Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 44 Issue 5


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Wells Fargo: a corporate recovery model to bank on

James Welch

This paper aims to center on the analysis of corporate recovery from internal ethical failure with the examination of Wells Fargo and Company. To move beyond self-inflicted…


Corporate venturing strategy of emerging market multinational enterprises

Frank Ohara, Robert Neil Mefford

This study aims to examine the corporate venturing strategy of successful emerging market multinational enterprises and discern commonalities and useful tactics for other firms…

Balancing strategic renewal, cost and efficiency: a case study in digital transformation

Ke Wang, Zhichao Zhang, Jie Xiong, Hongwei Li, Haibo Liu, Huimin Ma

Recent studies have indicated that digital transformation can benefit an organization’s strategic renewal. However, there is little knowledge on how business executives engage in…

Learning in a hybrid world: new methods for a new workplace

Michele Rigolizzo

Organizations face a paradox. Because of the disruptions of COVID-19, learning and development was largely put on hold. However, this disruption also changed the value proposition…


When the supply chain breaks: strategies for the chip shortage

Jennifer Chandler

The purpose of this paper is to propose a political economy framework for strategic supply chain decisions by identifying lessons from the global chip shortage.


Key pillars in a business ecosystem success

Josep Alet

This paper aims to explore the dimensions that foster the accomplishment of goals of business ecosystems.

Are we talking about merger or acquisition? Defining the integration process

Anne-Sophie Thelisson

When talking about mergers and acquisitions (M&As), few announcements clearly define if the operation will deal with a merger (where firms have an equal-to-equal relation) or…


Health insurers: evolving into ecosystem-based service companies

Justin Jahn, Sabine Bohnet-Joschko

This study aims to investigate whether health insurers are transforming from pure payers into ecosystem-based health service companies. The authors discuss the findings’ impact on…

A world of snares: geopolitics and the global corporation

Peter Buell Hirsch

The purpose of this study is to examine the unique confluence of forces impacting global corporations in an era of geopolitical turmoil and the resources needed to respond to them.

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