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Decision Sciences

Distinct from but related to our titles across business, economics, and computer science, Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Decision Sciences collection is a platform for innovative research on crisis management, risk probabilities, operations forecasting, and calculative understandings of political and economic futures.

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Social Capital in Organizations

As recently as one generation ago, the term organization was synonymous with stasis, reliability, hierarchy and disciplined productivity. The new guiding principles of management practise, meanwhile, are dynamism, flexibility, teams and emancipated interactivity. The new key term “network” has summed up these contemporary organizat...
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Sustaining Competitiveness in a Liberalized Economy

The International Management Accounting Conference 4 was held in August 2007 in Kuala Lumpur to discuss issues pertaining to the role of accounting in liberalized economy. From the conference, it was clear that liberalized economy does impact the direction, nature and practices of accounting. In response to these challenges, acc...
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Synergies Created by a Strategic Fit between Business and Human Resource Strategies

This text is an important addition to the ongoing discourse on strategic management, particularly, strategic human resource management. It is a result of research carried out in the agricultural sector, in general, and on multinational tea firms, in particular. The author’s hands-on and conceptual insights gained through nineteen y...
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The Committed Workforce

Organizational commitment and job satisfaction are two interrelated work attitudes, and the kind of relationship which is influenced by the economic sector and the type of employment. Employees develop commitment profiles that relate differently to job satisfaction and its facets. Furthermore, individuals experience two different r...
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The Holistic Egyptian Quality Management Approach “HEQMA”

While industrial organizations in developed countries around the world passed, and benefited from, numerous quality control phases, industrial organizations in Egypt often bypassed the quality control stage, moving straight to practicing quality management systems (QMS) without first verifying product quality. This has created a si...
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Negotiation and Foreign Policy Decision Making

Foreign policy decisions are influenced by many factors. The real world is complex and many variables have to be considered when making a decision. A psychological approach to decision-making facilitates the understanding and explaining of the complexity of foreign and global policies precisely because of the prolonged transitional...
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Remarkable Contributions

Designed to meet the needs of students, teachers, practitioners, and researchers, this fascinating and insightful, contemporary text is from an author who is a research scholar in the area of leadership, gender, and organizational studies. The book provides a firm grounding in theory driven by mixed methods research, including the ...
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Business Performance Measurement and Management

Measuring and managing the performance of a business is one of the main requirements of the management of any organization. This book introduces new contexts and themes of application and presents emerging research areas related to business performance measurement and management. It draws authors from all around the globe from a va...
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Qualitative Research in Business

Qualitative methods are today taking their rightful place as valuable and powerful research tools both in business and elsewhere. Many professionals, however, continue to lack the skills needed to apply these methods in an effective and convincing manner. Qualitative Methods in Business Research: A Practical Guidebook offers an ana...
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A Clinical Guide to Organisational Health

Is your organisation healthy enough to survive and operate effectively? Popular organisational health checks generally focus on a company’s financial status and its ability to compete in the market. In the human body, healthy functioning of all the organs comes before addressing competitive fitness, and this should also be the case...
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Behavioural Corporate Finance

Orthodox financial theory often ignores the role played by managers’ personal characteristics in their decision-making processes. However, as anyone with experience in the business world knows, managers’ personalities are crucial in the choices they make. Indeed, it should be noted that firms do not make decisions, rather it is the...
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Economic Behaviour

The current economy is more complex and surprising than ever before: global and local factors combine to shape a very diverse framework, where organizations and management practices are challenged. This book presents a selection of studies that deal with economic behavior, both at the macro and micro level. It presents some well-de...
£61.99
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