A Comparison of Characteristics of International Collaborations by Biology Teachers with Biologists Employed by Non-academic Institutions
Scientist's collaborations are affected by institutional affiliations, demographics, culture, and the technical reasons for the collaboration. Managers must consider all these factors when collaborations may involve significant economic value-added activities.
||Biologists, Collaboration, Culture, Managers, Scientists, Teachers
The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 11, pp.57-66.
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McKendree College is a small, liberal arts college near St. Louis, Missouri in the United States. At McKendree College, I teach management, finance, economics, international business and business strategy to undergraduates. I also teach adults in degree completion programs at night. I was originally trained in chemistry and spent 19 years as a research scientist in the pharmaceutical industry and with the US government. I have also taught medical students, dental students, and graduate students (in both science and business). My science background has initiated my interest in managing collaboration and managing at remote locations (e.g., telework).
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