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Towards defining executive competency around the world: What executives need to know
Rapid dynamic assessment of expertise: A comparison of performance and mental efficiency measures in accordance with cognitive load theory
Achieving consensus on secondary marketing education curriculum and instruction---A Delphi study
A sub-group comparison of the motivations, perceived success factors, problems and needs of Jamaican micro and small entrepreneurs
Executive coaching: What is the experience like for executive women?
Projected futures in competency development and applications: A Delphi study of the future of the wildlife biology profession
A case study investigation of employed mothers' workplace formal social networks
Internationalization of small business: Multiple case studies of successful small business managers in Sri Lanka
Pedagogical praxis surrounding the integration of photography, visual literacy, digital literacy, and educational technology into business education classrooms: A focus group study
The effects of learning organization practices on organizational commitment and effectiveness for small and medium-sized enterprises in Taiwan
A futures study of internationalization of the Carlson School of Management: Diverse perspectives of key stakeholders
Becoming Aware of and Learning How to Navigate the SBIR Program: The Entrepreneurs' Perspectives
Exploring Learning During a Business Ethics Simulation
Crossing Cultures: A Qualitative Study of Expatriate Experiences with Mentors during International Assignments
Crossborder Management Education Alliances: Case Study of the Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration in Bangkok, Thailand
The Relationship between Training Outsourcing and Organizational Commitment
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