Transferring Management Knowledge from the West to the Balkans: Dilemmas, Diversity, and the Need for Congruence
Experience with a provision of business and management courses in a variety of subject areas in the Balkans region by a group of British academics.
||Management Education, Knowledge Transfer, The Balkans Region
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp.165-180.
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BSc (Civ. Eng) from the University of Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia (1985) MBA from De Montfort University Leicester (1995) Ph. D. De Montfort University Leicester (2003) Worked internationally on construction projects as member of design and project management teams (1985-1991); free-lance consultant in management in Europe and Asia (1991-1994); research and teaching associate at Leicester Business School (1995-97) senior lecturer at Bristol Business School (1997-to date); and Director of Research Unit in Operations and Information Management (2001-to date). Actively researches and publishes in the fields of project management, management knowledge transfer, management skills and reflective practice.
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