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Purpose – The purpose of this research is to explore the relationship between the positive and negative psychological states of work (i.e. engagement and burnout, respectively) and their effects on an individual’s mental and physical health. This study analyzes their separate and joint...
Purpose – This paper aims to contribute to talent management literature by examining empirically the relationship between talent identification and development tools. Design/methodology/approach – The study sample consisted of 112 Argentina‐based companies. All participants completed an online...
Purpose – This study aims to empirically identify cultural patterns in the family business: paternalistic, laissez‐faire , participative and professional. Our second goal is to understand whether, besides the variable generation, there are other aspects that are based on the different cultural...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to conduct a study on the articles published in the four top international business (IB) journals to examine how four cultural models and concepts – Hofstede’s (1980), Hall’s (1976), Trompenaars’s (1993) and Project GLOBE’s (House et al. , 2004) – have been...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to help Ibero‐American researchers identify the key challenges and benefits of moving to an Anglo‐Saxon university for a period in their careers. Design/methodology/approach – This is a review of the insights provided by a number of prominent Ibero‐American...
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