C. Anthony Di Benedetto

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REVISITING THE MILES AND SNOW STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK: UNCOVERING INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN STRATEGIC TYPES, CAPABILITIES, ENVIRONMENTAL UNCERTAINTY, AND FIRM PERFORMANCE WAYNE S. DESARBO,* C. ANTHONY DI BENEDETTO, MICHAEL SONG and INDRAJIT SINHA 1 Smeal College of Business Administration, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 2(More)
Our study investigated the effect of team knowledge on new product development (NPD). By investigating 207 NPD projects, we found that the declarative and procedural knowledge of the team and their use of IT had a positive influence on the team’s knowledge base; and that the higher the functional diversity of the project team, the greater their overall(More)
Miles and Snow (1978) originally envisioned strategy as an agglomeration of decisions by which a firm group or strategic business unit (SBU) aligns itself with its environment. Accordingly, these authors conceptualized a classification of “strategic types” based on SBUs’ patterns of decisions into the now familiar Prospector-AnalyzerDefender-Reactor(More)