In recent years there has been a proliferation of and new and varied Chief X Officer roles, where X stands for sustainability, communication, digital, or many alternatives. This book examines the emergence of these positions and evolving ways in which power at the apex of complex organizations is structured through roles and relationships.
This book examines the organization of informal workers across the globe, and the differing degrees to which they vary. The reality of informal work described in this book is supported by surveys in 60 countries, over 150 interviews with informal workers in Latin America, ethnographic data, and administrative data.
Strategic Management provides a critical overview of the prior development, current state, and future opportunities in the strategic management field. Editors Irene M. Duhaime, Michael A. Hitt, and Marjorie A.
Jose Antonio (Professor of Professional Practice in International and Public Affairs, Professor of Professional Practice in International and Public Affairs, Columbia University) Ocampo & Jose Antonio (Professor of Applied Economics, Professor of Applied Economics, Universidad Complutense de Madrid) Alonso
Misener, Laura (University of Western Ontario, Canada) & Lock, Daniel (Bournemouth University, UK) & Frawley, Stephen (University of Technology Sydney, Australia) & Schulenkorf, Nico (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)