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#1Marzia Ventura (Health Science University)H-Index: 2
#2Walter Vesperi (UNIME: University of Messina)H-Index: 2
Last. Rocco ReinaH-Index: 2
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This article uses a literature review to study the research areas of organisational resilience in family firms, during the generational change. The study offers a theoretical overview to explain on these themes. Our evidences show that the academic literature has reached a shared consensus on the importance of organisational resilience. However, there are few studies on organisational resilience in family firms. Our study suggests some reflections on two other phenomena link to organisational re...
The case discusses GCMMF's business strategy to achieve a competitive advantage in the domestic market and that they are trying to leverage the advantage of e-commerce giant Amazon to explore the U...
Since human dimension is an important factor during business process redesign, this study aims to distinct factors influencing employees' experience after similar initiatives. A structural equation model was developed representing relationships between influencing factors and tested using survey data from 136 employees in large companies in North Macedonia that significantly redesigned business processes in their information technology departments, with results explaining 68% of variance in empl...
#1Yu Sang Chang (Gachon University)
#2JiHye Anna Kim (Soongsil University)
Last. Young Soo Kim (Soongsil University)
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In a majority of the existing research on entrepreneurship start-up, entry “cost”, “time”, and “procedures” were analyzed as the primary barriers against a greater rate of new business start-ups. We examine whether the country differences in the start-up barriers existing in 2003 have been reduced and if so, how fast. We deploy the convergence framework to answer these questions for 132 countries. Results of our analysis indicate that all three start-up barriers for 132 countries are converging ...
This research scrutinises the linkages between manager learning preferences (LP), brand management (BM), and levels of firm performance (FP) of housing estate firms in Thailand. Mixed methods were applied. The research objectives were to understand the relationship between the independent and dependent variables, and to provide recommendations on how to increase firm performance. The findings suggest that the optimal LP for managers of housing estate firms are the pragmatist, reflector, activist...
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