The Emerging Ideology of Entrepreneurialism

The Emerging Ideology of Entrepreneurialism: How the meanings of entrepreneurship and neo-liberalism combined to reframe our social world.     Speakers: Dr. Robert Eberhart (Stanford)   This talk will illuminate how entrepreneurship has transformed from a commercial endeavor into an ideology that informs us how we organize work, educate ourselves, and perceive social interactions. What…

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…

Conducting Megastudies to Increase the Impact of Applied Behavioral Science

Conducting Megastudies to Increase the Impact of Applied Behavioral Science   Speaker: Katherine L. Milkman (The Wharton School)   Policy-makers are increasingly turning to behavioural science for insights about how to improve citizens’ decisions and outcomes. Typically, different scientists test different intervention ideas in different samples using different outcomes over different time intervals. The lack…