Organization and disorganization topics are examined through the prism of post-9/11 security concerns.
One research paper is on hospital planning for weapons of mass destruction incidents.
This was chiefly sparked by Prahalad’s The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid (2006).
The multifaceted dimensions of this movement are addressed in a research paper in this section.
New forms of labor relations are evolving given the robust positioning of competition, both domestic and international, of nonunion and low-wage enterprises.
One research paper looks at directions in labor relations with a focus on what they might be in 2025.
How companies’ boundaries blur in the integrated and globalized context in the age of e-business is one of the focal research paper topics.
This is followed by improving supply chain information velocity, product customization, and cost through extended enterprise applications.
The part of our collection of research papers on Sustainability and the Natural Environment, begins with a research paper on Sustainable Organizations for the 21st Century.
It is followed by a research paper explaining why firms comply or do not comply with environmental regulations.