Monthly Archives: December 2010

Leadership Ambiguity and Ambivalence: A Critical Solution

B.R. BROCATO Department of Sociology, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas STUART S. GOLD, PhD College of Management and Technology, Walden University USA BRB029@SHSU.EDU stuart.gold@waldenu.edu Abstract To identify the empirical reliability of contemporary leadership traits research found in management studies, … Continue reading

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Internationalization of family businesses: a theoretical model base on international enterpreneurship perspective

JOSÉ C. CASILLAS, ANA M. MORENO, FRANCISCO J. ACEDO Departamento de Administración de Empresas and Marketing University of Seville Avda Ramón and Cajal, 1, 41018 SPAIN casillas@us.es, ammoreno@us.es, fjacedo@us.es Abstract Family Businesses account for a high percentage of firms in … Continue reading

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Integration of the Republic of Kazakhstan into Global Educational Scenario: from Reforms in Education to Quality Assurance Enhancement and World Ranking Participation

NATALYA PAK PhD, Associate Professor and Head Quality Assurance Department Kazakh-British Technical University Tole bi street, 59, Almaty, 050000 Republic of Kazakhstan nat_s_pak@yahoo.com n.pak@kbtu.kz ABSTRACT The paper deals with the important changes that are currently taking place in the system … Continue reading

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The Implementation of resilience engineering to enhance organizational innovation in a complex environment

René Pellissier Department of Business Management, University of South Africa pellir@unisa.ac.za RESEARCH PAPER: ON-GOING RESEARCH ON TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT. Abstract Business as a complex system requires acknowledgement that we cannot control organizations to the degree that a mechanistic perspective … Continue reading

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Solving the Problems of Groupthink in Health Care Facilities through the Application of Practical Originality

Dr. Michael J Snell, D.B.A., M.B.A. School of Health Sciences Kaplan University 33422 192nd Ave SE, Unit 37, Auburn, WA 98092 USA Abstract The purpose of this article is to analyze the problem of groupthink in hospitals and examine the … Continue reading

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Perception of Substance Abuse on Employees’ Performance in Ghana Airport Company

EVANS SOKRO Assisted by Sabaina Boadi and Eric Kyeremateng Department of Management & Human Resource Central University College, Miotso P. O. Box DS 2310, Accra Ghana evansok@yahoo.com Abstract: This research examined the effects of substance abuse on employee performance in … Continue reading

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Modelling for value-added educational service delivery within a first-cycle degree institution: A Bulgarian case

Vanya Slantcheva-Baneva, PhD Marketing Department College of Management, Trade and Marketing – Sofia 126, Tzar Boris III Blvd., 1626 Sofia Bulgaria vanya-slantcheva@mtmcollege.bg Abstract: – The purpose of this paper is to represent a model for implementing value-added educational service delivery … Continue reading

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Rationality and Intuition in California and in Hungary

ZITA ZOLTAY PAPRIKA Department of Decision Sciences Corvinus University of Budapest Fővám Square 8. Budapest, 1093 HUNGARY zita.paprika@uni-corvinus.hu    http://www.uni-corvinus.hu/index.php?id=23194 Abstract: – Strategic decision making is usually conducted by a firm’s top management, led by the CEO or the President of … Continue reading

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