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2014 Q2: Articles Received: 35; Accepted: 23; Rejected: 16; Published: 9; Retracted: 0
2014 Q1: Articles Received: 31; Accepted: 10; Rejected: 11; Published: 7; Retracted: 0
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Vol 1, No 2 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Investigating the Relationship between Process Management and Organizational Culture: Literature Review and Research Agenda|
|Corinna Grau, Jürgen Moormann||p1|
|The Emerging Factors Affecting China’s Outward Foreign Direct Investments|
|Caiazza Rosa, Volpe Tiziana||p18|
|The Relationship between Leadership and Communication Skills of Nurse Managers and the Organizational Citizenship Behaviors of Medical-Surgical Nurses and Nursing Assistants|
|Cheryl B. Cullen, Pamela A. Gordon||p23|
|Gender Imbalance in Management Consulting Firms – A Story about the Construction and Effects of Organizational Identity|
|Matthias Tomenendal, Cansu Boyoglu||p30|
|Employee Perceptions of the Manager Behaviors That Create Follower-Leader Trust|
|Gus Gordon, Ann Gilley, Sherry Avery, Jerry W. Gilley, Afton Barber||p44|
|Regulative, Normative, and Cognitive Elements of Organizations: Implications for Managing Change|
|Central Bank Challenges after the Financial Crisis|
|Per Halvor Vale||p67|
|CPA Firms of Human Resource Management Research ——A Case Study of SCPA|
|Yingying Li, Yanni Yao||p78|
|Low Socioeconomic Factors: Not a Limiting Factor for African American Men|
|James H. Flynn, Brett A. Gordon||p86|
|Sustaining Public Sector Lean Six Sigma: Perspectives from North America|
|Greener Golf Operations: A Comparative Case Study of Ontario Golf Courses Engaged in Environmental Sustainability Initiatives|
|Courtney Keogh, Cheryl Mallen, Chris Chard, Craig Hyatt||p100|
|Organizational Change: Importance of Leadership Style and Training|
|Sinem Somunoğlu İkinci||p122|
|Determinants of International Purchasing Success: An Analysis of the Status Quo of Research|
|Tabea Tressin, Nicole Franziska Richter||p129|
|Stakeholder Interests from Behind the Veil: A Rawlsian Approach to Ethical Corporate Governance|
|Daniel Carson Evans, Gerald E. Evans||p148|
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