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Winter Springs, FL
Dissertation - Formalization's impact on innovation: An ethnographic study of innovation practice in a Tier One automotive supplier Interdisciplinary Ph.D., Anthropology and Organizational Studies, Wayne State University Research interests: innovation research, organizational change, cross-cultural research, business in the international/supranational environment
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applied anthropology, cultural anthropology, ethnography, other
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international business, cross-cultural and area studies, innovation and organizational research
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thanks for the note. yes, i am fairly familiar with leed accreditation. what aspect are you specifically working on? there have been some controversy about it lately from MA students regarding the point system, but i would be interested to know what you are referring to exactly. for example, in the building we completed, we chose not to implement a traditional green roof considering the arid region we are in, so we opted for a more appropriate response utilizing gravel-ballasted roofs, which brought into question the universality of leed standards.
arizona state is actually home to the global institute of sustainability (i mentioned we retrofitted the building to accommodate them last semester, ranging from complete structural to programmatical issues) which houses the school of sustainability, the first to offer a graduate degree in the field internationally. you might want to check it out if it would be helpful. feel free to let me know how i can be of help.
I've been reading your work since I began my applied anthropology program at San Diego State University. I'm graduating now, and it looks like you are as well. Congrats!
Good - glad that worked! Do I need to invite you to befriend me??