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Innovation in conservative and entrepreneurial firms: Two models of strategic momentum

Innovation in conservative and entrepreneurial firms: Two models of strategic momentum,10.1002/smj.4250030102,Strategic Management Journal,Danny Mille

Innovation in conservative and entrepreneurial firms: Two models of strategic momentum   (Citations: 414)
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Journal: Strategic Management Journal - STRATEG MANAGE J , vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 1-25, 1982
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    • ...We adopted the three perceived environmental dimensions originally developed by Khandwalla (1977) and Miller and Friesen (1982) and later revised by Covin and Slevin (1989)...

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    • ...Media Expertise International, Bangkok, Thailand e-mail: titikorn@methailand.com Miller 1983; Miller and Friesen 1982)...
    • ...Risk-taking is the “degree to which managers are willing to make large and risky resource commitments i.e., those which have a reasonable chance of costly failure” (Miller and Friesen 1982)...
    • ...The need to pursue CE has arisen from a variety of pressing problems including: technological changes, innovations, and improvements in the marketplace (Miller and Friesen 1982), perceived weakness in the traditional methods of corporate management (Hayes and Abernathy 1980), continual downsizing of organizations seeking greater efficiency (Morris and Kuratko 2002), the loss of entrepreneurial-minded employees who are disenchanted with ...

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    • ...This variable was measured with a nine-item scale adopted from relevant study of Khandwalla (1977), Miller and Friesen (1982), Covin and Slevin (1989), Naman and Slevin (1993), and Wiklund (1999)...

    Hao Jiaoet al. An empirical study on paths to develop dynamic capabilities: From the ...

    • ...This indicates that the innovation may be not only the adoption of specific technologies such as computing networks [46], object-oriented programming languages [18], client/server development [41], or CASE tools [86], but can also involve managerial adoptions, such as entrepreneurial initiatives [73] and decentralization [36]...

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    Amran Awanget al. Effect of knowledge and networking on relationship between entrepreneu...

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