Journal of Business Strategies

An academic journal publishing original papers that examine current trends, problems, and issues of particular interest to business managers and decision-makers. Editorial emphasis is placed on those contributions that are of practical value to business p

Articles from Vol. 27, No. 2, Fall

Climate Change Strategies and Firm Performance: An Empirical Investigation of the Natural Resource-Based View of the Firm
Abstract There is widespread consensus that human activity has had a significant impact on global climatic patterns which will have important consequences for much of society. Although there has been much research on the relationship between corporate...
Consequences of Outsourcing Strategies on Employee Quality of Work Life, Attitudes, and Performance
Abstract Outsourcing is the strategic use of outside resources to perform activities that are usually handled by internal staff and resources. The consequences of implementing outsourcing strategies in an industrial setting were studied using a...
The Effects of Customer-Firm Interaction on Innovation and Performance in Service Firms
Abstract Understanding innovation in services has always been complicated by the intangibility of the underlying offering and hence the ease of imitation by rivals. This study extends the transaction cost approach by investigating how the switching...
The Triad: Organizational Cultural Values, Practices and Strong Social Intra-Firm Networks
Abstract The primary purpose of this research paper is to demonstrate the role, strong organizational culture plays in transforming a loosely connected organization to one with strong ties. The results of this study indicate that business units...