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Vol 5, No 1 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Knowledge Management Enablers, Knowledge Creation Process and Innovation Performance: An Empirical Study in Tunisian Information and Communication Technologies Sector|
|Sarra BERRAIES, Mehrez CHAHER, Karim BEN YAHIA||pp. 1-26|
|Tackling the Confusing Words of Strategy: Effective Use of Key Words for Publication Impact|
|Eric W. Ford, Zhonghui Wang||pp. 27-44|
|Crafting Strategy for Butane Run Int’l Transport and Logistics Company by Practicing SORF© Analysis Model|
|Shahin Shadfar, Afshin Vafadar||pp. 45-55|
|Linking Human Resources Practices to Corporate Entrepreneurship: The Mediating Role of Perceived Organizational Support|
|Ata Özdemirci, Nihal Kartaltepe Behram||pp. 56-77|
|Strategic Decision Making: Process, Models, and Theories|
|Anwar Hood Ahmed, Henry Bwisa, Romanus Otieno, Kabare Karanja||pp. 78-104|
|Impact of Social Capital on Innovation Performance: Industrial Firm’s Comparison|
|Aziz Muysinaliyev||pp. 105-114|
|Competitiveness and Sustainability of the Hotel Industry: The Case of Hotels in Pampanga|
|Jean Paolo G. Lacap, RMP, AFBE||pp. 115-127|
|Problems in the Offset-Caused Value Chain Network-How Could Looks Like a Concept for Eliminating This?|
|Heinz Kirchwehm||pp. 128-144|
|Credit Risk Management: An Empirical Study on BRAC Bank Ltd.|
|Proshenjit Ghosh, Md. Ariful Islam, Md. Moeid Hasan||pp. 145-163|
|Impact of Network Centrality Positions on Innovation Performance of the Firm: Evidence from China Automobile Industry|
|Sherzod Aktamov, Yan Zhao||pp. 164-178|
|Extension-Based versus Creation-Based Strategies in Tangiblizing e-Brands: A Preliminary Study|
|Chi-Shan Chen, Frank Pan, Ching-Huei Liu||pp. 179-196|
|The Effect of Marketing Capabilities and Distribution Strategy on Performance of MSP Intermediary Organisations’ in Nairobi County, Kenya|
|Stanley Chege Karanja, Muathe SMA, John Kuria Thuo||pp. 197-211|
|Reviewer Acknowledgements for Business Management and Strategy, Vol. 5, No. 1|
|Jean Lee||pp. 212|
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