Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 34 Issue 2


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The power of one: towards the new integrated organisation

Andrew Campbell, Hans Strikwerda

This paper seeks to address the problem facing complex multinational companies: how to balance their organisation structure across the competing interests such as product


China's new energy vehicles: value and innovation

Chris Kimble, Hua Wang

The overarching theme of this article is the importance of innovations that are created within the emerging economies. More specifically, the article aims to focus on the


Employees and change initiatives: intrinsic rewards and feeling valued

Stephen A. Stumpf, Walter G. Tymon, Nicholas Favorito, Richard R. Smith

The aim of this paper is to focus on reducing employee dissatisfaction and withdrawal in major, consultant designed, change programs by increasing intrinsic rewards.


Business model innovation: coffee triumphs for Nespresso

Kurt Matzler, Franz Bailom, Stephan Friedrich von den Eichen, Thomas Kohler

This article aims to examine the concept of business model innovation and to discuss the design of the key elements. Based on a detailed case study of Nespresso, it seeks to


Much more than sports: sports events as stimuli for city re‐branding

Ram Herstein, Ron Berger

City branding has become a very popular activity all over the globe. In this paper the authors aim to show the importance of sports events in city re‐branding strategies, and how


Non‐family CFOs in family businesses: do they fit?

Martin R.W. Hiebl

This article seeks to explore success factors for integrating non‐family chief financial officers (CFOs) in family firms. The integration of non‐family CFOs is of great importance

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