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Re-purposing Universities: The Path to Purpose

Victoria Hurth, Iain S. Stewart
2022 Frontiers in Sustainability  
In this paper we clarify what it means to be a purpose-driven organisation, why and how it represents a deep holistic response to unsustainability, and what core questions emerging from the business world  ...  It is in this context that transformation to a "purpose-driven organisation" has emerged as a systemic approach to change, enabling an organisation to align deeply and rapidly with society's long-term  ...  As a transitionary step, some may make the difficult step to Enlightened “Self” Value models, embedding long-term stakeholder-oriented decision-making.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frsus.2021.762271 fatcat:al7ffgsb4vatrnaidvdyj6ormq

Innovative Business Models to Foster Transition

Niall Dunphy, Breffní Lennon, Estibaliz Sanvicente, Suzi Tart, Daniele Kielmanoicz, John Morrissey
2018 Zenodo  
This deliverable forwards concepts of novel business models which will contribute to the fostering of the energy transition through addressing specific social, market and other barriers.  ...  et al., 2018) and public-private partnerships as a means of addressing issues such as public acceptance, split incentives, risk sharing, etc.  ...  organisational theory and positions the business model as a strategic management tool.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3479235 fatcat:wyb77rhdvvainivzofidvv2g4m

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Michele Bianchi, Maria Luisa Caputo, Martina Lo Cascio, Simone Baglioni, Birgit Aigner-Walder, Christina Lobnig, Albert Luger, Rahel M. Schomaker
2021 Zenodo  
And (b) Does in-migration provoke innovations in firms and changes in communities in these areas?  ...  The qualitiative analysis answers two research questions: (a) what is migrants' economic impact on European rural and mountain areas?  ...  businesses with new products or business models.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5017818 fatcat:lejd2lo7a5bjzj3a53tdxbdhcm

Clinical leadership in service redesign using Clinical Commissioning Groups: a mixed-methods study

John Storey, Richard Holti, Jean Hartley, Martin Marshall, Tatum Matharu
2018 Health Services and Delivery Research  
Objectives This research examined the extent to which, and the methods by which, clinicians stepped forward to take up a leadership role in service redesign using CCGs as a platform.  ...  London: HMSO; 2012) was the idea of devolving to general practitioners (GPs) a health service leadership role for service redesign.  ...  In addition, acknowledgement is due to informants from outside CCGs, including patients and public representatives, ambulance service staff, LA officials and elected members, doctors and managers from  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr06020 fatcat:yggdqzybibahresj2tnsb6fiqu

A Review of 4IR/5IR Enabling Technologies and Their Linkage to Manufacturing Supply Chain

Mokesioluwa Fanoro, Mladen Božanić, Saurabh Sinha
2021 Technologies  
Most factory activities have been transformed through a set of features built into a smart manufacturing framework.  ...  A systematic literature review is undertaken to evaluate each enabling technology and the manufacturing supply chain and to provide some theoretical synthesis.  ...  In contrast, the third phase processed and analyzed data using a theoretical framework and machine learning methods.  ... 
doi:10.3390/technologies9040077 fatcat:cq6odciabrbvnccqbv4vnl7jze

Research utilisation and knowledge mobilisation in the commissioning and joint planning of public health interventions to reduce alcohol-related harms: a qualitative case design using a cocreation approach

Rosemary K Rushmer, Mandy Cheetham, Lynda Cox, Ann Crosland, Joanne Gray, Liam Hughes, David J Hunter, Karen McCabe, Pete Seaman, Carol Tannahill, Peter Van Der Graaf
2015 Health Services and Delivery Research  
Evidence (prevalence and trends in public health issues) enters the process and is embedded in strategic documents to set priorities, but local data were collected in both sites to provide actionable messages  ...  Evidence included professional and tacit knowledge, and anecdotes, as well as findings from rigorous research designs.  ...  We will follow the commissioning (and joint planning) of an alcoholrelated service or intervention, and 'follow-the-action' across whichever organisations are involved in securing these services / interventions  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr03330 fatcat:liy6xytyeveypa5d3xljg3fdpq

China's Conception of Cyber Sovereignty: Rhetoric and Realization

Rogier Creemers
2020 Social Science Research Network  
a reviewer who may quote passages in a review.  ...  No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means, including information storage and retrieval systems, without written permission from the publisher, except by  ...  Cyberspace's rise to global dominance was to a very large extent a private affair driven by businesses and the technical community laying the groundwork of the logical and technical infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3532421 fatcat:mauajbbhzrak5jruw4uz2ixgoa

The impact of incentives for competition and co-operation on the behaviour of health care organisations: a case study of the planning and provision of diabetes services in the English NHS

Marie Sanderson
2016
and professionals as they work together to provide co-ordinated services.  ...  Whilst coopetition and Ostrom's IAD framework are concerned with how incentives for competition and co-operation can co-exist and can be managed for the benefit of all, at a local level the impact of incentives  ...  APPENDIX 4 LIST OF ORGANISATIONAL INTERVIEWS CONDUCTED AND MEETINGS OBSERVED  ... 
doi:10.17037/pubs.02528923 fatcat:s5uizos2uvajvjvul463jajuim

Comprehending the Evolving Leadership Role of the Consultant Designer in the New Product Development Process in Mature Product Categories

Fiona Maciver
2011
times easier, and my physiotherapist, owen, without whom i would not be able to type this now -but a few need extra-special thanks : aidan o driscoll for your supervision, and many golden moments of sudden  ...  with gratitude to ... so many people have influenced this study -reviewers at the eaism and drs, design gurus i have met along the way, especially chris stringer whose products have made my life a million  ...  Their model of NPD (Figure 3 .1) represents design as a subset, albeit substantial, of a greater NPD framework.  ... 
doi:10.21427/d7460h fatcat:yscndn6qmjfrxhhpggtaa45kke

The accounting profession in Malaysia: Understanding prospective accountants' professional trajectory

Dalilah Abdul Aziz
2022
From a theoretical perspective, this thesis draws on the Bourdieusian triad of habitus, capitals, and field along with his less-used concepts – illusio and gravity, to reflect on the emergence of prospective  ...  However, the literature is dominated by research with a macro-institutional focus.  ...  Research participants, for your time, trust and for sharing your stories. UniKL Business School and Adam Smith Business School for the financial support.  ... 
doi:10.5525/gla.thesis.82923 fatcat:ajfjwvwt3rbyrml6buij6e46lu

The 9th International Conference and Workshop on Lobster Biology and Management

2011 Marine Biology Research  
These results further demonstrate that individual-based models offer a useful framework for linking archival tag data to environmental conditions as a means to infer geographic movement of marine organisms  ...  , over firm-level efficiency.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17451000.2011.562383 fatcat:mxmickpa7jhb3dz37tdv2xvkr4

Partispace_Thematic_Report_Styles_Of_Participation: Young People'S Participation As Lived Practice

Rowley Harriet, Pitti Ilaria, Mengilli Yağmur, Bečević Zulmir, Martelli Alessandro, Martin Céline, Osmanoglu Berrin, Percy-Smith Barry, Popivanov Boris
2018 Zenodo  
Thus, in relation to the over-arching research question of PARTISPACE, we are interested in how young people experience participation in relation to their living conditions, socio-cultural backgrounds, and  ...  The starting assumption of our research rests on the premise that young people do participate but just not in ways that adults, policy and formal structures would necessarily acknowledge, therefore we  ...  alternative as a political model" and the Eskişehir NGO, under the cluster of "Between service of humanity and service enterprise".  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1240198 fatcat:h5o22w7mrneivmrf37ctopw2je

Data availability and use - Submission [article]

Centre For International Finance And Regulation, Policy Online
2016
Informed consumer choice on the basis of data is likely a new business model for service providers who rate products and services.  ...  One example of this transitionary policy approach is the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) idea of a regulatory sandbox for emerging digital finance firms.  ... 
doi:10.4225/50/583e0ed44423f fatcat:mtbxdodhnbd5naclrvzvoz2uv4

Developing a business innovation perspective of electric vehicle uptake: lessons from Milton Keynes' electric vehicle programme

Alan Miguel Valdez Juarez
2015
This thesis begins to develop a framework for the analysis and management of early market strategic niches.  ...  Social marketing provides a framework for analysing and influencing behaviour in socially beneficial directions.  ...  Abduction also allows for a less theory-driven research process than deduction, thereby enabling data-driven theory generation (Javernisu and Tornroos, 2010).  ... 
doi:10.21954/ou.ro.0000ae7b fatcat:bxyh2l3rqbgabpkyiayg3qirze

International Students as Future Immigrants?!

Simon Morris-Lange, Humboldt-Universität Zu Berlin
2022
and, albeit to a lesser extent, immigration.  ...  Although the surveyed career development and international education professionals had considerable leeway to design student services, their actions were found to be focused by the oftentimes pro-(im)migration  ...  by a framework agreement.  ... 
doi:10.18452/24027 fatcat:upzjenotvzc23bd2w4fnblzzbu
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