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Are students customers in Finnish higher education?
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2013)
This study examines Finnish higher education students’ perceptions of whether students are customers based on qualitative interview data. The paper contributes to the discussion on students as customers by giving attention ...
Student engagement: buzzword or fuzzword?
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2014)
Global interest in the value of student engagement in higher education has led to question whether the use of term is clear and consistent. Through an analysis of qualitative data this paper investigates the construction ...
What gives fire and what kills passion at work among the Generation Y?
(Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, 2016)
In the future working life, employees’ creativity and social skills are going to be the organisations’ key to success. We argue that with this development, employees’ engagement is of utmost importance as engaged employees ...
Learning with companies (LeWiCo) through the use of Facebook in the context of vocational hospitality education & digital spa marketing
(Linköping University Electronic Press, 2016)
There is still lack of information on how to best implement social media in project col- laboration and tourism marketing education despite the fact that social media offer interesting intercultural learning opportunities ...
Rapid Prototyping of a Mobile SaaS Application
(Rinton Press, 2016)
Rapidly developing a customizable mobile application and the related software as a service (SaaS) is challenging and rarely studied. Traditionally, SaaS solutions are mainly accessed using personal computers, but the mobile ...
Enacting the common script: management ideas at Finnish universities of applied sciences
(Sage Publications, 2015)
This paper discusses the work of mid-level management at Finnish universities of applied sciences. Based on in-depth interviews with 15 line managers, this study investigates how the standardised management ideas of rational ...