Nuttaneeya (Ann) Torugsa
Nuttaneeya (Ann) Torugsa
Mahidol University (Thailand), and University of Tasmania (Australia)
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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Capabilities, Proactive CSR and Financial Performance in SMEs: Empirical Evidence from an Australian Manufacturing Industry Sector
NA Torugsa, W O’Donohue, R Hecker
Journal of Business Ethics 109 (4), 483-500, 2012
3392012
Proactive CSR: An empirical analysis of the role of its economic, social and environmental dimensions on the association between capabilities and performance
NA Torugsa, W O’Donohue, R Hecker
Journal of Business Ethics 115 (2), 383-402, 2013
2562013
The moderating effect of ‘Green’HRM on the association between proactive environmental management and financial performance in small firms
W O'Donohue, N Torugsa
The international journal of human resource management 27 (2), 239-261, 2016
922016
Complexity of innovation in the public sector: A workgroup-level analysis of related factors and outcomes
N Torugsa, A Arundel
Public Management Review 18 (3), 392-416, 2016
822016
Rethinking the effect of risk aversion on the benefits of service innovations in public administration agencies
NA Torugsa, A Arundel
Research Policy 46 (5), 900-910, 2017
472017
The nature and incidence of workgroup innovation in the Australian public sector: evidence from the Australian 2011 state of the service survey
N Torugsa, A Arundel
Australian Journal of Public Administration 75 (2), 202-221, 2016
442016
Progress in innovation and knowledge management research: From incremental to transformative innovation
NA Torugsa, W O’Donohue
Journal of Business Research 69 (5), 1610-1614, 2016
322016
Exploring innovation success recipes in low-technology firms using fuzzy-set QCA
FM Reichert, NA Torugsa, PA Zawislak, A Arundel
Journal of Business Research 69 (11), 5437-5441, 2016
292016
Understanding individual responses to failure by the organisation to fulfil its obligations: Examining the influence of psychological capital and psychological contract type
W O'Donohue, A Martin, N Torugsa
Human Resource Management Journal 25 (1), 131-147, 2015
212015
How firm managers understand innovation: implications for the design of innovation surveys
A Arundel, K O’Brien, A Torugsa
Handbook of innovation indicators and measurement, 2013
152013
Private–Public Collaboration And Innovation Performance: Does Training Matter?
NA Torugsa, A Arundel
International Journal of Innovation Management (ijim) 17 (03), 1-20, 2013
132013
Leaping into real-world relevance: an ‘abduction’proves for nonprofit research
R Taylor, N Torugsa, A Arundel
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, ., 2017
112017
O‟ Donohue, W., & Hecker, R.(2012). Capabilities, proactive CSR and financial performance in SMEs: Empirical evidence from an Australian manufacturing industry sector
NA Torugsa
Journal of Business Ethics 109 (4), 483-500, 0
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Innovation in difficult times: results of the 2010 Tasmanian innovation census (pp. 42)
A Arundel, N Torugsa, OB KR
Hobart, Tasmania: Australian Innovation Research Centre, 2012
62012
Inter-Firm Collaboration And Innovation Performance For New-To-Market Products—The Moderating Role Of Technological And Skills-Related Knowledge Assets
NA Torugsa, A Arundel, W O’donohue
International Journal of Innovation Management 20 (06), 1650050, 2016
52016
Exploring social customer relationship management in Australian small and medium enterprises
K Yawised, N Torugsa, W O'Donohue
International Journal of Globalisation and Small Business 9 (4), 222-251, 2017
42017
The role of responsible HRM practices and a culture-related capability on the CSR-performance association: A small firm perspective
W O’Donohue, NA Torugsa
Work organization and human resource management, 1-25, 2014
42014
Strategic Capabilities for Successful Engagement in Proactive CSR in Small and Medium Enterprises: A Resource‐Based View Approach
N Torugsa, W O'Donohue
Management and engineering innovation, 37-68, 2013
42013
Patterns of Collaboration for Innovation amongst Innovating Firms in Tasmania
N Torugsa
4*2011
An exploration of the factors influencing social CRM adoption: Evidence from Australian firms
K Yawised, N Torugsa
Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review 10 (1), 24-31, 2014
32014
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