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  • Fuller-Love, Nerys; Rhodes, Mark (2004)
    This paper examines the effect of competition in postal services in the UK and its impact on Royal Mail, particularly on the management and strategies it has implemented to make itself more competitive. There has been much ...
  • Fuller-Love, Nerys; Rhodes, Mark (2008-11-07)
    This paper examines the effect of competition in postal services in the UK and its impact on Royal Mail, particularly on the management and strategies it has implemented to make itself more competitive. There has been much ...
  • Damanhouri, Amal Mohammed Sheikh (Aberystwyth UniversityManagement and Business, 2002)
    This study investigates Total Quality Management in the Ministry of Health hospitals in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia as a method of continuous improvement in health services. The objective of the study is to determine the concept ...
  • Fuller-Love, Nerys (2008-01-01)
    This paper examines the culture clash at Rover when BMW took over the company from British Aerospace. Research has shown that the globalisation of business across national and cultural boundaries has resulted in some ...
  • Dowell, David John; Dawson, Christopher George; Fuller-Love, Nerys; Hopkins, Benjamin Arthur (2012)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to use a marketing segmentation approach based upon attitudes and perceptions of centrality, trust, communication, conflict resolution, benefits and satisfaction to create a typology ...
  • Fuller-Love, Nerys; Midmore, Peter Raymond; Thomas, Dennis Aubrey; Henley, Andrew Gordon (2006-12)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to advocate the use of scenario analysis to develop foresight for the improvement of policies supporting rural entrepreneurship and illustrate the approach with an application in Mid ...
  • Dawson, Chris; Fuller-Love, Nerys; Sinnot, Eileen; O'Gorman, W. (2011-11)
    This paper looks at perceptions of entrepreneurial networks and the gender differences in networking. Women's networks tend to be more limited and to focus on family and friends, whereas male entrepreneurs generally have ...
  • Fuller-Love, Nerys; Midmore, Peter; Thomas, Dennis; Henley, Andrew (2006-04)
    The scenario approach to developing foresight, to improve policies supporting rural economic development, is discussed and illustrated with an application in the Mid Wales region of the United Kingdom, which displays ...
  • Fuller-Love, Nerys (2009-09-01)
    This paper examines the formal and informal networks in small businesses in the media industry. Networks are important to small firms and are an integral part of the structure of the media industry. Technological changes ...
  • Prytherch, Anna Lyn; Sinnott, Eileen; Howells, Anne Elizabeth; Fuller-Love, Nerys; O'Gorman, Bill (2012-01-01)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to establish whether different gender groups develop in similar or dissimilar ways to conventional group formation patterns. Focussing primarily on Tuckman's model of group development, ...
  • Carr, James Bernard; Fuller-Love, Nerys (2011-11-01)
    Halen Môn is a family business in Anglesey, North Wales that began life in a saucepan of seawater on the Aga in the family kitchen. Today Halen Môn supplies Marks and Spencer, Waitrose and Harvey Nichols in the UK and their ...
  • Ogechukwu, Obokoh Lawrence (Aberystwyth University, 2009)
    This thesis investigated the combined effects of Trade and Financial market liberalisation on the development and survival of manufacturing small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria. This came after the ...
  • Ekeke, Hamilton Ekemena (Aberystwyth UniversityManagement and Business, 2011-01)
    This study investigates how knowledge is transferred in the Nigerian public service, the features of its bureaucratic culture, as well as, the effects that this culture has on knowledge transfer. The motivation to undertake ...
  • Fuller-Love, Nerys (2008-11-07)
    This paper is a review of the literature concerning management development in small firms. It looks at the benefits in terms of growing a small firm and whether the lack of management skills contributes to their failure. ...
  • Thomas, Esyllt; Fuller-Love, Nerys (2005)
    The theories of networks have become more popular in recent years when discussing business structures. It can be said that co-operation is seen as a theory that plays an important role in the survival of many small and ...
  • Brett, Valerie; Mullally, Martina; O'Gorman, Bill; Fuller-Love, Nerys (2012-07-18)
    Developing sustainable learning networks for entrepreneurs is the core objective of the Sustainable Learning Networks in Ireland and Wales (SLNIW) project. One research team drawn from the Centre for Enterprise Development ...
  • Tynan, Margaret; Thomas, Dennis Aubrey; Durand, Margaret; O'Gorman, Bill; Fuller-Love, Nerys (2009-07-01)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to outline the authors' experiences of designing and implementing an enterprise development programme for female entrepreneurs. The programme targets those women who already have a ...

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