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Creating Value – Value Co-Creation and Value Destruction
Historically, value has been understood largely in economic terms centred on, for example, notions of price, cost, profits and shareholder wealth. However, contemporary understandings of value also point at value being ...
Change Management in Indo-Japanese Cross-Cultural Collaborative Contexts: Parallels between Traditional Indian Philosophy and Contemporary Japanese Management
(Journal of Organizational Change Management, 2017-09-20)
Abstract Purpose: Within the globalised commercial context, Japanese business activity in India has increased significantly. The purpose of this research paper is to highlight common attitudinal traits that would facilitate ...
Micro-foundations of Organizational Ambidexterity in the Context of Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions
Micro-foundational approaches can enable firms to develop organizational ambidexterity, which is critical to long-term prosperity. However, to date, few studies have examined how mergers and acquisitions (M&A)—processes ...
Japanese CEOs Cross-Cultural Management of Customer Value Orientation in India
The purpose of this paper is to develop understanding of cross-cultural issues relating to the experience and implications of an elite grouping of Japanese CEOs customer value orientations (CVO) within Japanese firms ...