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Existing Knowledge, Knowledge Creation Capability, and the Rate of New Product Introduction in High-Technology Firms
A field study of top management teams and knowledge workers from 72 technology firms demonstrated that the rate of new product and service introduction was a function of organization members’ abilityExpand
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Entrepreneurial Motivation
Recent research on entrepreneurship has focused largely on macro-level environmental forces. Although researchers adopting this focus have rightly criticized much of the existing empirical researchExpand
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Strategic Human Resource Practices, Top Management Team Social Networks, and Firm Performance: The Role of Human Resource Practices in Creating Organizational Competitive Advantage
In this article, we begin to explore the black box between human resources (HR) practices and firm performance. Specifically, we examine the relationships between a set of network-building HRExpand
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The relationship between early recruitment-related activities and the application decisions of new labor-market entrants: a brand equity approach to recruitment.
Theory and research from the marketing literature on customer-based brand equity were used to predict how positive exposure to 4 early recruitment-related activities-publicity, sponsorships,Expand
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The interactive effects of recruitment practices and product awareness on job seekers' employer knowledge and application behaviors.
In this article, the author draws on research from the literature on marketing and recruitment to identify how recruitment practices and company product awareness are related to job seekers'Expand
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The Relationship of Achievement Motivation to Entrepreneurial Behavior: A Meta-Analysis
Entrepreneurship is a major factor in the national economy; thus, it is important to understand the motivational characteristics spurring people to become entrepreneurs and why some are moreExpand
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Human Resource Management, Employee Exchange Relationships, and Performance in Small Businesses
In this study, the authors examine the effects of commitment-based human resource management practices on the performance of small businesses. These effects are examined through the mediators ofExpand
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Association of Inhalation Toxicologists (AIT) Working Party Recommendation for Standard Delivered Dose Calculation and Expression in Non-Clinical Aerosol Inhalation Toxicology Studies with
There are many ways in which the dose can be expressed in inhalation toxicology studies. This can lead to confusion when comparing results from studies performed in different laboratories. A workingExpand
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Association of Inhalation Toxicologists (AIT) working party recommendation for standard delivered dose calculation and expression in non-clinical aerosol inhalation toxicology studies with
There are many ways in which the dose can be expressed in inhalation toxicology studies. This can lead to confusion when comparing results from studies performed in different laboratories. A workingExpand
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The Effects Of Recruitment Message Specificity On Applicant Attraction To Organizations
We used the elaboration likelihood model (ELM) from marketing research to explain and examine how recruitment message specificity influences job seeker attraction to organizations. Using anExpand
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