Joining Forces for Powerful Research
Terri Griffith

Business schools began in partnership with businesses. We maintain relationships with our business communities through formal relationships with advisory boards, career centers, and adjunct faculty. As we strive for responsible research in business and management, perhaps we can look to stronger/more prevalent formal business relationships related to our research. Perhaps weā€™ll soon see corporate names…

RRAS21 Groups

Group Lists   First Name Last Name Discipline Position title Affiliation Country GROUP 1 Association Leaders Darlene Alexander-Houle Leadership,Ā  Culture,Ā  Migration Adjunct/Researcher University of Phoenix United States of America Africa AriƱo Strategic Management Professor IESE Business School Spain Caryn Beck-Dudley Legal Studies President and CEO AACSB International,Ā  Inc. United States of America David Bright Organizational…

2021 RRR Groups

Group lists First Name Last Name Primary Affiliation Primary Professional Role Country Group 1 Africa Arino IESE Business School Professor Strategy Spain Ruben Atekpe MECOWA Group Executive Chairman Ghana Sudipta Basu (*) Temple University Associate Dean for Research and Doctoral Programs USA Ibrat Djabbarov (*) Cranfield School of Management PhD Candidate UK Kem Ferag IBM…

RRVS Groups

  List of Stakeholder Groups   First Name Last Name Affiliation Discipline GROUP 1 : ACCREDITATION LEADERS Caryn Beck-Dudley * AACSB Management Stephanie Bryant AACSB Management Dan LeClair Global Business Schools Network Economics Alfons Sauquet EFMD & ESADE Management Barbara Sporn EFMD & VU Management Matthew Wood EFMD Management GROUP 2 : ASSOCIATION LEADERS Cristina…

Relevant & Responsible Research to Counter Competition
Andreas Kaplan

Management research often faces questions and criticism about its practical impact and purpose. A recent Financial Times article stated that professors are increasingly studying “abstract, abstruse, and overly academic topics with little resonance beyond the higher education sector” and summarized the status quo of research at business schools as “underperforming.” Management researchers would mainly write…