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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 160 | Submission: 10764 | Sponsor(s): (PTC, MED, IM, OCIS, MC)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 5 2016 4:00PM - 7:00PM at Anaheim Marriott in Grand Ballroom Salon G
DBA and Professional Doctorates: Co-Production of Knowledge
DBA professional Doctorates
TeachingPracticeInternationalTheme: Making Organizations MeaningfulResearch

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Chair: Emmanuel Monod, Shanghai Jiao Tong U.
Chair: Julie 'JP' Palmer-Schuyler, Webster U.
Discussant: Denise M. Rousseau, Carnegie Mellon U.
Discussant: Elena P. Antonacopoulou, U. of Liverpool
Presenter: Laurent Cappelletti, CNAM Paris, LIRSA, ISEOR
Presenter: Alan B. Eisner, Lubin School of Business, Pace U.
Presenter: Eric Knight, The U. of Sydney
Presenter: Robert Krug, St. Joseph's College
Presenter: Karim J. Nasr, U. of Balamand
Presenter: Florence Noguera, U. Paul Valery, Montpellier
Presenter: Patrick Tabchoury, U. of Balamand
Presenter: Paul Beaulieu, UQAM
Presenter: Aline Scouarnec, IAE de CAEN
Presenter: Jean-Michel Plane, U. Paul Valery, Montpellier
Presenter: Sahid Khalla, U. of Caen - Nimec
Presenter: Marilyn L. Taylor, U. of Missouri, Kansas City
Presenter: Odile Uzan, U. Paris 5 Descartes, faculté de droit
Presenter: Tom Mierzwa, U. of Maryland U. College
Presenter: Katherine A. Karl, U. of Tennessee, Chattanooga
Presenter: Emma Parry, Cranfield U.
Presenter: Phani Radhakrishnan, U. of Toronto
Presenter: Claire Elizabeth Collins, Henley Business School
Presenter: Usman A. Ghani, The U. of Texas at Dallas
Presenter: Clare Rigg, U. of Liverpool
Presenter: Nadine Tournois, IAE U. de Nice
Presenter: Alexis Roche, ISEOR, Magellan, IAE Lyon, U. Jean Moulin
Presenter: Aparna Vashisht-Rota,
Presenter: Isabelle Barth, EM Strasbourg - U. de Strasbourg
Presenter: Thierry Nobre, EM Strasbourg - U. de Strasbourg
This PDW on professional doctorates is a continuation of the successful PDWs that took place in Orlando, Philadelphia and Vancouver on similar topics. This year’s objective of this PDW is to allow researchers and practitioners to exchange their experiences on how to better design and conduct research that involves practitioners in various stages of the research process of professional doctorates in management such a DBAs. Indeed, such programs stand as exemplar ways to 1) involve practitioners in research, 2) question reflexively and innovating adaptively 3) bridge gaps between theory and practice and 4) co-produce relevant knowledge in management
Search Terms: DBA | professional doctorates | co-production of knowledge
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