Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review is a magazine focusing on Economics

Articles from Vol. 30, No. 2, 2005

A New Paradigm: Entrepreneurial Leadership
As the 1990's gave way to the next millennium, the current social, economic, and political environments were constantly being affected by the actions of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial ventures. The current literature in entrepreneurship devotes considerable...
A Preliminary Model of Abusive Behavior in Organizations
In this season of continuing financial turmoil and organizational discontent, individuals are coming to realize that organizational life often consists of roughly equal portions of good and bad. The "dark side" of organizational life, in which power...
Leadership and Upward Influence: A Survey of Business School Deans
An empirical study of how business school deans use "upward" influence tactics as a leadership tool to get things done has never appeared in the research literature on management. The purpose of this study is to examine what types of influence tactics...
The Emerging Role of the "Sales Technologist"
Marketers have long sought to craft marketplace opportunities to provide a differential advantage that is both significant and sustainable. Particularly important in the sales organization, creating and maintaining a marketplace advantage are often the...
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