The essence of a university is the creation and dissemination of knowledge. An emphasis on research and scholarship differentiates universities from other institutions of higher education. Collectively, the Gerald Schwartz School of Business is leading the way in well grounded, relevant and pragmatic research aimed at helping managers and information system specialists improve organizational effectiveness and operational efficiency. Below is just a small sample of some of the School's most recent successes. For additional details and a more comprehensive list of the School's accomplishments, please visit the websites of our individual faculty members.
Recent Journal Publications
Boyle, T. A., and Scherrer-Rathje, M. (2009). “An Empirical Examination of the Best Practices to Ensure Manufacturing Flexibility – Lean Alignment”, Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, 20(3), 348-366.
Diochon, M. & Anderson, A.R. (2010). Ambivalence and ambiguity in social enterprise; narratives about values in reconciling purpose and practices, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal , Online First™, 27 July 2010.
Diochon, M. (2010). Governance, entrepreneurship and effectiveness: exploring the link. Social Enterprise Journal, 6(2), 93-109.
Fuller, Mark A. (2010). Building blocks of strategic management: A pan-theoretical taxonomy of business strategies. Management Decision, 48(1), 5-16.
Long, B. and Helms Mills, J. (2010). Workplace Spirituality, Contested Meaning, and the Culture of Organization. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 23(3), pp. 325-341.
Scherrer-Rathje, M., Boyle. T. A., and Deflorin, P. (2009). "Lean take two! Reflections from the second attempt at lean implementation", Business Horizons, 52, pp. 79-88.
Fuller, Mark A. (2009). S3 – Sustainable stakeholder strategy: An investigation of stakeholder inclusion, strategic domains and competitive advantage in the Canadian financial services industry. VDM Verlag: Saarbrücken, Germany.