Evidence-Based Teaching for the 21st Century Classroom and Beyond – Innovation-Driven Learning Strategies
Kumaran Rajaram - Springer
This book equips readers with a deep understanding of the evolving and dynamic issues that need to be addressed in higher education and recommends the pedagogical frameworks and strategies to effectively engage future learners.
Managerial liability and corporate innovation: Evidence from a legal shock
Yuyan Guan, Liandong Zhang, Liu Zheng & Hong Zou - Journal of Corporate Finance
This study shows that firms with lower directors' and officers' liability demonstrate greater confidence to pursue more innovations, especially explorative innovations.
Entrepreneurs' trust propensity and discovery skills: Effects on firm partnerships and innovation
Bi Qingqing, Boh Wai Fong & Georgios Christopoulos - Journal of Business Venturing
This paper finds that entrepreneurs develop trust, react to trust violations, and recover from trust violations at a faster pace than non-entrepreneurs.
Founder need to belong, tertius iungens orientation and new venture performance
Li‐Qun Wei, Xi Zou & Margaret Ormiston - Journal of Organizational Behavior
This research shows that founders with a higher need to belong engage in more collaborative networking behaviors, such as bringing people together and coordinating among others. And this networking orientation is positively associated with founders’ success with the new venture.
When the going gets tough, the tough entrepreneurs take a break
Two of China’s well-known richest entrepreneurs raised a few eyebrows recently by talking up long working hours.
Can the comfort zone encourage risk-taking?
Taking risks never feels comfortable, but it is unavoidable and necessary for anyone who aspires to achieve greater goals and for any society where innovation is essential for growth.
One percent inspiration….
New brooms sweep clean… a common refrain for hobbies, new appliances, but as our research shows, applies to entrepreneurs too.
Research and entrepreneurship can be bedfellows
With the knowledge-based economy depending on research, innovation and enterprise to thrive, many universities around the world have become increasingly involved in a third mission: Engaging in entrepreneurship activities.
Realising the full growth potential of Philippines SMEs: four key plays in a game of nimbleness
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) make up 99.6 percent of all registered businesses in the Philippines and employ over 70 percent of the working population
Have you got the EMO for success?
Why do some entrepreneurs manage to overcome problems and setbacks to create improved products or start new ventures, while others decide it is better for them to throw in the towel?
SME be nimble, SME be quick
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) often lack resources and are buffeted by unpredictable events. But their very smallness means they can also be nimble.
Talent in the age of Innovation
If Singapore’s economy in its first 50 years could be described as an age of industrialisation, driven by technical professionals, managers and technocrats, the next half-century will witness an age of innovation..