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Andrew Pettigrew
University of Oxford
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#1Andrew Pettigrew (University of Oxford)H-Index: 55
#2David Denyer (Cranfield University)H-Index: 20
Last.Joanne Murphy (Queen's University)H-Index: 4
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#1Andrew Pettigrew (University of Oxford)H-Index: 55
#2Ken Starkey (University of Nottingham)H-Index: 30
It is an appropriate moment to review research into the legitimacy and impact of business schools. It is more than a decade now since Pfeffer and Fong's (2002) provocative paper challenging the perceived orthodoxy of business school success in the very first edition of the Academy of Management Learning & Education.
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#2Andreas Rasche (Stanford University)
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The aim of this symposium is to critically engage with the ways in which business schools can create impact. The symposium brings together renowned scholars whose scholarly work has focused on the (lack of) impact of business schools. We invited scholars from three regions: North America (Jeffrey Pfeffer), Asia (Howard Thomas), and Europe (Michel Kalika). Together their input allows us to contrast different international perspectives on the importance of impact, the assessment of impact, and the...
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#2Eric CornuelH-Index: 8
Last.Ulrich HommelH-Index: 11
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1. Introduction 2. Research on Business Schools: Themes, Conjectures and Future Directions PART 1 - THE CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT OF BUSINESS SCHOOLS 3. Leading Breakthrough initiatives in Business Schools 4. Governance Logics in Universities: Organisational Change as Oscillating Conversations 5. Institutional pressure as a trigger for organisational identity change: the case of accreditation failure within seven European Business Schools 6. Relevance and Excellence in Higher Education Vocational S...
#1Christophe LejeuneH-Index: 1
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Business schools are increasingly faced with external pressures to demonstrate their impact on society. Reducing public budgets, the pervasive effects of business school rankings, and a correspondence between the rise and rise of business schools in higher education and increased scepticism about their contribution to society have all increased interest in the impact of business schools and business education and research. However, not much is known about how to measure and/or assess the impact ...
#1Andrew PettigrewH-Index: 55
#2Eric CornuelH-Index: 8
Last.Ulrich HommelH-Index: 11
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R esearch methodologies are important but they should always be thought of as means and not ends in themselves. An influential scholarly contribution is rarely explained by methodological appropriateness alone. Scholarly outputs which have a sustained impact normally tackle issues and theoretical problems of substance. They may also challenge or confirm a dominant theory or perspective; create a new lens or conversation; cross boundaries and effect a conceptual transfer; and deliver novel empiri...
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