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Global business expansion : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications
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91 PDFs (3 volumes)
Volume I. Section 1. Fundamental concepts and theories. Chapter 1. Holistic view on unknown unknowns in project risk management ; Chapter 2. Harnessing knowledge power for competitive advantage ; Chapter 3. Systemic risk management: a practice approach to the systemic management of project risk ; Chapter 4. Explaining the firm's de-internationalization process by using resource-based view ; Chapter 5. Assessment of strategic information systems planning (SISP) techniques from requirement view ; Chapter 6. Mastering business process management and business intelligence in global business ; Chapter 7. Financial risk management: an introduction -- Section 2. Development and design methodologies. Chapter 8. Opening the black box of the venture capital-entrepreneur relationship: evidence from a process study ; Chapter 9. Public policies and public programs with a regional impact in promoting entrepreneurship: the case study of government backed venture capital schemes in the UK ; Chapter 10. Strategic planning in entrepreneurial companies: international experiences ; Chapter 11. Missed opportunities from misalignment of project and operational requirements ; Chapter 12. A step-by-step procedural methodology for improving an organization's IT risk management system ; Chapter 13. The management of knowledge risks: what do we really know? ; Chapter 14. Towards a business-driven process model for knowledge security risk management: making sense of knowledge risks ; Chapter 15. A comprehensive literature review on construction project risk analysis ; Chapter 16. Using a knowledge-based approach to foster the use of risk management in construction ; Chapter 17. Integrating sustainability into project risk management ; Chapter 18. Building a natural disaster risk index for supply chain operations ; Chapter 19. Reactive and proactive dynamic capabilities: using the knowledge chain theory of competitiveness ; Chapter 20. Path analysis model for supply chain risk management ; Chapter 21. Towards a contingency model for assessing strategic information systems planning success in medium enterprises ; Chapter 22. Risk and governance considerations in cloud era ; Chapter 23. Stochastic processes for the risk management ; Chapter 24. Ownership, incentives and regulation of CCP risks ; Chapter 25. Assets management and risk control ; Chapter 26. Project selection frameworks and methodologies for reducing risks in project portfolio management -- Volume II. Chapter 27. Deriving a multi-theoretical framework for BPS research ; Chapter 28. Trusted cloud initiative reference architecture -- Section 3. Tools and technologies. Chapter 29. Enhancing organizational capacity through the use of social media ; Chapter 30. The operational risk assessments in manufacturing industry ; Chapter 31. Operational risk management in third party logistics (3PL) ; Chapter 32. Strategic tacit knowledge-based competitiveness ; Chapter 33. Project risk management process for professionals: a value-based approach ; Chapter 34. Easier identification of risks and uncertainties with project risk constellations ; Chapter 35. Fuzzy rules for risk assessment and contingency estimation within COCOMO software project planning model -- Section 4. Utilization and applications. Chapter 36. Risk management in agriculture: production and technical risk management ; Chapter 37. Knowledge sharing and IT/business partnership: an integrated view of risk management ; Chapter 38. Enterprise risk management in non-profit organization ; Chapter 39. Supply chain management practices, competitive advantage and organizational performance: a confirmatory factor model ; Chapter 40. Alignment of business strategy and information technology considering information technology governance, project portfolio control, and risk management ; Chapter 41. Contemporary financial risk management perceptions and practices of small-sized Chinese businesses ; Chapter 42. Using strategic planning to improve performance management and its impact on organizational success: a study of private sector in Iran ; Chapter 43. Implementing risk management processes into a cloud computing environment ; Chapter 44. An analytical study of methodologies and tools for enterprise information security risk management ; Chapter 45. Considering middle circles in mobile cloud computing: ethics and risk governance ; Chapter 46. Islamic Finance in India: financial regulations challenges and possible solutions ; Chapter 47. Strategic planning, cultural context, and business continuity management: business cases in the city of shkoder ; Chapter 48. Strategic information system planning in healthcare organizations ; Chapter 49. The role of information system within enterprise architecture and their impact on business performance ; Chapter 50. Towards a model of sustainability capabilities and competitive advantage: empirical evidence from India ; Chapter 51. Competitive advantage and automated sharing of tacit knowledge ; Chapter 52. Swimming upstream in turbulent waters: auditing agile development -- Volume III. Chapter 53. Supply risk management process: modeling enablers to develop a structural framework ; Chapter 54. E-banking in India: risk management in payments and settlement system ; Chapter 55. The roles of information technology and knowledge management in project management metrics ; Chapter 56. Applying enterprise risk management on a fiber board manufacturing industrial case -- Section 5. Organizational and social implications. Chapter 57. Improving objectivity in project risk management ; Chapter 58. An empirical take on qualitative and quantitative risk factors ; Chapter 59. Overcoming the barriers of strategic planning, implementation, and monitoring in turbulent business environment: a qualitative study on Finnish SMEs ; Chapter 60. The rigorous security risk management model: state of the art ; Chapter 61. Challenge or potential? risk identification in the context of sustainable development: a case study ; Chapter 62. Technique for risk identification of software acquisition and information technologies ; Chapter 63. The relationships among environmental turbulence and socio-technical risk factors affecting project risks and performance in NPD project teams ; Chapter 64. Sustainable competitive advantage in turbulent business environments using critical organizational capabilities and resources to manage complexity -- Section 6. Managerial impact. Chapter 65. Managing enterprise IT risks through automated security metrics ; Chapter 66. Sustainability, risk, and business intelligence in supply chains ; Chapter 67. Integration of project risk management (PRM) into enterprise risk management (ERM) ; Chapter 68. The effective approach of managing risk in new product development (NPD) ; Chapter 69. Risk and visibility in supply chains: an information management perspective ; Chapter 70. Project and risk management in a global context: the importance of cultural risk ; Chapter 71. Project portfolio risk management: managing risk in case of investment portfolio ; Chapter 72. Linking organization's strategy and strategic planning with portfolio management ; Chapter 73. Management of risk and resilience within collaborative business network ; Chapter 74. Educating project managers to deal with project risks: improvement of the educational programmes design by using curriculum management systems ; Chapter 75. Management of risks in sustainable supply chain using AHP and Monte Carlo Simulation -- Section 7. Emerging trends. Chapter 76. Influence of star bioscientists on obtaining venture capital for Canadian dedicated biotechnology firms ; Chapter 77. Migration goals and risk management in cloud computing: a review of state of the art and survey results on practitioners ; Chapter 78. Protection of critical homeland assets: using a proactive, adaptive security management driven process ; Chapter 79.

Coping better with the project's unknown unknowns: new competences for overcoming uncertainty in projects.
"This book is a comprehensive reference source for the latest scholarly material on the emergence of new ideas and opportunities in various markets and provides organizational leaders with the tools they need to take full advantage of those opportunities. Highlighting a range of pertinent topics such as market entry strategies, transnational organizations, and competitive advantage"-- Provided by publisher.


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As businesses seek to compete on a global stage, they must be constantly aware of pressures from all levels: regional, local, and worldwide. The organizations that can best build advantages in diverse environments achieve the greatest success. Global Business Expansion: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is a comprehensive reference source for the latest scholarly material on the emergence of new ideas and opportunities in various markets and provides organizational leaders with the tools they need to be successful. Highlighting a range of pertinent topics such as market entry strategies, transnational organizations, and competitive advantage, this multi-volume book is ideally designed for researchers, scholars, business executives and professionals, and graduate-level business students.

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