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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE, with selected new podcasts that will span a wide range of subject areas including business, humanities, social sciences, and science, technology, and medicine. Our Podcasts are designed to act as teaching tools, providing further insight into our content through editor and author commentaries and interviews with special guests. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and ...
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Tony Walker is the author of a recent article published in JTF, 'The tropics should not become the world's plastic pollution problem.' Tony shares a great deal of insight into the topic as he's been studying the impacts of plastic pollution and solutions to mitigate those impacts for nearly 30 years.…
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In this episode of the JME podcast series, Amy Kenworthy is joined by Dean Sophia Opatska, the Founding Dean of the Business School and Vice-Rector for Strategic Development of Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv. More than one year after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Dean Opatska reflects upon navigating the initial trauma of war by expeditio…
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Anna Brown discusses her paper 'The mark of the researcher’s hand: the imperfections of craft in the process of becoming a qualitative researcher' whilst also reflecting on the publishing process with the journal. Anna received the 2021 'Best Paper' Award from the journal for this article.
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José-Carlos discusses his paper 'Struggles over corporate social responsibility meanings in teaching practices: The case of hybrid problem-based learning' and the broader implications of this work for learning about social responsibility and encouraging critical reflexivity
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In this episode of the JME podcast series, Amy Kenworthy interviews Michael B. Elmes about his perspective on experiential learning and shadow dynamics, which he looks at in his JME article, "Working With(in) the Shadow of Experiential Learning."
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Nicholas Rhew interviews authors Barbara A. Ritter, Erika E. Small, and Jessica L. Doll about their article, "Designing Management Curriculum for Workplace Readiness: Developing Students' Soft Skills."
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Jeanie Forray and Kathy Lund Dean extend their discussion of intentionality first discussed in their October 2016 editorial (A Round Peg in a Round Hole: Intentionality in Publication “Fit”), offering tips on writing an effective cover letter that will help authors improve the chances of their manuscript moving into the peer review process.…
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Jeanie Forray and Kathy Lund Dean expand on the peer review process discussed in their November 2015 editorial (Harry Potter in the Academy: Reviewing and Our Own Cloak of Invisibility), describing the importance to authors of “blinding” in manuscript submissions.
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Jeanie Forray and Kathy Lund Dean update information provided in their March 2016 inaugural editorial for Management Teaching Review (Welcome to Management Teaching Review!) and what authors might think about when considering which outlet is most appropriate for a particular manuscript.
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Jeanie Forray and Kathy Lund Dean expand on their December 2018 editorial (On Positioning, Domains, and Readerships: Some Thoughts on Management Education Journals), discussing why it is important for authors to consider how their manuscript aligns with the mission of a potential journal outlet and what elements to take into account in doing so.…
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Jeanie Forray and Kathy Lund Dean extend a theme first discussed in their October 2016 editorial (Reframing “Conversation” as an Editorial Responsibility), providing an overview of outreach activities that editors undertake with insights for authors about how to get the most out of each type of engagement opportunity.…
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Dr. Rania Labaki interviews Dr. Guillaume Schier about his recently published article, "The Early Succession Stage of a Family Firm: Exploring the Role of Agency Rationales and Stewardship Attitudes," that can be found in the September 2016 issue of Family Business Review. This article is co-authored by Dr. Olivier Meier.…
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Senior Editor of the Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, Kenneth Thompson, interviews author Becky Reichard about her latest published article, "Believing Is Becoming: The Role of Leader Developmental Efficacy in Leader Self-Development," that can be found in the May 2017 issue.
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An interview conducted in Spanish of the recently published article, "Technological Innovation Inputs, Outputs, and Performance: The Moderating Role of Family Involvement in Management," that can be found in Vol 29, Iss 3 of Family Business Review.
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An interview with the authors of "Technological Innovation Inputs, Outputs, and Performance The Moderating Role of Family Involvement in Management," found in Vol 29, Issue 3 of Family Business Review.
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