Tag Archives: Management

Emotional baggage? Dirty occupation – Don’t taint our profession

Why would you want to do that?’: Defining emotional dirty work From Human Relations Social scientists suggest that we view workers in distasteful professions who do our “dirty work” as tainted – physically, socially or morally. Now researchers have named … Continue reading

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Beyond grantmaking: Philanthropic foundations as agents of change

Beyond grantmaking: Philanthropic foundations as agents of change and institutional entrepreneurs From Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly Research that focuses on the influence of philanthropic foundations in society is important not only because of foundations’ substantial wealth, but because they … Continue reading

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Special 40th anniversary issue of Educational Management Administration & Leadership: A historical review of major themes

Special 40th anniversary issue From Educational Management Administration & Leadership This special 40th anniversary issue features review papers from leading academics on six of the major and enduring themes in the field, and it coincides with the 40th anniversary of … Continue reading

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So!apbox editorial essays exploring the boundaries of strategic organization: 10th anniversary issue of SO!

10th anniversary So!apbox special issue From Strategic Organization The 10th anniversary of Strategic Organization marks a critical transition as a new editorial team takes over and the journal has solidified its position in the community. This special issue acknowledges the … Continue reading

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Does gender bias against female leaders persist?

Does gender bias against female leaders persist? Quantitative and qualitative data from a large-scale survey From Human Relations Although acceptance of female managers has increased in the last half-century, negative attitudes toward female leaders still persist. For example, some research … Continue reading

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Publishing in International Management Studies Journals

Scott Taylor and Emma Bell, members of the editorial boards of SAGE published journals International Small Business Journal and Organization, recently returned from a one-day workshop on ‘Publishing in International Management Studies Journals’. It was hosted by Professor Singh Sengupta at … Continue reading

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Gay students suffer under faith schools regime

Conflicts of ethos: issues of equity and diversity in faith-based schools From Education Management Administration and Leadership Faith based schools are on the rise in the UK, apparently boosting educational standards. This study investigates the consequences when school values and … Continue reading

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