The Different Relationship of High-Tech and Low-Tech New Venture Teams' Competencies with Venture Performances

  title={The Different Relationship of High-Tech and Low-Tech New Venture Teams' Competencies with Venture Performances},
  author={Yujian Ye and Xueqi Xue and Lan, Shen},
  journal={2006 IEEE International Conference on Management of Innovation and Technology},
  • Y. Ye, Xueqi Xue, Lan, Shen
  • Published 21 June 2006
  • Business
  • 2006 IEEE International Conference on Management of Innovation and Technology
This paper tests the relationships between competencies of new venture teams (NVTs) and venture performances in high-tech firms are different from those of low-tech fields. Results show that there is no significant relationship between competencies and performances in low-tech sample. Contrarily in high-tech sample: 1) NVT's leader's strategy competency relates to business growth and relationship competency relates to invest efficiency and business growth; 2) Member level's member individual… 

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