Journal of Organizational Change Management


Organization Studies

Table Of Contents: Volume 31 Issue 1 - Special Issue: Managing organizational change in emerging markets

“In sickness and in health, in poverty and in wealth?”

Bruno Michel Roman Pais Seles, Ana Beatriz Lopes de Sousa Jabbour, Charbel Jose Chiappetta Jabbour, Daniel Jugend

“Economic crises” and “corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives” are two issues that dominate the modern business agenda. Although related, these issues have been…

Outsourcing decision: do strategy and structure really matter?

Deepa Mishra, Sameer Kumar, R.R.K. Sharma, Rameshwar Dubey

Although there is a growing body of literature on human resource (HR) outsourcing, there are still unresolved issues regarding the level of outsourcing HR activities…

Human resource management and performance at the Indian Railways

Vijay Edward Pereira, Rita Fontinha, Pawan Budhwar, Bimal Arora

High-performance work practices (HPWPs) have been well documented within private organisations in developed country economies. Such practices, however, remain…

Managing the university-industry collaborative innovation in China

Fei Li, Jin Chen, Yu-Shan Su

Collaboration with universities is an important innovation strategy for enterprises. However, currently very little research has focused on how such university-industry…

Organizational, technological and extrinsic factors in the implementation of cloud ERP in SMEs

Shivam Gupta, Subhas C. Misra, Ned Kock, David Roubaud

Use of cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) services equips an SME to forego the requirements of high financial budget, IT infrastructure, and trained IT…

Coal saving in China: from Pareto-Koopmans to Kaldor-Hicks criterion

Jianlin Wang, Yi Tian, Malin Song, Jiajia Zhao, Hongzhou Li

In the creation of coal consumption reduction policy, the Chinese Government selected eight provinces as key provinces and encouraged them to replace coal with other…

The ethical gap of firms’ marketing practices

Fabio Lotti Oliva, Peter Kelle

The corporate ethical behavior is a subject that instigates the reflection and practice of researchers and managers in general. Companies dedicate efforts to offer…

Managerial support for development and turnover intention

Manish Kumar, Hemang Jauhari, Ashish Rastogi, Sandeep Sivakumar

The purpose of this paper is to integrate learnings from social exchange theory, organizational support theory and JD-R model to explore the relationship among support for…

Change management in Indo-Japanese cross-cultural collaborative contexts

Ashok Ashta, Peter Stokes, Paul Hughes

Within the globalized commercial context, Japanese business activity in India has increased significantly. The purpose of this paper is to highlight common attitudinal…

Life enrichment for workers in contemporary China

Yang Zhao, Yuka Fujimoto, Sanjaya Singh Gaur

The purpose of this paper is to identify key antecedents of work-family enrichment (WFE) for Chinese workers in China. The paper adopts the Chinese cultural perspectives…

Tacit and explicit knowledge management and assessment of quality performance of public R&D in emerging economies

Santanu Roy, Jay Mitra

The authors investigate the relationship between the structure and the functioning of scientific and technical (S&T) personnel and the quality research and development…

Engagement of family members, corporate governance and social responsibility in family-owned enterprises

Abdul-Nasser El-Kassar, Walid ElGammal, Josiane Fahed-Sreih

With the increasing awareness and recognition of the importance of corporate governance (CG), its practices and mechanisms along with their effect on performance and…

From resistance to readiness: the role of mediating variables

Rajiv R. Thakur, Shalini Srivastava

The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of trust, perceived organizational support, and emotional attachment in bridging the gap between resistance and readiness…



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