Informing Science Institute: A Case Study
Muma Case Review • Volume 3 • 2018 • pp. 001-026
It was late on a Friday evening and the “big” question had raised its ugly head again. Husband and wife, Eli Cohen and Betty Boyd, were slowly sipping their second glass of their favorite merlot and debating how to make Informing Science Institute (ISI) into a sustainable organization. They had founded ISI, an academic association, in 1998 to foster the development of a scientific discipline called Informing Science.
Discussion Case, Leadership, Process of Sucessful Change, Strategy, Sustainability
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