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Latest publications:
EFL Teachers’ Beliefs about Teacher Training

This study investigated the beliefs of EFL non-English-major teachers about teacher training. It revealed contradiction and variation regarding teacher training and its impact on their personal and professional life.

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Disruptive Transformations in Health Care: Technological Innovation and Public Policy Reforms in the Hospital Industry

This original research examines the effects of disruptive innovation and public policy reforms on laparoscopic appendectomy and cholecystectomy provision. Findings demonstrate how regulations alter the trajectory of disruptive innovation.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Organizational Studies , Volume 9, Issue 1, February 2015

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The Reappraisal of Military Professionalism for the 21st Century Korean Army

This study generates ethical insights on professional military ethics of the Korean Army.

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The Impact of Local Level Institutions in Addressing Rural Poverty in Nyamagabe District, Rwanda

The paper investigates whether household membership to local institutions in their various forms (cooperatives, association, tontines, and other self-help organizations) matters for poverty alleviation in rural Rwanda.

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Building Organizational Culture through Social Media: New Understandings

Nontraditional college students crave community but struggle to achieve it. This case study considers one university that used social media to address that gap, which has implications for various organizations.

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Reconnecting Nature and Culture: A Model of Social Decision-making in Innovation

Decision-making is an inter-temporal process that integrates rational and emotional components and that is socially and somatically framed. These multiple layers of decision-making will be addressed via an interdisciplinary approach.

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The Poltergeist Office: Re-envisioning the Office in an Era of Boundary-less Work, Ghost Connections, and Virtual Lives

One of the pressures driving the transformation of modern society is the end of the traditional office. “Work” bleeds into all aspects of person’s life transforming both culture and architecture.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Organizational Studies , Volume 8, Issue 3-4, December 2014

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Gender Preferences of Work Values and the Effect of Demographic Factors

The paper examines gender differences in work-goal preferences in Israel and the findings reflect an increasing potential for work-family conflict among women.

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