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Environmental Scanning Behavior in a Transitional Economy: Evidence from Russia
We examined the effects of perceived strategic uncertainty in seven environmental sectors on the scanning behavior of Russian executives. Strategic uncertainty was highest in sectors influenced by ...
Lessons from Russian human resource management experience
Western companies face numerous challenges in launching successful ventures in Russia due, in large part, to residual problems from the Soviet centralized era. This article provides perspectives of… Expand
Transferring management knowledge to Russia: A culturally based approach
Executive Overview Russian managers entered the decade of the 1990s ill-prepared to manage their companies in the country's chaotic transition to a market economy. This article draws lessons for… Expand
Overcoming Resistance to Change in Russian Organizations
A Test of the Measurement Validity of the Resistance to Change Scale in Russia and Ukraine
The authors developed a Russian-language version of Oreg’s (2003) Resistance to Change (RTC) Scale, a multidimensional dispositional measure of an individual’s tendency to avoid or resist change, and… Expand
Building theory with BRICs: Russia's contribution to knowledge sharing theory
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to address theory development in the context of Russia, where insights holding potential to advance knowledge sharing theory are ubiquitous. Drawing on… Expand
Environmental Perceptions and Scanning in the United States and India: Convergence in Entrepreneurial Information Seeking?
Drawing on institutional theory and entrepreneurial cognition, we test the environmental perception–scanning framework in the United States and India. The results suggest that culture and transition… Expand
Managerial Practices in the Former Soviet Union
Although the former Soviet Union is known for its vast and expansive natural resources, the amount of literature describing Soviet management and planning practices is somewhat sparse. The available… Expand
Predictors of Individual Knowledge Acquisition Commitment in a Post-Soviet Setting
Drawing upon interdisciplinary literature, particularly institutional theory, we tested Nonaka’s (1994) predictors of individual knowledge acquisition commitment among 1,949 employees from four firms… Expand
Do You Know What I Know? Intent to Share Knowledge in the US and Ukraine
Knowledge is a strategically important resource, but research is needed to elucidate individual issues in knowledge sharing, particularly cross-contextual examinations. Thus, we developed a… Expand