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Christine Cross and Michelle O’Sullivan

employee engagement, to name a few. This special issue facilitates a conversation about how organisations are managing the 21st century challenges in the context of a complex and interconnected global environment, as well as how managers can lead their organisations towards new advantageous realities and a sustainable future. Globalisation, migration, technological change, financialisation, political uncertainty, and the recent economic and financial crises are some of the issues that both practitioners and academia have had to respond and adapt to. As we confront

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Graham E. Heaslip and Elizabeth Barber

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Gabriel J. Costello

threat to the incumbents. One way in which the semiconductor industry can manage these transitions is to adopt disruptive-innovation and value-migration frameworks. However, it is worth noting that there are some dissenting voices in the context of the rush to a total open innovation model ( Birkinshaw et al., 2011 ), which would suggest that the degree of openness can and should be taken into account. Now, I examine the enormous changes that the revolution in ICT has brought to the firm and its environment. The digitalisation of the firm The spectacular growth

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Gloria Kirwan and Deirdre Jacob

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The Roma community in Europe has experienced persistent marginalisation and disadvantage over many generations, with Roma regularly experiencing problems of access to healthcare, accommodation, education and employment within the European context. Ireland is a relatively new destination for Roma migration and, as yet, the experiences of Roma in Ireland are under-researched. However, problematic access to healthcare has emerged as an issue faced by the Roma community in Ireland. With reference to the work of the Tallaght Roma Integration Project (TRIP), this article aims to illuminate some of the challenges faced by Roma in this regard. The work of TRIP is informed by community development principles, including concepts of participation and social solidarity. This article explores how community development can offer a framework through which the Roma community can engage collaboratively with service providers in order to highlight need and mobilise change in service provision.

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Fiona Kiernan

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Stephan Köppe and Muiris MacCarthaigh

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Robin Hambleton

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Majella Mulkeen

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