The Link Research Institute was recently launched at DCU Business School. The institute sets out to examine the key factors that contribute to successful organisations through a range of inter-disciplinary research that focuses on people management, leadership, strategy, finance, knowledge management and entrepreneurial capacity. The launch coincided with a research workshop that was attended by Link members and a number of international research scholars.
Pictured at the launch of the Link Research Institute, DCU are (front row l-r): Dr. Angelos Alexopoulos, Dr. Cesario Mateus (Greenwich University), Dr. Edel Conway (Director, Link Research Institute), Prof. Lorna McKee (University of Aberdeen), Dr. Johan Coetsee (Northumbria University). Back row: Prof. Elissa Perry (Columbia University), Prof. Rob Poell (Tilburg University) and Prof. David Storey, OBE (University of Sussex).
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