Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship

Broad-based publication includes experimental and conceptual articles on general management or entrepreneurship.

Articles from Vol. 17, No. 1, January

A Message from the Editor
Welcome to the January, 2012 issue of JAME. We begin the year with case entitled "Ben Barry and the Fashion Industry" by Catherine Ashley-Cotleur, Sandra Kauanui, and Ludmilla Wells. The case chronicles the journey of a young Canadian entrepreneur who...
Ben Barry and the Fashion Industry
Executive SummaryThis case focuses on issues faced by a young Canadian entrepreneur, Ben Barry, who is attempting to create a profitable modeling business in an industry whose underlying value system does not match his own. The pressure to conform to...
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Education: A Voice from the Margins
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Education: A Voice from the Margins CP. Gause Sense Publishers, 2011 $29.00, softcover, 144 pagesIn a world today termed as a 'global village' there are numerous issues which populations in various societies face. These...
Embedded Sustainability: The Next Big Competitive Advantage
Embedded Sustainability: The Next Big Competitive Advantage Chris Laszlo and Nadya Zhexembayeva Stanford University Press, 2011 288 pages, hardback, $35.00Within only the past decade, the business landscape has changed tremendously. For many organizations,...
Failure by Design: The Story Behind America's Broken Economy
Failure by Design: The Story behind America's Broken Economy Josh Bivens ILR Press (2011) 103 pages, hardback, $18.95As America continues to move forward from the longest recession (from December of 2007 until June of 2009) ever faced by the United States...
Family Business in the Oilfield: A Conversation with Paul Danos of Danos & Curole
Executive SummaryIn 1947, Allen Danos, Sr. and Syriaque Curóle started a small tugboat business in south Louisiana to provide transportation for companies in the oil and gas industry. The two brothersin-law worked closely together, gradually building...
Leaders and Change: Attend to the Uniqueness of Individuals
Executive SummaryDespite the organizational imperative requiring change to remain competitive, even to survive, the ability to successfully implement change eludes many firms. This quantitative and qualitative study examined change within organizations;...
Looking to the Future: Building a Curriculum for Social Activism
Looking to the Future: Building a Curriculum for Social Activism Derek Hodson Sense Publishers (2011) 406 pages, Paperback, $49.00"Looking to the future" has become not only a pervasive human endeavor, but also a resounding call and philosophical and...
Modern Competitiveness in the Twenty-First Century: Global Experiences
Modern Competitiveness in the Twenty-First Century: Global Experiences Jessica M. Bailey, Claudette Chin-Loy, Nikolaos Karagiannis, and Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi (Editors) 2011, Lexington Books - Rowan & Littlefield Publishing 307 pages, Hardcover, $80.00Competition...
Multi-Generation Small Business Response to the Recent Financial Crisis
Executive SummaryThis exploratory investigation documents the comments of participating family members of multi-generation small businesses regarding their experiences in responding to the recent financial crisis. A qualitative approach was adopted,...
Successful Transition from Academia to Administration: An Interview with Dr. Ayoub Kazim
Executive SummaryIn this wide ranging interview, Dr. Ayoub Kazim, the managing director of the education cluster of TECOM Investments including Dubai Knowledge Village (DKV) and Dubai International Academic City (DIAC), shares his insights on the development...
Team Charters and Systematic Search: A Prescription for Corporate Entrepreneurship
Executive SummaryResearch suggests that teams must focus on both teamwork and taskwork to be effective. Most studies on team productivity center on the team's makeup and leadership without guidance on process or task. Here, the concepts of Team Charters...
The Second Glass Ceiling Impedes Women Entrepreneurs
Executive SummaryThe glass ceiling phenomenon that impedes the advancement of talented women professionals into senior executive roles inside large corporations is widely recognized in society, studied in the management literature, taught in business...
Working through Ethics in Education and Leadership
Working Through Ethics in Education and Leadership James Kent Donlevy and Keith D. Walker Sense Publishers, 168 pages 2011, $39.00"It's all relative," and "justice is the will of the stronger," declared the Sophists of Ancient Greece. In order to combat...

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