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M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © EMRBI Strategic Management Mission, Vision, Core Values, Positioning and Future Directions
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Mission EMRBI inspire and foster a better world by our scholarship knowledge creation and distribution through conferences, publications and teaching about business administration and organizations.
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Vision EMRBI provides a dynamic and supportive community for our members, embraces the full diversity of our experiences and backgrounds. We respect each of our members' voices and seek to amplify their ideas. EMRBI builds cooperative relationships with all members and other institutions committed to the advancement of scholarship and teaching business administration.
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Mission: EMRBI’s Business Focus Research and Scholarly activity Range of professional services to Business Collaboration between Academia and Practice Open and cross cultural dialogue and shared learning Provision of new knowledge Publications and contribution to theory and practice
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Brand Character Networked – brings expertise together like no other organization can Accessible to academics, postgraduate students and practitioners Adds value at a local, regional and international level Top quality research with a world class approach Collaborative across cultures – Open to different ways of thinking and to new Ideas Can do – undaunted and challenging to deliver results
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Core Values Excellence – quality in standards and approach Learning– exploratory and experimental Practical – real world applications and practitioner focused Challenging – seeking insight and action from learning Genuine Appreciation and Care – of diverse cultures, values and beliefs
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Functional Benefits Breakthrough research Collaborative Partners Access to Funding Growth New Ideas Sharing Real Impact Networking and collegiality
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Emotional Benefits Heard Appreciated Supported Embraced Challenged Rewarded
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Positioning A UNIQUE SOURCE OF INSIGHT High quality research, teaching, and practice in the field of business administration. Access to breadth and depth of new knowledge through a unique network of experts and wrapped in a deep appreciation of cultures and business effectiveness
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © What type of associates and members does EMRBI attract? Focused Broad High Potential young researchers Academics, Consultants and Industry practitioners of the highest caliber Range of particular products and services Good value for our members Loyal and delighted members
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Service Attitude CustomizedStandard Highest personal engagement through EMRBI Country Directors Renowned Scholars in a number of disciplines Localized scientific knowledge and consulting expertise based on cross- cultural research
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Strategic Directions
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Development in Areas of Interest Develop the specific area of interests of members through various methods such as special issues in various journals, books, mini- conferences, research projects.
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Research and Teaching Funds Creation of Research Groups around areas of interests (RIC). Creation of Consortium that apply for research funds
M2 – Business Frameworks Limited © Implementation and members We support young faculty, doctoral students, and post graduate in their development at the academic world. We help members at the job market.
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