The study aims to explore and explain the affordances and constraints of two-mode virtual collaboration as experienced by a newly forming international research team.
Educational policy instruments such as apprenticeship levy and forthcoming lifetime skills guarantee are creating unprecedented opportunities for rapid growth in a range…
This paper offers a theoretical explanation to a positive story of a micro enterprise found in Uganda, an African developing country that has successfully managed…
In search of performance-oriented leadership behaviours in the Ghanaian financial service sector: the role of knowledge sharingMichael Kyei-Frimpong, Isaac Nyarko Adu, Abdul-Razak Suleman, Kwame Owusu Boakye
This study seeks to examine the mediating role of knowledge sharing (KNS) in the nexus between leadership behaviours and organizational performance (OP).
Self-managed action learning and assessors of newly qualified social workers in multiple organisations in England: a facilitator's perspectiveCheryl Brook, Christine Abbott
This study aims to explore a self-managed action learning (SMAL) initiative undertaken by social work assessors in England, which led to insights into the practice of SMAL.
A knowledge-intensity-based collaborative community governing mechanism for inter-organisational HR collaborationsFerry Koster
Studies of inter-organisational relationships have mainly investigated collaborations in the technical domain. There is considerably less research conducted in the field…
A week is a long time in a pandemic: learning strategy and survival insights from a micro-enterprise ownerMonica Murphy, Felicity Kelliher
This article explores the value of engaging a hybrid learning strategy in a micro-enterprise setting when responding to a global pandemic. The research question asks…
Issues around informal, non-formal and formal learning, intended and unintended learning and competencies and capabilities have been considered in work-based learning…
Evaluating the effectiveness of serious games in facilitating strategic decisions-making under COVID-19 crisis conditionsAvo Schönbohm, Tingyue Viktoria Zhang
This research seized the COVID-19 pandemic-induced economic recession as a strategic response background to answer whether serious games (SGs) can be effectively applied…
This paper aims to demonstrate the value of combining the strategic planning process with psychoanalytically informed interpretation through an exploratory case study.
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