Shlomo Tarba - Chair (Full Professor) of Strategy & International Business
Shlomo Tarba - Chair (Full Professor) of Strategy & International Business
Department of Strategy & IB, Business School, The University of Birmingham, UK
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TitleCited byYear
Organizational ambidexterity and performance: A meta-analysis
P Junni, RM Sarala, V Taras, SY Tarba
Academy of Management Perspectives 27 (4), 299-312, 2013
Critical success factors through the mergers and acquisitions process: revealing pre‐and post‐M&A connections for improved performance
E Gomes, DN Angwin, Y Weber, S Yedidia Tarba
Thunderbird international business review 55 (1), 13-35, 2013
Knowledge transfer and cross-border acquisition performance: The impact of cultural distance and employee retention
MF Ahammad, SY Tarba, Y Liu, KW Glaister
International business review 25 (1), 66-75, 2016
Human resource practices and performance of mergers and acquisitions in Israel
Y Weber, SY Tarba
Human resource Management review 20 (3), 203-211, 2010
Mergers, acquisitions and strategic alliances: Understanding the process
E Gomes, Y Weber, C Brown, SY Tarba
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2011
A sociocultural perspective on knowledge transfer in mergers and acquisitions
RM Sarala, P Junni, CL Cooper, SY Tarba
Journal of management 42 (5), 1230-1249, 2016
Sociocultural integration in mergers and acquisitions: Unresolved paradoxes and directions for future research
GK Stahl, DN Angwin, P Very, E Gomes, Y Weber, SY Tarba, ...
Thunderbird International Business Review 55 (4), 333-356, 2013
Mergers and acquisitions: a review of phases, motives, and success factors
R Calipha, S Tarba, D Brock
Advances in mergers and acquisitions, 1-24, 2010
Tomato leaf curl virus from Bangalore (ToLCV-Ban4): sequence comparison with Indian ToLCV isolates, detection in plants and insects, and vector relationships
V Muniyappa, HM Venkatesh, HK Ramappa, RS Kulkarni, M Zeidan, ...
Archives of Virology 145 (8), 1583-1598, 2000
A model of the influence of culture on integration approaches and international mergers and acquisitions performance
Y Weber, SY Tarba, A Reichel
International Studies of Management & Organization 41 (3), 9-24, 2011
Strategic agility: A state of the art introduction to the special section on strategic agility
Y Weber, SY Tarba
California Management Review 56 (3), 5-12, 2014
International mergers and acquisitions performance revisited–the role of cultural distance and post
Y Weber, S Yedidia Tarba, A Reichel
Advances in mergers and acquisitions, 1-17, 2009
Mergers and acquisitions performance paradox: the mediating role of integration approach
Y Weber, SY Tarba, ZR Bachar
European journal of international management 5 (4), 373-393, 2011
The effect of leadership style on talent retention during merger and acquisition integration: Evidence from China
J Zhang, MF Ahammad, S Tarba, CL Cooper, KW Glaister, J Wang
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 26 (7), 1021-1050, 2015
A comprehensive guide to mergers & acquisitions: Managing the critical success factors across every stage of the M&A process
C Weber, Yaakov, Tarba, S.Y., and Oberg
Pearson & Financial Times Press, 2013
Intercultural influences on managing African employees of Chinese firms in Africa: Chinese managers’ HRM practices
Y Xing, Y Liu, SY Tarba, CL Cooper
International Business Review 25 (1), 28-41, 2016
Guest editors’ introduction: The role of human resources and organizational factors in ambidexterity
P Junni, RM Sarala, SY Tarba, Y Liu, CL Cooper
Human Resource Management 54 (S1), s1-s28, 2015
The role of strategic agility in acquisitions
P Junni, RM Sarala, SY Tarba, Y Weber
British Journal of Management 26 (4), 596-616, 2015
Exploring integration approach in related mergers: Post-merger integration in the high-tech industry
Y Weber, S Tarba
International Journal of Organizational Analysis 19 (3), 202-221, 2011
Unmasking integration challenges: The case of Biogal's acquisition by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries
T Almor, SY Tarba, H Benjamini
International Studies of Management & Organization 39 (3), 32-52, 2009
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