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Research on identity in organizations takes endurance overtime as a takenforgranted expectation, but then often explores how identity changes. Conversely, research on memory in organizations takes change as a takenforgranted expectation and then explores how particular memories might be...
This analysis examines the influence of varying levels of consciousness on the problem solving effectiveness of chief executive officers CEOs. Specifically, it applies the original work of Ken Wilber, considered one of the most important theorists in the field of consciousness studies of our...
Building on the enactment perspective and past work on the selffulfilling prophecy, this paper explores how organizational decline can be enacted through selffulfilling prophecies of decline. We present two selffulfilling prophecybased models of organizational decline, one in which decline is...
We use a resourcebased perspective to discuss firm idiosyncrasies in valuing goods. Previous research has suggested that asymmetric valuation processes form an early and often pivotal step in the development of uniqueness Barney, 1986 Jacobson, 1992 Rumelt, 1987 Winter, 1995. We go beyond this...
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