Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
His primary scientific interests are in Mergers and acquisitions, Knowledge management, Marketing, Post-merger integration and Public relations. The various areas that Shlomo Y. Tarba examines in his Mergers and acquisitions study include Management, Human resources, Industrial organization and Accounting. His work in the fields of Knowledge management, such as Knowledge transfer, Organizational learning and Knowledge Search, intersects with other areas such as Social media.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Organizational learning, Ambidexterity are connected with Competitive advantage and other disciplines. His Marketing research includes themes of Organizational culture and Process. His research integrates issues of Variety and Order in his study of Public relations.
Mergers and acquisitions, Knowledge management, Marketing, Public relations and Industrial organization are his primary areas of study. His study in Mergers and acquisitions is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Management, Organizational culture, Accounting and Process. His work on Ambidexterity and Knowledge transfer as part of his general Knowledge management study is frequently connected to Perspective and Business studies, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His study in the field of Strategic planning and Service is also linked to topics like Sample and Value creation. Shlomo Y. Tarba regularly ties together related areas like Human resource management in his Public relations studies. The concepts of his Industrial organization study are interwoven with issues in Emerging markets and Multinational corporation.
Shlomo Y. Tarba focuses on Knowledge management, Ambidexterity, International business, Emerging markets and Mergers and acquisitions. His work on Organizational performance as part of general Knowledge management research is frequently linked to Perspective, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Ambidexterity research includes elements of Asset and Public relations.
His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Face and Dynamics. His study on Emerging markets also encompasses disciplines like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Knowledge management, Ambidexterity, Perspective, Argument and Internationalization. Shlomo Y. Tarba combines subjects such as Management, Asset, Loyalty and Guanxi with his study of Knowledge management. His research ties Mergers and acquisitions and Ambidexterity together.
His Mergers and acquisitions research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Transformational leadership, Human resources, Distributed leadership, Shared leadership and Organizational performance. His studies deal with areas such as Tertiary sector of the economy and Service as well as Internationalization. Shlomo Y. Tarba has included themes like Agile software development and Process in his Conceptual framework study.
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Organizational Ambidexterity and Performance: A Meta-Analysis
Paulina Junni;Riikka M. Sarala;Vas Taras;Shlomo Y. Tarba.
Critical success factors through the Mergers and Acquisitions process:revealing pre- and post- M&A connections for improved performance
Emanuel Gomes;Duncan N. Angwin;Yaakov Weber;Shlomo Yedidia Tarba.
Knowledge transfer and cross-border acquisition performance: The impact of cultural distance and employee retention
Mohammad Faisal Ahammad;Shlomo Yedidia Tarba;Yipeng Liu;Keith W. Glaister.
A Sociocultural Perspective on Knowledge Transfer in Mergers and Acquisitions
Riikka Mirja Sarala;Paulina Junni;Cary L. Cooper;Shlomo Yedidia Tarba.
Human resource practices and performance of mergers and acquisitions in Israel
Yaakov Weber;Shlomo Yedidia Tarba.
Mergers and acquisitions: A review of phases, motives, and success factors
Rachel Calipha;Shlomo Tarba;David Brock.
Sociocultural Integration in Mergers and Acquisitions: Unresolved Paradoxes and Directions for Future Research
Gunter K Stahl;Duncan N Angwin;Philippe Very;Emmanuel Gomes.
The effect of leadership style on talent retention during Merger and Acquisition integration: evidence from China
Jiali Zhang;Mohammad Faisal Ahammad;Shlomo Tarba;Cary L. Cooper.
Mergers and acquisitions process: the use of corporate culture analysis
Yaakov Weber;Shlomo Yedidia Tarba.
Strategic Agility: A State of the Art Introduction to the Special Section on Strategic Agility:
Yaakov Weber;Shlomo Y. Tarba.
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