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  • Dynamic capability in action at PharmaCorp 

    Hilliard, Rachel (Tilde University Press, 2012)
    PharmaCorp is a subsidiary of one of Japan's largest pharmaceutical companies, employing 60 people in its Dublin bulk pharmaceutical manufacturing plant. The plant makes the active ingredients for four products, supplying ...
  • Environmental performance and practice across sectors: methodology and preliminary results 

    Hilliard, Rachel; Parker, Valerie (2011)
    This paper introduces a new methodology for measuring and modeling manufacturers' environmental performance and the managerial and technological practices that affect it. Facility level licensing data are used to develop ...
  • Governance and Institutional Change in Ireland 

    Hilliard, Rachel; Green, Roy (OECD, 2005)
    An innovation driven policy agenda has emerged in Ireland against a backdrop of remarkable economic growth and convergence. Policy makers now recognise that convergence in innovative performance will also be required ...
  • A Journey Towards Becoming a Learning Organisation: Crann Iorrais Teoranta 

    Tallott, M; McCarthy, Alma; Hilliard, Rachel (Tilde University Press, 2012)
    Crann Iorrais Teoranta (CIT) was established in 1987 in Co Mayo in Ireland as a forestry company engaged in a wide range of forestry-based activities for the private, commercial and semi-state sectors throughout Ireland. ...
  • LotusWorks 

    Cunningham, James; Hilliard, Rachel (Orpen Press, 2010)
    Key issues facing LotusWorks are how to double turnover within four years, increase the company's global impact and ensure that the appropriate management structures and employee talents are in place for LotusWorks to ...
  • Regional Aspects of Environmental Regulation: The Case of the Irish Pharmaceutical Sector 

    Hilliard, Rachel; Jacobson, David (Liffey Press, 2003)
    This chapter develops a broader than conventional understanding of regional policy that takes into consideration the functionally and sectorally specific effects of local institutions and policies. It does this through an ...