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The CSR in SMEs: A Case Study

Ornella Malandrino, Maria Rosaria Garofalo, Daniela Sica, Maria Rosaria Sessa, Stefania Supino
2018 International Journal of Business and Social Science  
had to cope with a shift of its organizational and managerial models.  ...  and environmental impact, in addition to those of traditional economic and financial.  ...  According to the taxonomy of the literature review, the tools analyzed and the results emerged from the case study, it appears the possibility of following for future research a methodological approach  ... 
doi:10.30845/ijbss.v9n12p4 fatcat:xss5m57pbzcd3g5k32zf3lwywa

Apple iPhone: A Market Case Study

Daylin Van De Vliert
2021 MacEwan University student ejournal  
This market case study aims to determine how Apple can target such opportunities to help predict future trends and influences over the market.  ...  To identify these trends and market influences, I have first conducted an environmental scan of Apple's current and future market(s).  ...  Global anti-Apple sentiments (threat) The direct relationship between rising mobile access and the increase in Apple Inc.'s revenue is an opportunity.  ... 
doi:10.31542/muse.v5i1.2010 fatcat:xffos5xzundkda3bhspw67sley

Healthcare Analytics Adoption-Decision Model: A Case Study

Sathyanarayanan Venkatraman, Rangaraja P. Sundarraj, Ravi Seethamraju
2015 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
We use a case study for the initial validation of the typology and the model.  ...  In the literature, while recommendations have been put forth to follow an organizational approach to the adoption and implementation of analytics, there is a paucity of research into what specifically  ...  A case study method, taking a multiple stakeholders perspective, is employed to understand the phenomenon at organizational as well as at individual levels.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/VenkatramanSS15 fatcat:4tmlzj6dqncjrjuwdiaunr4tou

Innovation Strategies of Small and Medium CPA Firms — A Multiple Cases Study

Jen-Yin Yeh, Yu-Wen Sur
2015 International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance  
This research is designed as a multiple case study involving six small and medium-sized accounting firms. We formulate research propositions based on the matrix.  ...  The purposes of this study is to develop a framework for assessing innovative service strategies and explore how the constructions affect service innovation strategies in small and medium CPA firms.  ...  MATH A. Case Study Method The research involved a series of case studies on small medium CPA firms in Taiwan.  ... 
doi:10.18178/ijtef.2015.6.5.480 fatcat:kg5mgsnr2bhdxk4irqn5ecxqfq

ERP Strategy and a Firm's Contextual Dimensions: A Multiple Case Study

Jen-Yin Yeh, National Pingtung University, Taiwan, Ching-Yi Lin
2016 Journal of Economics Business and Management  
The research design was a multiple case study with cross-case comparisons in the Taiwanese IT industry.  ...  The purpose of this study is to explore how a firm's context affects its ERP strategic planning process and how ERP strategies achieve organizational value.  ...  Stake [41] and Yin [42] described a multiple case study enables the researcher to explore differences within and between cases. Qualitative research as often using multi-site multi-case designs.  ... 
doi:10.18178/joebm.2016.4.10.455 fatcat:hj2hl4njcbhihoaf5ygrnsgxgm

The organizational scan

Donald Tosti, Stephanie D. Jackson
1997 Performance Improvement  
The SCAN framework has the potential to serve as a base that will provide any organizational improvement expert or organizational performance agent with a comprehensive foundation for selecting and managing  ...  This integrated framework enables us to test new organizational performance applications against an existing understanding of organization systems and the need for alignment focused on results.  ...  I then use a case study for practice. I use the video on The Morgan Motor Car Company from the BBC on the Trouble Shooters series with Sir John Harvey Jones.  ... 
doi:10.1002/pfi.4140361007 fatcat:lzxzhm2dyvc7jafnhlhmiytt2e

EFFECTS OF STRATEGIC FACTORS ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE; A CASE STUDY OF THE KENYA GEOTHERMAL DEVELOPMENT SECTOR (KENGEN)

Dr Isaac Ochieng (PhD), Dr Luke Orawo
2016 International Journal of Management and Economics Invention  
The objectives of the study are; assess if the firm's SBU has strategic or culture fit and analyze if strategy decay affect performance.  ...  The study benefits the firm as it is a cost effective method of assessing effects of strategic factors on organizational performance.  ...  Culture fit is the second variable which implies exhibiting a good match between organizational and employees' culture.  ... 
doi:10.18535/ijmei/v2i9.08 fatcat:ocomuq3fnrci7n4q4sdalzqhbm

ORGANIZATIONAL GOVERNANCE TO INTEGRATE SUSTAINABILITY PROJECTS: A CASE STUDY

Saumyendu Ghosh, Lauren Buckler, Mirosław J. Skibniewski, Sam Negahban, Young Hoon Kwak
2014 Technological and Economic Development of Economy  
A case study with a SMSCO to understand activities, resource availability, and how to improve organization readiness to undertake projects related to sustainability is discussed.  ...  This paper addresses two primary objectives in relation to organizational resources available for SMSCOs: to identify an organization's shortcomings in undertaking a sustainable project, and to identify  ...  Case Study Background The case study is based on a multi-disciplined consulting firm providing transportation, structures, construction, environmental, facilities engineering, and technology services  ... 
doi:10.3846/20294913.2014.850755 fatcat:og2gkm4hwfazdl2etsd4w3uona

Implementing Green IT Transformation for Sustainability: A Case Study in China

Delin Zeng, Xiangfei Fu, Taohua Ouyang
2018 Sustainability  
and directions between each phase.  ...  In this article, we conduct a case study of green IT implementation at Shenyang Aircraft Corporation, an aircraft manufacturer.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10072160 fatcat:gg2mc6yrz5eahafei3i3jvumei

Dogs at the Workplace: A Multiple Case Study

Elisa Wagner, Miguel Pina e Cunha
2021 Animals  
Therefore, we empirically scrutinize the presence of dogs in organizations and the impact of pet-friendly organizational policies, with multiple case studies with semi-structured interviews as their foundation  ...  Based on an inductive approach for the data analysis, we found that organizational members consider that dogs can lower their stress, improve communication, and foster social cohesion when a flexible organizational  ...  The study underscores that company strategy and culture need to be aligned with the human resource strategy and its measures and organizational requirements [70] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/ani11010089 pmid:33466471 fatcat:a4uhjduq5rdkjdmyt3jvbsss3u

Gaining Company's Sustained Competitive Advantage, Is Really a Necessary Precondition for Improved Organizational Performance? The Case of TQM

Victoria, Pantelis
2009 EUROPEAN RESEARCH STUDIES JOURNAL  
Researchers support the usefulness of environmental scanning and recommend the use of SWOT analysis, as it is empirically proved to exist a positive relationship between environmental scanning and enhanced  ...  relationship between training cost level and firm’s organizational performance.  ... 
doi:10.35808/ersj/233 fatcat:tfzbycnehbbethrb6v7ovpftsi

Surviving Data Breaches: A Multiple Case Study Analysis

Nithya Shankar, Zareef Mohammed
2020 Journal of Comparative International Management  
A multiple case study approach is applied to this study, using secondary data from the case studies of Target, Anthem, and Yahoo data breaches.  ...  Our findings indicate that utilizing the dynamic capability framework and its orchestration processes of sensing, seizing, and transforming/reconfiguring the resource base worked favorably in the case  ...  Using the example of Choicepoint and TJX, Culnan and Williams (2009) view data breaches as a privacy problem and provide suggestions that at an organizational level, firms should create a culture of  ... 
doi:10.7202/1071508ar fatcat:uj2c5hzky5avdnoitu2wrwce6y

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENTS AND ENTREPRENEURIAL PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF BOTTLED WATER COMPANIES IN RIVERS STATE

Joseph-Wakama Josephine, B. Chima Onuoha
2020 EPRA International Journal of Environmental Economics, Commerce and Educational Management  
The study found that the internal environment, a proxy for business environments, shows a positive and significant relationship with productivity as the best measure for the environment in bottled water  ...  The study concluded that there was an impact on entrepreneurial performance on the external business environment, political, economic, technological and socio-cultural, etc.  ...  The study evaluated the determinants of entrepreneurial performance using Pakistan as a case study, using a handful of private sectors and cross-sectoral research design, and found that entrepreneurial  ... 
doi:10.36713/epra5353 fatcat:uzns6gg5hrgvrlq5lijq24ible

Access to care for vulnerable veterans with hepatitis C: a hybrid conceptual framework and a case study to guide translation

Catherine Rongey, Steven Asch, Sara J Knight
2011 Translational Behavioral Medicine  
To illustrate how this hybrid model could inform the translation of a novel method of healthcare delivery, we provide a case study of a VHA initiative to improve access to integrated behavioral medicine  ...  There is a critical need in the VHA for behavioral medicine and hepatology specialists, along with infectious disease and primary care providers with an interest in hepatitis C, to provide coordinated  ...  Context As the Project SCAN-ECHO will require interactions between a specialty care site and multiple primary care provider sites, understanding the organizational and administrative environmental elements  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13142-011-0098-z pmid:24073089 pmcid:PMC3717662 fatcat:lszd7bgnufgi7jurmtdjocsm4a

Management Development and Organizational Resilience. A Case Study Of Some Selected Manufacturing Firms In Rivers State. Nigera

G.I. Umoh, E. Amah, H. I. Wokocha
2014 IOSR Journal of Business and Management  
The study examined the effect of Management Development on Organizational Resilience in the Nigerian manufacturing industry.  ...  The study therefore recommends that organizations should use its management development programmes as a knowledge retention measure that will strategically channel efforts in a way that will drive organizational  ...  Relationship between the Independent and Dependent variable Relationship between Management Development and Organizational learning.  ... 
doi:10.9790/487x-16230716 fatcat:26fhqivqenfw5obx7bhvl3hslm
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