Journal: Organization Science
Learning from failure: Towards an evolutionary model of collaborative ventures
Torre Jos de la
This paper reports on a longitudinal case study of the interaction between two...
Varieties of social influence: The role of utility and norms in the success of a new communication medium
Rice Ronald E.
This natural experiment investigates the introduction and use of a pair of competing...
The scope of alliances
We develop the notion that the choice of alliance scope materially affects the...
The impact of joint venture status on the longevity of Japanese stakes in US manufacturing affiliates
A number of well-known studies report that between one-third and two-thirds of...
Integrating strategic, organizational, and human resource perspectives on mergers and acquisitions: A case survey of synergy realization
Mergers and acquisitions are complex events in organizational life for which we have...
Knowledge search in international cooperative ventures
By taking a learning approach to international cooperative ventures, this study...
How buyers cope with uncertainty when acquiring firms in knowledge-intensive industries: Caveat emptor
Coff Russell W.
Knowledge is frequently the focus of corporate acquisitions. It often cannot be...
Impact of chief executive officer succession in Japanese companies: A coevolutionary perspective
Lewin Arie Y.
In this paper, we set out to investigate whether strategic leadership matters at a...
Coordination and virtualization: The role of electronic networks and personal relationships
Kraut Robert E.
One view holds that organizations are virtual to the extent that they outsource key...
A self-efficacy theory explanation for the management of remote workers in virtual organizations
Staples D. Sandy
The current study is a first step in investigating how virtual organizations can...
The optimal performance of the global firm: Formalizing and extending the integration-responsiveness framework
Midgley David F.
This paper provides an expanded approach to thinking about the organizational forms...
Training and turnover in the evolution of organizations
Huberman Bernardo A.
An organization's decision whether or not to train its workers affects the overall...
Resource partitioning, the founding of specialist firms, and innovation: The American feature film industry, 1912–1929
Mezias John M.
Past research has established that large bureaucratic firms are less innovative than...
Linking organizational values to relationships with external constituents: A study of nonprofit professional theatres
Voss Glenn B.
This study explores the organizational values that characterize firms in the nonprofit...
Prior knowledge and the discovery of entrepreneurial opportunities
Before technological change leads to new processes, products, markets, or ways of...
Trapped in your own net? Network cohesion, structural holes, and the adaptation of social capital
This paper explores the tension between two opposite views on how networks create...
A grounded model of organizational schema change during empowerment
We analyzed employee resistance to an organizational change project in which employees...
Bridging space over time: Global virtual team dynamics and effectiveness
Maznevski Martha L.
Global virtual teams are internationally distributed groups of people with an...
Is organization theory obvious to practitioners? A test of one established theory
Priem Richard L.
Critics have argued that organization theories which ‘work’ are obvious to...
Extending the Cyert–March duopoly model: organizational and economic insights
Prietula Michael J.
Two studies were conducted to explore the organizational and economic insights...
The effective design of work under total quality management
In this research, we address the question: Why do many total quality management...
Top management-team diversity and firm performance: Examining the role of cognitions
Demography research rarely examines the black box within which the cognitive diversity...
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