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  • CALL FOR PAPERS - The JSME's editors are accepting papers for the JSME Volume 13: 2017. They invite strategy academics and management professionals to submit papers which fit the JSME's Aims & Scope remit. Please refer to the journal's Notes for Authors - Submissions to: info@senatehall.com
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JSME Vol 13: 2017 (+ More to Follow)
 
Using Live and Real-time Cases to Enhance Student Engagement and Learning in Strategic Management
Jeffrey A. Mello, School of Management, Rhode Island College, USA
 
JSME Vol 12: 2016 
 
Competing to Learn: A Pedagogical Approach to Enhance Higher Level Learning Across Disciplinary Silos
Erin Pleggenkuhle-Miles, Leif Lundmark, Patricia Meglich and A. Erin Bass (College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska Omaha, USA)
 
Wikipedia: An Opportunity to Teach Marketing Students Worldwide - and a Call for More Crowdsourced Marketing Content on wikipedia.com
Andrew J. Dahl (University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, USA), Deborah M. Gray (Central Michigan University, USA) and Jimmy Peltier (University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, USA)
 
Beyond the Business Case
Gary Shaheen (Syracuse University, New York, USA)
 
 Teaching outside the Rubric: Qualitative Student Insights about Creativity
Anjala S. Krishen (Lee Business School, University of Nevada, USA) and Abbie Kirkendall (School of Social Work, University of Nevada, USA)
 
JSME Vol 11: 2015 
 
Teaching Geopolitical Risk in Business Strategy: An Opportunity for Critical Skill Development
Kenneth M. Sweet (Angelo State University, Texas, USA) and Susana Velez-Castrillon (University of West Georgia, USA)
 
Ethical Orientation and Competitiveness - Competitiveness and the Impact of Ethical Orientation
Eric G. Kirby and Susan L. Kirby (Texas State University, San Marcos, USA)
 
A Job Yet-To-Be-Done: Reinventing How Universities Define Student Needs
Lucian Gramescu and Nicolae Bibu (West University of Timisoara, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Romania)
 
Quality Classroom Instruction through the Utilization of Organization Development Practices
Ryan J. Petty, Raed Elaydi, Thomas C. Head (Heller College of Business, Chicago, USA), and Peter F. Sorensen, Jr. (Benedictine University, Illinois, USA)
 
 JSME Vol 10: 2014
 
Student Involvement Measured by Login and Perceived Learning of Strategic Management in an On-Line Business Simulation Game
Michael Jijin Zhang (Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA)
 
Shared Capitalism: Missing in Action
Peter B. Thompson (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)
 
In Search of Blue Oceans: Using the Value-Network Approach
Arpita Agnihotri (IBS Hyderabad Business School, India)
 
Strategic Alliances in the Marketing of Higher Education: A Framework for Enduring and Successful Outcomes
Mark Thomas (Grenoble Ecole de ManagementFrance)
 
JSME Vol 9: Issue 4, 2013
 
Alliance for Social Enterprise: A Framework to Develop Social Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies
Dawn Harris (Loyola University Chicago, USA), Thomas Derdak (Global Alliance for Africa, Chicago, USA), Nicholas Lash, Ugur Uygur, Michael Welch and Linda TuncayZayer (Loyola University Chicago, USA)
 
Crowdsourcing Management Education
Owen P. Hall, Jr. (Pepperdine University, USA)

JSME Vol 9: Issue 3, 2013 

Student Perspectives on the Business Capstone Experience: Listening to a Missing Voice in the Course and Program Assessment
Jan Flynn and Robert J. Duesing (Department of Management, Georgia College and State University, USA)

JSME Vol 9: Issue 2, 2013

Strategic Management and International Business: Using the Global Financial Crisis to Teach International Business Concepts in the Capstone Course
Al Rosenbloom and Khalid Razaki (Dominican University, USA)

ZARA: Chic and Fast Fashion
Laura Matherly and Claire Richards (Zayed University, College of Business, United Arab Emirates)

ZARA: Chic and Fast Fashion (INSTRUCTOR NOTES)
Laura Matherly and Claire Richards (Zayed University, College of Business, United Arab Emirates)

JSME Vol 9: Issue 1, 2013

Unveiling the Black-Box of Innovation: A methodological Tool for the Analysis of Efficiency of Regional Innovation Systems
M. Davide Parrilli (Orkestra-Basque Institute of Competitiveness and University of Deusto, San Sebastian, Spain)

Tesla Motors: A Balanced Scorecard Approach to More Effective Performance Management
Myles E. Mangram (SMC University, Switzerland)

(TEACHING NOTE) Tesla Motors: A Balanced Scorecard Approach to More Effective Performance Management
Myles E. Mangram (SMC University, Switzerland)

V-REEL: An Improved Framework for Teaching (and Implementing) the Resource-Based View
Kenneth D. Cory (Professional Business Associates, USA), Gerald David Flint (Texas A&M University, USA) and David D. Van Fleet (Arizona State University, USA)

JSME Vol 8: Issue 4, 2012

Entrepreneurial Value Creation: Are Business Schools Playing Their Full Part?
David Molian (Cranfield School of Management, UK)

Participation, Majority Rule Voting, and Group Cohesion
David D. Van Fleet (Arizona State University, USA), G. David Flint (Texas A&M University, USA) and Tim O. Peterson (North Dakota State University, USA)

Absorptive Capacity in Strategic Alliances with Chinese Firms: Implications for Strategic Management Education
Feng Tian (University of Newcastle, Australia), David Lynch and Karim Mardaneh (University of Ballarat, Australia)

JSME Vol 8: Issue 3, 2012

Principals, Agents and Entrepreneurs in White-Collar Crime: An Empirical Typology of White-Collar Criminals
Jan Ketil Arnulf and Petter Gottschalk (BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo, Norway)

The Emperor’s New Clothes: A Framework for Market-Based Management at Tesla Motors
Myles E. Mangram (SMC University, Switzerland)

(TEACHING NOTE) The Emperor’s New Clothes: A Framework for Market-Based Management at Tesla Motors
Myles E. Mangram (SMC University, Switzerland)

JSME Vol 8: Issue 2, 2012

A Model of Quality in the Education Service Sector: an Application of TOPSIS
Koushiki Choudhury (Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India)

The Comeback of the Swiss Watch Industry on the World Market: A Business History of the Swatch Group (1983-2010)
Pierre-Yves Donzé (Kyoto University, Japan)

Searching for Trace Evidence of Strategic Management Decisions: Using Organizational Theory to Understand the Competitive Environment - (Teaching Strategic Management: A Data-Driven Experiential Exercise)
Kenneth M. York and Cynthia E. Miree (Oakland University, Rochester, USA)

JSME Vol 8: Issue 1, 2012

Types, Sources and Frequency of use of Formalised Marketing Information as a Catalyst of SME Growth
Luca A. Cacciolatti, Andrew Fearne, Bellema Ugwushi Ihua and David Yawson  (Kent Business School, UK)

Suzlon - the 'Upstart' Acquirer from India
Vasant Sivaraman and Anubhav Agarwal (SP Jain Institute of Management & Research, India)

TEACHING NOTE for: "Suzlon - The ‘Upstart’ Acquirer from India"
Vasant Sivaraman and Anubhav Agarwal (SP Jain Institute of Management & Research, India)

Implementing the Principles of Responsible Management Education: Examining Understandings of Economic, Social and Environmental Sustainability
Susan L. Kirby (Texas State University, San Marcos, USA)

JSME Vol 7: Issue 4, 2011 - Online

The Rise and Demise of Lucent Technologies
William Lazonick (The Academic-Industry Research Network and University of Massachusetts, USA) and Edward March (The Academic-Industry Research Network and Dartmouth College, USA)

Are Luxury Brands Really a Financial Dream?
Jean-Noël Kapferer (Pernod Ricard Chair on the Management of Prestige Brands, HEC Paris, France) and Olivier Tabatoni (Institut d’Administration des Entreprises, Aix en Provence, France)

Strategic Issues in Tablets and Smartphones: an Agenda (Non-refereed research note)
Des Laffey (University of Kent, UK)

JSME Vol 7: Issue 3, 2011 - Online

Strategic Leadership, Performance, Industry Dynamics, and CEO Turnover in China: A Research note
Julian Lowe (University of Newcastle, Australia and University of the West of England, UK ) and Lili Pi (Guangzhou Academy of Social Science and Guangdong University of Business Studies, China)

The Value of a Nugget
Kirk Plangger, Nick Facey and Michael Parent (Simon Fraser University - SFU, Canada)

Global Cement Industry: Competitive and Institutional Frameworks
Tarek H. Selim and Ahmed S. Salem (American University in Cairo and Egyptian Competition Authority, Egypt)

 JSME Vol 7: Issue 2,  2011  - Online

John Dunning’s Influence in International Business/Strategy Research: A Bibliometric Study in the "Strategic Management Journal"
Manuel Portugal Ferreira, Cláudia Frias Pinto, Luís Filipe Gaspar (Instituto Politécnico de Leiria, Portugal) and Fernando A. Ribeiro Serra (HSM School of Management, Brazil)

Strategic Niche Management (SNM) beyond sustainability: An exploration of key findings of SNM through the lens of ICT and privacy
W.F. Schilpzand, R.P.J.M. Raven (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands) and Q.C. van Est (Eindhoven University of Technology, and Rathenau Institute, The Netherlands)

Locational and Internal Sources of Firm Competitive Advantage: Applying Porter’s Diamond Model at the Firm Level
Anna Lejpras and Alexander Eickelpasch (German Institute for Economic Research - DIW Berlin, Germany) and Andreas Stephan (Jönköping International Business School, Sweden, and DIW Berlin, Germany)
 

JSME Vol 7: Issue 1, 2011 - Online

A Framework for Analyzing the Financial Crisis: Lessons from "The Smartest Guys in the Room"
Douglas W. Lyon (Fort Lewis College, USA), Eric G. Kirby and Susan L. Kirby (Texas State University, USA)

Corporate Communications in the FTSE 100:  Evidence using Search Engines
Patrick Reid (Greenwich School of Management, UK), Brian Lyttle (LiquidHub, Inc., USA)

Corporate Social Responsibility and the Gambling Sector – Myth or Reality?
Chris McDermott (Independent Consultant)

Encouraging Pre-Reading: A Strategy Quiz for Executive Education
Geoffrey Lewis (University of Melbourne, Australia) and Tatiana Zalan (University of South Australia)

NOTE FROM THE AUTHORS: Subscribing professors and teaching academics can download a confidential copy of the "Quiz With Answers" by emailing us here at Senate Hall and including verification of their teaching positions.
Please contact: david.oneill@senatehall.com

JSME Vol 6: Issue 4, 2010 - Online

Editorial: Making research relevant
Des Laffey (University of Kent, UK)

Intervention to promote SME growth: a review of 20 years at Cranfield
David Molian (Cranfield School of Management, UK)

Risky Business: London’s Listed Firms and their American Gamble
Kathryn Laffey and Des Laffey (University of Kent, UK)

A Case Study and Some Propositions about Marketing in a Fast Growth SME: Is Entrepreneurial Marketing Different?
Ben Lowe (University of Kent, UK), Julian Lowe and David Lynch (University of Ballarat, Australia)

Are Business School Mission Statements Readable? Evidence From The Top 100
Leyland F. Pitt (Segal Graduate School of Business, Simon Fraser University, Canada), Setayesh Sattari and Diane Bevelander (Lulea University of Technology, Sweden)

JSME Vol 6: Issue 3, 2010 - Online

Editorial: Responding to a changing world
Des Laffey (University of Kent, UK)

Transactions Cost Theory (TCT) influence in strategy research: A review through a bibliometric study in leading journals
Rodrigo Martins, Fernando Ribeiro Serra, André Luis da Silva Leite (Unisul Business School, Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina, Brazil), Manuel Portugal Ferreira (Center of Res. on Int. Bus. & Strategy, Instituto Politécnico de Leiria, Portugal) and Dan Li (Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, USA)

The Pedagogy of Writing Case Studies: A Grounded Learning Approach
Eric G. Kirby, John K. Ross III, Bill J. Middlebrook and Michael J. Keeffe (Department of Management, Texas State University, USA)

CEO Perception and the Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002
Nicholas Vakkur (Pardee RAND Graduate School, USA)

Services Trade and IT-Enabled Services: A Case Study of India
Meenakshi Rajeev and B.P. Vani (Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore, India)

JSME Vol 6: Issue 2, 2010 - Online

Editorial: Applying Theory to Practice
Des Laffey (University of Kent, UK)

A New Classification of IT Resources: A Research Agenda under the Complementarity of the RBV
Maria Nieves Perez-Arostegui and Jose Benitez-Amado (University of Granada, Spain)

Analysing the Success of MBA Programmes
Cecilio Mar Molinero (Kent Business School, UK) and Fabiola Portillo (University of La Rioja, Spain)

Enterprise 2.0: The Case of British Telecom
Ben Ramdani (Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, UK) and Tazeeb Rajwani (Cranfield School of Management, UK)

Value Creation in Healthcare: The Case of the Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace (CHPG) Monaco
Ingo Böbel and Amrita Martis (International University of Monaco)

JSME Vol 6: Issue 1, 2010 - Online   ABSTRACTS LINK

Editorial: Celebrating diversity
Des Laffey (University of Kent, UK)

Technological strategic alliances and performance: The mediating effect of knowledge-based competencies
César Camisón-Zornoza, Montserrat Boronat-Navarro (Jaume I University, Spain), Ana Villar-López (Universitat de Valencia, Spain)

The emergence of markets and capabilities, dynamic transaction costs and institutions: a case study of organizational choices in offshored and outsourced business services in China
Martha Prevezer (Queen Mary University of London, UK)

Case Study of POSCO - Analysis of its Growth Strategy and Key Success Factors
Seung-Joo Lee (KDI School of Public Policy and Management, South Korea) and Eun-Hyung Lee (College of Business Administration, Kookmin University, South Korea)

The role of serial entrepreneurs in the internationalization of global start-ups. A business case
Alberto Onetti (Insubria University, Italy), Marco Talaia (University of Pavia and Insubria University, Italy), Vincenza Odorici and Manuela Presutti (University of Bologna, Italy), Sameer Verma (San Francisco State University, USA)
 

JSME Volume 5: Issues 3 & 4 - 2009 - Online

Editorial: Looking back and looking forward
Des Laffey (University of Kent, UK)

RFID-based Entry into the German B2B Parcel Market and its Effect on Competitive Strategies, Prices and Market Shares: The Case of Red Parcel Post
Helmut M. Dietl, Markus Lang, Martin Lutzenberger (University of Zurich, Switzerland), and Stephan M. Wagner (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland)

Moving Towards Equilibrium in Industrial Markets: An Analysis of Dyadic Paired Relationships
Bradley R. Barnes, Daragh O’Reilly (Sheffield University Management School, UK), and Ben Lowe (Kent Business School, UK)

Russia’s Emerging Multinationals
Sergey Filippov (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands)

Exploring the Relationship between Organizational Culture, Leadership Styles and Corporate Performance: An Overview
Osaro Mgbere (University of New England, USA)

Knowledge in Internet Supported Organisations
John Sharp (Kent Business School, UK)

 
JSME Volume 5: Issue 2 - 2009 - Online
 
Editorial: Emerging markets and emerging issues
Des Laffey (University of Kent, UK)

Manila Water – Privatising regulated services in a developing country - A strategy case study
Christian Wolf (Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK)

Improving managerial capacity and economic viability in Chinese wool textile mills
Colin Brown (School of Integrative Systems, University of Queensland, Australia),
Scott Waldron (School of Integrative Systems, University of Queensland, Australia),
John Longworth (School of Integrative Systems, University of Queensland, Australia)
and Zhao Yutian (Chinese Research Centre for Rural Economy, China)

Marketing education and the missing P: Evidence from Australia
Ben Lowe (University of Kent, UK) and Julian Lowe (School of Business, University of Ballarat, Australia)

JSME Volume 5: Issue 1 - 2009 - Online


Editorial: Continuity and change
Des Laffey ( University of Kent, UK)

Assessing the Integration of Ethics Content in Strategic Management Textbooks: An Exploratory Analysis - VIEW ABSTRACT
Raye M. Lemke (Saint Mary’s University, Canada) and Cathy Driscoll (Saint Mary’s University, Canada)

Strategies for Entrepreneurial Success
Andrew Burke (Cranfield School of Management, UK and Max Planck Institute of Economics, Germany)

Glasses Direct: A case study of market entry in the UK opticians market
Des Laffey (University of Kent, UK)

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