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Crecimiento empresarial basado en la Responsabilidad Social
Aguilera Castro,Adriana; Puerto Becerra,Doria Patricia;
Pensamiento & Gestión , 2012,
Abstract: this article argues that corporate social responsibility acts as a key player that drives business growth. business growth is a variable that depends on many factors; corporate social responsibility is one of them, as it encourages any initiative that originates within the company, facilitating the positioning of your brand, renewing the corporate image, capturing preference and customer loyalty and promoting harmony between the company and the community in which it operates. in this context, corporate social responsibility enable business growth and significantly improving the reputation and credibility, and to achieve recognition with its stakeholders, especially when the commitment to the development of social responsibility strategy is perceived as thoughtful, ethical and spontaneous.
Sustainable growth rate in the strategic analysis of brewery industry
K. Daszyńska-?ygad?o,T. S?oński
AGRIS on-line Papers in Economics and Informatics , 2010,
Abstract: An analysis of sustainable growth rate could considerably improve an assessment of Strategic Business Unit’s potential. The sustainable growth rate analysis enabled us to compare a possible growth rate within the brewery industry with a growth rate that firms had achieved. To demonstrate this in more depth, we presented a case study of the brewery industry in Poland and Czech Republic.
Inova??o e o desempenho empresarial: lucro ou crescimento?
Brito, Eliane Pereira Zamith;Brito, Luiz Artur Ledur;Morganti, Fábio;
RAE eletr?nica , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-56482009000100007
Abstract: innovation is considered to be a fundamental factor when it comes to company performance. however, empirical evidence does not consistently support this relationship at the company level. in this work, secondary data, which was taken from the ibge's pintec database and which follows the oecd's definition of innovation, was used. this measure considers a broad spectrum of aspects of the innovation process. a sample of companies operating in the brazilian chemical sector was analyzed using the multiple linear regression technique. the results showed that there was no significant relationship between innovation indicators and profitability measures. on the other hand a positive and statistically significant relationship was found with growth in net revenues. the conclusion is that the innovation effort tends to affect growth more than it affects profitability. the discoveries both corroborate previous studies and contradict others.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – A STRATEGIC IMPERATIVE FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH
Filomina P. George
Lex et Scientia , 2007,
Abstract: In this era of competitiveness, business firms are under continued pressure to play a role in social issues as they strive to be good corporate citizens. Corporate have come to be harbingers on Social Responsibility. For many firms Social Responsibility is not just a philanthropic process but it has become a way of carrying out business process. Is it evolving as a strategic imperative for transforming firms to appear as socially responsible citizens in the interest of its sustained long term growth? How do Indian firms measure up? The paper discusses these issues with respect to select Indian companies.
Equity Incentive and Growth of Executives in Mixed Ownership Enterprises Listed Manufacturing Enterprises Based on State-Owned Holdings  [PDF]
Xinhong Wang, Huan Liang
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105309
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This paper takes the state-owned manufacturing mixed-ownership en-terprises as the research sample, selects the data from 2014-2016, and studies the relationship between executive equity incentives and corporate growth. Firstly, theoretical analysis is carried out according to the existing literature, and then empirical research is carried out by regression analysis on the basis of theoretical analysis. The research shows that: in the state-owned manufacturing industry, in mixed ownership enterprises, there is a positive correlation between executive equity incentives and corporate growth, but this correlation will be affected by equity concentration. Only when the ratio of the largest shareholder is in the range of 20% - 50%, the positive correlation between executive equity incentives and corporate growth is significant. The executive equity incentive policy has not significantly promoted the growth of the company in the enterprises with scattered equity or excessive concentration of equity. Based on this, it is proposed that enterprises should establish a reasonable executive equity incentive policy and further optimize the shareholding structure through the reform of state-owned enterprise mixed ownership.
Reputational Risk and impact assessment of Corporate Social Responsibility on Profitability and Growth of Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria
Daferighe, E. E.,Adedeji, S. B.
International Journal of Economic Development Research and Investment , 2010,
Abstract: The rationale for reputational risk management is to help companies put in place strategies to manage their reputation. This paper examines factors affecting corporate concerns about reputation and its impact on profitability and growth of the companies. Eight manufacturing companies whose historical data were available in Nigerian Capital Market for the period 2000-2006 were purposively selected for the study. The automated SPSS was used to test the simple regression models. However, it was discovered that Corporate Social Responsibility is not appropriate to predict both profitability and growth of Nigerian manufacturing firms though it indicates lack of commitment by companies to activities of social responsibility. It was recommended among others that government should therefore improve on the state of infrastructures to enhance growth of the manufacturing industry which will lead to increased activities of social responsibility.
Corporate Growth in Bulgarian Tourism Business
Gorcheva,Tania Vesselinova;
Revista Encontros Científicos - Tourism & Management Studies , 2009,
Abstract: the main task of this research is to create a model of coordination growth drivers in a firm?s operation. when looking for the source of growth in a firm the focus falls on the possibilities for sustainable development of tourism business. the theoretical model reflects the organization and operation of corporate business as regards determining factors from business environment and proves that the development of tourism business today is influenced by the sustainability concept. the empirical research of corporate growth in bulgarian tourism business is based on a survey and uses a mix of qualitative and quantitative methodologies to study the sustainability of corporate growth in tourism in bulgaria.
Dois motores do crescimento corporativo
Fleck, Denise L.;
Revista de Administra??o de Empresas , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-75902003000400002
Abstract: this paper advances the general structure of two motors in corporate growth processes. they are: the continuing growth motor, which comprises a process whereby growth produces more growth, and the co-evolution motor, relating the concomitant growth of parts and whole, such as firms (parts) and their industry (whole). the paper drew on chandler′s "the visible hand" (1977) to derive the proposed motors. chandler's book was thoroughly examined within mohr's (1982) process-oriented perspective seeking to answer the question "what is chandler's theory on how and why did the modern business enterprise (mbe) appear and grow?" four processes - mbe formation, mbe development, industry formation and industry development - were identified and described by means of chains of necessary relations (base on necessary conditions). although endowed with less predictive power than causal relations (based on necessary and sufficient conditions), necessary relations are likely to better describe the complexity of social processes. finally, the microcomputers industry growth was examined in the light of the proposed motors. the analysis revealed their adequacy to explain the emergence of modern industries, suggesting that the proposed motors are potentially transhistorical, contributing therefore to a general theory and to the management of corporate growth.
Archetypes of organizational success and failure
Fleck, Denise L.;
BAR. Brazilian Administration Review , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1807-76922009000200002
Abstract: this paper presents inductive theoretical work inspired by the empirical study of the high-tech rivals general electric and westinghouse. comparative historical analysis suggests that each firm's responses to five organizational challenges have affected their chances of enjoying long-term success. in addition, the theoretical work advances two polar ideal types of organizational success and failure: the self-perpetuating and the self-destructive archetypes, respectively. these should be seen as extreme states of the existence of firms since, in reality, firms operate in some intermediary state. a process-oriented perspective of theory building advances relations of necessity towards organizational long-term success, and integrates the responses to challenges into a requisites model for the development of a propensity for organizational self-perpetuation
Interplay of entrepreneur, government, and industry in the development of ventures: the case of emerging IT industry in Korea
Youngkeun Choi and JeongYeon Kim
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking , 2013, DOI: 10.1186/1687-1499-2013-49
Abstract: This article examines how an entrepreneur’s strategic choice influences corporate development leading to the initial public offering. The data come from Korean startups in information technology industry. We consider the dynamic interplay between an entrepreneur’s attributes and government’s institutional support as key factors. An empirical analysis of 615 listed companies shows that an entrepreneur’s attributes play a significant role in market entry especially in information technology industry which tends to have shorter lead time to the initial public offering. Government certification and venture capital investment also facilitated corporate growth toward the public company status.
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