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Baltic Journal of Management

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1746-5265

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1746-5273

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  • civil engineering, geodesy and transport (Engineering and Technology)
  • mechanical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • family studies (Family studies)
  • management and quality studies (Social studies)
  • international relations (Social studies)

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Year 2020
  • Technological capability dynamics through cluster organizations
    Publication

    - Baltic Journal of Management - Year 2020

    Purpose – The purpose of the paper is to portrait how members of cluster organizations (COs) perceive the role of COs in enabling them to accumulate technological capability (TC) significant for their innovation. Design/methodology/approach – The authors report the findings from their qualitative study based on an analysis of four COs. The organizational inertia and absorptive capacity (AC) theories are the theoretical underpinning...

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Year 2017
  • Intercultural interactions in multinational subsidiaries
    Publication
    • M. Rozkwitalska
    • M. Chmielecki
    • S. Przytula
    • L. Sulkowski
    • B. Basińska

    - Baltic Journal of Management - Year 2017

    Purpose - Our aim is to show how individuals perceive the quality of intercultural interactions at work in multinational subsidiaries, and to address the question of what actually prevails in their accounts, i.e. ‘the dark side’ or ‘the bright side’. Design/methodology/approach - We report the findings from five subsidiaries located in Poland and interviews with 68 employees of these companies. Findings - The ‘bright side’ dominated...

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Year 2015
  • Job satisfaction in the multicultural environment of multinational corporations
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    - Baltic Journal of Management - Year 2015

    Purpose – Since prior research into the effects of multiculturalism on job satisfaction in multinational corporations (MNCs) is rather scant and inconclusive, the authors attempt to review the literature and explain why these results are inconsistent as well as propose a new model aimed at responding to these irregularities. Design/methodology/approach – In the narrative review of the prior research and the proposed model the...

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Year 2006

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