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Author:JohnA. Parnell
Data Source:[J].Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (1), pp.33-54Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Researchers have not yet reached a broad consensus on the nature of the business strategy‐performance relationship and, specifically, the efficacy of combining competitive strategies. This paper examines empirical and anecdotal evidence that supports the notion that combinat...
Author:Zhiwei Zhu , JerryA. Wallin , RobertA. Reber
Data Source:[J].Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (1), pp.135-140Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This investigation demonstrates the usefulness of behaviour modification techniques in improving safety in the offshore oil drilling industry. It was conducted on three drilling rigs working in the Gulf of Mexico. Data were collected using one rig for control with interventions o...
Author:Michael Quayle
Data Source:[J].Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (1), pp.117-133Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This paper provides an overview of supplier development literature in a variety of sectors. The models that have emerged for supplier development and supplier associations are used as the basis of the development of smaller suppliers with a view to aiding economic development. Th...
Author:PaulC. Nutt , RobertW. Backoff , MichaelF. Hogan
Data Source:[J].Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (1), pp.5-31Taylor & Francis
Abstract:The strategic management literature provides numerous examples of strategy but offers little guidance for leaders in a top management team to fashion the strategy and use it to prompt large-scale change. We propose such a methodology in this paper and field test it in a state dep...
Author:Karen Rodham
Data Source:[J].Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (1), pp.71-81Taylor & Francis
Abstract:A review of the literature shows that traditional approaches to the study of role have not managed to capture its dynamic nature. In fact, the tendency has been to focus on the more tangible outcomes of role, at the expense of the actual process of role. This paper argues th...
Author:OlukemiO. Sawyerr , BahmanP. Ebrahimi , MaryS. Thibodeaux
Data Source:[J].Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (1), pp.95-115Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This study examined sources of information used, environmental scanning practices, and organisational performance of CEOs of 47 small to medium-sized Nigerian manufacturing firms. The results show that environmental scanning practices vary from firm to firm depending on the chara...
Author:SueVaux Halliday , Sandra Hogarth-Scott
Data Source:[J].Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (1), pp.55-69Taylor & Francis
Abstract:In the UK National Health Service patients are increasingly seen as consumers of a service. This longitudinal study examined the information sources and criteria used by women when choosing, using and evaluating maternity care. The aim was to illustrate how services might be...
Author:JohnH. M. Ellis , JuliaA. Kiely
Data Source:[J].Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (1), pp.83-94Taylor & Francis
Abstract:By focusing on the dynamics of action inquiry strategies, this paper has framed the way in which the process is characterised and the potential of this approach for applied management research. The relationship between improved knowledge through action and improved action th...
Author:JohnA. Hoxmeier , KennethA. Kozar
Data Source:[J].Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (2), pp.177-195Taylor & Francis
Abstract:The intent of this empirical study was to examine to what extent the use of group support systems (GSSs) in meetings modifies individual and group behaviour in subsequent manual meetings. Because meetings occupy a significant amount of organisational resources, yet are perceived ...
Author:Jennifer Mills , Mathew Tsamenyi
Data Source:[J].Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (2), pp.257-273Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Previous studies have investigated the accounting/marketing interface in industry and found the existence of cultural differences and a knowledge gap between the two groups of professionals. This paper contributes to this ongoing debate by focusing on the two groups at a broad pr...

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