Handbook of Research on Organizational Sustainability in Turbulent Economies

  • 10h 47m
  • Andres Carvajal-Contreras, Carlos Salcedo-Perez, Rafael Ignacio Perez-Uribe
  • IGI Global
  • 2022

Organizational sustainability and uncertain economies are key topics for modern organizations. New, updated knowledge about such matters is necessary for companies to ensure they are sufficiently prepared for future crises. Additional research is required in this area as the overall amount of material available is below par.

The Handbook of Research on Organizational Sustainability in Turbulent Economies provides theoretical and practical evidence that demonstrates how the integration, adaptation, construction, and application of strategic models, methods, and tools can promote organizational sustainability for economies in situations of uncertainty. Covering topics such as work engagement and sustainable development goals, this major reference work is ideal for academicians, practitioners, policymakers, entrepreneurs, business owners, researchers, instructors, and students.

About the Author

Rafael Ignacio Perez-Uribe is a Doctor of Business Sciences, U. Nebrija. Diploma of Advanced Studies in applied economics, U. Nebrija. Master's Degree in Organizational Management, EAN University. Maître es Sciences, University of Quebec to Chicoutimi. Specialist in Evaluation and Construction of Management Indicators for Higher Education, School of Business Administration. Postgraduate Studies as Kenkyusei (Associate Researcher) in Total Quality Control and Quality Circles, Fukushima University, Japan. Business Administrator, Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano. Former Director (2005-2020) of the research group on the management of large, small and medium-sized enterprises (G3pymes) and Professor attached to the Management of Research of EAN University. Currently professor and researcher at the Santo Tomas, La Salle and UNAD Universities.

Carlos Salcedo-Pérez is a Doctor of Business Sciences with a master's degree in Economic Development and a bachelor's degree in Business Administration. University teacher for 15 years at the undergraduate, specialization, master's and doctorate levels. Expert and researcher on issues of management, marketing, economic development and sectoral modernization. Director of research line in marketing and advertising. Consultant of the Productive Transformation Program for the modernization of the Colombian graphic sector. Marketing research hotbed creation manager.

Andrés Carvajal-Contreras is an economic theorist, with emphasis in general equilibrium, financial economics and mathematical economics. Starting in January 2020, he will be Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Mathematical Economics. He was Co-Chair of the 2018 North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society, Co-Editor of the Canadian Journal of Economics and Associate Editor of the Journal of Mathematical Economics.

In this Book

  • Preface
  • Coaching as a Method to Develop Soft Skills in Human Talent Management—For Organizational Sustainability
  • Work Happiness in the Sustainability of Organizations
  • Authenticity, Humanistic Technology, and Artificial Intelligence—How to Use Them to Leverage Organizational Transformation in Order to Have Purposeful Corporations
  • Exploring Challenges and Opportunities for the Sustainability of Indian Information Technology
  • Methodology Oriented to the Sustainable Development Goals in the United Nations Agenda 2030
  • Organizational Sustainability—An Index From Macroeconomic Variables
  • Searching for Sustainability in the Generation of Knowledge—Reducing the Gap Between Academia and Business
  • Sustainable MSEs in Turbulent Environments Thanks to Innovation
  • EBITDA as a Key Indicator of Sustainability in Colombian Companies
  • Fostering Corporate Sustainability Through Formalization
  • Organization Theory as Applied to the Big Problems of the Marketing and Sustainability Industry
  • Importance of ICT for Perspective and Strategy in Education
  • Cultural and Creative Industries in a VUCA World—Learnings Between Business, Economics, and Arts
  • Negotiating Across Cultures—Insights for the 21st Century
  • Smart Tools for Tracing Organizational Competitive Behavior on Fast Decision Making
  • Pestel Analysis and the Porter’s Five Forces—An Integrated Model of Strategic Sectors
  • Why Are There Discrepancies in the Results of Entrepreneurial Orientation and Its Impact on a Firm’s Performance?—A Review of the Literature
  • Translating in Turbulent Times—Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis on the Language Service Industry in Colombia and Spain – Perspectives to Become Sustainable
  • The Impact of Technology on Sustainable MSEs in Turbulent Environments
  • Compilation of References