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Is it time for good enough governance?
The case for further advances in project management
Academics at the intersection of age and gender: : A Ghanaian experience
Well-Being and the Social Environment of Work:A Systematic Review of Intervention Studies
There is consistent evidence that a good social environment in the workplace is associated with employee well-being. However, there has been no specific review of interventions to improve well-being through improving social ...
Business engagement in a civil society : Transitioning towards a dementia-friendly tourism and visitor economy
Dementia is a growing global health condition primarily, though not exclusively, associated with ageing populations. This paper examines dementia awareness and the perspectives of businesses and organisations in the visitor ...
‘Communities of resistance’ and the use of newspaper discussion boards Polish workers in Japanese foreign investments
This article examines the content of two hundred posts on newspaper discussion boards by workers in a cluster of Japanese foreign investments in Poland. The conclusions are first, that the material experiences of workers ...
‘Find the Gap’: can a multidisciplinary group of university teachers influence learning and teaching practice?
This paper describes and analyses a year’s project undertaken by a small, multidisciplinary group of academic staff in a UK post -1992 university. The purpose of the group was to: take a scholarly and inquiring approach ...
A Personal Construct Psychology based investigation into a Product Service System for renting pushchairs to consumers
This paper explores how consumers construe a Product Service System (PSS) for the supply of pushchairs. A PSS is a system of products, services, networks of actors and supporting infrastructure designed to be more sustainable ...
Are MNCs norm entrepreneurs of followers? : The changing relationship between host country institutions and MNC HRM practices.
Rooted in the literature on comparative capitalism, we examine the effects of host country institutions on the intra-organizational practices of multinational corporations (MNCs), using transnational level survey data, ...
Reframing the Debate on Sustainable Food Policy: : Applying a Business Networks Perspective
In this paper we begin to ask the question: what would UK food policy look like if food supply chains were conceptualised as industrial networks using an IMP (Industrial Marketing & Purchasing) framework, rather than as ...