Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship

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

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 2, 2014

A Message from the Editor
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the April 2014 issue.We begin this issue with an article by Stephanie Pane Haden, Sara Diaz, John Humphreys, and Mario Hayek, "Leading Aesthetically: Insights from the Founders of the San Antonio Conservation Society"....
Beyond the Organizational Bounds in CE Research: Exploring Personal and Relational Factors in a Flat Organizational Structure
Introduction"You can't always plan for innovation. The best companies create multidisciplinary cultures where a spark of innovation can occur anywhere in the organization. What's more, those companies react nimbly when the unexpected does happen and...
Factors Affecting Internationalization Decision Making in Family Businesses: An Integrated Literature Review
IntroductionFamily businesses have traditionally operated in domestic markets, but an increasing number are now searching for growth opportunities in foreign markets (Fernandez & Nieto, 2005; Zahra, 2003). Internationalization is considered one of...
Idea to Invention: What You Need to Know to Cash in on Your Inspiration
Idea to Invention: What You Need to Know to Cash in on Your Inspiration Patricia Nolan-Brown AMACOM, 2014 272 pages, paperback $13.45As uncertainty plagues the economic landscape, many individuals have posed the question "How can I be my own boss?" or...
"I'm Loving It!" What Makes the Successful Entrepreneur Affectively Committed to Entrepreneurial Performance?
IntroductionOur interest in this study was stimulated initially by practical considerations: What, exactly, makes some entrepreneurs so highly "committed" to their work and how might this sense of commitment be instilled in others? Are successful entrepreneurs...
Investigating the Entrepreneurial Attitudes of African Americans: A Study of Young Adults
IntroductionAs noted in multiple reports from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), entrepreneurs often pursue business ownership based on either opportunity recognition or financial necessity due to the lack of economic alternatives. Consistent...
Leadership 2030: The Six Megatrends You Need to Understand to Lead Your Company into the Future
Leadership 2030: The Six Megatrends You Need to Understand to Lead Your Company into the Future George Vielmetter and Yvonne Sell AMACOM (2014) 244 pages, hardcover, $27.95Are you an experienced leader, or one that seeks to develop their talents, or...
Leading Aesthetically: Insights from the Founders of the San Antonio Conservation Society
IntroductionRena Maverick Green and I on March 22nd, 1924, planted an acorn that today has grown into a large spreading live oak tree. Neither of us could have done it alone, but she had the experience and I had the time, and everyone we invited to join...
Learning from the CEO of Electro Imaging Systems, Inc.: A Conversation with Qasim Tarin
Belal A. Kaifi, Trident University InternationalYalda Tarin, University of California, DavisAs an entrepreneur, Qasim has built his own successful organizations and has a consulting business helping other entrepreneurs develop their businesses worldwide....
Public Support of Innovation in Entrepreneurial Firms
Public Support of Innovation in Entrepreneurial Firms Albert N. Link Edward Elgar Publishers, 2013 191 pages, $ 110.00 (Hard cover)Albert N Link is a professor of Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. His book Public Support of...
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