Too Smart to Participate? Rational Reasons for Employees’ Non-participation in Action Research KU Leuven
Action research literature promotes broad participation in order to gain better insights into prevailing issues and cope with both present and future challenges in organizations. For good reasons, action researchers view participation as desirable and even necessary. However, emphasizing participation also creates a blind spot: researchers tend to assume that employees are willing or even eager to take part in organizational change projects. A ...
Task-based voice and teamworking KU Leuven
The importance of checking original sources instead of copying other authors is, once again, demonstrated using the example of the identification of a coat-of-arms in the choir banks of the church of Saint Martin in Venlo.
Managing Adoption by Cultural Development: Exploring the Plant-Level Effect of a Company-Specific Production System in a Norwegian Multinational KU Leuven
Using numismatic literature, coins from collections and finds as well as archival documents, an up-to-date overview of the coinage of Mechteld of Guelders in the period 1372-1384 is presented. She first had coin struck at Zaltbommel (1372-1379) and later at Huissen (1379-1384).