Adaptation and Context
- Research Handbooks in Business and Management series
Edited by Anders Örtenblad
Chapter 21: Empowering students to translate management panaceas
AbstractIn this chapter, it is suggested that the act of relevance-testing and adapting management ideas and panaceas to better fit organizations in certain contexts should not only be something that researchers are capable of performing. Students should learn how to wisely conduct these processes by themselves, rather than to having to trust that researchers do it for them. The aim of the chapter is to outline a guide for how relevance-testing and adaptation of any particular management idea or panacea for any particular organization or organizations in any generalized context can be taught at higher educational universities.
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