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Recent Submissions

  • Joffi Thomas; Radhakrishna Pillai, R (Sage Publications, 2015-01)
    Is there a distinct management style as ‘Indian way of management’ in practice as there is Western style of management developed during the industrialization age and Japanese style of management, which received global ...
  • Subhash Sharma (Sage Publications, 2015-01)
    This article traces the evolutionary journey of the idea of Indian management 1960 onwards. It identifies four phases of development of Indian management ideas in terms of adopting a scientific approach (1960–1980), ...
  • Radhakrishna Pillai, R; Anil Kumar, G; Krishnadas, N (Sage Publications, 2015-01)
    Crises are common in the modern world and the value system of leaders plays a crucial role in effectively managing the crises. The role of self-managing leadership in crisis management is explored in this article. An ...
  • Mariam Ciby; Raya, R. P (Sage Publications, 2015-01)
    Over the past 25 years, academic researchers across the globe have extensively studied the concept, definition and the prevalence of workplace bullying. Even though researchers around the globe explain bullying with multiple ...
  • Chatterjee, Debashis (Sage Publications, 2015-01)
    Given the current trend, the world population is projected to rise to 9.5 billion in 2047. India will take the top spot with a staggering population of close to 1.6 billion to leave behind the current world leader in ...
  • Guillaume Sicard (Sage Publications, 2015-01)
    India is contributing immensely to the global business environment. We are well aware of the advantages India has. Its demographic advantage, high-cost competitiveness and domestic consumption-led economy are some of the ...
  • Akshita Arora; Chandan Sharma (Sage Publications, 2015-01)
    This study attempts to examine the impact of prior and current firm performance on board composition as it is the least explored issue in the corporate governance area. For this purpose, our analysis covers a large sample ...
  • Hariom Manchiraju (Sage Publications, 2015-01)
    Corporate social responsibility (CSR), as a field of study, began to garner serious scholarly attention since the 1970s. There are broadly two schools of thoughts relating to the efficacy of CSR. The first one, asserted ...
  • Teidorlang Lyngdoh (Sage Publications, 2015-01)
    Over the years, marketing has increasingly been viewed as a major cause for many social and environmental problems. The role of marketing has been widely perceived to be prospering at the expense of society. Marketing ...

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