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Preventing dysfunctional conflict: examining the relationship between different types of managerial conflict in venture capital-backed firms.
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-08)
Prior literature reports mixed results relative to the performance outcomes of different types of conflict in top management teams. These conflicting results may stem from the complex interactions between different types ...
Does information sharing always improve team decision making? An examination of the hidden profile condition in new product development.
This research examines the effects of information sharing and information use on team decision making. While past studies are based on an implicit assumption that information sharing always leads to information use and ...
A Different Frame of Reference: Entrepreneurship and Gender Differences in the Perception of Danger
(Academy of Management, 2016-11-08)
Through a mixed-methods approach, we explore how the perceived dangers involved in starting a business in a dangerous region of the world differ by gender. We also explore the ways that women’s businesses affect and are ...