Scholar-Practitioner-Leader

Less can be More: Writing for a Practitioner Audience

It is an open secret among business academics that “research conducted at business schools often offers no obvious va

The Scholar Practitioner Leader as a Communicator

Associate Dean of Instruction, Dr. Herman van Niekerk, discusses the importance of communications skills in the Scholar-Practitioner-Leader model.

Practitioner Publications: What Are They and Why Should I Consider Publishing in Them?

In many cases, academics engaged in research will craft an articulate, tantalizing article expounding upon the results and implications of a study. Once the article is crafted, revised, and honed, the researcher or team of researchers will (occasionally with prayers on bended knee) send off the article to a top tier academic/scholarly journal. Some of these articles even get published. However, there is another category of publications which many authors may be missing, and which may be more in alignment with one’s profession or have more impact on one’s professional career. This category is dubbed, practitioner periodicals.

Scholar-Practitioner-Leaders as Learners

Learn more about Scholar-Practitioner-Leaders, and how they present themselves as learners.

The Scholar-Practitioner-Leader: An Introduction

Separately, a scholar, a practitioner, and a leader can accomplish many things, but in combination, the whole is truly greater than the sum of its parts.

Are current Leadership Paradigms still relevant for Leadership Education in Turbulent Times? Revisiting Leadership Studies and Education

The presentation provides a conceptual framework for leading in changing times and is based on a Leader-As-Practice (LAP) model. The conceptual framework will be build upon to enhance studies in this field and to shape research objectives for an in-depth article.

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