Book Review: Changing Your Company from the Inside Out: A Guide for Social Intrapreneurs
Changing your company from the inside out: a guide for social intrapreneurs is an interesting paperback treatise addressing current social movements in general and social movements in business more specifically. The authors are both affiliated with the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. Gerald Davis is the Pierpont Collegiate Professor of Management and Professor of Management and Organizations. Christopher White is adjunct faculty in Management & Organizations and Managing Director of the University's Center for Positive Organizations. The writers are widely published both with research writings and as book authors.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 July 2015
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- The Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship (JAME) includes empirical or conceptual articles on areas of general management or entrepreneurship as they relate to socially responsible practice. This includes articles in the areas of human resource management, international management, management consulting, health care management, careers, management information systems, organization theory, production management, organizational communications, organizational behavior, organization development and change, technology management, small business management, strategy, and social issues in business.
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