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We have 5 Sheffield Hallam University Business & Management PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 5 Sheffield Hallam University Business & Management PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Translation work in multilingual organisations: The politics of knowledge transfer

There is a budding body of literature concerned with the agentic role of paraprofessional translators in influencing, shaping, obstructing and manipulating the processes and outcomes of cross-language knowledge transfer (e.g. Read more

Organisational Resilience: Enhancing the ‘bouncebackability’ of sporting organisations following a financial crisis.

The main aim of this study is to examine why certain sport organizations can bounce back more effectively than others. In short, which sport organisations show better organisational resilience and why? This would be achieved through a comparison of multiple sports across the UK and Australia. Read more

Critical analysis of the dynamics of leadership in the design of events and the enablement of (multi stakeholder) event outcomes

Strategic event creation (Sharples, Crowther, Orefice, and May, 2014), closely aligned with the event design approach discussed by writers such as Brown (2005) and Berridge (2011), is an increasingly popular lens through which event management scholars analyse the topic. Read more

Mitigating the impact of service failure in the home sharing market through recovery innovation and customer reconciliation

The hospitality industry is prone to service failures due to the high level of customer-employee contact (Mody et al., 2020). Successful recovery from service transgression is therefore critical to maintain customer trust and loyalty (Borah et al., 2020). Read more
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