This book presents hidden champions in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and Turkey that have been studied as a joint project between CEEMAN and IEDC-Bled School of Management, Slovenia. This is an outcome of extensive research undertaken by over 30 researchers and covers 15 countries from Russia to Albania; covering many contexts, political systems, cultures and infrastructures. The reader is provided with a detailed introduction to the concept of hidden champions and describes the cases studied in this project. This book is an invaluable resource providing a culmination of interdisciplinary, cross-study chapters ranging from leadership to performance drivers; from organization to culture and governance; from innovativeness to sustainability and further to the financial aspects of hidden champions business models. These meta level chapters are followed by 15 country-specific chapters which provide an overview of each countryas history, economic indicators and vignettes of the cases involved in this study. ?Bled, Slovenia Danica Purg Glasgow, United Kingdom Peter McKiernan July 2013 ThiS is a FM Blank Page Contents The Context of. 1CEEMAN, the International Association for Management Development in Dynamic Societies, was established in 1993 ... Africa, and Asia, it has become a global association with its focus on management and leadership knowledge in dynamically developing societies.
|Title||:||Hidden Champions in CEE and Turkey|
|Author||:||Peter McKiernan, Danica Purg|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-12-11|