Current Business School Research Eco-System

Why is the above proposal necessary? What led to the desire to introduce an initiative for responsible research in business and management? The impetus came from witnessing a broad crisis of credibility in science today. This crisis has two parts. The first is the crisis of integrity. The credibility of the knowledge published in journals…

RRBM PRO WEBINARS

RRBM PRO WEBINAR Responsible Research in pandemic times EVENT DETAILS Crises often create opportunities for creative responses because of the inspiration they provide to think differently. A pandemic crisis is unique in its that its impact is universal, impacting upon every country and every sector. It can wreak havoc. Thankfully, business and management research, embracing…

The Management and Organization Science Puzzle:
Questions from a Metaphorical Comparison of Medicine and Management
Fabrice Cavarretta

Management and Organizational Science (MOS), a pillar of the Social, Behavioral and Economic field, is a young science. Nonetheless, it has moved rapidly from an initial focus purely on practice (previous to the reports by the Ford and Carnegie Foundations in the 1960s) to its current state where it relies on more of a “pure…

Pre-Readings for RRVS2020

Pre-Readings for Responsible Research Virtual Summit 2020 1) Readings Zoom guidelines Brief program agenda RRBM brief status report Participant list (in alphabetical order) Group list with facilitators RRS2019 Rotterdam brief report RRBM position paper **I Will status report (actions on RRS2019 participants’ “I Will” statements) **Nature article “Economists must collaborate courageously” Nature 582, 9 (2020) https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-01505-3…

Building Momentum!
Bill Glick

The train is just starting to roll and it is not too late to give another push and get everyone on board. The community for Responsible Research in Business and Management (cRRBM) built an excellent case for action and a compelling vision to change the dysfunctional eco-system supporting and rewarding research that fails to live…

Including Practitioners in Co-Creating Desirable Future

Including Practitioners in Co-Creating Desirable Future   Speaker: Dr Garima Sharma (Georgia State University)   Management research fails to impact practice because our focus is on evidence from the past that may not reflect practitioners’ current reality. Further, we use this historical evidence to predict the future. However, as the current crises has shown, often…