His main research concerns Botany, Strategic management, Chlorophyll, Strategic group and Senescence. His research in Strategic management intersects with topics in Risk return, Empirical research, Management science and Risk–return spectrum. His Chlorophyll research includes elements of Sorghum, Biochemistry, Carotenoid, Metabolic pathway and Pigment.
His Strategic group study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Competitive advantage and Strategic planning. His study looks at the relationship between Senescence and fields such as Gene, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Howard Thomas has researched Marketing in several fields, including Social constructionism, Industrial organization and Pharmaceutical industry.
Howard Thomas mainly focuses on Botany, Strategic management, Strategic planning, Management science and Management. His works in Chlorophyll, Festuca pratensis, Lolium temulentum, Photosynthesis and Poaceae are all subjects of inquiry into Botany. His Chlorophyll study incorporates themes from Chloroplast, Senescence and Biochemistry.
Strategic management is a primary field of his research addressed under Marketing. Much of his study explores Marketing relationship to Industrial organization. His Management study frequently involves adjacent topics like Public relations.
Howard Thomas focuses on Public relations, Business education, Knowledge management, Management and Executive education. His study in Public relations is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Field, Curriculum and Value. In his study, Strategic management is strongly linked to Competition, which falls under the umbrella field of Field.
His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Strategic planning and Human capital. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Human capital, Industrial organization is strongly linked to Global strategy. His Management research integrates issues from Globalization and Distance education.
His primary areas of study are Public relations, Business education, Executive education, New business development and Business model. The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Strategic human resource planning, Knowledge management, Management, Value and Field. His study in Business history and Competitive advantage is carried out as part of his Management studies.
His research investigates the connection with Executive education and areas like Philosophy of business which intersect with concerns in Business analysis and Business relationship management. His research integrates issues of Globalization and Curriculum in his study of Business model. Electronic business is the subject of his research, which falls under Marketing.
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COMPETITIVE GROUPS AS COGNITIVE COMMUNITIES: THE CASE OF SCOTTISH KNITWEAR MANUFACTURERS*
Joseph F. Porac;Howard Thomas;Charles Baden-Fuller.
Journal of Management Studies (1989)
Strategic Groups: Theory, Research and Taxonomy
John McGee;Howard Thomas.
Strategic Management Journal (1986)
Rivalry and the Industry Model of Scottish Knitwear Producers
Joseph F. Porac;Howard Thomas;Fiona Wilson;Douglas Paton.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1995)
Toward a Contingency Model of Strategic Risk Taking
Inga Skromme Baird;Howard Thomas.
Academy of Management Review (1985)
Taxonomic Mental Models in Competitor Definition
Joseph F. Porac;Howard Thomas.
Academy of Management Review (1990)
DIVERSITY, DIVERSIFICATION, AND PROFITABILITY AMONG BRITISH MANUFACTURING COMPANIES, 1972-84
Robert M. Grant;Azar P. Jammine;Howard Thomas.
Academy of Management Journal (1988)
Attitudes Toward Risk and The Risk–Return Paradox: Prospect Theory Explanations
Avi Fiegenbaum;Howard Thomas.
Academy of Management Journal (1988)
Five ways to stay green.
Howard Thomas;Catherine J. Howarth.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2000)
The structure and evolution of the strategic management field: A content analysis of 26 years of strategic management research
Olivier Furrer;Howard Thomas;Anna Goussevskaia.
International Journal of Management Reviews (2008)
STRATEGIC RENEWAL AND THE INTERACTION OF CUMULATIVE STRESS AND INERTIA
James O. Huff;Anne S. Huff;Howard Thomas.
Strategic Management Journal (1992)
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