DEVELOPING ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION OF DISABLED PEOPLE: INVESTIGATING THE ROLES OF ALERTNESS AND PERCEIVED HEALTH
Disabled people generally find difficulties in achieving social and professional insertion, which may provide them with incentives to create their own businesses (Davidson, 2011; Pagan, 2009).
Creativity techniques to enhance knowledge transfer within global virtual teams in the context of knowledge-intensive enterprises
This conceptual paper investigates the common concern among managers that the physical separation of workers within a global virtual team may hinder the transfer of knowledge amongst the team members that is required to carry out their work efficiently, especially in the context of knowledge-inte
How French Wine Producers Use Open Innovation to Gain and Manage Their Legitimacy
While open innovation and legitimacy are two processes that redefine the boundaries between the firm and its surrounding environment, no study has so far bridged the gap between these two concepts.