business and Management INK
October 20, 2023

Organized Creativity: Creative Processes and Constraints

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Top Five Takeaways from AOM on Business and Management in a Challenging World 
Business and Management INK
October 17, 2023

Top Five Takeaways from AOM on Business and Management in a Challenging World 

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From Rejections to Reflections: Unveiling the Role of Horizontal Linkages in Academia

From Rejections to Reflections: Unveiling the Role of Horizontal Linkages in Academia

Mental health issues in early-career researchers are on the rise: could “horizontal linkages” amongst peers help foster emotional support? Lucas Amaral Lauriano, Julia Grimm, and Camilo Arciniegas Pradilla reflect on the origins of their paper, “Navigating Academia’s Stressful Waters: Discussing the Power of Horizontal Linkages for Early-Career Researchers.”

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What You Should Know About Megaprojects and Why: An Overview

What You Should Know About Megaprojects and Why: An Overview

This article by Bent Flyvbjerg examines the misconceptions and strategic misrepresentations that routinely result in the implementation of projects for which there is inadequate justification, absorbing funds that could have been better spent elsewhere.

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Improving Well-being in Families of Children with Additional Needs

Improving Well-being in Families of Children with Additional Needs

Many families around the world are caring for members with additional needs, which can be complex, unpredictable, and long-term. The challenges related to caregiving of this nature affect not only parents but also siblings, grandparents, and other members of the extended family.

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Gamification as an Effective Instructional Strategy

Gamification as an Effective Instructional Strategy

Gamification—the use of video game elements such as achievements, badges, ranking boards, avatars, adventures, and customized goals in non-game contexts—is certainly not a new thing.

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Finding a Place for ‘Stupidity’ in Research and Teaching

Finding a Place for ‘Stupidity’ in Research and Teaching

This paper grew out of reflections on the language and nature of ‘stupidity,’ especially as it applies to individuals and collectives working in academic contexts.

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Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset for Language-Majored Undergraduates in Vietnam

Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset for Language-Majored Undergraduates in Vietnam

My research motivation rooted from the global and local, workplace and education contexts, in which a module on entrepreneurial mindset (EM) designed for language majors can be critical for their employability, and possibly their academic and life journey so that they can become lifelong entrepreneurs.

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Entrepreneurship for a Cause

Entrepreneurship for a Cause

Traditional schools and education systems are designed like industrial conveyer belts tasked with churning out as identical produce as possible, one cohort at a time. But education doesn’t have to be this way.

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‘Let Freedom Ring’: The Jan. 6 Insurrection and Leadership as an Acoustic Art

‘Let Freedom Ring’: The Jan. 6 Insurrection and Leadership as an Acoustic Art

After the first performance of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring May 29, 1913, Parisians rioted. Almost 100 years later Joshua Hawley raised his fist and salute of a gathering tide of activists readying to storm the Capitol building. I bring Hawley and Stravinsky together using music.

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