At best, spirituality is seen as something that is deeply personal to an individual and, even if it gives one a sense a purpose and comfort, should be kept to oneself. At worst, it is seen as pernicious influence that causes people to judge and discriminate. Outside the context of clinical contests, religion is often seen as something that should be kept separate from our working lives.
Date: Friday, 12 July 2019
Two School of Business Faculty involved in Academy of Management (2019) symposium shortlisted for the Emerald Best International Symposium Award
Dr Marian Crowley-Henry and Dr Edward O Connor are involved in the 2019 Academy of Management Careers Division-sponsored symposium “Comparing careers across countries: New scholarship and directions”, shortlisted for the Emerald Best International Symposium Award.
Date: Thursday, 11 July 2019
Traditionally the PhD has been about becoming an expert in one particular aspect of a single discipline. More recently, however, funders have encouraged the establishment of broader, interdisciplinary PhD programmes to increase innovation, creativity and employability.
Date: Thursday, 11 July 2019
Dr Olga Ryazanova elected as Research Coordinator of the Management Education & Development division of the AOM
Dr Olga Ryazanova has been elected as Research Coordinator of the Management Education and Development division of the Academy of Management. She will serve in this role for the next two years, helping to identify and promote best research in the area of management education.
Date: Thursday, 27 June 2019
Do you think theatre sounds too far from management? Not necessarily. Dr Tatiana Andreeva from Maynooth University School of Business, together with her co-authors Dr Anna-Maija Nisula and Dr Aino Kianto from Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland), interviewed theatre directors and actors about their use of improvisational techniques and found some interesting ideas that managers may find useful in order to stimulate creativity and innovation in their organisations.
Date: Tuesday, 25 June 2019
What knowledge management practices help to boost organisational innovation? A new paper from Dr. Andreeva
What management practices should firms implement in order to benefit from their knowledge resource the most and improve innovativeness? Should firms try to use all possible practices, or focus on some? Does country context matter for the choice of the best combination of practices?
Date: Friday, 21 June 2019
Opinion: eHealth will become a vital component in our future health systems, and while there is more to do, the Irish Government is helping the patient to play a new role.
Date: Tuesday, 18 June 2019
MU Entrepreneurship Summer School 2019 takes the dual importance of entrepreneurship in small firms and the innovation in large corporations into account and will introduce students to entrepreneurial thinking, creativity, and innovation activities in both types of organisations. Over this 5-day summer school, we have created an exciting programme combining the theoretical knowledge, industry practices and lots of fun activities.
Date: Friday, 31 May 2019
Three colleagues from the School of Business, Dr. Nicola Mountford, Dr. Paul Donovan and Dr. Patrick Rigot-Muller recently presented their research at CONNECT 2019, Maynooth University’s Industry networking event.
Date: Wednesday, 29 May 2019
In his recent contribution to RTÉ Brainstorm Dr Bastian Rake, lecturer in the School of Business, argues that that we need to think strategically about the structure of our professional networks depending on the objectives we would like to achieve.
Date: Tuesday, 21 May 2019