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Transformational Leadership and Creative Problem‐Solving: The Mediating Role of Psychological Safety and Reflexivity
Previous research has pointed to the importance of transformational leadership in facilitating employees' creative outcomes. However, the mechanism by which transformational leadership cultivatesExpand
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The Life Cycle of an Internet Firm: Scripts, Legitimacy, and Identity
We study, longitudinally and ethnographically, the construction of legitimacy and identity during the life cycle of an entrepreneurial Internet firm, from inception to death. We utilizeExpand
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Executives’ Orientations as Indicators of Crisis Management Policies and Practices*
The paper examines effects of executives' orientations on crisis management awareness and practices, drawing on the simplicity and paradox management theories. It is suggested that a focus onExpand
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How Leadership Characteristics Affect Organizational Decline and Downsizing
While studies have investigated the moral issue associated with downsizing, little research attention has been directed to leaders’ behaviors that result in organizational decline and eventually leadExpand
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Learning in Crisis
This article introduces the concept of learning in crisis (LiC) as a new mode of learning especially in turbulent times. Drawing on a theoretical integration of the organizational learning and crisisExpand
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How Learning Leadership and Organizational Learning from Failures Enhance Perceived Organizational Capacity to Adapt to the Task Environment
Organizational learning from failures is a key organizational process that can lead to improved outcomes. In this study, the authors address two key questions that have received only limitedExpand
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Early‐Warning‐Signals Management: A Lesson from the Barings Crisis
The collapse of Barings was not an isolated event of its type. Rather, it characterizes an increasingly prevalent aspect of business settings as we approach the end of the second millennium. ThisExpand
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Prediction of Financial Vulnerability to Funding Instability
Financial vulnerability of nonprofit organizations arising from governmental funding instability is examined using hazard analysis. Funding instability is characterized by time-at-risk, andExpand
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Radical changes, ideology, dwindling membership and financial distress: A macro longitudinal study
Summary In this longitudinal study we examine how core changes, dwindling membership and ideological embeddedness, lead to financial distress in a unique organizational setting: declining IsraeliExpand
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Downsizing strategies and organizational performance: a longitudinal study
Purpose – How does downsizing affect long‐ and short‐term organizational performance? The present study aims to address this important question and attempts to extend previous research by examiningExpand
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