EMERGENT STRATEGIES FOR BUSINESS DURABILITY OF SMALL FIRMS

@inproceedings{Singh2014EMERGENTSF,
  title={EMERGENT STRATEGIES FOR BUSINESS DURABILITY OF SMALL FIRMS},
  author={Alok Kumar Singh and Sunil Yadav},
  year={2014}
}
There is little information regarding how, or whether, small-firm owners use their own and their management team's skills and experiences as part of a strategic approach to achieving business goals, durability and, if desired, growth. It would appear that firms which do utilize a strategic approach, however informal, are more likely to endure. To investigate the proposition further, this paper focuses primarily upon strategic human resource management (HRM) in small firms, arguing that the… CONTINUE READING

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