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Assessment of the Relationship Between Entrepreneurial Orientation, Organisational Culture Adaptability and Performance of Christian Faith-Based Hotels in Kenya

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Knowledge strategies aiming to improve the intellectual capital of universities

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Competitiveness and sustainable development in public services

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Strategic management: A perspective on the development of the field of strategic management and the contribution of the Irish Journal of Management

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Entrepreneurial Intentions: Gem Based Emipirical Analysis on the Northern Europe and Asian Countries

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Claiming too much, delivering too little: testing some of Hofstede’s generalisations

power to it. Good variable-orientated studies emphasize probabilistic outcomes and consideration of alternative explanations because rejection of possible explanations plays an essential role in choosing the preferred explanation. In contrast, Hofstede’s example is absolute and no alternatives are considered. Nor does it have data about and familiarity with the diversity and richness of specific circumstances or consideration of the process and dynamics of cause and effect. Societal level models of all types, not just the cultural, often lack clarity about causality

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The Europeanisation of Romanian football: What do UEFA country coefficients reveal?

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Examining multi-level effects on corporate social responsibility and irresponsibility

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Management educators in practice: to be critical or not to be critical, that is the question

attributable to cultural diversity and learning styles that were incompatible with Western pedagogical assumptions. Moreover, some student experiences in the studies were found to be positive, while others found the experience disempowering ( Rigg and Trehan, 1999 ). Educator insights have also stressed the importance of managing issues regarding the power of participants, programme structures, and resources ( Sinclair, 2007 ). The management classroom can also reveal the emotional and political ‘dynamics’ of the group and how these create structures for action and

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Reconsidering the rigour-relevance gap: the need for contextualised research in risk societies

embrace the plurality of truth through engagement with a diversity of perspectives, including contextualised ones, that contribute to knowledge. Nowotny et al. (2001) call for a contextualisation of research that recognises the interrelated role of science and society – in this narrative contextualisation is a general ambition of science rather than a pollutant. Decontextualised science cannot provide the solution to the postmodern problem and Nowotny et al. (2001) identify that the evaluation of quality in research is no longer solely within the gift of a closed

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