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Learning From Research Failure

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Researchers need to openly discuss their failures, because in a learning process, you get things right by first analyzing why you’ve been getting them wrong.
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It would be nice to see the progression to success. You learn more.

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Five Easy Ways To A Radical, Rocking & Revolutionary Website

Five Easy Ways To A Radical, Rocking & Revolutionary Website | Editing for economics | Scoop.it

It is an excellent idea to build a website that is interactive and successful. Why build one if your goal isn’t to gain attention from viewers, other media and to get feedback from your audience? Follow these five steps to help find your website success!


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Watch this space

Watch this space | Editing for economics | Scoop.it
HUMANS are “so amazingly primitive that they still think digital watches are a pretty neat idea,” says “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, a comic...
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Live discussion: Islam and social enterprise, 5 February, 12-1pm

Live discussion: Islam and social enterprise, 5 February, 12-1pm | Editing for economics | Scoop.it
Join our experts on Tuesday 5 February to discuss how the Qur'an's teachings around business chime with the objectives of the worldwide social enterprise movement (RT @GuardianSocEnt: Live discussion: Islam and social enterprise, Tues 5 Feb 12-1pm...
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I think this might be a area of growing interest. A paper I edited touched on the topic and it is trending as the most downloaded at Scientific.

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Scholars Receive American Accounting Association Award - Accountingweb.com

Scholars Receive American Accounting Association Award - Accountingweb.com | Editing for economics | Scoop.it
Accountingweb.com Scholars Receive American Accounting Association Award Accountingweb.com The award was presented to Ramji Balakrishnan, Eva Labro, and Konduru Sivaramakrishnan for their paper, Product Costs as Decision Aids: An Analysis of...
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Congrats to the authors!

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10 Tools for Bookmarking and Online Research

10 Tools for Bookmarking and Online Research | Editing for economics | Scoop.it
The Internet is a blessing and a curse for researchers: It's a limitless source of information, but filtering through it all can be overwhelming…

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Good article

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Leadership: Creating a Vision

Leadership: Creating a Vision | Editing for economics | Scoop.it
Leaders must create a shared vision that shapes the way employees feel about their organization –– a place where people work together instead of “doing their own thing.” (Leadership: Creating a Vision http://t.co/HiifMZ3r...
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Management Is (Still) Not Leadership

Management Is (Still) Not Leadership | Editing for economics | Scoop.it
After years of debate, people still confuse these ideas - at their peril. (Great Article!
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A fundamental misconception of our times

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How Marketing Will Change In 2013: The Strategic Forecast

How Marketing Will Change In 2013: The Strategic Forecast | Editing for economics | Scoop.it
In Part One of our 2013 marketing forecast, we asked a number of high-level creative types for their educated predictions on how their jobs and the marketing landscape would change in 2013.Now, we’re passing the mic to the strategists.
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Interesting discussion

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