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Mining Linguistic Clues From Social Network: Impact of CEO Personality on Business Performance

@inproceedings{Wang2018MiningLC,
  title={Mining Linguistic Clues From Social Network: Impact of CEO Personality on Business Performance},
  author={Shichao Wang and Xi Chen},
  booktitle={CONF-IRM},
  year={2018}
}
Researchers in strategic management and organizational theory have demonstrated that executives explain a non-trivial proportion of organizational performance variance. Upper echelons theory further informs us what and why top managers’ characteristics affect organizational performance. As the leader of executives, CEO often has a disproportionate, sometimes dominating, influence on his or her firm. However, limited research has studied the impact of CEOs’ comprehensive personality on business… Expand

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