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Exploring Effects of Organizational Culture upon Implementation of Information Security Awareness and Training Programs within the Defense Industry Located in the Tennessee Valley Region
Data breaches due to social engineering attacks and employee negligence are on the rise. The only known defense against social engineering attacks and employee negligence is information security awareness and training. ...
A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF INTRAPRENEURSHIP AS A CULTURAL FORM OF INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE COMPETIVE ADVANTAGE
Intrapreneurial activity within the firm varies within the contexts of employee perception and motivation. The problem explored in this study is to better understand complex internal workings of organizational dynamics, ...
Barriers to Mentoring Women of Color for Corporate Leadership: Implications for Organizations
Mentoring as a human capital development initiative is critical to leadership development for organizational sustainment. Previous research has identified that barriers to mentoring relationships for women of color in ...
Transforming Human Resource Management into a Dynamic Capability and the Effects on Employee Attraction and Retention
Employee attraction and retention remain one of the biggest difficulties faced by employers in the United States. One way for firms to combat this issue is through the creation of dynamic capabilities. Dynamic capabilities ...
Does Organizational Culture Serve as an Antecedent to the Dynamic Capability of an Automated Customer Relationship System as an Example of a Big Data Analytics Program in a Firm? A Case Study
This study seeks to determine if and how organizational culture can be an antecedent to the formation and exploitation of a dynamic capability at the firm level. This proposed study method is a holistic single case study ...