Azaddin Salem Khalifa
Azaddin Salem Khalifa
Associate Professor of Strategic Management, University of Sharjah, UAE
Verified email at sharjah.ac.ae
TitleCited byYear
Customer value: a review of recent literature and an integrative configuration
AS Khalifa
Management decision, 2004
9762004
A customized measure of service quality in the UAE
N Jabnoun, A Khalifa
Managing Service Quality: An International Journal, 2005
2372005
Environmental uncertainty, strategic orientation, and quality management: a contingency model
N Jabnoun, A Khalifah, A Yusuf
Quality Management Journal 10 (4), 17-31, 2003
942003
Mission, purpose, and ambition: redefining the mission statement
AS Khalifa
Journal of Strategy and Management, 2012
452012
Three Fs for the mission statement: what's next?
AS Khalifa
Journal of Strategy and Management, 2011
412011
The “strategy frame” and the four Es of strategy drivers
AS Khalifa
Management Decision, 2008
362008
The multidimensional nature and purpose of business in Islam, accounting, commerce & finance
AS Kaliffa
The Islamic Perspective Journal 7 (1&2), 1-26, 2003
262003
Towards an Islamic foundation of strategic business management
AS Khalifa
IIUM press, 2001
232001
Rethinking the current dominant approach to business school strategy
AS Khalifa
European Business Review 22 (6), 591-607, 2010
192010
Student‐as‐aspirant: strategic implications for business education
AS Khalifa
European Business Review, 2009
192009
The Multidimensional Nature and Purpose of Business in Islam
AS Kaliffa
The Islamic Perspective Journal 7 (1&2), 1-26, 2003
132003
Drawing on students' evaluation to draw a strategy canvas for a business school
AS Khalifa
International Journal of Educational Management, 2009
102009
Strategy: restoring the lost meaning
AS Khalifa
Journal of Strategy and Management, 2019
2019
Incorporating Conflict Into Scenario Building Process: An Outline of a Game-theoretic Approach
AS Khalifa, PG Bennett
Strathclyde Business School, University of Strathclyde, 1994
1994
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