Social Business seeks to attract Practice-related content which includes Case Studies, Commentaries, Thought Pieces, Reviews, etc.

This material will be Editorially reviewed with the advice of a Management Advisory Board.

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While accumulated knowledge based upon experience is readily communicated through education and learning, its practical application to the solution of specific problems calls for the exercise of skills and judgement. Although such skills and judgement may be developed through a process of trial and error i.e. personal experimentation, the potential dangers are such that novices or apprentices are encouraged to work with skilled practitioners under supervision before being qualified to practice in their own right.  Case methods are among the oldest means employed by humankind in describing, exploring, and explaining various phenomena.

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Commentaries are invited for submission to Social Business. Commentaries are in-depth pieces reflecting on previously published content.

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Thought Pieces are original in nature and are an opportunity for practitioners and academics to reflect on topics which may be of particular interest to them personally. Unlike a piece of research, these may be anecdotal in nature.

Reviews
A good Review may include many or all of these characteristics:

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The abstract (c. 150 words) should briefly describe your paper. Your abstract should include the following information:

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References, Graphics and Copyright guidelines follow the main Social Business guidelines for both Academic and Practice-related submissions.

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Practice-related Content should be submitted according to the following guidelines by email to the Social Business Editorial Office.

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