Turning Around a State Owned Enterprise: The Case of Scooters India Limited

@article{Maheshwari2004TurningAA,
  title={Turning Around a State Owned Enterprise: The Case of Scooters India Limited},
  author={Sunil Maheshwari and David Ahlstrom},
  journal={Asia Pacific Journal of Management},
  year={2004},
  volume={21},
  pages={75-101}
}
Past research on firm turnaround shows that the propensity of an organization to undertake a successful turnaround depends on a complex interaction between action choices in the organization and constraints in the business environment. This article extends this line of research by examining corporate decline and turnaround in an environment with numerous challenging environmental constraints: the state-owned sector in India. Using an in-depth case study of a state-owned enterprise in India… 
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