Posts Tagged ‘doctoral education’
The engaged scholar
Andrew Hoffman seeks to inspire academic scholars to bring their work to the publics that need it, and to inspire administrators to make public engagement more acceptable and legitimate within their institutions; to enlarge the tent to be inclusive of multiple ways that one enacts the role of academic scholar in service to today’s worldRead More
Mothers doing doctorates part-time – why do we make it harder than it needs to be?
If universities really want mature students with families to succeed they’ll need to completely rethink the traditional image of the “doctoral student”. Widening access isn’t enough, say Sue Cronshaw, Peter Stokes, and Alistair McCullochRead More
La crisis como oportunidad
En una pandemia mundial en la que los responsables de las escuelas de negocios están preocupados por el aprendizaje virtual, los presupuestos y las burbujas de estudiantes, ¿dónde figuran los programas de doctorado en la lista de prioridades?Read More
Crisis as opportunity
During a global pandemic when business school leaders are preoccupied with virtual learning, budgets, and student bubbles, where do doctoral programmes feature on the list of priorities?Read More
The battle for doctoral talent
Mark Smith describes the opening salvoes of a new competitive skirmish — recruiting, managing and developing the best doctoral students in business and management.Read More
Sally Randles, Annemieke Roobeek, Sally Jeanrenaud and Simon Pickard propose that sustainability-driven innovation, a new model for collaborative PhD training and research, offers a valuable framework for inspiring new approaches.Read More
PhDs and DBAs: Two sides of the same coin?
Laura Maguire, Elena Revilla and Angel Diaz look at the differences (and even more the similarities) between the traditional PhD programme and the newer Doctor of Business Administration.Read More
Castles in the sky or more reality?
The insights gained into how future professors are shaped have only posed another question: does this training add to the knowledge needed in a modern world, or is it intended for medieval castles?Read More
Reconnecting with the business world
Through “Socially Responsible Scholarship”, Anne S Tsui suggests how business school scholars can overcome the growing criticism of irrelevant and self-serving research. For the past 25 years, business school research has been criticised for its serious disconnection from the world of business practice.Read More
The thoroughly modern doctorate
David Bogle highlights some of the key changes that have occurred in PhDs (and more that are to come) and their particular resonances to management and business education.Read More
Reinvigorating the PhD
PhDs are increasingly under scrutiny for being ‘irrelevant’ and ‘lacking impact’. But given the right tools, Simon Linacre at Emerald Group Publishing believes they still have much to offer.Read More