Global Business and Management Research: An International Journal

Provides a platform for debate among diverse academic and practitioner communities who address a broad area of business and management issues across the globe.

Articles from Vol. 1, No. 2, April

A Discussion on HPWS Perception and Employee Behavior
Introduction High performance work systems (HPWS), has its roots to HR practices closely related with the Japanese production systems, most significantly the lean system of Toyota, documented extensively in the book titled "the machine that changed...
Cost Management Changes in the Economic Resort of Czech and Slovak Republic
Introduction Economy in the Czech Republic but also in all middle Europe countries went in last 20 years through stormy development and we were witnesses of dramatic changes, which had an influence of European and also worldwide entrepreneurial...
How to Calculate the Costs of Idle Capacity in the Manufacturing Industry
Introduction Issues relating to the costs of unused capacity have gained in importance in recent years. This is due to further fluctuating changes in customer demands, in combination with the seasonal nature of products and rising costs in fixed...
HR Practice Scenario in Indian KPOs
Introduction The trajectory of growth of outsourcing as a strategy and a significant management tool over the last decade has been noteworthy notwithstanding the momentary hit due to the global economic meltdown. What began from manufacturing outsourcing...
Implement Strategic 360 Degree Appraisal for a University
Introduction This paper looks at how universities can implement a 360 degree appraisal system into their annual performance review for academics and administrative staff and with some modifications the process can be extended to include multinational...
Organizational Factors for Exploration and Exploitation: A Conceptual Review
Introduction Researchers classify innovation as two separate set of activities viz. exploration and exploitation. Benner & Tushman (2002) and Jansen (2005) differentiate between 'exploitative Innovations' which involve 'improvements in existing...
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