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While a growing body of HRM research has underscored the primacy of people management issues within the broader KM agenda, little progress has been made in understanding the interrelationships between HR practices and intra-organisational knowledge sharing. The aim of this paper is to contribute theoretically to the debate on the emergent role of HR(More)
The paper considers the evidence on the types of skills and abilities that are needed by doctoral students. In particular, it examines whether doctoral competencies can be differentiated from general undergraduate/postgraduate-level competencies and whether employers value the skills and abilities that doctoral graduates bring to work organisations.(More)
Despite theoretical support suggesting a strong linkage between HR systems and knowledge management outcomes, only limited empirical evidence exists on the relative contribution of HR practices, particularly as experienced by individual employees, to facilitating intrafirm knowledge flows. Further, even fewer studies have investigated key intermediate(More)
The present paper describes a multifactorial optimization of 4 critical HPLC method parameters, i.e. gradient time (t(G)), temperature (T), pH and ternary composition (B(1):B(2)) based on 36 experiments. The effect of these experimental variables on critical resolution and selectivity was carried out in such a way as to systematically vary all four factors(More)
Robust HPLC separations lead to fewer analysis failures and better method transfer as well as providing an assurance of quality. This work presents the systematic development of an optimal, robust, fast UHPLC method for the simultaneous assay of two APIs of an eye drop sample and their impurities, in accordance with Quality by Design principles.(More)
The effectiveness of traditional management education programmes, particularly those emanating from university business schools, has been questioned (e.g. Willmott, 1994: Clarke, 1999). Central to these critiques is the recognition that the pedagogic models underpinning much of contemporary management education are frequently incongruent with the needs of(More)
In the context of a knowledge-based agenda understanding the dynamics of the collaborative process between universities and industry becomes critical. This paper develops an analytical framework for examining the processes underpinning the collaborative capabilities of University Research Centres (URCs). Drawing on the lens of collaborative communities,(More)
The current article presents a novel approach to applying Quality by Design (QbD) principles to the development of high pressure reversed phase liquid chromatography (HPLC) methods. Four common critical parameters in HPLC--gradient time, temperature, pH of the aqueous eluent, and stationary phase--are evaluated within the Quality by Design framework by the(More)