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|Title:||How to create, develop and sustain an organization? The TIES model|
|Authors:||Carvalho, João M. S.|
|Citation:||Carvalho, J. M. S. (2018). How to create, develop and sustain an organization? The TIES model. In G. L. Jamil, J. J. P. Ferreira, M. Pinto, Pessoa, C., & A. Xavier (Eds.), Handbook of Strategic Innovation Management for Improved Competitive Advantage (pp. 539-564). IGI Global. 10.4018/978-1-5225-3012-1. Repositório Institucional UPT, http://hdl.handle.net/11328/4016|
|Abstract:||This chapter provides a summarized and objective review of the relationships among market orientation, innovation, entrepreneurship, business models, creation of value, and sustainability to help an entrepreneur in the process of creating, developing, and sustaining any type of organization. The methodology follows a theorizing approach based on many empirical and theoretical studies on these subjects. It presents a new model—targeting innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainability (TIES)—based on previous developed models and using an integrative approach. It pretends to be a strategic systematization of what makes an organization successful. This type of conceptual analysis can be an opportunity to bring together aspects related to our common future, namely a new economic development that encompasses the evolution of peoples’ needs towards a societal wellbeing with reduced social exclusion, a healthier planet, and a more balanced psychological sustainability.|
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