Special Issue: Transformation

SBUR Volume 75, Issue 3, September 2023

Folgende Beiträge sind online und open access in SBUR Volume 75, Issue 3, September 2023 verfügbar: 

Editorial: Transformation: Challenges, Impact, and Consequences
Marina Fiedler, Thomas Hutzschenreuter, Martin Klarmann & Barbara E. Weißenberger

To Seek Program Accreditation, Innovation, or Both?—Examining the Interdependencies in High-Reliability Health Care Organizations
Tim Brand, Eva Goetjes & Katharina Blankart

Data or Business First?—Manufacturers’ Transformation Toward Data-driven Business Models
Bastian Stahl, Björn Häckel, Daniel Leuthe & Christian Ritter 

What Takes the Wind out of Their Sails? A Micro-Foundational Perspective of Challenges for Building Dynamic Capabilities Towards Digital Business Model Innovation
Daliborka Witschel, Julian Marius Müller & Kai-Ingo Voigt

Development of a Motivation–Trust–Vulnerability (MTV) Framework for Cross-Border Online Shopping: A Cross-National Application to Chinese and German Consumers
Gerhard Wagner, Anne Fota, Hanna Schramm-Klein & Sascha Steinmann

The Influence of ESG Ratings On Idiosyncratic Stock Risk: The Unrated, the Good, the Bad, and the Sinners
Matthias Horn

Ebenfalls Teil des Special Issue on Transformation ist der bereits in Vol. 75, Heft 2, Juni 2023, erschienene Beitrag von Peter Kesting: (Ex)Change of Routines: An Action-Based Microfoundation

Special Issue: Resilience

SBUR Vol. 74, Issue 4, December 2022 erschienen

Wir freuen uns über die Veröffentlichung des SBUR Special Issue Resilience im Dezember 2022, herausgegeben von Tine Buyl (Tilburg University), Thomas Gehrig (Universität Wien), Jonas Schreyögg (Universität Hamburg) und Andreas Wieland (Copenhagen Business School) 

Folgende Beiträge sind online und open access in SBUR Volume 74, issue 4, December 2022 verfügbar: 

Resilience: A Critical Appraisal of the State of Research for Business and Society
Tine Buyl, Thomas Gehrig, Jonas Schreyögg, Andreas Wieland

Why Resilience in Health Care Systems is More than Coping with Disasters: Implications for Health Care Policy
Doris Behrens, Marion S. Rauner, Margit Sommersguter-Reichmann

Coping with COVID-19 – Which Resilience Mechanisms Enabled Austrian Nonprofit Organizations to Weather the Pandemic Storm?
Sandra Stötzer, Katharina Kaltenbrunner, Birgit G., Sebastian Martin

No Resilience Without Partners: A Case Study on German Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in the Context of COVID-19
Anna Trunk, Dr. Hendrik Birkel

Development of a Business Model Resilience Framework for Managers and Strategic Decision-makers
Marija Radic, Philipp Herrmann, Peter Haberland, Carla Riese

How the Design of an Organizational Context Helps to Attain Contextual Ambidexterity
Klaus Möller, Flavia S., Theresa Maria Seehofer, Philipp Wenig

Leading in the Paradoxical World of Crises: How Leaders Navigate Through Crises
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Charlotte Förster, Caroline Paparella, Dr. Stephanie Duchek, Wolfgang H. Güttel

A CEO’s Future Temporal Depth and Organizational Resilience
Maximilian Weis, Patricia Klarner

Using Storytelling to Promote Organizational Resilience: An Experimental Study of Different Forms of Risk Communication
Andrea Kampmann, Burkhard Pedell

A Friend in Need Is a Friend Indeed? Analysis of the Willingness to Share Self-Produced Electricity During a Long-lasting Power Outage
Konstantin Kurz, Carolin Bock, Michele Knodt, Anna Stöckl

Improving Resilience in Times of Multiple Crisis
Andreas Pinkwart, Gideon Schingen, Anna-Tina Pannes, Dirk Schlotböller

Das dritte Heft der SBUR ist frisch erschienen

SBUR Vol. 74, Issue 3, September 2022

SBUR Volume 74, Issue 3, September 2022

Publication Behavior in Different Fields of Business Administration: From Anecdotal to Empirical Evidence
Mario Fernandes & Andreas Walter

Curbing Discriminating Human Resource Practices - A Microfounded Perspective
Jennifer Kunz & Laura Michele Ludwig

A Contextualized Acceptance Model for Proactive Smart Services
Valerie Graf-Drasch, Maximilian Röglinger, Annette Wenninger & Sabiölla Hosseini

Alternative Performance Measures: A Structured Literature Review of Research in Academic and Professional Journals
Sascha B. Herr, Peter Lorson & Jochen Pilhofer