Organizational slack effects on innovation: the moderating roles of CEO tenure and compensation

@inproceedings{Mousa2014OrganizationalSE,
  title={Organizational slack effects on innovation: the moderating roles of CEO tenure and compensation},
  author={F. Mousa and Jaideep Chowdhury},
  year={2014}
}
This study draws on upper echelons theory, the resource based view, and Penrose's theory of firm growth to show that slack resources, specifically financial and human slack, are essential to the research and development (R&D) strategies of organizations. We also suggest that both Chief Executive Officer (CEO) tenure and CEO compensation positively moderate the slack-innovation relationship.The empirical design compromised of panel regression analysis. We tested our hypotheses using all US… CONTINUE READING