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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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Crisis Communication in the Digital Age

Over the course of recent years, in countries with high crisis expectation and risk probabilities, such as Turkey, a significant rise in the number of crises has been observed. Since current crisis practices are incident-specific, the role of public relations is largely overlooked, and, furthermore, crisis communication studies in ...
£58.99

Servant Leadership

Servant Leadership: Attitudes, Skills and Behaviours is for hands-on learners who want to develop a leadership style that will build effective organizations, achieve outstanding results and cultivate productive, 360-degree relationships. This book details a holistic leadership approach that builds a community of workers through a c...
£61.99

Managerial Intelligence

This volume condenses over 60 years of clinical efforts with thousands of individuals in hundreds of organizations into a set of clear, concise, understandable principles and concepts that can be applied by managers to improve their performance and the performance of their organizations. Through multiple examples and illustrations,...
£58.99

Ethical Infrastructure

This book deals with the field of organization management and is based on the scientific discoveries of business ethics, which introduce concepts in organization research that traditionally did not merit a place in managerial theories. These include the issue of organization ethics, ethics management, and the development and implem...
£68.99

Planning Behavior

While ordinary people tend to make myopic, independent decisions, planners deal with linked decisions intentionally and act accordingly in space and time. Little has been said, however, about how these linked decisions should be made. This collection of essays extends the concepts derived from decision theory in order to explain pl...
£61.99

Leadership Lessons from Shakespeare’s Plays

“Whatsoever a great man does, the same is done by others as well”, says the Bhagavadgītā. Shakespeare is one of such great men. He decocted man’s cosmic world into his plays, and his characters display greatness along with humility and frailty. His plays, which so lucidly articulate the hidden process of interiority of the protagon...
£64.99

Mechanisms of Cross-Boundary Learning

This book reveals the mechanism through which adults learn through boundary-crossing experiences. Boundary crossing, though defined in various ways, refers to activities in which persons belonging to different organizations collaborate in a context different from their workplace. While boundary crossing attracts researchers and pra...
£58.99
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