Hamed Motaghi

Hamed Motaghi
Université du Québec en Outaouais · Département des sciences administratives

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The structural forms of companies on the market lifecycle change substantially as the lifecycle unfolds. These changes are both structural and topological in concert with what is happening in the market. The firm shapes and substance evolve in a fashion that suggests an environmental adaption dictated by the market or more precisely anticipated by...
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At the core of the market, are the customer profiles, which define the demand forces, bubbling up along the lifecycle? The lifecycle itself pushes the market over the core as if it were a continental drift. We have deep structure defined by the customer profile, a path of evolution defined by the lifecycle and a sequence of characteristic events, w...
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Market alliances accompany firms during the evolution of the lifecycle and undergo serious structural transformations from early market ecosystems to late stage value chains. This happens in an orderly fashion that facilitates the adaptation of the firms to market conditions and witnesses a migration of complexity from the alliances into the firms....
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In today’s globalized world nationality has become a dynamic concept. During the period of nation state stability the flag under which a firm operated was fairly stable, however with the advent of firm mobility, extensive cross border mergers and acquisitions and global supply chains along with equally multinational distribution channels, the colou...
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This paper characterizes the internationalization of creative-cultural events through in-depth, longitudinal and ethnographic case-studies of two typical events. It develops four families of propositions based on the extant theory and tests them against their corresponding aspects of the two case-studies. This comparative examination indicates vary...
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Markets evolve very quickly and companies form, grow, and then oftentimes fail in quick succession. The complexity of interactions change throughout the market and the firm’s evolution, as companies navigate within their markets, manage their internal staffing and product development, and handle external funding imperatives. The inability or unwill...
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High technology markets can be extremely dynamic and grow very quickly, but they generally evolve in a specific lifecycle manner. Innovation is ever present, and some may argue the life-blood of all high technology firms, but the types of innovation and the projects that are harnessed to deliver these innovations change as firms grow, mature, and m...
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Much of complexity is hidden in structures of organizations, and the market forces significant adjustments to these structures during the dynamics of interactions as the market lifecycle unfolds. Market customer based profiles drive strategic choices, which in turn, exercise pressures on the alignment of organizations and their alliances or special...
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In this article we examine the dynamics of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) from the perspective of Project Management (PM). The concept of lifecycle model has been around for many years now, yet much is to be gained by applying the same concept and analysis to retrieve and shed the light on key factors and dependencies of M&A strategy within the Mar...
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This paper presents ethnic entrepreneurship in different light and from different perspectives. It reviews the extensive literature and addresses a few gaps. It starts with an operating definition of ethnic entrepreneurship to set the stage for the study. It reviews the extant pertinent literature extensively, including those of Austrian school of...
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This paper examines the literature related to internationalization of ethnic entrepreneurship to addresses a few gaps. It reviews the literature pertinent, but understudied, literature of entrepreneurship, including those of Austrian school of thoughts, to develop a fresh perspective and formulate seven sets of propositions. It proposes an integrat...

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A Study of the Quebec-Finland Gap in Building Information Modeling (BIM) deployment: A Critical Perspective Approach Objectives:  What are the mechanisms and conditions of their emergence that best explain the difference between Finland and Quebec regarding the dissemination of BIM in their respective construction industries? o Are there specific mechanisms in digital strategies of firms in the construction industries of Finland and Quebec that may explain the observed difference in the dissemination and implementation of BIM? o Is the ability to innovate in systems, processes and products offered by the construction industries in Finland and Quebec the basis of specific mechanisms that may explain the observed difference in the dissemination and implementation of BIM? o Could the management of professional identities among members of the construction industries in Finland and Quebec be the source of specific mechanisms that may explain the observed difference in the dissemination and implementation BIM? Theoretical framework:  Critical realism as a philosophical perspective;  The theoretical framework of our project links social cognition, activity theory and professional identity theory to the technologies that form BIM environment