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219519445 Organizational citizenship behaviour as a potential source of social power.  
This paper explores the strength of association between Organizational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB) and social power by using OCB as an antecedent and the several bases of social power as...
219519444 Emerging employment relationships: issues & concerns in psychological contract.  
Against the background of a changing business environment, the psychological contract between the employer and the employee is susceptible to be broken. It is important for managers and...
219519443 Technological change & employment relations in India.  
This article provides an overview of the consequences of technology change on employment relationship in India. New technologies opened up employment opportunities in new and emerging sectors....
219519442 Productivity led wage disparity in the Indian industry.  
Labour productivity and wage rates have recorded varying rates of growth in different sub-sectors of the Indian industry during different phases of time. Over a period of time the share of wages...
219519441 Global financial crisis: impact, challenges & way-out.  
The financial crisis, in a way, is a reflection of the imbalance between the growth of real and financial sectors. Easy availability of housing loan led to unprecedented levels of debt, three...
219519440 The crisis of capitalism: Keynes versus Marx.  
Marx believed that the Ricardian class struggle for shares of the national product would be settled decisively in favour of labour: capitalism would be abolished, and with it the profits of...
213600345 Culture and Organizational Behaviour.  
213600344 India: Urban Poverty Report 2009 by Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation.  
213600343 Business Process Out-Sourcing for Strategic Advantage.  
213600342 Corporate Governance.  
213600341 Industrial relations in co-operative printing presses in Tamil Nadu.  
Industrial Relations involves the complex web of relationship between the employer, employees and the government. It is dynamic and is the product of the entire socioeconomic, political...
213600340 Understanding the preferences of creative & non-creative employees.  
More than ever, today, organizations are pressured to innovate and adapt. Highly creative employees are the building block for developing novel ideas and producing useful products and effective...
213600339 Measurement of human resource activities in India.  
The human resource (HR) function in organisations has evolved and matured to a substantial degree in India. HR budgets are increasing in most of the organisations. Subsequently, accountability in...
213600338 Leveraging emotional intelligence for managing executive's job stress: a framework.  
Stress is an inevitable outcome of modern day complex life in organizations and needs to be experienced at an optimal level, which depends upon person's characteristics, for making life...
213600337 HRD practices & organization culture in India.  
HR practices have been developed in the context of industrial change and economic development. Managers in the organizations would be confronted with the need to reorient culture, thinking and...
213600336 Organizational culture in bank mergers & acquisitions.  
The author examines the important role played by cultural factors in mergers and acquisitions. Analyzing the case of acquisition of one bank by another, it examines the cultural issues that had...
213600335 Influence strategies & organizational success: moderating effect of organizational culture.  
The study investigates how organizational culture affects the relationship between downward influence strategies and organizational success. Organizations were classified into two...
213600334 One more time: what makes a Manager?  
Based on his two empirical studies of MBA students, one carried out in 1973-74 and the other in 2007-08, the author has tried to answer the question as to what makes a manager. The findings show...
213600333 Collective bargaining--its relationship to stakeholders.  
Collective bargaining has become a very important institution in the realm of industrial relations and extends to all negotiations that take place between employers on the one hand and one or...
213600332 Understanding Indian Trade Union existence in the Zeitgeist of the Global.  
Trade unions represent employee collectives' voice to otherwise disaggregated employees to check the arbitrary use of managerial power. In the age of globalisation, where state policy,...
213600331 The dynamic evolution of urban industrial mission in Korea.  
This study analyses urban industrial mission (UIM) as a non-traditional actor in Korean employment relations from the early 1960s to the 2000s. It shows how one church-based organization in...
210171571 Indian companies as customers, competitors & collaborators.  
Indians are very good at adopting a dual identity. The fluency in English combined with the familiarity with Western concepts can lull the Westerner into believing that Indians are quite like...
210171570 Multinational companies from emerging economies composition, conceptualization & direction in the global economy.  
The rise of multinational corporations from emerging economies is a distinctive facet of the current globalization wave, with important implications for our understanding of the world economy,...
210171569 The emerging markets century revisited.  
The era of emerging markets companies being nothing more than unsophisticated makers of low-cost, low-tech products is rapidly coming to a close. It would be naive to dismiss them for deriving...
210171568 The rise of global champions: impact of country, industry & company effects.  
The rise of global champions is neither a universal nor a random phenomenon. It is not universal in the sense that not every aspiring or large Indian company will be able to grow into a...
210171567 The theoretical value of studying Indian multinationals.  
The rise of new multinationals in countries like India provides an opportunity to revisit and carefully construct theories of how firms internationalize--a topic on which extant theory is weak....
210171566 Internationalizing business model for reinventing the company's fortunes.  
Indian companies' have done extremely well internationally. The success of Indian MNC's is due to leveraging Indian competitiveness through global value chain management. Indian MNCs...
210171565 Technological efforts & internationalization of IT firms in India.  
This paper examines the role of technological efforts, both internal (in-house R&D) and external (technology imports), in determining inter-firm variations in internationalization. The...
210171564 Governance challenges for family controlled firms while globalising.  
Investors in emerging markets invariably encounter exposure to business group effect as majority of the firms are affiliated to family controlled business groups. Evidence suggests that...
210171563 The global Indian firm: growth & value creation through overseas acquisitions.  
This paper traces the recent explosive growth in overseas acquisitions by Indian firms and examines the primary reasons driving this trend. In their quest to become more globally competitive and...
210171562 Internationalization of emerging economy firms--need for new theorizing.  
The paper argues that the extant theories are too broad to explain certain attributes of the internationalization process adopted by emerging economy firms. It seeks to strengthen the existing...
210171561 International acquisitions by Indian firms: implications for research on emerging multinationals.  
The rising phenomenon of cross-border acquisitions by emerging multinational companies from India provides a real time opportunity for scholars to unearth its distinctive character. Yet, going by...
210171560 The globally competitive Indian firm.  
Despite many similarities in size, proximity and antiquity, India and China chose so differently at their near-contemporaneous births. There are historical similarities between the two too. Yet...
210171559 Editorial comments on the special issue.  
210171558 About the Guest Editor.  
210171557 Index to periodicals.  
210171556 Social Justice and the Politics of Reservation in India.  
210171555 Compensation Management.  
210171554 Cases in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management.  
210171553 Women managers in emerging urban spaces.  
Unlike the metropolis, where women managers are not uncommon, these evolving urban spaces are still largely closed to the idea of women in decision making roles in the workplace. However, women...
210171552 Utilization of surplus rural labour in developing economies- a model.  
210171551 Factors influencing happiness & satisfaction in single & dual-career families.  
The study examines the factors influencing happiness and satisfaction in the single- and dual-career families. Data were collected from 240 single- and 240 dual-career spouses at Kolkata...
210171550 Case methodology in teaching & research: a critical review.  
The increasing use of case method in teaching and research ushered in a paradigm shift in pedagogical approach in recent years. It underscores the relevance of traditional learning discourses...
210171549 Are you on the verge of obsolescence?  
The vastly expanding knowledge base and the rapid technological advancements, undoubtedly, exert pressure on individuals to remain competitive by updating themselves constantly to be able to...
210171548 Socio-technical analysis of firm level executive jobs: a comparative study in Indian organizations.  
The theory of socio-technical system has been considered as an effective tool for designing and redesigning jobs in organizations since long. Striking a balance between the technical and social...
210171547 Organizational culture & transformational leadership as predictors of employee performance.  
Studies on managerial topics in India, especially on human resource management specified several factors having direct impacts upon individual and organizational effectiveness. Organizational...
210171546 Emotionally intelligent managers & transformational leadership styles.  
Emotional Intelligence has become an increasingly popular construct in diverse business environments besides being used as a measure for identifying potentially effective leaders. The present...
210171545 Board independence & corporate governance in India: recent trends & challenges ahead.  
The failure to detect internal crisis early on and act in a timely manner to put the organization back on track before difficulties become irreversible engages the attention of analysts the...
210171544 Some inherent challenges to good corporate governance.  
Are corporations, in general, amenable to good governance? Are there inherent incompatibilities between good governance and the corporate format of organizations? How can these be...
210171543 Governance institutions & India's development.  
By economic governance is meant the structure and functioning of those legal and social institutions that are essential for economic activity and economic transactions to flourish. They consist...

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