Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 42 Issue 4


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Dark data: the invisible resource that can drive performance now

Gregory Gimpel

This paper aims to provide guidance so firms can enter the Internet of Things (IoT) era today – and realize its data-driven benefits – by using IoT “dark data” already generated…


How entrepreneurs think: financial decisions for the long or short term

Jonas Debrulle, Johan Maes, Elliroma Gardiner

The purpose of this paper is to suggest that different start-up motivations make entrepreneurs pursue different kinds of new business performance, which in this study are…

Climate change and business planning: solutions to keep disruptions at bay

Chethan D. Srikant, Atul Teckchandani

The purpose of this paper is to develop an integrative approach to help firms across multiple industries ensure operational continuity and manage ongoing climate-change related…

The chief project officer: a new executive role for turbulent times

Te Wu, Zhu Zhu

While it is common for most C-suite executives to have substantial project responsibilities, many do not have a strong understanding of project management leading to significant…


Non-profits and the environment in China: struggling to expand their franchise

Yi Xie, Yan Meng, Jie Xiong, Lu Xu, Jie Yan

Environmental non-governmental organizations (ENGOs), one of the major forces in environmental protection, have developed rapidly in the past few years, especially in developing…

The new BMW: business model innovation transforms an automotive leader

Prasanna Kumar Kukkamalla, Andrea Bikfalvi, Anna Arbussa

The car no longer serves simply as a means of transport but is at the core of a new concept of mobility. Car manufacturers are seizing opportunities to change the traditional…


Bringing an entrepreneurial mindset to health-care: a new tool for better outcomes

Laurence Murray Gillin, Lois Marjorie Hazelton

The purpose of this paper is to consider the value of an industry ecosystem in providing context for both identifying and evaluating organisation opportunities and related…


There’s a change in the weather: corporate reputation and climate change

Peter Buell Hirsch

This study aims to examine recent developments in climate change solutions to determine their impact on corporate reputation.

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