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Entrepreneurship Education At Singapore Management University, Wee Liang Tan Jul 2008

Entrepreneurship Education At Singapore Management University, Wee Liang Tan

Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business

This presentation focuses on the Singapore Management University approach to teaching entrepreneurship through classes, the environment of the students, and basic infrastructure elements such as knowledge, information, and resources. It defines the term itself as the process of doing something different or new as well as creating wealth for oneself and adding value to society. In addition, the presentation mentions ideas such as University-wide versus Program Specific approaches and core versus electives.


Time Magazine Education Program (38 Pedagogical Articles/Worksheets In A Year; Samples Uploaded), Siow Heng Ong Apr 2008

Time Magazine Education Program (38 Pedagogical Articles/Worksheets In A Year; Samples Uploaded), Siow Heng Ong

Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business

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Speaking Out: The Responsibilities Of Management Intellectuals: A Survey, Stephen Dunne, Stefano Harney, Martin Parker Mar 2008

Speaking Out: The Responsibilities Of Management Intellectuals: A Survey, Stephen Dunne, Stefano Harney, Martin Parker

Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business

This article discusses our analysis of over 2,000 articles publishedwithin 20 top business and management journals. The article empirically demonstrates how little attention is being paid by the work published within these journals to contemporary political issues across the globe. We also demonstrate the extent to which the same is true of ‘critical’ journals such as Organization. To this end we argue that mass scholarly ranking mechanisms, such as the British Research Assessment Exercise (RAE),create a general state of myopia on the part of business and management scholars towards a variety of political issues, even making a virtue ...


Discussing The Role Of The Business School, Stephen Dunne, Stefano Harney, Tony Tinker, Martin Parker Jan 2008

Discussing The Role Of The Business School, Stephen Dunne, Stefano Harney, Tony Tinker, Martin Parker

Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business

During the lead up to the publication of this Special Issue, we invited several figures to engage our original call for contributions in what ever way they saw fit. As these commentaries proliferated, it became increasingly apparent to us that it would be worth staging a virtual roundtable discussion – that being an online discussion co-ordinated and chaired by ephemera (in this case represented by Stephen Dunne) – devoted to the question of what today’s Business School is for. With this end in mind, contributors to this feature were asked to debate the Role of the Business School, with particular emphasis ...