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Author:Harry Sminia , Antonie Van Nistelrooij
Data Source:[J].Journal of Change Management, 2006, Vol.6 (1), pp.99-113Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This paper reports on a case study on the introduction of organization development (OD) techniques in a traditionally top-down lead public sector organization in the Netherlands. The findings suggest that an OD-inspired bottom-up change approach can have a place next to a top-dow...
Author:Harry Sminia , Antonie van Nistelrooij
Data Source:[J].Journal of Change Management, 2010, Vol.10 (4), pp.387-391Taylor & Francis
Author:Harry Sminia , Antonie Van Nistelrooij
Data Source:[J].Journal of Change Management, 2006, Vol.6 (1), pp.99-113Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper reports on a case study on the introduction of organization development (OD) techniques in a traditionally top-down lead public sector organization in the Netherlands. The findings suggest that an OD-inspired bottom-up change approach can have a place next...
Author:Antonie van Nistelrooij , Harry Sminia
Data Source:[J].Journal of Change Management, 2010, Vol.10 (4), pp.407-420Taylor & Francis
Abstract:A great deal of commentary and controversy about the state of organization development (OD) has to do with a lack of clarity regarding what it is about organizations that can be affected by an OD effort. Recent initiatives suggest that a new set of OD practices are emerging,...
Author:Harry Sminia
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Management Reviews, 2016, Vol.18 (2), pp.111-132Wiley
Abstract:This paper assesses Andrew Pettigrew's contribution to management scholarship. This review addresses the process, content, and context of his research career. Chronologically, the process will be subdivided into three distinct phases: the period leading up to the establishme...
Author:Harry Sminia
Data Source:[J].Scandinavian Journal of Management, 2004, Vol.21 (3), pp.267-291Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper seeks to elucidate the day-to-day activities comprising the strategy process at the senior management level as part of a layered discussion. The recent interest in micro-strategy has stimulated a re-examination of data gathered during an eight-month stay w...
Author:Ying Zhang , Etieno Enang , Harry Sminia
Data Source:[J].Multinational Business Review, 2019, Vol.27 (1), pp.4-34Emerald
Abstract:Mergers and acquisitions being done by emerging market multinational corporations (EMNCs) increasingly attract scholarly attention. However, conclusions concerning the nature and the theoretical underpinnings of EMNCs’ post-acquisition integration vary significantly, calling...
Author:Kees van der Pijl , Harry Sminia
Data Source:[J].Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 2004, Vol.15 (2), pp.137-155Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper argues that strategic management of a public interest organization not only needs to be aimed at the interests it represents, but it also has to incorporate the organization's internal workings. The functioning of a public interest organization is seen to ...
Author:Harry Sminia , Mark de Rond
Data Source:[J].Journal of Management Studies, 2012, Vol.49 (7), pp.1329-1349Wiley
Abstract:abstract(#br)We revisit Andrew Pettigrew's seminal ‘Context and action in the transformation of the firm’, first published in this journal in November 1987. In doing so, we not only review Pettigrew's contributions, but contextualize these with respect to adjoining strategy ...
Author:Harry Sminia
Data Source:[J].Journal of Management Studies, 2003, Vol.40 (7), pp.1621-1649Wiley
Abstract:ABSTRACT During 1996, TV viewers in the Netherlands witnessed the rise and fall of Sport7: a dedicated sports TV channel. Apparently, Sport7 did not succeed to become part of the business network of television and sports. This paper describes and explains why the venture failed. ...

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