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  • Art, 'Knowing' and Management Education

    Pavlovich, Kathryn; Krahnke, Keiko (Sage, 2008)
    This article explores the concept of knowledge as an internal process of inner knowing. In the educational context, we describe our experiences in using art in the classroom to assist our students in accessing this inner ...
  • Business networks and the uptake of sustainability practices: the case of New Zealand

    Collins, Eva Marie; Lawrence, Stewart R.; Pavlovich, Kathryn; Ryan, Chris (Elsevier, 2007)
    This paper reports on the adoption of sustainability practices by a sample of over 800 firms in New Zealand, contrasting results from members of the Sustainable Business Network (SBN) with non-members. The study also ...
  • Conscious enterprise emergence: Shared value creation through expanded conscious awareness

    Pavlovich, Kathryn; Corner, Patricia (Springer-Verlag, 2013)
    We propose conscious awareness as a mechanism for creating "shared value"; a form of value that Porter describes as putting social and community needs before profit. We explore the mechanism empirically in an entrepreneurial ...
  • The development of reflective practice through student journals

    Pavlovich, Kathryn (Routledge, 2007)
    This paper explores the design and assessment of reflective journals in a course on spirituality and management in a tertiary institution. The purpose of reflection in education is to develop students' self-awareness and ...
  • Editorial: Entrepreneurship research: follow the yellow-brick road?

    Corner, Patricia; Pavlovich, Kathryn (2007)
    If entrepreneurship theory, research, and practice represent Oz at the culmination of the yellow-brick road, Dorothy and her companions have much company on their journey. For example, one source estimates that 460 million ...

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  • Discretion in Decision Making: The Fonterra Case

    De Witt, Marlize (University of Waikato, 2017)
    Management literature adopt the definition of discretion as “latitude of action” and it is typically researched as freedom of decision making associated with positions in the upper echelons of organisations. This is a ...
  • How Spirituality Shapes the Formation of Entrepreneurial Venture: The Case of Malay Muslim Entrepreneurs

    Sidek, Farhana (University of Waikato, 2016)
    Studies have shown that spirituality in the workplace can positively impact the performance of individuals, work units, and organisations. What once was thought to be just a short-lived trend has now grown into an established ...
  • Health Literacy: A Hermeneutic Study of New Zealand Baby Boomers

    Davey, Janet (University of Waikato, 2015)
    Health literacy has traditionally been conceptualised as individual skills in a health context. Although there is growing consensus that health literacy is a multidimensional construct, interacting with socio-cultural ...
  • Social Capital and Entrepreneurship in Aspatial Indian Ethnic Communities

    Rodrigues, Mark William (University of Waikato, 2013)
    This research contributes to an understanding of how work is done in India through an exploration of the effects of religious philosophies, cultures and value systems on management practices. The overarching research ...
  • Experiencing and Learning from Entrepreneurial Failure

    Singh, Smita (University of Waikato, 2011)
    Entrepreneurship literature has long focused on stories of entrepreneurial success. However, in recent years consensus has begun to build around the importance of also studying failure in order to develop a more holistic ...

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