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The effects of characteristics of partners on strategic alliance performance in the SME dominated travel sector
(Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam.; www.elsevier.com/locate/tourman, 2008)
This study examines the effects of characteristics of alliance partners on perceived strategic alliance performance. Alliance relationships were explored within and between the travel sector, and other tourism sectors of ...
Assessing managerial skills in SMEs for capacity building
(Emerald Publishing Group Ltd, www.emeraldinsight.com/jmd.htm, 2008)
The paper aims to identify perceived critical managerial factors (PCMFs) affecting the performance of SMEs, show the direction and extent of relationship between PCMFs and firm characteristics, and forward some research ...
From operating efficiency to competitive edge: lessons from small firms in Botswana
(WileyInterscience, http://www.wileyinterscience.com, 2008)
Today’s business environment is characterized by stiff competition, rapid technological advancements, and changing requirements of customers and employees. To grow and survive in this turbulent environment, Small and ...
Managing behind the scenes: employee empowerment
(Asian Network for Scientific Information, http://www.ansinet.org, 2008)
The main objective of this study was to find out the strategies for success of employee empowerment in organisation to reduce employee turnover. In addition, the study focusses on the benefits and criticism of employee ...