The Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives of Management: Challenges and Opportunities

Yaakov Weber
College of Management, Israel

Demetris Vrontis
University of Nicosia, Cyprus

Evangelos Tsoukatos
Technological Education Institute of Crete, Greece

S. M. Riad Shams
Ural Federal University, Russia


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781838672508
Published:
29 Nov 2019
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
224 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Cross-Disciplinary Management Perspectives
Whilst existing studies on research management focus on single disciplinary perspectives in isolation, this new collection integrates a range of theories and business models from multiple fields to offer insights and examples of cross-disciplinary management perspectives. 

As the workplace environment encounters increased disruption and discontinuity, both researchers and practitioners are facing new and unique managerial challenges. Using alternative research methods from two or more scientific and practitioner disciplines, including Sociology, Politics, Psychology and Technology, the chapters suggest numerous solutions to a wide range of challenges. Some of the challenges explored include: Mind-Genomics and data-driven personalized health plans; the high failure rate of mergers and acquisitions; business ecosystems and start-ups; and, international businesses confronting globalization. 

Generating innovative research findings, as well as practical managerial solutions, The Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives of Management: Challenges and Opportunities aids both scholars and managers to find solutions to existing managerial challenges across a range of industries and disciplines.
Introduction 
Chapter 1. "Are we there yet?" Mind- Genomics and data driven personalized health plans; Gabay Gillie and Moskowitz Howard 
Chapter 2. Mergers and Acquisitions: exploitation and exploration; Yaakov Weber 
Chapter 3. Intellectual Capital and Enabling Factors for Startups in a Business Ecosystem; Daniela Rupo, Patrizia Accordino, Elvira Tiziana La Rocca and Tindara Abbate 
Chapter 4. SMEs and Globalization; Ilan Bijaou  
Chapter 5. Can a high women quota in supervisory boards influence enterprise success?; Bettina C.K. Binder 
Chapter 6. Implementation of female mentoring programs in German companies: Still some way to go; Véronique Goehlich, Briony Gilbertson and Kerstin Bremser 
Chapter 7. Impact of corporate R&D on efficiency in OECD industries; Maria Dos-Santos and Henrique Diz 
Chapter 8. A study of the olive oil consumption and economic sector in the Iberian Peninsula; Carla Lousas, Humberto Ribeiro, Sandra Alves and Cláudia Veloso 
Chapter 9. E-marketing and strategy by energy companies; Felicetta Iovino and Guido Migliaccio  
Chapter 10. The Effects of Pay Dispersion Between Executives and Employees of an Organization on Firm Performance: Evidence from Turkey; Aylin Ataay 
Chapter 11. Genuine emotions when facing aggressive customers in the hospitality industry: A conceptual framework; Aspasia Simillidou, Demetris Vrontis and Michael Christofi  
Chapter 12. A retrospective and prospective analysis in the health management through applied innovation; Larisa Mihoreanu 
Yaakov Weber is full professor in the School of Business Administration at the College of Management Academic Studies, Israel. He is the founder and President of the EuroMed Research Business Institute and the EuroMed Academy of Business. 
Demetris Vrontis is a Professor and Executive Dean at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. He is the Founding Editor and Editor-in-Chief of the EuroMed Journal of Business, and the Founder and President of the EuroMed Research Business Institute. 
Evangelos Tsoukatos is Associate Professor of Management at the University of Applied Sciences, Crete, Greece and adjunct faculty at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus and the Hellenic Open University. 
S. M. Riad Shams is a lecturer in Marketing at Northumbria University, UK. He has published in various reputable journals, including the Journal of International Management and International Marketing Review.

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