Managing The Evolution To A Digital Organization Culture: Mobile Telephony Industry In Ghana

Organizational culture and effective change are regarded as vital for organizationaltransformations including digital culture transformations.According to Henley (2021) adaptive cultures contribute positively to digitaltransformation. A McKinsey study by Goran, LaBerge and Srinivasan (2017) furtherhighlights that cultural and behavioral practices were rated as the highest and themost significant challenge to attain digital priorities in organizations. The governmentof Ghana has prioritized digital transformation as a critical national program fornational growth and development in partnership with the mobile telephony industry(MTI). According to the GhanaStatistical Services (2020), the Information & Communication sector which ispredominantly the mobile telephony industry (MTI), income growth contribution grewfrom 67.6% in quarter one of 2019 to 77.4% in quarter one of 2020. According to Parviainen et al. (2017), digitalization has been identified as one of the major trends changing society and business.

Leadership Culture As An Antecedent To Innovation: American Multinational Technology Subsidiaries In Ireland

Ireland is an innovation leader according to the Global Innovation Index, and is rated in the top ten consistently across all performance indicators since the report’s inception in 2007. Ireland’s economy is highly globalized (Brennan, 2022). According to the Irish Central Statistics Office, foreign direct investment comprises 288% of Ireland’s GDP1. In 2019, Ireland exceeded an unprecedented one trillion dollars of FDI. Despite the global COVID-19 pandemic, FDI into Ireland rose incrementally by 71 billion euros in 2020, with the technology sector showing particular resilience. The year 2021 continued to see FDI inflows. According to the Industrial Development Authority (IDA), Ireland remains an attractive location for multinational subsidiary operations despite raising its corporate tax rate from 12.5% to 15% in 2021. Ireland made this adjustment to align with the minimum European corporate tax rate proposed by the OECD as part of their inclusion framework. Ireland’s innovation capacity is cited as a critical strategic pillar attracting multinational investment. The United States is the largest investor in Ireland accounting for almost three-quarters of total FDI. Ireland’s overall innovation profile is healthy. However, studies concerning the understanding of contributing factors for this success appear limited.

Dr. Ntara Published by Emerald in the International Trade, Politics and Development Journal

Monarch Business School Switzerland is happy to announce that recent PhD graduate and faculty member, Dr. Caroline Ntara from Kenya, has published an article with the International Trade, Politics and Development Journal of Emerald Publishing. The article is entitled “The International Business Landscape: A look at paradigms, research gaps and new realities. The content of the article is a direct outcome of her dissertation work within the PhD program at Monarch.

BBA Program Full Scholarships Availability Ending Soon

We are happy to announce that the registration for the Bachelor in Business Administration September 2022 cohort is now open. Interested applicants may now submit their intention to attend the program. Registration will remain open until August 15th 2022.Applicants may choose from the paid tuition scheme or the full-scholarship stream.

Anastasiia Lutsenko Assumes Junior Research Fellow Position At Max Planck Institute For Innovation & Competition

Monarch Business School Switzerland is happy to announce that PhD Candidate Ms. Anastasiia Lutsenko has assumed the position of Junior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition. Her research focus is on innovation system resilience with emphasis on targetting the National Academy of Science of Ukraine. The research compliments her PhD study focus.

Prof. Ochis Completes The IMTA Teacher Training in Bled

It is a pleasure for Monarch Business School to announce that Prof. Dr. Karina Ochis recently completed the 2022 IMTA Teaching Academy through CEEMAN in Bled, Slovenia. Prof. Ochis represented the interests of Monarch Business School at CEEMAN together with representatives from European Business Schools and
discussed the future of management and education.

Female Entrepreneurship: A Case Study of American Female Entrepreneurs

Women-owned businesses in the United States have increased dramatically in numbers but remain only 19.9% of all businesses as of 2018. While many external factors play a role, such as lack of financial capital and inadequate support networks, there are personal factors that inhibit a woman from starting a business such as family obligations, lack of confidence and lack of exposure to entrepreneurial experience. Fear of failure is a commonly expressed reason as to why a woman decides against entrepreneurship. Additionally, women entrepreneurs are more likely to have higher levels of agreeableness and neuroticism which can affect their ability to negotiate and manage stress and anxiety.