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Research with relevance to practice

September 15, 2007 Leave a comment Go to comments

In the latest AMJ(2007, 50(4): 745-782), there is a Editors’ Forum focus on research with relevance to practice.

In this Forum, many scholars propose different ideas to stimulate the balance between rigor and relevance in management research, for example, use executive education as a platform to exchange your research ideas with those experienced participants.

Even senior faculty could bring junior colleagues or doctoral students to the executive education classroom for helping them establish interaction and connection (Tushman & O’ Reilly, 2007),  The suggestion is good and appropriate, but it might be too idealism about people/senior scholars, what if those senior faculty doesn’t will to do that? In that case, doctoral students and junior faculty actually remain on their own to set up such a connection for developing research both with academic rigor and relevance to the field.

Reference

Tushman, M. & O’ Reilly, C. III., 2007. Research and relevance: Implications for Pasteur’s quadrant for doctoral programs  and faculty development, Academy of Management Journal, 50(4): 769-774.

 

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  1. Sorkalalt
    December 3, 2008 at 6:30 AM

    I am here at a forum newcomer. Until I read and deal with the forum.
    Let’s learn!

  2. December 13, 2008 at 5:33 PM

    Thanks!,

  3. journissisA
    August 14, 2009 at 8:31 AM

    This look interesting,so far.
    If there are any real people here looking to network, leave me a post.
    Oh, and yes I’m a real person LOL.

    Bye,

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