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This paper considers those high growth companies who do not appear to consult official support bodies – in particular, Grampian Enterprise Ltd. The challenge of finding these businesses has been likened to looking for “diamonds in the sand”. Both general and specific recommendations are drawn...
The research into SME”s is often presented as quite distinct from strategy or general management research. This paper examines the literature on Strategic Decision Making (SDM) process, drawing in some findings from the SME sector which show some key similarities. The paper makes proposals for...
Science has become a powerful tool for examining our bodies, our environment, and our universe. In fact, we have adopted science as the technique of choice for examining most phenomena. The intent of this manuscript is to critique the role of science as it pertains to investigating social...
This paper has emerged out of recent and continuing empirical work carried out as part of a doctoral proposal to consider creativity, identity and survival in the microbusiness in general and, more specifically, the one‐person‐business (OPB). Inevitably therefore issues at the core of marketing...
The article in the previous issue provided a background to privatisation and highlighted how previously nationalised companies were managing the transition of change. This article continues this theme at a more detailed level and presents details of applied research into three formerly...
Based on a series of thoughts, heavily influenced by the sun and rum, this paper attempts to synthesise a number of disparate influences including micro‐businesses in Barbados, marketing in rapid growth markets, mainstream texts, and creativity in marketing and in smaller firms. This journey is...
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