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Setting the context: Gypies and Travellers in British society.
(Policy Press, 2012)
The use of syndrome evidence in rape trials
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002)
Locational Contiguity and Business Continuity: Perceived Organizational Resilience of Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises in U.K. Business Parks
As the ability to respond and adapt to crises, we conceptualize and examine organizational resilience through four components (active, temporal, posture, and performance). This multidimensional view of resilience combines ...
Knowledge Sharing in Organizations: Exploring the impact of individual network relationships
As a multidimensional construct, knowledge management (KM) has been at the forefront of organizational activities for several decades and is viewed to be of critical importance in the knowledge economy (Drucker 1993). Of ...
The Future of Strategy Implementation Research in the Strategy Context: A Call for a Divergent Shift in Strategizing
Although researchers have extensively investigated obstacles to strategy implementation, many organisations, both public and private, still face strategy implementation failure. In this research, we examine the way in which ...
The Influence of Power Distance on Top and Middle Managers’ Strategy Communication: An Insight from Kuwaiti Context
We examine the role of power distance in regulating strategy communication practice among top and middle managers from a social practice perspective. We argue that power distance cannot be treated as a material factor that ...