In the latest GBR issue, authors went back to eight of the most popular and most timely articles to give us an update. The authors explore how the economy and world events have impacted the information from their original article.
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From Information Systems to Innovation Systems: Establishing the Next Generation Information Systems Department
Pepperdine University’s Center for Applied Research is hosting a free conference on developing a world-class IS department and fostering innovation.
This issue, including articles, videos, book reviews, and audio podcasts, can be found at gbr.pepperdine.edu. We welcome your comments and feedback.
The Graziadio School of Business & Management will host three visiting faculty from the Warsaw School of Economics-SGH in Poland.
Leo A. Mallette, EdD, has published 70 conference and peer-reviewed journal articles. He offers tips on publishing from his book “Writing for Conferences.”
These book reviews are from the latest issue of the Graziadio Business Report: The Change Cycle: How People Can Survive and Thrive in Organizational Change By Ann Salerno and Lillie Brock Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2008 Reviewed by John Oppenheim, Adjunct Professor of Management Information Systems The Change Cycle is full of examples. It provides keys to [...]
Dean Linda Livingstone, Winner Kasra Ferasat, GBR Editor-in-Chief Owen Hall Kasra Ferasat of Palos Verdes, CA., (pictured center) a fully employed MBA program student at Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management, is the 2009 first place $1000 winner in the student paper competition held by the Graziadio Business Report. For the second year, [...]
In this issue, read about: IT Strategy for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses in an Economic Downturn Cost-Effective IT Solutions and Critical Success Factors for SMBs. In an uncertain economy, small companies often feel the pinch of reduced business activity more acutely than large firms. As a result, it becomes increasingly important to do more with [...]
In this issue: Offshoring May Slow Impending U.S. Economic Recovery When jobs return, they will likely be in developing countries where labor is more cost-effective. Fred Maidment, PhD To cut costs and ride out the recession, many U.S. companies are offshoring jobs at greater rates than in the past. Many of these jobs will not [...]
In this issue you can read about: Owner-Occupied Commercial Real Estate for the Entrepreneur Practical Advice on Profiting from Commercial Real Estate in the United States. Many benefits accrue to the owner of single-tenant commercial real estate, including the ability to employ advantageous tax strategies, an income stream in perpetuity, asset diversification, and control of [...]