2021 RRR Participants

Participant list   First Name Last Name Primary Affiliation Primary Professional Role Country Robert Allen American Accounting Association President-Elect USA Africa Arino IESE Business School Professor Strategy Spain Tima Bansal Western University Professor of Sustainability Canada Sudipta Basu Temple University Associate Dean for Research and Doctoral Programs USA Sharifa Batts Maritime Transportation Senior Executive Environment, …

RRVS Organizing Committee

Responsible Research Virtual Summit – Organizing Committee   *Franklin Allen, Imperial College Business School, UK   Leonard Berry, Texas A&M University, USA   Patty Dechow, University of Southern California, USA  *Bill Glick, Rice University, USA David Reibstein, The Wharton School, USA  Livio Scalvini, Imperial College Business School, UK Alexia Shonteff, ASU/RRBM, USA Jean-Alexis Spitz, EFMD/RRBM, Belgium *Anne S. Tsui,…

Responsible Research Roundtable 2021 Agenda

  OBJECTIVES   The goal of the Responsible Research Roundtable was to develop a SHARED UNDERSTANDING and a JOINT COMMITMENT for a systemic move toward business knowledge co-production by academia and its stakeholders (business, institutions, civil society) for the betterment of society.   The specific action-oriented objectives we aspired to achieve were:   Why? IDENTIFY…

Developing an Engaged Scholarship Research Study

Developing an Engaged Scholarship Research Study   Speaker: Professor Andrew Van de Ven (University of Minnesota)   Time: Thursday, 10 March at 10am (Eastern) / 3pm (London) / 7.30pm (Delhi). This webinar is scheduled for 90 minutes (including Q&A).   Registration: Please register here to receive a personalized Zoom link.     The objective of…

How to Do Relevant Research – part 3

How to Do Relevant Research – part 3:  Managing Multi-Faceted and Multi-Directional Relationships   Speakers: Dr Philip H. Mirvis, Dr. Rob Cross and Dr. Susan Albers Mohrman   Generating and disseminating knowledge relevant to practice requires expanding our conceptual and empirical reach and our aspirations for impact beyond our institutional and discipline-based communities. Using case…

Conclusion: Science for a Better World

The current system is falling short of fulfilling our collective potential. The goal for researchers and their institutions should include business and societal impact, not simply to publish in a small set of journals with limited readership. The results of research are an important input into the curriculum and are the basis for informing public…