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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 ...
Executive Report 2018 – The State of Play in Coaching in the United Kingdom
(EMCC/ Henley, 2018-03-01)
This report provides an overview of the UK results from The State of Play in European Coaching & Mentoring (2017) research project, and compares these with the results from England, Wales, Scotland and Europe (excluding the UK).
Human capital, international standards of:
The drive for progress is a central underlying tenet of the development of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UN-SDG), and any form of progress will involve resources, structures and protocols. Yet it is also recognised ...
High-Performance Teams and Job Involvement: Exploring the Linkage to Augment Quality in Indian Education and Research
Industrial and Commercial Training High-Performance Teams and Job Involvement: Exploring the Linkage to Augment Quality in Indian Education and Research Abstract Purpose: Indian higher education is arguably ‘in the ...
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 ...
Questioning the Validity of Cross-Cultural Frameworks in a Digital Era: The Emergence of New Approaches to Culture in the Online Environment
(Taylor and Francis, 2018-02-05)
Abstract: Cross-cultural management research has consistently employed a number of well-cited frameworks that categorize organizational behavior within national contexts. While popular, these frameworks have also been ...
Corporate performance: does board independence matter?-Indian evidence
ABSTRACT • Purpose This paper attempts to examine the efficacy of the presence of independent board directors on firm value in India. • Design/methodology/approach The study utilised panel regression models on large ...
Gaining legitimacy through proactive stakeholder management: The Experiences of high-tech women entrepreneurs in Russia
Abstract: In this article, we offer insights into the critical role played by stakeholder relationships for female-owned high-technology firms in their pursuit of the legitimacy they need to acquire the resources that, ...
The Dynamic of ICT and Smart Power: Implications for Managerial Practice
This chapter examines the concept of smart power and its interaction with innovations in information and communications technology (ICT) and management practice in contemporary organizational settings. Smart power is a ...
Challenging the business case logic for sustainability as an instrument of CSR: Do consumer attitudes in Germany support a business case?
Abstract Purpose: The overall goal of this paper is to critique the purported business case for CSR and sustainability, which persists as a major contentious force in convincing companies to become more sustainable. ...