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Doctrine: Change in a system is necessary and inevitable for sustainability. And what is sustainability? Sustainability would be the...
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I have written extensively on creative, destructive, and disruptive technologies. As a matter of fact, our peer-review Journal of...
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Applying analytic techniques to large data sets, and using predictive modeling have rendered insights into: (a) how the organization’s goals...
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Beginning at the first half of the twentieth century, companies revisited the 1940’s strategy pioneered by Robert McNamara....
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Following this thread from the previous posting, it explicitly explained the historicity of the real estate industry from 1800’s...
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Modular changes to radical platforms were disruptive to technologies. This paper tends to explain that technological changes have had...
Phenomenon of Leadership Failure: An Exploration to Determine the Significance of Moral Action for a Sustainable Leadership ~Kenneth-Maxwell NanceEditor-In-Chief, , Collaborative Management, Disruptive Tech, Intelligent Machines, Leadership, Organisations, Organizational Culture, Prescriptive Analysis, 0
Abstract The cost of leadership failure is enormous when lives and livelihoods are at risk, contributing to the loss...
- Call for Papers – Special Issue June 30, 2022
- Call for Papers – December 2022 Issue
- Publications for Special Edition Issue, June, 2022
- Phenomenon of Leadership Failure: An Exploration to Determine the Significance of Moral Action for a Sustainable Leadership ~Kenneth-Maxwell Nance
- The Influence of Organizational Culture on the Adoption of ICT Innovation following Technological Disruption: Evidence from Kenyan ICT SMEs
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