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Purpose – This paper aims to review ethical issues inherent in the theorisation and practice of knowledge management (KM) with specific attention to the conflict of knowledge ownership between organisations and individual employees. Design/methodology/approach – Relevant literature was identified and reviewed via EPSCO host and ISIWeb. Findings – The paper(More)
Drawing on Contingency Theory and Resource-Based Theory (RBT), we examine the existence and value impact of competitive strategy-dynamic capability alignment. The existing literature review shows that there is no systematic research, which considers the alignment between competitive strategy and dynamic capability and its impact on e-business value in a(More)
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Drawing on qualitative interviews with 20 South Asian heritage, Muslim, female leaders, managers, and supervisors in the United Kingdom, we examine the multi-layered issues and challenges they face in pursuit of employment and leadership positions. The paper offers an intersectional perspective taking into account interconnected and overlapping factors(More)
The special issue on Corporate Social Responsibility Papers: The potential to contribute to the implementation and integration of EU strategies (CORE) collects a selection of papers presented at the Marie Curie Conference CORE organised by FEEM. The CORE conferences Series addresses the question of the goals achievement of the EU strategies. The main EU(More)
The University Repository is a digital collection of the research output of the University, available on Open Access. Copyright and Moral Rights for the items on this site are retained by the individual author and/or other copyright owners. Users may access full items free of charge; copies of full text items generally can be reproduced, displayed or(More)
What if our actions were imbued with the sacred? What if activism in organisations evokes better local society and responsible global community? What if sacred activism signals the performance of a deeper understanding and mindful actions for contextualising management and organisations in South Asia? These are some of the questions we pose to scholars and(More)
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