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Exploring factors hindering SMEs’ growth: evidence from Nambia
Purpose This study aims to explore factors hindering small and medium-sized enterprises' (SMEs) growth in Khomas region in Nambia. Methodology/design/approach MethodologyExpand
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Participatory Approach to Development in Pakistan
IntroductionIn response to the failure of development projects in 1950s, social activists and fieldworkers observed that the populations concerned were not included in project's design andExpand
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Organizational Barriers and Facilitators in Embedding Knowledge Strategy
The knowledge that exists within organizations is a sustainable source of competitive advantage. This makes knowledge management a strategic imperative for all. Much has been written on the subjectExpand
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Strategic Management Overview and SME in Globalized World
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play an important role in each economy. Some of them even became market leaders from an international perspective. This stands in stark contrast to the fact thatExpand
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Drivers of Innovation
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Innovation Implementation: The Critical Facets
Due to rapid evolution of technology, innovations are vital to most organizations (Choi & Chan, 2009, p. 245). Nevertheless, the results of innovations are in many cases not satisfying. SeveralExpand
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Knowledge Management Initiatives in Indian Public Sector
Today, knowledge management has come to be accepted and recognized as a source of competitive advantage in the private sector. Although Knowledge Management (KM) has been gaining attention all overExpand
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Strategies for Successful Implementation of Innovation
  • N. Baporikar
  • Business, Computer Science
  • Int. J. Innov. Digit. Econ.
  • 1 April 2017
TLDR
Innovations are vital to most organizations especially in this competitive and globalized scenario. Expand
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Boundaries and Challenges for Social Entrepreneurship
Social and economic progress is inextricably intertwined. Charity and aid can improve the quality of life and the life chances of the poor by subsidizing interventions education and health care andExpand
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Gender Discrimination: Who is Responsible? Evidence from Pakistan
Gender inequality refers to the obvious or hidden disparity between individuals due to gender. Gender is constructed both socially through social interactions as well as biologically throughExpand
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