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Argues that with increasing global competition it has become of utmost importance for organizations to address business issues creatively. Creativity is best defined as the degree to which an employee demonstrates new ideas or applications for activities and solutions at work. Risk taking is an...
Reports the results of a study into differences in the levels of job satisfaction, job tension and stress, and interpersonal relations with superiors and peers, between managers in Singapore and Australia. The study draws on Hofstede′s concept and classification of national culture to predict...
An important but commonly overlooked issue in field research design is the balance of costs and benefits for academic researchers and organizations (and their members) in which research is conducted. Addresses the potential for the researcher and the organization to form a research team from...
Describes the experience of 40 strategy workshops conducted with the top teams of a variety of businesses. While the aim of the workshops was to produce high levels of commitment to good quality strategies, in a number of cases the outcomes were disappointing; little strategic change took place....
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