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Simulation Action Learning (SAL): a methodology for teaching design thinking
Problem-based learning (PBL) is now regarded as being one of the most noteworthy innovations in the area of education for the professions. The approach had its beginning in the education of medical students but has since ...
IT enabled R&D for business value in a global framework
Historically innovation research and development (R&D) has been investigated in terms of product and more recently service applications. The central argument of this paper is that information technology can support R&D in ...
Erasmus, Luther and the free will debate: influencing the philosophy of management 500 Years on –whether we realise it or not!
Almost exactly 500 years ago, Martin Luther posted his 95 theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, an action that changed the course of world history. The greatest debate of that era was between Desiderius ...
Aristotle’s phronesis: putting some meat on the philosophy of innovation
This paper investigates Aristotle’s ethical writings, especially examining his synthesis of the ideas of knowledge and wisdom and their application in practice. This he achieved through the concept of phronesis (phronēsis) ...
Community low carbon energy transitions in Irish Islands: a transdisciplinary approach
The role of communities has been identified as significant in the future success of Ireland’s transition towards a decarbonised energy system. At the community level, there are different understandings of, and attitudes ...