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Envisioning a future by paying attention to the past: Rediscovering the work-of-leisure (2017)
Presentation / Conference
von Bülow, C., & Simpson, P. (2017, December). Envisioning a future by paying attention to the past: Rediscovering the work-of-leisure. Paper presented at International Studying Leadership Conference 2017

Populist movements are inherently reactionary, motivated by dissatisfaction with the status quo (Albertazzi & McDonnell, 2008). One source of dissatisfaction in the West over the last decade has been a decline in prosperity alongside an increase in d... Read More about Envisioning a future by paying attention to the past: Rediscovering the work-of-leisure.

Drawing in business and management research (2017)
Book Chapter
Ward, J., & Shortt, H. (2017). Drawing in business and management research. In C. Cassell, A. Cunliffe, & G. Grandy (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Business and Management Research MethodsSAGE

Visual methodologies are slowly gaining acceptance in business and management research. However, the term visual methodology is largely perceived to reflect the production and or analysis of photographs, films, video and corporate visual artefacts (R... Read More about Drawing in business and management research.

Sustainable animal farming and food security: Exploring the interplay of Hakuna Matata and Ubuntu with Guanxi and Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Prabhakar, G. P. (2017, November). Sustainable animal farming and food security: Exploring the interplay of Hakuna Matata and Ubuntu with Guanxi and Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam. Paper presented at Strengthening Food Security through Integrated Earth Observations & Ecological Assessments of Ecosystem Services in Kenya

This work presents a Case Study on Donkeys. In Kenya, Donkeys are facing extinction and this white paper attempts highlight their plight and possible solutions to resolving this issue.

In the car on the M4 - my transitory dwelling place, my space in-between (2017)
Journal Article
Shortt, H. (2017). In the car on the M4 - my transitory dwelling place, my space in-between

As Work Wise Commute Smart Week comes to a close, I thought I might write a piece that, I hope, will raise some thoughts and reflections about how and why our commutes might offer a space for escape and freedom. Taking a critical, analytical view her... Read More about In the car on the M4 - my transitory dwelling place, my space in-between.

An ethic of care: Reconnecting the private and the public (2017)
Book Chapter
Tomkins, L., & Simpson, P. (2017). An ethic of care: Reconnecting the private and the public. In D. Knights, & C. Mabey (Eds.), Leadership Matters: Finding Voice, Connection And Meaning in the 21st CenturyRoutledge

This chapter draws on the authors’ own personal and professional experiences more than most conventional leadership text-books. We interweave ideas about familial care and organisational leadership based on our own first-hand experiences of both. W... Read More about An ethic of care: Reconnecting the private and the public.

The financial consequences of servitization in manufacturing firms: An empirical analysis (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Ruizalba, J., Soares, A., Izadi, J., & Abou-Foul, M. (2017, November). The financial consequences of servitization in manufacturing firms: An empirical analysis. Paper presented at 6th International Conference on Business Servitization 2017 (ICBS2017)

Prior body of servitization research falls short to fully capture the financial consequences of servitization. This paper aims at investigating the financial consequences of servitization in listed manufacturing companies in four countries, namely UK... Read More about The financial consequences of servitization in manufacturing firms: An empirical analysis.

From marginalized to integration: Entrepreneurial opportunity as an acculturation process (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Evansluong, Q., Ramírez Pasillas, M., & Bergström, H. (2017, November). From marginalized to integration: Entrepreneurial opportunity as an acculturation process. Paper presented at International Conference on Immigration and Labour Market Integration

This paper conducts an inductive case study to further understand how acculturation process and opportunity creation process influences each other. Our study rests on four cases of immigrant entrepreneurs of Cameroonian, Lebanese, Mexican and Assyria... Read More about From marginalized to integration: Entrepreneurial opportunity as an acculturation process.

Blockchain for good? Digital ledger technology and sustainable development goals (2017)
Book Chapter
Adams, R., Kewell, B., & Parry, G. (2017). Blockchain for good? Digital ledger technology and sustainable development goals. In W. Filho, R. Marans, & J. Callewaert (Eds.), Handbook of Sustainability and Social Science, 127-140. Springer International Publishing AG 2018

Blockchain technology (aka Distributed Ledger Technology or DLT) is a novel configuration of Peer-to-Peer, cryptographic and distributed computing technologies that have the potential to shift the internet from an internet of information to an intern... Read More about Blockchain for good? Digital ledger technology and sustainable development goals.

Facing the monsters: Embracing liminality in leadership development (2017)
Book Chapter
Hawkins, B., & Edwards, G. (2017). Facing the monsters: Embracing liminality in leadership development. In S. Kempster, A. Turner, & G. Edwards (Eds.), Field Guide to Leadership DevelopmentEdward Elgar

This chapter draws on our experiences of the liminal nature of learning about leadership. Liminality is often referred to as a moment of ‘being on a threshold’, or ‘betwixt-and-between’, where new worldviews can be developed and new identities can b... Read More about Facing the monsters: Embracing liminality in leadership development.

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