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Destination Management through Organizational Ambidexterity: A Study of Haitian Enclaves
Tourism can serve to regenerate post-colonial, post-conflict and post-disaster destinations (PCCDs), and national governments and destination marketing organizations (DMOs) have a central role in this. They find themselves ...
Organizational Ambidexterity and the Emerging-to-Advanced Economy Nexus: Cases from Private Higher Education Operators in the UK,
The expansion of advanced-market economy ( AME ) fi rms into emerging-market economies ( EME ) is well documented. In recent decades, EME companies have moved increasingly into AMEs , especially within the manufacturing ...
Work intensification and Ambidexterity - the Notions of Extreme and ‘Everyday’ Experiences in Emergency Contexts: Surfacing Dynamics in the Ambulance Service
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-05-23)
Many organizational contexts have experienced radical changes resulting in work intensification. Whilst emergency services face evident ‘macro-extreme’ challenges (emergencies, major traumas) employees also experience ...