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April 13th, 2011    Subscribe to comments on this post

Capella PhD graduate authors second book on managing global business teams

Dr. Margery Mayer, a 2008 PhD graduate of Capella University recently authored the second edition of a book on managing global business teams.”The Virtual Edge: Embracing Technology for Distributed Project Team Success” was first published in 2000; the second edition of the book published by the Project Management Institute (PMI) has been significantly updated with a global leadership emphasis.

Mayer, who owns and operates the consulting firm Global Operations Experts that works with global business teams, says she wrote the book specifically for global business leaders who manage resources around the world. The book explores the varied aspects of global teams and how effective leadership truly makes a difference. It includes case study research from such notable companies as Autodesk, Johnson & Johnson, J.P. Morgan, eBay, and Adobe Systems Incorporated.

The book is available through www.globaloperationsexperts.com as well as through the Project Management Institute website.

 

October 14th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

International Journal of Leadership Studies — New Issue Online

Volume 6, Issue 1 / 2010 Download entire issue

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September 9th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Free Online Access to all SAGE Journals

Explore new journals that you cannot find in the library. Between now and October 15, you can access Sage Journals, free.

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August 23rd, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Collaborative Learning Workshop Guide

The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative has published the latest in its series of workshop guides. The “Collaborative Learning Workshop Guide,” by Veronica Diaz, Malcolm Brown and Janet Salmons, is now available online. It offers a resource list and five workshop modules on teaching with collaborative methods and emerging technologies, and assessing collaborative work.

 

August 16th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

The OPEN future of higher education: read the EDUCAUSE Review issue

Open courses, content, research, teaching, access? What does the “open” trend of the Internet mean for higher education. The new issue of the EDUCAUSE Review explores these issues.

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April 19th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Access the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Teaching Cases

The Rock Center for Corporate Governance and the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University have developed a series of teaching cases on corporate governance issues. These cases increase the availability of quality materials that allow for an exploration of multi-dimensional and often complex governance issues. Cases are written from a business perspective, with an emphasis on practical implications for directors, shareholders, and managers.

 

April 8th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Access the Fordham University Graduate School of Business Research Paper Series

The Fordham University Graduate School of Business Research Paper Series contains abstracts and papers from a broad range of disciplines related to business and entrepreneurship. It emphasizes several key areas of scholarship including Finance, Management Systems, Accounting, Marketing, Management Communications, Information Systems, Law, and Ethics. While the research paper series promotes excellent scholarship in all these areas, it emphasizes the exploration of issues raised in the global business environment.

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April 2nd, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

All Entrepreneurship is Social

Read this and other articles online from the Stanford Social Innovation Review: http://www.ssireview.org/

 

March 26th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Management and Organization Review: Free Online

The March 2010 issue of Management and Organization Review (Volume 6, Issue 1) is now available. This issue brings together six articles that shed light on a variety of topics: three articles on East Asian firms and three articles on Chinese Management. Articles in this issue are free to download through 2010. Just click on Abstracts to go to the Wiley MOR page and you will see the PDF files there.

 

March 19th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

March 23: Discussion on e-books and libraries

Join in a panel discussion on e-book benefits and features from the perspective of five e-book publishers for libraries. The conference on e-books is organized by Lyrasis, the nation’s largest regional membership organization serving libraries and information professionals (www.lyrasis.org) and will take place at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and will be available virtually. Current topics on digital books will be discussed, including best practices from libraries just being their electronic collections, to examples from universities with large e-book holdings. Digital rights management, preservation options, functionality, licenses, and marketing electronic resources will also be covered. Interaction from online participants, via microphone or typing questions, is encouraged and there will be a question and answer session at the end of the panel.

Mar 23, 2010 at 9 am EST
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