How to develop scholar-practitioner interactions : lessons from management concepts developed through collaboration between research and practice
Carton, Guillaume; Dameron, Stéphanie (2017), How to develop scholar-practitioner interactions : lessons from management concepts developed through collaboration between research and practice, in Bartunek, Jean; McKenzie, Jane, Academic-Practitioner Relationships : Developments, Complexities and Opportunities, Routledge : Abingdon-on-Thames, p. 253-270
Book titleAcademic-Practitioner Relationships : Developments, Complexities and Opportunities
Book authorBartunek, Jean; McKenzie, Jane
Number of pages218
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Institut Supérieur de Gestion [ISG]
Dauphine Recherches en Management [DRM]
Abstract (EN)This chapter builds on five major management concepts (Balanced Scorecard, Blue Ocean Strategy, Business Model Canvas, Disruptive Innovation, and Open Innovation) for which we have studied the scholar-practitioners interactions that took place over time during their development. We show that these interactions take four different forms, namely the ambidexterity, the mediation, the partnership and the popularization. We detail each of them by relying on examples from the five management concepts. They constitute a fine-grained model of collaboration between academics and practitioners that offers solutions to the tensions taking place at the scholar-practitioner interface.
Subjects / KeywordsManagement Education; Organizational Studies; Research Methods in Management
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