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Recontextualising the Event Management Life-Cycle Landscape
Abstract Recontextualising the Event Management Life-Cycle Landscape Tim Brown and Prof Peter Stokes Current academic convention promotes the events life-cycle as being a singular and sequential process. This has a ...
Talent management and the HR function in cross-cultural mergers and acquisitions: the role and impact of bi-cultural identity
This paper examines bi-cultural talent in relation to human resource management (HRM) practices in cross-cultural merger and acquisitions (M&A). The intersection of HRM, bi-cultural talent management and cross-cultural M&A ...
The Impact of Organizational Culture Differences, Synergy Potential, and Autonomy Granted to the Acquired High-Tech Firms on the M&A Performance
The aim of the article is to examine the factors influencing the overall acquisition performance of the companies acquiring the high-tech firms. The data were gathered during 2007-2009 via a cross-sectional survey using a ...
The Performative University: ‘Targets’, ‘Terror’ and ‘Taking Back Freedom’ in Academia
(Sage Publications, 2020-06-22)
This special issue assembles eight papers which provide insights into the working lives of early career to more senior academics, from several different countries. The first common theme which emerges is around the ...
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 ...