Category Archives: Strategy

Crisis Management, Total Quality Management, and Organizational Sustainability: The Relationship.

Successful business strategy should include a plan to develop sustainability and competitive advantage. In the process of developing sustainability, thinking and planning is a primary process that provides executives an important step to develop programs. However, how to communicate effectively … Continue reading

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Complex Adaptive System (CAS) and Leadership in Organizational Change

Organizational change affects every single unit of the organization and its stakeholders including business partners, chain suppliers, and local communities.   As per perspective of the complex adaptive system (CAS) involved in organizational change, small change can lead to large.  In … Continue reading

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Process Orientation Integration: An Application to Today’s Business Strategy

As business regulations have changed and the technology influence to new way of doing business has rapidly increased, many businesses face new challenges.  New business model, therefore, focuses in process orientation which creates complexity and challenges for business leaders rather … Continue reading

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IT “Locked Down”: Good or Bad Strategy?

As organizations worldwide take advantage of information technology to reduce cost and increase performance, digital information can be shared and available over the Internetworking computers, the risk of data security breaches is increasingly concerned.  Several major risks that concern Information … Continue reading

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Improving Business Ethics and Morals in an Organization – A Responsibility of an Effective Leader

Ethics and morals respectively have its own meaning although, superficially, they are related and referred to the good or the bad.  Ethics “is simply describing how people behave” (Perle, 2004).  However, the ethics at workplace are usually referred to trust, … Continue reading

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Complexity Leadership Theory: Adaptive Leadership

Defined by Uhl-Bien, Marion, and McKelvey (2007), the Complexity Leadership Theory (CLT) provides a primary framework that explains the entanglement among three leadership roles, which are administrative, adaptive, and enabling leadership, and also between the bureaucracy and complex adaptive system (CAS).  … Continue reading

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Developing a Market Based Solution Focuses on Bottom of the Pyramid

Poverty exists in this globe.  High percentage of poor or low-income people appeared to be in those less developed or developing countries.  Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) market occupies about one sixth of the world’s population (Anderson & Billou, 2007).  … Continue reading

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