For a wide-ranging database try using Scopus for your research (library.lincoln.ac.uk > Find> Databases > S >). I’ve added it to my subject guides (Accountancy and Finance, Advertising and Marketing, Economics, Events Management, HRM, International Business, Modern Languages and Tourism). To test the search, I entered ‘entrepreneurship community social’ which elicited over 1000 results, which included eye-catching article titles like ‘Community energy and social entrepreneurship: Addressing purpose, organisation and embeddedness of renewable energy projects’ and ‘Financial social innovation to engage the economically marginalized: insights from an Indian case study’ (N.B. you’ll have to log in to read these articles). See what you can find on this database and deepen your research still further. Carrying out this kind of research not only gives you ideas but exercises the imagination too.
For anyone studying management and / or HRM Bottom Line: Mental Health’s excellent programme on mental health in the workplace would provide insightful listening. Adroitly chaired by Evan Davies with guests Lord Stevenson of Coddenham, (entrepreneur and former Chairman of HBOS and Pearson), Andrea Woodside (Founder, Minding Work Limited) and Charlie Mowat (Managing Director, The Clean Space) who openly discuss their experience of dealing with severe mental health issues whilst running their companies, I found the discussion very interesting and thought-provoking.
Broadcast last week, Bottom Line: Mental Health is available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b048034w
We are delighted that Helen Williams has returned to work after her maternity leave following the birth of her daughter, Orla, and we thank Cheryl Cliffe for her stirling work while covering her role in the interim.
Helen supports the subjects of Law, IMDP, the work-based programmes and HRM.
She is currently entrenched with emails, and is looking forward to the busy induction period.