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Co-market Orientation in Networks: Evidence from the Tourism Industry
Of particular interest in this research is, firstly, the investigation of how specialized actors in co-producing networks coordinate with the purpose to perform a co-market orientation, and, secondly, whether co-market ...
Market Orientation Capabilities: A Study of Learning Processes in Market-Oriented Companies
The literature operates with three perspectives on market orientation. These include market orientation as behavior (Kohli and Jaworski 1990; Narver and Slater 1990), market orientation as a unique resource (Hunt and ...
Measuring Transaction Costs in Plural Formed Marketing Channels: An empirical investigation of franchise units in the oil industry
Previous empirical research has supported the predictions derived from transaction cost economics that asset specificity, uncertainty, frequency and complexity entail vertical integration (David and Han 2004). The ...
Moral Reasoning at Work : Rethinking Ethics in Organizations
(Book; Peer reviewed, 2015)
Moral dilemmas are a pervasive feature of working life. Moral Reasoning at Work offers a fresh perspective on how to live with them. How do we cope with situations where no matter what we decide to do, something will be ...
Fallibility at work: Rethinking excellence and error in organizations
This book addresses how organizations can deal with human fallibility in order to create space for excellence at work. Some mistakes in work settings put lives at risk, while others create openings for innovative breakthroughs. ...