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HOW MUCH DO HIGH-PERFORMANCE WORK PRACTICES MATTER? A META-ANALYSIS OF THEIR EFFECTS ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE
Although there is growing evidence that high performance work practices (HPWPs) affect organizational performance, varying sample characteristics, research designs, practices examined, andExpand
Strategic resources and performance: a meta‐analysis
Resource-based theory (RBT) has emerged as a key perspective guiding inquiry into the determinants of organizational performance. Since the early 1990s, numerous studies have examined RBT's assertionExpand
Does human capital matter? A meta-analysis of the relationship between human capital and firm performance.
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It is found that human capital relates strongly to performance, especially when the human capital in question is not readily tradable in labor markets and when researchers use operational performance measures that are not subject to profit appropriation. Expand
Entrepreneurial legacy: Toward a theory of how some family firms nurture transgenerational entrepreneurship
Research shows that family firms are less entrepreneurial, on average, especially after the founder departs. There are notable exceptions, however, and so we build a new theory to explain how theseExpand
Franchising: A Review and Avenues to Greater Theoretical Diversity
As franchising has increased its visibility and impact on the business landscape, it has attracted the attention of a wide variety of researchers from different academic backgrounds. We draw togetherExpand
The Dimensionality of Organizational Performance and its Implications for Strategic Management Research
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This chapter uses a synthesis of previous attempts to describe the dimensions of performance and the own analysis of performance measurement in the Strategic Management Journal to build a conceptual model of organizational performance and its dimensions. Expand
Explaining interfirm cooperation and performance: toward a reconciliation of predictions from the resource-based view and organizational economics
Interfirm cooperation and its performance implications are examined in the context of two widely cited theoretical approaches to organizations. Broadly speaking, the resource-based view suggests thatExpand
Sources and Consequences of Bargaining Power in Supply Chains
Abstract Research suggests that collaborative supply chain management (SCM) helps chain members create “a rising tide that lifts all boats.” Yet resource dependence theory suggests that when tidesExpand
Why Do Firms Use Franchising as an Entrepreneurial Strategy?: A Meta-Analysis
Although uncovering the factors that lead firms to offer franchises has long been a central goal of franchising research, considerable ambiguity surrounds extant findings. In an effort to helpExpand
FRANCHISING STRATEGY: A PROPOSED MODEL AND EMPIRICAL TEST OF FRANCHISE VERSUS COMPANY OWNERSHIP.
Research exploring why franchisors choose a particular mix of franchise and company owned units has been unsuccessful in explaining a large portion of variance. This study presents and tests a modelExpand
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