Implications for the Strategic Management
This book focuses on the discussion and analysis of theory and behavior in organizations in all industries and sectors worldwide. It analyzes the subject of business administration and highlights its evolution, which is closely linked to the frequent and far-reaching changes in the social, economic and technological settings in which it operates.
By way of introduction, a historical outline shows how technological progress has sparked profound changes in the economic, social and technological context, making organizations constantly evolving structures. On this basis, the book addresses knowledge management and organizational theories that consider knowledge and training to be companies’ most important resources for facing the substantial challenges posed by the current international context.
The book broadens readers’ understanding of the operating principles of business management and their awareness of the structure and implementation of various organizational models. As such, it will be of interest to scholars and professionals in the fields of strategic management and organizational behavior.
Marco Valeri received his PhD in Strategic Management and Organizational Behavior from "Tor Vergata" University (Italy). He is a Senior Lecturer in Organizational Behavior and Knowledge Management (Master Degree and Doctoral Course), Faculty of Economics, Niccolò Cusano University, Rome (Italy). He is Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Leisure Management, School of Hospitality, Tourism and Events, Taylor's University (Malaysia). His teaching and consultancy areas include strategic management, leadership development, hotel/lodging management, cross-cultural management, international hospitality management. He is member of several editorial boards of international tourism journals, reviewer and co-editor of several handbooks on entrepreneurship, tourism and hospitality management.