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Local or global: Analyzing the internationalization of social responsibility of corporate foundations
(International Marketing Review, 2015)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the link between the globalization/adaptation debate and corporate foundation activity within a small subset of such foundations. In the light of this debate, the study ...
An Analysis of Interdepartmental Relations in Enterprise Resource Planning Implementation: A Social Capital Perspective
(International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems, 2015)
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) has become one of the most popular information systems among companies that want to continue and expand their operations in the long run. The purpose of this study was to analyze the ...
Ethics of social responsibility to indirect stakeholders: A strategic perspective
(International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics, 2013)
The responsibilities of organisations to their stakeholders have gained a strategic importance over the last decades. Following the literature on stakeholder management, a firm's stakeholders can be grouped into three ...
Sustainable supply chain management in the fast fashion industry: An analysis of corporate reports
(European Management Journal, 2014)
In recent decades, the fast fashion industry has been characterized by widespread operations across both developing and developed countries. Due to the economic, social and environmental problems in developing countries, ...
A longitudinal study on newcomers’ perception of organisational culture
(Education and Training, 2015)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to analyse how newcomers’ perceptions of organisational culture can change over time. The study tries to address whether initial working experience changes newcomers’ perceptions about ...