Laszlo Zsolnai and Mike Thompson (Eds.): Responsible Research for Better Business – Creating Useful and Credible Knowledge for Business and Society. Palgrave, London, 2020. (This book may be available at Palgrave)
This book gathers original, empirical and conceptual papers that address the complex challenges of conducting responsible research in the business and management professions. It includes contributions related to, and reflecting on, the vision of the Responsible Research in Business and Management (RRBM) network, which proposes that business can help provide a better world if it is informed by responsible research. The responsible research agenda requires new methods of scholarly assessment that include criteria for measuring impact, systemic solutions and practitioner relevance. Theories greatly influence business and management practices, and as the late Sumantra Ghoshal warned, bad management theories are destroying good management practices. The authors of this book believe that good management theories can help to create new and better business practices.
Responsible Research for Better Business – Creating Useful and Credible Knowledge for Business and Society introduction
Identifying and Solving the Right Problem by Using Multidimensional Systems Thinking