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We have recently undertaken a corporate strategy evaluation for a more accurate appraisal of the Ayurveda Practice Based Research Network's two-year outcomes. While many of our views and experiences may not be original to PBRN networks, we feel that for Integrative Ayurveda, our insights will be valuable to others who are constructing or reshaping...
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The concept of corporate social responsibility became one of the most discussed ethical principles to be respected by all businesses in all fields of activities. During recent years, number of companies asserting commitment to CSR around the world are growing as they recognize CSR one of the most important principles of ethics and an indicator of s...
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This paper focuses on the effectiveness of corporate strategy in making engineering organizations successful with a specific case study of Toyota Motors Corporation. The Study uses two approaches to data collection, use of primary sources as well as secondary sources. The primary source of collecting data involved use of online surveys whereas the...
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We examine whether acquisitions affect the divestment of firms’ alliance‐based relational assets. Using data from the biopharmaceutical industry and a matched case‐control research design, we find that alliances are more likely to be terminated following acquisitions compared to alliances not subject to acquisitions. This higher termination likelih...
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The main purpose of this paper is to identify relationship between horizontal strategy, person environment fit and horizontal fit. The selection of employees in the organization, based on their skills, capabilities and knowledge, so organization recruitment strategy or functions should associated to corporate or organization strategy. Horizontal st...
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Growth is used as a corporate strategy. Growth is where the net profits, assets, and sales increase significantly, and there is the chance of taking advantage of a curve where the unit per cost of the sold products will be reduced, meaning there is an increase in the profits. Different indicators are grouped into business outputs, qualitative indic...
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Prior research showed that corporate divestitures could help firms restore their strategic (versus financial) controls and long-term focus. This suggests that divestiture activities may have implications for firms’ commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) following divestitures. Drawing from the attention-based view of the firm, we exami...
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In an attempt to open the black box of high-growth firms within turbulent economic environments, this paper explores the role of corporate strategy, employee human capital and R&D capabilities in achieving exceptional growth performance in a crisis-hit economy. Relative and absolute growth measures based on both employment and sales are computed ut...
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Universities contribute to shaping the identity of a nation with their major university social responsibility (USR) in addition to their academic purposes and corporate strategies. In Saudi Arabia with Vision 2030, universities are facing a transformation in adapting to the societal changes and implementing a socially responsible management, consid...
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With the increasing rise of market mechanism and corporate strategic management theory, many companies, especially listed companies, take diversification as their basic strategy. As the main source of power to promote the rapid development of China’s economy, listed companies have also changed the way of China’s economic development. It increases t...
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Purpose Building on behavioral agency theory, the authors explore the role played by corporate governance characteristics as drivers of the diversification strategies of family firms. Specifically, this study aims to investigate the effects of board size and board gender diversity on the likelihood that family firms will execute a diversifying acqu...
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Integrating CSR into the core of its strategy is an imperative that generates value for the corporate strategy. This is the crux of the topic of this research paper, first in the concept of CSR and then defining to what extent commitment to CSR is a strategic step. From an analysis of the evolution of various concepts such as sustainable developmen...
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Business development is dependent on a well-structured human resources (HR) system that maximizes the efficiency of an organization’s human resources input and output. It is tough to provide adequate instructions for HR’s unique task. In a time when the domestic labor market is still maturing, it is difficult for companies to make successful adjust...
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Fintech innovation is one of the corporate strategies to increase profitability and firm performance. This study examines the firm's performance before and after the company launches fintech products. The sample of this study is the companies running fintech innovations for two years and previously also operated without them, which consisted of 19...
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In our research, we intend to uncover potentially existing, but implicit and hidden service portfolio management practices in the mechanical engineering industry. Our objective is to formulate a grounded theory according to the methodology of Gioia et al. (2013) that describes what practices are undertaken as well as the drivers, contingencies and...
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In a change in the direction and strategy of the company, it is necessary to involve all members of the organization who have the knowledge and competence to make changes. According to research, 70% of change programs fail to achieve their goals, and most of them are due to a lack of change management efforts. This change management effort is close...
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China as the world’s second-largest direct selling market has gone through tremendous turbulence in the past 3 years, resulting in an industry sales decline of 30% and 20% in 2019 and 2020 respectively. The commercial landscape of the industry had changed drastically, causing catastrophic disruptions to industry key players. Direct selling organiza...
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This study analyzes the literature on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) disclosure by applying a bibliometric analysis of documents published in the Scopus database. Bibliometric analysis allows researchers to highlight the theoretical foundations of a specific research field, identify the main findings of previous studies, and determine...
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BEST PAPER AWARD at the 13th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2022) and the Affiliated Conferences. New York, USA, July 24-28, 2022. For the paper: Gamification in a Democratic Pro-Environmental Behaviour Model towards achieving effective ESG corporate strategies. http://doi.org/10.54941/ahfe1001512
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The aim of this paper is to figure out what drives employee turnover and how to keep them in a corporation. Individuals quit their jobs for a wide variety of purposes. According to fundamental study results, job stress, career progression, financial security, workplace environment, ambition, salaries, and rewards play key roles. Due to the expenses...
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Corporate sustainability is becoming an important component of corporate strategy, resulting in new areas of goal setting, planning, and process-level change. Despite the growing importance of corporate sustainability in organizations, there is a lack of research examining how the coexistence of corporate sustainability practices and a firm's techn...
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Esta coletânea discute sociologicamente o processo de mudança social experimentado pela região sul do estado do Rio de Janeiro ao longo dos últimos 25 anos, como decorrência de investimentos realizados por corporações transnacionais do setor automobilístico. O conjunto de artigos reflete um percurso de pesquisa coletivo e de longo prazo, que se con...
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Although the COVID-19 pandemic has generated voluminous research in mainstream business and management, there remains a need for a robust state-of-the-art review of the current diverse streams of research that have scattered across different fields. To address this lacuna in the current growing body of research, we conducted a systematic review of...
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The crisis in financial institutions and the imminent failure of the US-based automobile producers (1) raised the issue about whether use of the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) (2) would have helped these companies to avoid the disasters that occurred. Let us explore the possibilities. Many of the failed or failing organizations suffered from having a muc...
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This study aims to empirically analyze the effects of corporate diversification, customer concentration, and related party transactions (RPTs) on tax avoidance. In addition, we analyze the role of corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure in moderating the impacts of these independent variables on tax avoidance. We test the hypotheses on Ind...
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This paper seeks to expand our understanding of Corporate Political Activity (CPA) in trade policy by exploring the strategic responses of EU trade dependent firms (TDFs) to the recent backlash against globalisation. We develop propositions on likely corporate strategies in this context and explore them in the EU. Our empirical focus is on four cas...
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New business models that integrate sustainability into corporate strategies and combine environmental, economic, and social issues with production practices are on the rise. Implementation of corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives may trigger organisational, process, and product changes, thus affecting a firm's innovation pattern. This s...
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Uncertain environmental conditions and typology of corporate strategy are the determining factors in improving company performance. This study aims to prove the analysis results of the typology of strategic management accounting techniques on company performance and test the role of environmental uncertainty in moderating the typology of strategies...
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The purpose of this study is to obtain empirical evidence regarding the effect offirm's corporate strategy, leverage, independent commissioners, and audit committee onearnings management practices in manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia StockExchange in 2017-2019. This study used 69 samples of manufacturing company data selectedthrough p...
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The significant need to achieve business sustainability calls for a new business perspective grounded on leaders’ abilities and the effective execution of green human resource management (GHRM). This study aims to emphasize the role of ethical leadership and GHRM in moving organizations toward sustainability. GHRM supports companies to match their...
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An innovation strategy is a common innovation mission and a detailed plan that aims to create new value, for which customers are willing to pay. It includes a set of policies or behaviors geared toward achieving future organizational growth. Innovation is the leading force of competitiveness, of growth, of profitability and of the creation of durab...
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Employees' behavior and corporate social responsibility (CSR) can affect firms’ profitability and increase the corporate economic burden. This current research endeavors to explore how business firms navigate employees' technology-driven behavior and CSR sustainable practices for tax avoidance to affect firms’ performance. This study examines how C...
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This research aims to examine how the prior experiences of the chief executive officer (CEO) and board influence the focal firm's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. Further, the present study examines how CEO overconfidence influences the diffusion of CSR activities. The authors theorize that overconfident CEOs are influenced more by...
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This paper applies the varieties of capitalism (VoC) theory of innovation to a country-case study: Germany. Drawing on a firm-level data set, the article measures the joint impact of a set of coordinated institutions—regarding the four institutional arenas highlighted by VoC—on incremental, radical, process innovation and imitations. Furthermore, t...
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The advent of intelligent technology has spurred most large companies to introduce business intelligence systems (BIS), but those with low information maturity still have a wait-and-see attitude towards BIS. In order to accelerate the introduction of BIS, this study found and analyzed the critical factors (CFs) considered by companies when introduc...
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La relation entre le système de contrôle de gestion et la stratégie d'entreprise dans les établissements vinicoles au Brésil et en France « The relationship between the management control system and the business strategy in wineries in Brazil and France » Résumé Le secteur vitivinicole au Brésil est encore un secteur émergent avec un fort potentiel...
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Promoting the concept and principles of sustainable development at the micro level requires that industrial companies understand and improve approaches to managing corporate sustainability. Currently, economics does not provide a universal definition of what corporate sustainability is. With regard to the mining sector, corporate sustainability iss...
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Paper aims: This paper presents a manufacturing process model for assessing the effects on economic, social, and environmental targets, given variations on corporate strategies of production, innovation, marketing, and demand for final goods. Originality: The model integrates economic, social, and environmental dimensions that are validated throug...
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What should the managers of a multi-business firm do when their company's resources are not used profitably? Research on redeployment proposes that managers should withdraw those resources from the business where they are underutilized and switch them to a business where they can be used more profitably, whereas the literature on divestiture advoca...
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Purpose Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) are typical corporate strategies that provide hospitality business competitiveness. However, some recent evidence shows that when the merged and acquired (M&Aed) restaurants have strong local characteristics, consumers feel betrayed and perceive the M&As, legitimate business activities, as immoral actions. Bu...
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Resilience in Management a key element of business model in the Post Covid Era. Abstract Covid 19 pandemic has caused a severe impact over the business and caused a severe impact over the business and economies. Climate changes economic instability and political unrest have constituted their parts and imposed an indefinite uncertainty over the busi...
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Background: The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) supports Americans with lower income to purchase dietary products at authorized retailers. This research aimed to evaluate SNAP-authorized retailers' public commitments in support of nutrition security and to examine differences between traditional grocers and nontraditional (e.g., c...
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As the global market develops along with technological advances, especially the opening of markets in developing and underdeveloped countries, the logistics industry is considered by managers to be a useful tool to link different functions of corporate strategy. Logistics is the process of planning, implementing and controlling the movement of good...
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Merger and Acquisitions have been for long the most commonly used method of growth, diversification and many other corporate strategies. Along with that there has also been literary evidence that the M&A quite more than expected have been unsuccessful in attaining their primary goal or objectives and thus have been deemed as failures. This study tr...
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Nowadays, many companies are aware of the fact that if they can meet the employees' requests, provide them with sufficient information and quality working conditions, their work performance will be at a high level. As a result, employees can ultimately meet customer requests and the company can move forward. The issue of quality internal communicat...
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Resilience in Management a key element of business model in the Post Covid Era. Abstract Covid 19 pandemic has caused a severe impact over the business and caused a severe impact over the business and economies. Climate changes economic instability and political unrest have constituted their parts and imposed an indefinite uncertainty over the busi...
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O presente estudo acadêmico tem como foco nortear uma empresa de confeitaria, La Reine Macarons localizada em Guarulhos/SP, através da proposta de criação do planejamento estratégico (PE). Trata-se de uma empresa, gerida por uma microempreendedora individual. Desta forma, os principais problemas identificados na empresa são a falta de conhecimento...
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This paper shows that the socio-technical barriers that sustainable innovations face, may stem from global regimes. Existing transitions approaches like the Technological Innovation System (TIS), overlook the impact of global regimes on radical innovation. Building on institutional theory, we therefore develop a theoretical framework that captures...
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Strategic risks may be defined as risks arising out of corporate strategy. Some of them are related to the external enterprise environment. If an enterprise is not able to manage external strategic risks, it faces the possibility of non-achievement of its strategic objectives. And they represent the biggest threat to strategy realization. Their suc...
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This paper aims to study the international experience (in the aspect and taking into account the specifics of regions of the world) integrating the SDGs into corporate strategies and to identify the following: (1) supported SDGs (UN standards); (2) implemented measures of corporate social responsibility to support the SDGs and (3) approach from the...
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The question of why some firms grow faster than others is of high theoretical and practical importance. Beyond a wealth of studies based on stochastic models, firm growth has mostly been explained by looking at the structural characteristics of firms, sectors, and countries. The role of managers’ characteristics in fostering firms’ growth has been...
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We study how state and market logics, which operate both internal and external to the firm, jointly influence firm strategy. In the context of the Chinese financial intermediary industry, we argue that the level of state ownership in a firm has an inverted U-shaped relationship with the firm’s financial portfolio diversification. This is because fi...
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Job insecurity is a widespread workplace stressor that has been extensively investigated using quantitative approaches. Using a critical organizational psychology framework, we conducted a meta‐synthesis of 20 qualitative studies to investigate the experience of job insecurity among vulnerable employee groups (i.e., women and immigrants). The quali...
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Although existing research has discussed the impact of market strategy or non-market strategy on corporate legitimacy thoroughly, there is limited research on the joint role of the two strategies. Based on the big data analysis of media coverage, this study addresses this research gap by using a sample of Chinese listed firms during 1999–2018. Our...
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This paper analyses the role that individual entrepreneurial orientation (IEO) plays in the success of international entrepreneurship moves. We focus on the mediation effect of international entrepreneurship in the relationship between IEO and firm performance. We argue that entrepreneurial experience constitutes an important source of IEO and prop...
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Corporate governance is the system of rules, practices, and processes by which a firm is directed and controlled. Corporate governance essentially involves balancing the interests of a company's many stakeholders, such as shareholders, senior management executives, customers, suppliers, financiers, the government, and the community. Since corporate...
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With the advent of the wave of big data, data has become an important information asset. With data information, we have the ability to gain insight into market conditions and strengthen management. The use of big data technology to conduct statistics, analysis, and mining of massive information can make information assets play a very high value in...
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Enterprise investment decision performance evaluation is a complex system, which is affected by many factors. Based on the consideration of corporate strategy and stakeholders, a six-level index system is designed to evaluate the performance of corporate investment decision-making. The index-selection method combining benchmarking management and pr...
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As a result of the continual debate between portfolio optimization and the assumption of corporate strategy, it is debatable whether diversification enhances stability. This study examines the effect of diversification on bank stability by employing panel data representing 45 African nations between 2000 and 2020. Based on dynamic panel generalized...
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In order to improve the company’s comprehensive budget execution performance and the effect of corporate strategy formulation, this paper integrates the EVA unsupervised learning model to evaluate the company’s comprehensive budget execution performance. Moreover, this paper improves the algorithm model by comparing the budgeting process of the com...
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Lacy-Nichols and Williams provide important new insights into the ongoing contest over policy space and consumer behavior. I attempt to situate these insights in relation to government mandates and governance norms and situate these norms and mandates in the prevailing economic order. This approach is necessary to understand how corporate practices...
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Aiming at integrating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in its corporate strategy, the company Corbion has developed and performed an impact assessment consisting of three steps: 1) Product and supply chain SDG impact assessment 2) Prioritization and 3) Target setting. As an outcome of this assessment, the company has chosen to focus on SDG...
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The purpose of this research was to study the selection of strategies of asset management business, consisting of corporate strategy, business strategy, and functional strategy, including the comparative study of the selection of strategies of asset management businesses between state enterprises and private organizations. The data were collected b...
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This article considers how the use of narratives has steadily transformed corporate strategy in the context of organizational change in recent years. 'Narrative strategy' is defined in this article as an evolving field concerned with the role of narratives as patterns of expectation and understanding in organizational transformation. In contrast to...
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Institutions, institutes and colleges of higher education are the first pioneers for the outputs of specialized medical, engineering and social cadres, including accounting cadres. The Higher Institute for Accounting and Financial Studies is the Department of Accounting Studies, the main tributary for the preparation of specialized professional cad...
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The implementation of the concept of sustainable marketing in corporate strategies plays a significant role in the realities of the modern market. The failure to include actions for sustainable development in traditional marketing mix tools makes it necessary to redefine them. The main goal of this article is to provide a comprehensive understandin...
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The purpose of this study is to determine the interests of stakeholders and their influence on the strategic guidelines for the sustainable development of industrial enterprises in the Russian fuel and energy complex. Environmental safety is one of the components of the corporate strategy implementation for the sustainable development of industrial...
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Green supply chain management (GSCM) plays the primary and a very important role for attaining the mission of sustainable development. Sustainability through GSCM is an evolving practice generic from the synthesis of two pertinent contemporary regenerative strategies. They are economic development and environmental protection. Accordingly, the conc...
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Die betriebliche Weiterbildung hat sich in der Folge von Digitalisierung, Veränderungen auf dem Arbeitsmarkt und Corona-Pandemie neuen Herausforderungen gestellt. In einer als stichprobenbasierte Momentaufnahme angelegten Studie werden die folgenden Fragestellungen untersucht: Wie stellt sich die Situation der betrieblichen Weiterbildung an der Sch...
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Corporate restructuring (acquisitions, alliances and divestment) is a visible form of corporate strategy. For example, firm investments in buying and selling assets exceed the gross domestic product of the majority of nations. Most research in this area examines acquisitions, but informing practice is limited by examining acquisitions in isolation...
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Business activity of companies has encouraged to look for ways to embody sustainability within corporate strategy, marketing, communications, annual reports, and their activity (Holliday, 2001) In bringing these values into PM the scope necessarily widens and there becomes a need to redefine the time scale. This understanding permits us to explore...
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O que é governança corporativa? R. É um sistema com regras, definição de estruturas e de processos que devem estar alinhados com a estratégia corporativa e dirigem, monitoram, incentivam e orientam a conduta das dirigentes, colaboradores, fornecedores e envolvem o relacionamento com sócios e órgão externos de fiscalização e regulação. As regras de...
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L’objectif de cet ouvrage est de présenter un vaste panorama des théories des organisations issues d’une diversité de champs disciplinaires : en gestion, économie, sociologie, psychologie ou sciences cognitives. Il s’adresse à tous les étudiants, enseignants, managers, praticiens qui cherchent à mieux comprendre les organisations dans lesquelles il...
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Brand M&A has long been an extremely common strategy for expanding the scale of an organization and entering new business areas, but various signs show that many brand mergers and acquisitions (M&As) do not add value. They often lose money and fail. This research explores the value, scarcity, and non-replicability of resources in corporate M&A, as...
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The constant changes typically present in the market along with intense competition force companies to be flexible and adaptable. Firms that operate in the tourism industry need to be well prepared and ready to face challenges that arise on different levels. Managerial and technological innovations can play a significant role in the profitability,...
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A corporate strategy follows the portfolio approach to make a number of decisions about how the company will achieve its objectives specified in its mission statement with its resources efficiently and effectively. A company has many different corporate strategies to choose from for its profit, growth, and competitive advantage. The option is not,...