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Save the date: 2020 SERVSIG Awards Show

SERVSIG is proud to announce its first online SERVSIG AWARDS show revealing the Best Service Paper Award, Best Dissertation Award, Emerging Scholar Award, Lovelock Award, SERVSIG Conference Winners, The next...

Service with a Purpose –How to Build a new University from Scratch

Welcome to a new episode of “All About Service.” This episode is dedicated to different ways we can have purpose and impact with our service as academic. I talk with...

What’s next for Service Research by Mahesh Subramony

In our series “What’s next for Service Research,” we ask this time, Mahesh Subramony from the Northern Illinois University, what he thinks is important for the future of service research.

Academic Advice by Sertan Kabadayi

In our series “my academic advice” we ask established scholars, what is their most favorite advice that they give on a regular basis their Ph.D. students. Learn today from Sertan...

Sharing Economy – The end of a hype?

The topic of this episode is the current state and future of the Sharing Economy and my guests are Sabine Benoit from Surrey University and Hugo Guyader from Linkoeping University....

What’s next for Service Research by Charles Hofacker

In our series “What’s next for Service Research,” we ask this time, Charles Hofacker from Florida State University, what he thinks is important for the future of service research. It...

How Serving Each Other Can Save Humanity

Ray Fisk held a keynote at the TEDx – Texas State University: How Serving Each Other Can Save Humanity Services are common experiences, but they are commonly misunderstood. Early service...

Call for “Learning from Pandemics Past and Present”

The co-editors introduce and comment on the call for paper for the Special Issue Learning from Pandemics Past and Present in the Journal of Service Theory and Practice. More information...

Parsu’s Path into Service

In our series “Your path into service” we ask this time, Parsu Parasuraman, how he got into service research. Parsu Parasuraman was the James W. McLamore Chair in Marketing at...

Academic Advice by Ruth Bolton

In our series “my academic advice” we ask established scholars, what is their most favorite advice that they give on a regular basis their Ph.D. students: The two-page memo. Learn...

Covid-19: The Service World after the Epidemic

Welcome to our new Youtube series “All About Service.” The show, where we discuss current service topics, foster new ideas, explain current research insights, and bridge the area of academia...

LTAS insights: The Theory of Mindfulness

Just some great insights and learnings from last LTAS in NYC. This time Ellen Campos Sousa explains the Theory of Mindfulness.  More here.