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Shifting Paradigms through "Letting Go": On allowing Oneself to Become a Management Education Scholar

Chia, R. (2010) Shifting Paradigms through "Letting Go": On allowing Oneself to Become a Management Education Scholar. In: Being and Becoming a Management Education Scholar. Research in management education and development . Information Age Publishing Inc., Charlotte, NC., pp. 11-41. ISBN 978-1-60752-346-8

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Abstract

This chapter discusses shifting paradigms through "letting go". and allowing oneself to become a management education scholar. It is published as part of 'Being and becoming a management education scholar'. The chapter author address these issues through research grounded in personal biography, institutional history, and critical reflection.