Vol. 14 Nbr. 2, April 2015
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- Familiness and its relationship with performance in Mexican family firms.
- Is the sum of the parts greater than the whole? Skill vs. synergy.
- Head coaches as managers: how well can they assess talent?
- Corporate social responsibility an open systems perspective.
- When are international joint ventures too inflexible to exit?
- Are we listening in the right direction? A proposal for adding authenticity to your customer evaluation process.
- Strategic management and the disparate duties of the CEO.
- The influence of competitive pressure on innovative creativity.
- Managing knowledge in the age of global capital.
- A study on core business shift from diagnosis service to systems integration service in major business consulting firms in Japan.
- Growth and consolidation of strategic management research: insights for the future development of strategic management.
- An examination of corporate social responsibility practices and firm performance in U.S. corporations.
- Efficiency of the diversification strategies of the private railway companies in Japan.
- Shared leadership and its dynamics: a neglected mechanism.
- The role of services in business intelligence: a study.
- Technology strategy and organizational learning: applying population ecology to understanding the influence on firm survival.