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Author:... Cafer Topaloglu , John A. Parnell , Donald L. Lester
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Hospitality Management, 2013, Vol.34, pp.81-91Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study investigates linkages among business strategy, environmental uncertainty, and performance in an emerging economy. The hotel sector in Turkey's hospitality industry is investigated. Generic strategies were self-reported with regard to typologies develo...
Author:John A. Parnell , Gregory J. Scott , Georgios Angelopoulos
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business Ethics, 2013, Vol.118 (3), pp.589-605Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Managers in Peru, South Africa, and the United States were classified into four groups along Singhapakdi et al. (J Bus Ethics 15:1131–1140, 1996 ) Perceived Role of Ethics and Social Responsibility (PRESOR) scale. In Peru and the United States, individuals in th...
Author:John A. Parnell
Data Source:[J].The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2010, Vol.21 (13), pp.2323-2338Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Increased subordinate participation in management decisions has been a recognized trend in developed Western organizations in recent decades. This study examines a manager's propensity for engaging in participative decision making (PPDM)in two emerging Latin American nations, Mex...
Author:John E. Spillan , John A. Parnell , Nitish Singh
Data Source:[J].Journal of Transnational Management, 2008, Vol.12 (4), pp.55-76Taylor & Francis
Abstract:ABSTRACT(#br)This paper reports on a survey of consumers in four emerging economies: Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Peru, and India. Results suggest that the purchase decision is influenced by factors directly related to the product or service such as price and quality and factors indir...
Author:John A. Parnell
Data Source:[J].Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 2015, Vol.23 (4), pp.221-233Wiley
Abstract:This study addresses the link between management concern for organizational crises and competitive strategy in small and medium‐sized enterprises in Peru, Mexico and the United States. Surveys were completed by 270 Peruvian, 218 Mexican and 256 American managers. Strategic o...
Author:John A. Parnell
Data Source:[J].Management Research Review, 2018, Vol.41 (2), pp.252-274Emerald
Abstract:Purpose(#br)Amidst rapid development in emerging economies, greater emphasis on public–private partnerships and a more complex regulatory environment, nonmarket strategy (NMS) is now widely viewed as a key component of a firm’s overall strategy. This paper aims to investigat...
Author:John A. Parnell
Data Source:[J].Scandinavian Journal of Management, 1998, Vol.14 (1), pp.19-36Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study examines the effect that business performance has on the likelihood that top executives will pursue a strategic change in subsequent years. Poor performing businesses in the study were more likely than high performers to change strategies. Businesses which...
Author:John A. Parnell , Ben L. Kedia
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Value-Based Management, 1996, Vol.9 (1), pp.45-61Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Recent declines in American competitiveness and the increasing globalization of American business underscore the importance of one's culturally-based negotiating ability in international business transactions. This paper examines the impact of cultural dimensions on ...
Author:John a. Parnell , Tarek Hatem
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Value-Based Management, 1997, Vol.10 (3), pp.247-271Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The management literature reports on numerous studies examining relationships among the variables of job satisfaction and organizational commitment, and more recently organizational character, organizational citizenship behavior, and propensity for participative deci...
Author:John A. Parnell
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business Ethics, 2004, Vol.50 (3), pp.267-278Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Strategic managers today are faced with five critical judgment calls when formulating strategies for their companies: (1) Approaching strategy as an art or as a science, (2) publicizing the strategy or maintaining its secrecy, (3) seeking strategic consistency over t...

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