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Strategic management of small firms in hostile and benign environments
TLDR
Examines the strategic postures, competitive tactics, and organization structures of small manufacturing firms that are associated with high performance in both hostile and benign environments to suggest that entrepreneurial firms perform better in hostile environments, while small conservative firms perform best in more benign environments. Expand
A Conceptual Model of Entrepreneurship as Firm Behavior
This article outlines a conceptual model of entrepreneurship as an organizational-level phenomenon. The model is intended to depict the organizational system elements that relate to entrepreneurialExpand
Critical factors in successful project implementation
This paper describes a process used to determine critical success factors that are felt to be predictive of successful project management. Full time managers who have had experience with projectsExpand
THE INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE ON THE UTILITY OF AN ENTREPRENEURIAL TOP MANAGEMENT STYLE
This study examined the influence of organization structure on the relationship between top management's entrepreneurial orientation and financial performance. Moderated regression analysis was usedExpand
Strategic Process Effects on the Entrepreneurial Orientation–Sales Growth Rate Relationship
This research examined the effects of three strategic process variables—strategic decision–making participativeness, strategy formation mode, and strategic learning from failure—on theExpand
Entrepreneurship and the concept of fit: A model and empirical tests
This paper reports the results of a study designed to investigate entrepreneurship and ‘fit’ in small and medium sized high technology manufacturing firms. A normative model of fit has beenExpand
Understanding the relationship between entrepreneurial orientation and strategic learning capability: an empirical investigation
This research explores the relationship between strategic learning capability—a firm's proficiency at generating, and then acting on, strategic knowledge—and entrepreneurial orientation (EO). WhileExpand
Trust in projects: An empirical assessment of owner/contractor relationships
Abstract A great deal of literature has pointed to the importance of trust as a facilitator of positive relationships among project stakeholders. Trust is argued to enhance a variety ofExpand
STRATEGIC PROCESS EFFECTS ON THE ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION-SALES GROWTH RATE RELATIONSHIP.
This research examined the effects of three strategic process variables - strategic decision-making participativeness, strategy formation mode, and strategic learning from failure - on the entrepre...
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