Books in category Business & Economics – Organizational Behavior

  • What Were They Thinking

    What Were They Thinking?
    Jeffrey Pfeffer

    The book contains a series of short chapters filled with examples, data, and insights that challenge questionable assumptions and much conventional management wisdom.

  • Trusted Partners

    Trusted Partners
    Jordan D. Lewis

    At a time when alliances have become a preferred competitive strategy for most companies, and with most alliances ending as failures, management at all levels cannot afford to ignore this powerful book.

  • Advances in Business and Management Forecasting

    Advances in Business and Management Forecasting
    Kenneth D. Lawrence, Michael D. Geurts

    The objective of this research annual is to present state-of-the-art studies in the application of forecasting methodologies to such areas as sales, marketing, and strategic decision making. (An accurate, robust forecast is critical to …

  • Researching with Feeling

    Researching with Feeling
    Caroline Clarke, Mike Broussine, Linda Watts

    This book will therefore be a valuable companion to researchers and research students from the start of their career onwards.

  • Build Borrow or Buy

    Build, Borrow, or Buy
    Laurence Capron, Will Mitchell

    Written for large multinationals and emerging firms alike, Build, Borrow, or Buy will help solve a perennial question and will guide you through change while priming your organization for optimal growth.

  • National Monopoly to Successful Multinational the case of Enel

    National Monopoly to Successful Multinational: the case of Enel
    Massimo Bergami, Pier Luigi Celli, Giuseppe Soda

    Using the Enel case, this volume unpacks the effective implementation of an ambidextrous perspective on adaptation and change, providing some key lessons for managers and scholars.

  • The Nature and Dynamics of Organizational Capabilities

    The Nature and Dynamics of Organizational Capabilities
    Giovanni Dosi, Richard Nelson, Sidney Winter

    In this book, the editors and a team of distinguished international contributors analyse the nature of organizational capabilities–how organizations do things, use their knowledge base, and diffuse that knowledge in a competitive …

  • The Power of Collective Wisdom

    The Power of Collective Wisdom
    Alan Briskin, Sheryl Erickson

    Stories and historical examples throughout this work serve to illustrate how collective wisdom is emerging in a range of settings and how, if accessed, this collective knowing can create extraordinary results.

  • Der demografische Wandel und die daraus entstehenden Herausforderungen an die Stadtplanung

    Der demografische Wandel und die daraus entstehenden Herausforderungen an die Stadtplanung
    Andre Budke

    Diplomarbeit aus dem Jahr 2011 im Fachbereich Organisation und Verwaltung, Note: 11,5, Kommunale Hochschule für Verwaltung in Niedersachen; ehem.

  • Grà ndungsmanagement

    Gründungsmanagement
    Michael Dowling, Hans J. Drumm

    Alle Beiträge sind von herausragenden Vertretern aus Wissenschaft und Praxis verfasst worden, die sich mit Gründungsmanagement beschäftigen.

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