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Author: Pooran Wynarczyk,David Storey,Helen Short,Kevi Keasey
ISBN13: 978-0415100229
Title: Managerial Labour Markets in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (Small Business)
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Language: English
Category: Management and Leadership
Publisher: Routledge (December 1, 1993)
Pages: 352

Managerial Labour Markets in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (Small Business) by Pooran Wynarczyk,David Storey,Helen Short,Kevi Keasey



by Pooran Wynarczyk, Robert Watson, David J. Storey, Helen Short, Kevin Keasey. In what respects do the managerial backgrounds and aspirations of the founders of fast-growth small firms differ from those of non-fast-growth small firms? How is the process of growth managed? What incentives, remuneration packages and communication systems are instituted?

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Wynarczyk, Pooran, 1951-. Uniform Title: Routledge small business series. Rubrics: Small business Management. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

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ISBN13: 9780415100229. Any successful business depends on the quality of its management team. But for a very small firm the relationship between management and economic performance is often more visible. Understanding the workings of this relationship can be difficult, particularly when studying small firms that have become highly successful in a short space of time, so developing more complex management structures.

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by Pooran Wynarczyk, Robert Watson, David J Storey, Helen Short, Kevin Keasey.

Any successful business depends on the quality of its management team. But for a very small firm the relationship between management and economic performance is often more visible. Understanding the workings of this relationship can be difficult, particularly when studying small firms that have become highly successful in a short space of time, so developing more complex management structures. This study offers a systematic analysis of this important labour market, drawing on themes of organizational behaviour, strategy and leadership and addresses the public policy issue - "the people gap". By exploring aspects of ownership, motivation, promotion, incentives and training, this study discusses how these issues have very different implications when related to the context of small firms rather than that of large firms. A central question posed is how far economic performance is likely to be affected by these different patterns of ownership, organizational and management structures.