Academic journal article Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship

From the Editor

Academic journal article Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship

From the Editor

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This second issue of the Journal of Business & Entrepreneurship reflects steady progress in our continuing drive toward quality articles. The articles in this issue help our reader keep well abreast of current knowledge and research in small business and entrepreneurship. We have maintained the balance between research which pushes forward the frontiers of the discipline and articles which describe how we can better serve our various constituencies.

Several articles in this issue are on the cutting edge of small business research and practice. Jerry Prock and Walt Greene describe how the Just-In-Time (JIT) method of inventory control can be valuable to various types and sizes of business. Smoking in the workplace, and its important ramifications for businesses, small and large, is presented in the article by Jeff Harris and Art Bethke. Bill Long and I collaborated in presenting new material on high technology-based distance learning models and how they might be used in Small Business Institute delivery of educational materials to small businesses.

For both the SBI Director and small business practitioners, three interesting articles deal with distinct areas of importance: Lowell Stockstill, Sharon Dietz, and Wayne Maurer on cash flow; Leo Cheatham, J. Paul Dunn, and Carole Cheatham on working capital; and David Adams and Wayne Cunningham on planning . With the enormous impact of cash flow and the cost of money in our economy today, these practical articles will be of value to everyone concerned with the operations of small businesses. …

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