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Vol 2, No 1 (2015)
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Table of Contents
|Creative Process within Globally Distributed Teams: Brazil, Sweden, France and India|
|Rosana Silveira Reis||p1|
|Management Model for Assistive Technology Development in a Brazilian Public Education Networkan Public Education Network|
|Elton Moura Nickel, Marcelo Gitirana Gomes Ferreira, Fernando Antônio Forcellini, Vilson João Batista, Vinícius Domingues Buch||p14|
|Triple Bottom Line: A Look at Talent Acquisition and Employee Engagement Using Grounded Theory|
|Bureaucratic versus Non-bureaucratic Organization: Explaining Form, Function, and Change in New Forms of Organizing|
|Evaluating Canadian Bank Branch Operational Efficiency from Staff Allocation: A DEA Approach|
|Joseph C. Paradi, Elizabeth Min, Xiaopeng Yang||p52|
|Production Analysis of Banana Supply Chain Management in Thailand|
|Toward a Sustainable Community-based Enterprise: Organizational Architecture and Performance|
|Leader-Member Exchange and Organizational Justice in Bahraini Workgroups|
|Minwir Al-Shammari, Elham Hasan Ebrahim||p87|
|Associations between Integrator, Grower Involvement and Business Performance: Emphasis on Validity & Reliability|
|Ahmad Shabudin, Shahimi Mohtar, Halim Mad Lazim||p95|
|A Theoretical Model for Explaining Subscribers’ Intention to Switch Back in Mobile Telecommunication Industry: Implications for Management|
|Simon Gyasi Nimako, Emmanuel Kofi Owusu||p107|
|To Examine the Influence of Emotional Intelligence on Team Outcomes via the Mediating Mechanism of Transformational Leadership|
|Cheok San Lam, Eleanor O’Higgins||p120|
|The Dimensions of Marketing Mix|
|Khalid Sudian Al Badi||p136|
|A Proportional Study and Analysis: Evaluation the Effectiveness of Word of Mouth Marketing in Opposition to Traditional Advertising Concerning Medical Treatment Facilities in Bangladesh|
|Md. Akram Hossain, Nigar Sultana, Samapd Biswas||p143|
|Knowledge Management’s Influence on Government Organisations’ Innovativeness|
|Mohamed Buheji, Said Al-Hasan, Brychan Thomas, Denis Melle||p153|
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