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Title: Managerial Values and Organizational Identities in the Developing World: An Introduction to the Special Issue
Authors: Pant, Anirvan
Ojha, Abhoy Kumar
Keywords: Aspiration
Developing countries
Managerial values
Organizational identities
Values work
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: SCOPUS
Journal of Human Values
Sage Publications India Pvt. Ltd
Series/Report no.: 23(1)
Abstract: Managerial values are abstract ideals that act as guiding principles for managing enterprises. Organizational identities connote the central, enduring, and distinctive features of an organization's self-definition. There is a need to examine how and which managerial values are acted upon within developing country enterprises and how these values are reflected, projected, or disguised in the organizational identities of these enterprises. This special issue pays particular attention to how organizational identities respond to conflicting managerial values in the developing world, how values work enables enterprises to adapt to environmental change, and the relationship between organizational aspiration and positive identities in developing world enterprises. © 2017 Management Centre for Human Values. SAGE Publications.
Description: Pant, Anirvan, IIM Calcutta, Diamond Harbour Road, Joka, Kolkata, West Bengal, 700 104, India; Ojha, Abhoy Kumar, IIM Bangalore, Bannerghatta Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
ISSN/ISBN - 9716858
DOI - 10.1177/0971685816677441
Appears in Collections:Strategic Management

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