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Strategic orientation and organizational performance of small firms in Malta: a grounded theory approach.
(Robert Gordon University, 2011-04)
Although the contribution of the small enterprise to a nation’s economy, job creation and innovation is well known, comparatively little is understood on how small firms behave strategically and how the more common ...
The social construction of technical innovation in the UK oil and gas industry.
(Robert Gordon University, 2014-10)
Innovation and ‘creative destruction’ should thrive in the competitive, high risk and high cost environment of the North Sea. Paradoxically, uptake of new technology is slow. The focus of this research was to understand ...
IT strategizing of small firms in Malta: a grounded theory approach.
(Robert Gordon University, 2014-06)
The contribution of small firms towards the creation of economic value in a country’s Gross Domestic Product, employment and innovation is widely acknowledged. Relatively little is known on how small firms are adopting IT ...
Female entrepreneurship in Nigeria: an investigation.
(Robert Gordon University, 2017-05-01)
The significant contributions of female entrepreneurs to both the social and economic development of their various countries have been recognized over the past two decades. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) found ...
A critical assessment of corporate community engagement (CCE) in the Niger Delta.
(Robert Gordon University, 2017-06-01)
This thesis makes a new contribution to the field of corporate social responsibility in the area of corporate community engagement (CCE) and public relations in the area of organization-public relationships (OPRs). The ...
The adoption of eco-innovations: a study of SMEs in the Scottish food and drink sector.
(Robert Gordon University, 2018-05-01)
The increasing government and consumer interest in, and growing concerns about environmental issues have pressured businesses to adopt eco-innovative measures and activities. These pressures have been felt particularly by ...