Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 37 Issue 6


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The new office: how coworking changes the work concept

Aurelie Leclercq-Vandelannoitte, Henri Isaac

Recent years have witnessed the birth and rapid development of “coworking” spaces that are likely to affect classic models of work and organizations. This paper aims to identify…


The procurement dilemma: short-term savings or long-term shareholder value?

Michel Philippart

Research has shown the potential contribution of properly managed suppliers to the competitive position of firms. Major strategy schools of thought such as the industry view and…


When markets stagnate: finding new territory through reverse innovation

Laurent Tournois

Reverse innovation has been claimed to be the new emerging paradigm on how to succeed in emerging markets before spreading to more mature ones. This study aims to investigate how…


The sustainable company: looking at goals for people, planet and profits

Timothy B. Palmer, David J. Flanagan

This paper aims to explore the landscape of sustainability goals set by large firms.


From philanthropy to strategic corporate sustainability: a case study in India

Tulsi Jayakumar

This paper aims to explore the drivers and barriers in the transition of the social responsibility agenda of large, emerging economy (EE) firms from non-strategic philanthropy to…


The Caliphate of numbers

Peter Buell Hirsch

The purpose of this paper is to catalogue the various ways in which algorithm-driven decision-making now permeates myriad fields of human activities from insurance through…

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