Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 34 Issue 5


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Market and technology drivers: shaping an innovation strategy

Frank Lattuch, Richard J. Pech, Frank Riemenschneider, Matthias Weigert

Market strategies and technology strategies are two sides of the same coin that drive innovation efforts. This paper argues that combining them as a balanced force is crucial for


Founder succession in new ventures: the human perspective

Caroline Kaehr Serra, Stefano Borzillo

The aim of this paper is to provide board members, managers, and researchers of new ventures with insights into how to manage a first-time succession process successfully


The Blue Ocean that disappeared – the case of Nintendo Wii

Svend Hollensen

The purpose with this article is to analyze the “Blue Ocean” phenomenon in depth. The goal is to better understand the underlying dynamic strategies in the form of interactions


Building a positive candidate experience: towards a networked model of e-recruitment

Natasha Allden, Lisa Harris

The ubiquity of the social web has forced online recruitment to change dramatically. This paper introduces the first e-recruitment network business model, the Private Talent


A BRIC MNE's subsidiary in France: human resource management in adaptive mode

Maral Muratbekova-Touron, Florence Pinot de Villechenon

Some scholars state that multinational enterprises (MNEs) from developing markets manage their subsidiaries in a different way than MNEs from developed markets because the former


Hosting the Olympics: a city's make-or-break impression

Ram Herstein, Ron Berger

Cities all over the world rebrand themselves in order to refresh their image and attract/continue attracting tourists, industry or whichever group they hope to engage. Cities have

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