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- 2020: Writing Case Studies in Changing Times
Bradley W. Brooks, Queens University of Charlotte
Britt M. Shirley, The University of Tampa
- A Family of Products: Setback ...
This is the full preview of the Winter 2020 Journal of Critical Incidents. Individual CIs with the associated teaching notes can be found by searching the case title.
- Contracts No. ...
This is the full preview of the Journal of Case Studies Volume 37 Issue 3. Individual cases with the associated teaching notes can be found by searching the case title.
- The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI): Seeking ...
The following project was conducted in partnership with University of Detroit Mercy and Ford Community Corps. Multiple non-profits were approached to make this project possible such as; ERACCE, Detroit Audubon, Detroit International Wild-Life...
In recent years, the World Health Organization (WHO) has highlighted the shortage of the health workforce, which has been considered as a global crisis not only in developing countries but in developed countries as well. The UK is one of...
“Get To Wow!”
Finally, a SELF-GUIDING BOOK to take students, adult learners, businesspeople, makers, and searchers on the path to finding and activating their INNER SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR.
Social Entrepreneurs run economically...
GCSEN 4P Social Entrepreneurship Class/Dorm Poster Set is an essential tool to establish a learning environment in the office, the classroom, the dorm room and at home. Highly valuable business and social entrepreneurship concepts are...
Resources and Management examines the necessity and paradox of work in our lives: “We need it! We hate it! There’s not enough of it. And, we can’t risk losing it or quitting!”
From Tanjia Coleman, PhD and Prof. Dawn Harris, this episode explores if the passage of time will inevitably lead to equal representation of women and people of color in the C-suite, what obstacles are standing in the way of women and people of...
Al Gini explores Mark Satkiewicz’ career, life and legacy. Along the way they explore what he believes makes for a good employee, leader, or person and the inflection points he has experienced along the way that have brought about these beliefs...