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Direction of businesses operating in Slovakia to develop key managerial competencies

Zdenko Stacho, Katarína Stachová, Ľubica Varečková, Jana Galera Matúšová
2021 Production Engineering Archives  
The authors analyse the current but also expected state of key managerial competencies as well as their application needed to maintain competitiveness in the emerging era of Industrial Revolution in businesses  ...  The results of the survey show an above-average use of almost all assessed competencies as well as positive prognosis for the future, as the perception of their need of future application is even at a  ...  These findings are in line with the findings of previous researches, which demonstrate an awareness of the need to focus on the key competencies of managers.  ... 
doi:10.30657/pea.2021.27.39 fatcat:hagow653rrbarfohooarvupx2q

Competing in (and out of) Transition Economies

Canan Canbulat Mutlu, Wu Zhan, Zhiang (John) Lin
2014 Academy of Management Proceedings  
domestic and foreign firms and the related competitive dynamics between them in (and eventually out of) transition economies.  ...  Drawing on the awareness-motivation-capability framework from the competitive dynamics literature, this paper develops a three-round framework that explores the evolution of the dynamic capabilities of  ...  Managerial relevance A number of implications for practice emerge. Both MNEs and DFs need to transform and renew themselves to stay alive.  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2014.14653abstract fatcat:ao7qi2o3wzeixndepqvr5cnps4

Competing in (and out of) transition economies

Canan C. Mutlu, Wu Zhan, Mike W. Peng, Zhiang Lin
2015 Asia Pacific Journal of Management  
domestic and foreign firms and the related competitive dynamics between them in (and eventually out of) transition economies.  ...  Drawing on the awareness-motivation-capability framework from the competitive dynamics literature, this paper develops a three-round framework that explores the evolution of the dynamic capabilities of  ...  Managerial relevance A number of implications for practice emerge. Both MNEs and DFs need to transform and renew themselves to stay alive.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10490-015-9419-y fatcat:m73o3wic5fhqfbk36skv2j4zyy

Strategy development: Driving improvisation in Malaysia

Ian R. Hodgkinson, Paul Hughes, Darwina Arshad
2016 Journal of World Business  
This paper extends improvisation research to the unexplored competitive settings of an emerging middle-income economy.  ...  (2005) to extend the study of strategy and organizations to a wider range of settings to examine the extent to which theories in developed economies are suited to the characteristics and actions of firms  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Professor Xiaohui Liu for her valuable comments on an earlier draft of this paper and the anonymous reviewers for their insightful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jwb.2015.07.002 fatcat:yy7fz6r42rf3jfokd53zhtseuy

The Role of Managerial Skills in the Sustainable Development of SMEs in Mehedinti County, Romania

Luminita Popescu, Anica Iancu, Marioara Avram, Daniel Avram, Virgil Popescu
2020 Sustainability  
The study comes to support the public policies concerning small and medium-sized entities by using a model of managerial skills testing for applicants.  ...  From the privileged place held by the entrepreneur in SMEs, the present study aims to investigate the role of managerial skills in the sustainable development of small and medium enterprises, focused on  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12031119 fatcat:hznk67wrurdsvl4xmctb3eu7di

Managerial capability for innovation for microfirms: integrating theory with empirical evidence

Arthur Kearney, Denis Harrington, Felicity Kelliher
2017 The Irish Journal of Management  
The empirical research results in a refined model of managerial capability for innovation in context.  ...  Innovation is shown to emerge through the interaction of aspects of managerial capability and key resource pools.  ...  Reflecting the significance of the owner/manager in a microfirm setting, the nature of managerial capability is investigated with argument made for the emergence of four categories of microfirm managerial  ... 
doi:10.1515/ijm-2017-0006 fatcat:jvsp4325krbptifweeruscjlda

Impact of Prestigious Indicators on Sustainable Growth of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Pakistan

Shoaib Ali, Farooq Azam, Hafiz Muhammad Naveed, Waqar Abid
2020 Asian Journal of Economics and Empirical Research  
This study aims to examine the prestigious indicators influencing the sustainable growth of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME's) in Pakistan. This research is comprised of primary data.  ...  The study findings demonstrate that the most imperative indicators associated with the sustainable growth of Pakistan's SME's are government funding, access to credit, and technology awareness turn out  ...  Some earlier studies critically evaluated the issues that influence the economic expansion of SME's in other emerging countries such as India and Malaysia.  ... 
doi:10.20448/journal.501.2020.72.251.257 fatcat:j5f4upkbhvbdrkgzceog4abtja

A Theoretical Model to Measure Managerial and Leadership Competence of Business School Managers

A. Shaikh, C. A. Bisschoff, C. J. Botha
2018 Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies  
point of departure for other researchers of managerial competence.  ...  The value of this study resides in a strong theoretical basis for postmodern business environmental skills that managers need to maintain completeness of their organizations as well as providing a sound  ...  Schwab (2016) , in his address at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, refers to the influence of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on the global economy.  ... 
doi:10.22610/jebs.v9i6.2012 fatcat:jww2vu45m5fdjiacotimhriiem

Does Emotional Intelligence Affect Organizational Success in the Banking Sector in an Emerging Market?

Ismail Raisal, Nishad Nawaz, Kunjithapatham Appasamy, Vijayakumar Gajenderan, Arun Kumar Tarofder
2022 Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies  
In total, 100 responses were collected from 153 samples, consisting of managerial level employees from Peoples Banks and Bank of Ceylon in Sri Lanka, analyzed using correlation and regression models.  ...  The paper aims to study the effect of emotional intelligence and the performance of State Commercial Banks employees in Sri Lanka.  ...  The commercial banks in Sri Lanka hold the largest share and are important in the total growth of Sri Lanka's economy.  ... 
doi:10.36941/ajis-2022-0087 fatcat:jqyilanyd5dwjernyxof5747cy

Managerial ties, organizational learning, and opportunity capture: A social capital perspective

Yuan Li, Haowen Chen, Yi Liu, Mike W. Peng
2012 Asia Pacific Journal of Management  
We also explore the moderating role of organizational learning (via exploratory learning and exploitative learning) in this process.  ...  From a social capital perspective, this article investigates how entrepreneurs in new ventures utilize their managerial ties (consisting of ties with other firms and ties with government) to capture opportunity  ...  This research is supported by Natural Science Foundation of China (71132006) and the Jindal Chair at UT Dallas.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10490-012-9330-8 fatcat:hviwm6l2inf6ffgjoyr3d7i6xy

How emerging market governments promote outward FDI: Experience from China

Yadong Luo, Qiuzhi Xue, Binjie Han
2010 Journal of World Business  
The early years of the 21st century have witnessed a growing awareness on the part of both government and Communist party leaders that globalization offers China an opportunity to project its influence  ...  Finally, this article is written for international executives who need to know specific measures emerging economy governments currently adopt so that their businesses can take advantage of these measures  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jwb.2009.04.003 fatcat:hjsfo3fj4jenbe4rosofzavy4i

Organisational leadership in transforming economies: leadership, management and national culture in selected countries of Central and Eastern Europe

Vincent Edwards
2003 JEEMS. Journal of East European Management Studies  
Moreover, the intensity with which they need to carry out these roles is greater than that of managers in established market economies.  ...  The burden of work was generally portrayed as substantial and managers were aware of the pressures on time for family and leisure.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0949-6181-2003-4-415 fatcat:scsc6zyhzfcb3ap6lxkx5rahdy

Factors that Sustain Health and Safety Management Practices in the Food Industry

Hazrat Hassan, Qianwei Ying, Habib Ahmad, Sana Ilyas
2019 Sustainability  
Managerial networking significantly influences safety training, worker involvement, safety rules and procedures, and safety promotion policies of SMEs.  ...  Due to the significant change in business organizations, scholarly interest has diverted from studying the determinants of financial performance to understanding the environmental activities, sustainability  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors have no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11154001 fatcat:wzb3bzuwsrhklddtomdrxrzs5q

An integrative view on managerial discretion: a study of a Russian firm in transition

Yuliya Ponomareva, Timurs Umans
2015 JEEMS. Journal of East European Management Studies  
In this paper, we analyse how strategic and governance forces influence the degree of discretion perceived by managers operating in the context of the transition economy of Russia.  ...  What are the forces that influence strategic managerial decisions in the context of economic transition?  ...  Managerial discretion in the context of transition economies While recent studies indicate a rising interest in and the increasing need for research conducted in novel institutional environments (Barkema  ... 
doi:10.5771/0949-6181-2015-1-36 fatcat:gocpxhcjefgr5d7nhqi52e2hqu

An integrative view on managerial discretion: A study of a Russian firm in transition [chapter]

Yuliya Ponomareva, Timurs Umans
2017 Management in CEE Countries between 1996 and 2016  
In this paper, we analyse how strategic and governance forces influence the degree of discretion perceived by managers operating in the context of the transition economy of Russia.  ...  What are the forces that influence strategic managerial decisions in the context of economic transition?  ...  Managerial discretion in the context of transition economies While recent studies indicate a rising interest in and the increasing need for research conducted in novel institutional environments (Barkema  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783845286037-433 fatcat:yngapb536jdpjbdifaoxs7dqky
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