Huber, F., Peisl, T., Gedeon, S., Brodie, J. & Sailer, K. (2016). Design Thinking-Based Entrepreneurship Education. In Proceedings of 3E - ECSB Entrepreneurship Education Conference, 42-43
Questions we care about
In recent years, more and more people have started to look to the field of design for inspiring new ways of dealing with innovation challenges. Based o...
Buwert, P. (2016). Designers are seizing Wall Street – but can they improve your life?
Designers are seizing Wall Street – but can they improve your life?
Weaver, M., Albores, P. & Love, D. (2012). A Simulation Conceptual Modelling Procedure for SCM Applications
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to outline a seven-phase simulation conceptual modelling procedure that incorporates existing practice and embeds a process reference mo...
Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
The aim of this project is to carry out a comparative study of the adaptation of destination organisations to their policy and operating environment in Scotland and Denmark with the view of identifyin...
Scottish Funding Council
Due to a change in business focus by the client, some anticipated material was not available to the university and so the project was shortened (by 30%) and realigned. A Report was delivered containin...
This IIDI project, led by Alistair Lawson is a review of the Transcribe UK current system documentation, code base, workflow, and manual administration processes, followed by interviews of key staff a...
18 February 2016
18 February 2016
The Responsible Business Forum provides an opportunity to share good practice and get behind the Scottish Government Business Pledge. It’s only when we work together and forge...
Academic Director (Business School)
Weaver, M. (2011). Simulation Conceptual Modelling for SCM Applications: Research Issues and Existing Practice
Evaluating supply chain problems is important yet complex; with vast amount of research and practice using a simulation based approach. However, the least understood aspect of...
Monios, J. & Bergqvist, R. (2017). Identifying competitive strategies for each phase of the intermodal terminal life cycle. Research in Transportation Business and Management. 23, 97-105. doi:10.1016/j.rtbm.2017.02.007. ISSN 2210-5395
This paper applies the marketing strategy literature to the four phases of the intermodal terminal life cycle (ITLC) to identify the appropriate competitive strategy to be und...
Brodie, J., Van Saane, S. & Osowska, R. (2017). Help Wanted! Exploring the Value of Entrepreneurial Mentoring at Start-Up. Industry and Higher Education. 31(2), 122-131. doi:10.1177/0950422217691666. ISSN 0950-4222
The purpose of the research presented in this paper was to investigate the added value of mentoring for entrepreneurs during the start-up phase. This small-scale exploratory r...
Strachan, L., McMillan, J. & D'Annunzio-Green, N. (in press). Conceptualising Sustainable Leadership. Industrial and Commercial Training. doi:10.1108/ICT-12-2016-0079. ISSN 0019-7858
Literature encompassing Sustainable Leadership and developing leaders sustainably are still in infancy (Lambert, 2011). Nevertheless indications identify leadership as a vital...
Campbell, T. (2016). An exploratory study of the relationship between psychosocial hazard and ambulatory physiological response in higher education employees. International Journal of Workplace Health Management. 9(3), 360-374. doi:10.1108/IJWHM-11-2015-0068. ISSN 1753-8351
Purpose: as exposure to psychosocial hazard at work represents a substantial risk factor for employee health in many modern occupations, being able to accurately assess how em...
Lindsay, C. & Kumar, M. (2015). A Lean healthcare journey: the Scottish Experience. In Public Service Operations Management: A research handbookTaylor & Francis (Routledge). ISBN 9781138813694, 9781315747972
Lean has been adopted by public sector organisations to combat the growing challenges in tackling demand, capacity, service provision and issues around the reduction of errors...
Pomponi, F., Fratocchi, L. & Rossi Tafuri, S. (2015). Trust development and horizontal collaboration in logistics: a theory based evolutionary framework. Supply chain management. 20(1), 83-97. doi:10.1108/scm-02-2014-0078. ISSN 1359-8546
The purpose of this article is to provide academicians and practitioners alike with a theory-based framework regarding horizontal collaboration in logistics. The propo...
Pomponi, F., Fratocchi, L., Rossi Tafuri, S. & Palumbo, M. (2013). Horizontal Collaboration in Logistics: A Comprehensive Framework. Research in Logistics and Production. ISSN 2083-4942
Abstract Cooperation in logistics is widely recognised as one of the core challenges for the next future. In this context, horizontal collaboration is believed to be one of th...
Rasdi, R. M., Garavan, T. N. & Ismail, M. (2011). Networking and managers' career success in the Malaysian public sector: The moderating effect of managerial level. European Journal of Training and Development. 36(2/3), 195-212. doi:10.1108/03090591211204715. ISSN 2046-9012
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate how managerial level moderates the relationships between networking behaviours and career success (objective and subjecti...
Garavan, T. N., Carbery, R. & Rock, A. (2011). Mapping talent development: definition, scope and architecture. European Journal of Training and Development. 36(1), 5-24. doi:10.1108/03090591211192601. ISSN 2046-9012
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the concept of talent development, define its scope and identify the issues involved in formulating talent development strate...
Garavan, T. N. & Carbery, R. (2011). A review of international HRD: incorporating a global HRD construct. European Journal of Training and Development. 36(2/3), 129-157. doi:10.1108/03090591211215579. ISSN 2046-9012
Purpose – The aim of this paper is to review published conceptual and research papers within the field of international, comparative and cross‐cultural HRD.Design/methodology/...
Gubbins, C., Corrigan, S., Garavan, T. N., O'Connor, C., Leahy, D., Long, D. & Murphy, E. (2011). Evaluating a tacit knowledge sharing initiative: a case study. European Journal of Training and Development. 36(8), 827-847. doi:10.1108/03090591211263558. ISSN 2046-9012
Purpose – This paper aims to present a case study illustrating the issues involved in the tacit knowledge conversion process and to determine whether such conversion delivers ...
Based on a review of their existing information systems and plans, we worked with What's On Scotland to evaluate their information strategy with a focus on social media and other technologies which wo...
Capitals Hockey has a solid but small fan base compared to their rivals in Fife. To better understand the reasons for this the company is exploring new ways to gather data about their followers and th...
A report for a start-up company on the categories of potential customers, their requirements and expectations, and a rationale for development priorities to ensure maximum commercialisation and moneti...
Sporting Chance Initiative
Dirt School are looking to develop their digital platform, and find new ways of teaching students. They have a requirement for a digital teaching solution that will use innovative video features to al...
The nature of sport drives people to improve, develop and better their own performances. To do this effectively means hiring a coach but often there are costs and/or geographical issues in fin...
The Bay Fish and Chips, (The Bay) has a reputation for sustainability and quality. Not only has the company won several awards for its work, it also has an established social media presence...
IIDI has been successful in obtaining funding for a new collaborative project with Bright Red Publishing supported by the SFC Innovation Voucher Scheme.
Regionalism & cooperation in tourism- South Africa
Despite football being deeply entrenched in Scottish culture it is under-researched from...
This research focuses upon measures targeting individuals’ future vehicle purchasing ...