Baltic Journal of Management


Regional Management Studies

Table Of Contents: Volume 14 Issue 1

Individual unlearning, organizational unlearning and strategic flexibility

Xiangyang Wang, Ying Qi, Yingxin Zhao

The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between unlearning and strategic flexibility from the down-up change perspective.

The quicker, the better? The antecedents and consequences of response timing strategy in the aftermath of a corporate crisis

Nengzhi (Chris) Yao, Jiuchang Wei, Weiwei Zhu, Alexander Bondar

The conclusions on the importance of corporate response timing to a crisis have remained inconsistent. Some studies suggest that active response may reduce negative…

Implementation obstacles and strategy implementation failure

Carlos J.F. Cândido, Sérgio P. Santos

The purpose of this paper is to address the following question: How do strategy implementation obstacles relate to each other and affect strategy implementation?

Information sharing, operations capabilities, market intelligence responsiveness and firm performance

Moxi Song, Yuanhong Liao

The purpose of this paper is to offer an alternative explanation for inconclusive results in the existing literature on the information sharing-firm performance link by…

The impact of accreditation agencies and other powerful stakeholders on the performance measurement in Polish universities

Dorota Dobija, Anna Maria Górska, Anna Pikos

The purpose of this paper is to extend the understanding of how internal organisational processes change in response to external demands, by investigating the changes…

Sustainable public value reporting of electric utilities

Albert Anton Traxler, Dorothea Greiling

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the status quo of Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)-based sustainable public value (SPV) reporting by electric utilities…

The use of environmental performance indicators in “the greenest city in Europe”

Jan Alpenberg, Tomasz Wnuk-Pel, Philip Adamsson, Johannes Petersson

The purpose of this paper is to examine why and how municipal managers and CEOs for municipally owned companies use the environmental performance indicators.

Managerial choices in orchestrating dialogic performance management

Tomi Rajala, Harri Laihonen

The purpose of this paper is to propose a definition for dialogic performance management and investigate the managerial choices that dialogic performance management…

Management control and public sector performance management

Jan van Helden, Christoph Reichard

The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether and how evolving ideas about management control (MC) emerge in research about public sector performance management (PSPM).



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