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Last Updated: Nov 21, 2017 URL: Print Guide

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Welcome to the Organizational Design Research Guide at Walsh!

Welcome to the Walsh College Research Guide for Organizational Design.  Sub-topics include:

  • Human Resources and Culture Design
  • Business Process and Information Technology Design
  • Entrepreneurship/Intrapreneurship/Innovation
  • Conflict Management and Negotiation
  • Academic Integrity and Citing in APA Style

On each of the tabs in this research guide, you will find resources to help you research the topic, such as:

  • Electronic Databases that cover the topic
  • Books and E-books on the topic
  • Professional Organizations and External Resources for the topic
  • Google Scholar
  • Videos
  • How to contact the library with any questions that you have.

Library Databases to Help You Find Articles

  • EBSCO Business Source Elite
    An excellent database for covering articles on Business and Management Topics
  • ProQuest ABI/Inform Global
    An excellent database for covering articles on Business and Management Topics
  • Gale Business Collection
    Read news articles on industries, companies and products/services and access detailed analyst reports.
  • Academic OneFile
    Full text academic journals covering the social sciences, education, humanities, psychology, medicine, science and criminal justice.
  • General OneFile
    News and periodical articles on business, computers, current events, economics, education, environmental issues, health care, humanities, law, literature, art, politics and science.
  • LexisNexis Academic
    Full text articles, including transcripts and congressional hearings, as well as company reports.
    Use this database to retrieve scholarly articles.
  • InfoTrac Newsstand
    A collection of thousands of full text international, national, state and local newspapers.
  • General Reference Center Gold
    Full text articles on general business topics.

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