Pam Gordon, Ph.D. (Sr. Fellow in the Global Business and Technology Research Center) and Julie Overbey, Ph.D. (Workplace Diversity & Inclusion Research Center) are accepting chapter proposals for an edited book tentatively titled Advances in Technology: Contemporary Workplace Issues. The proposed book, to be published by Emerald Publishing Group, will provide a comprehensive look at emerging technological trends in the workplace.
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The Center for Global Business and Information Technology Research and Center for Management and Entrepreneurship are hosting a bootcamp as a parallel event with Southern Regional Science Association Conference on March 15-17. The bootcamp is a beta for a new type of Knowledge without Boundaries event. The bootcamp leaders saw an opportunity to leverage the professional conference attendance with supplemental research development opportunities and experiences for UOPX affiliates in the Philly area.
I had the great honor and pleasure to speak to UNEVOC's global conference** on bringing entrepreneurship & innovation training into technical and vocational programs (a/k/a TVET) Here's my video where I talk about how TVET programs can help grow their own local entrepreneurial community (ecosystem):
I'd love your comments and suggestions!
Dr. Sloboda provides a brief, video intended to welcome and invite new affiliates.
The article, titled “The Recent Experiences of Capital Flows and Fiscal Imbalances Since the Creation of the Eurozone,” was co-authored by Dr. Yaya Sissoko.
On Tuesday, October 18, 2016, Melody Jackson, Ph.D., MBA, Research Fellow for the University of Phoenix Center for Management and Entrepreneurship and Associate Faculty for the School of Business presented her virtual internship research study at the 78th Annual Association for Continuing Higher Education conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dr. Jackson’s research presentation was titled: Virtual Internships: Student, Faculty, and Employer Perceptions.
With increased scrutiny of process reforms, this paper examines the productivity of the public sectors across the United States. The analysis assesses more than standard productivity to identify lead states and more.
Get to know Dr. John Johnson, 2014 Fellow with the Center for Management and Entrepreneurship and co-author to the recently highlighted paper, “Barriers to Entrepreneurship for Women in Ukraine.”
Learn more about this recent empirical research surveying women entrepreneurs in a post-soviet Ukraine to identify the obstacles that prevent them from helping to grow the nation's economy.
Watch the 5-minute video to learn more about the Center for Management and Entrepreneurship.