Models of Cooperation with Management Practice
8 September 2022
Description: It is increasingly important for management research and education to have a greater impact on practice and society and vice versa. Yet many of the systems, models and practices we use inhibit the engagement with management practice that is necessary to ensure this impact, for example in co-producing research and aligning education with the practical needs of organizations. Obstacles may include lack of support for engagement, and policies related to recruitment and training of staff, which may be difficult to change because of sectoral or national institutional constraints. This RT will examine the challenges and opportunities in developing a more engaged approach to engagement with management practice and how practice can inform education and research.
- Conversation with Executives: how research can improve Business practice;
- Discussion with Executives: how Business practices can enhance research impacts.
Assumption University of Thailand
University of Guam
Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy and the Tepper School of Business.
T V Rao
T V Rao Learning Systems