Interview with Dr Jean-Yves Le Corre, Chief Editor, www.bestofmanagement.com. ‘ On-line constructivist models of learning are an essential tool to prepare new generations coping with world complexity’

N Chidana (Liaison Office, Philippines): Why shall educators and students pay so much attention to constructivist models of learning on line’. Is that may just a new ‘fashion’ or what is the real value here in those new models ? Dr Jean-Yves Le Corre: Well, I think everybody will acknowledge that everyday’s life has become… Continue reading Interview with Dr Jean-Yves Le Corre, Chief Editor, www.bestofmanagement.com. ‘ On-line constructivist models of learning are an essential tool to prepare new generations coping with world complexity’

Would you like to participate in a research project to better understand the process for managing indigenous management knowledge in Higher Education Institutions?

In present-day society, the need to manage indigenous knowledge is widely recognised. However, there is a debate in progress on whether or not indigenous knowledge can be easily managed in the context of Higher Education Institutions. The purpose of this survey is to identify current best practices in educational institutions in the Philippines that could… Continue reading Would you like to participate in a research project to better understand the process for managing indigenous management knowledge in Higher Education Institutions?

New research project investigates the knowledge creation process of indigenous knowledge in Philippines

Indigenous management has gained momentum in research and teaching at universities and business schools worldwide. However, most often indigenous management knowledge does not transform into teaching curriculums and programs in business education. The research project is called: ‘ Indigenous knowledge in management education: a process model based on empirical research in Higher Education in the… Continue reading New research project investigates the knowledge creation process of indigenous knowledge in Philippines

Indigenous Management Research in Vietnam: new research initiatives

Thirty years after the successful implementation of the Doi Moi policy, the emergence of large Vietnamese firms offers the opportunity to better understand management practices in this emerging market, then contributing to the development of global management knowledge. Based on secondary data analysis, the authors investigate some locally-meaningful constructs and measures in some Vietnamese firms,… Continue reading Indigenous Management Research in Vietnam: new research initiatives