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Strategic Renewal, Cooperation, and Performance: A Contingency Approach

Francisco J. Sáez-Martínez, Ángela González-Moreno
2011 Journal of Management and Strategy  
Thus, to cope with this controversy, we follow a contingency approach and, using a large sample of firms, investigate how cooperation and the degree of technological intensity of the environment moderate  ...  In this paper, we analyse the influence of cooperation and strategic renewal activities on firm performance.  ...  Previous contradictory empirical results suggest the adoption of a contingency approach to explore the relationship between strategic renewal and performance.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jms.v2n4p43 fatcat:fpuuzq3dojgzbfqf6g2he7tbty

Entrepreneurial Orientation, Environmental Hostility and SMEs Profitability: A Contingency Approach

Izaias Martins, Alex Rialp
2011 Social Science Research Network  
Thus, EO has emerged as an important resource within companies, representing a widely exploited intangible in corporate entrepreneurship.  ...  DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS This study addresses the impact of EO on SME profitability and key effects of external environment in a contingency model.  ...  Likert 1-7 Typically adopts a bold, aggressive posture in order to maximize the probability of exploiting potential opportunities. Likert 1-7 Likert 1-7 Appendix 3.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2162483 fatcat:kqmfkwimwzghxd3sfp2oesodtm

Responsible Leadership in Global Business: A Contingency Approach

Christian Voegtlin, Moritz Patzer, Andreas Georg Scherer
2010 Social Science Research Network  
The paper advances an understanding of responsible leadership as a political conception and offers an agenda for future research in this field.  ...  Our conceptualization of responsible leadership draws on deliberative practices and discursive conflict resolution, combining the macro-view of the business firm as a political actor with the micro-view  ...  Social entrepreneurs thereby play the role of change agents in the social sector (Bloom, 2009, p. 128) .  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1567996 fatcat:ygfce7glrncclg6yxrjvri3hh4

Entry barriers and new venture performance: a comparison of universal and contingency approaches

Kenneth C. Robinson, Patricia Phillips McDougall
2001 Strategic Management Journal  
This study utilized universal and contingency approaches to empirically investigate the effects of entry barriers on new venture performance.  ...  Conversely, this study provides strong support for utilizing the contingency approach to examine the complex effects of entry barriers on divergent performance measures.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research was funded in part by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, Inc.  ... 
doi:10.1002/smj.186 fatcat:eaw2dtjdrbatnpkabo6tcgb4om

Key determinants of SMEs' export performance: a resource-based view and contingency theory approach using potential mediators

Arsalan Safari, Ali Salman Saleh
2020 The journal of business & industrial marketing  
Design/methodology/approach This study draws on contingency theory and takes a resource-based and market-based view to provide a holistic understanding of the issue.  ...  on export performance, highlighting the importance of the mediating effects on SMEs in achieving growth and competing in the international arena.  ...  From the industry subsector perspective, as illustrated in Table AI (in Appendix A), the SME respondents operate in a variety of sectors within the manufacturing and service industries, mostly in the food  ... 
doi:10.1108/jbim-11-2018-0324 fatcat:osrdhnkyerb5zk47pgn4hwt2oq

A Contingency Approach on the Impact of Front-End Success on Project Portfolio Success

Alexander Kock, Wilderich Heising, Hans Georg Gemünden
2016 Project Management Journal  
Such a contingency approach is needed to better understand the complex performance, inducing mechanisms, which link the early front end with the rather late project implementation stage (for contingency  ...  Nobeoka and Cusumano ( 1994 ) , for example, stress the importance of project interdependency as a contingency factor when evaluating the impact on performance.  ...  projects can only be continued if the concrete results of other projects are known. • Delays in individual projects inevitably impact on other projects. • As a consequence of joint utilization of human  ... 
doi:10.1002/pmj.21575 fatcat:vy2ky7ddizdo5pfid3siwqjyq4

Which SMEs seek external support? Business characteristics, management behaviour and external influences in a contingency approach

Kevin Mole, David North, Robert Baldock
2016 Environment and Planning C Politics and Space  
Using a contingency approach, we model various influences on the use and non-use of formal support and identify those owner-managers who face more concerns but have less confidence in their capabilities  ...  In 2011, the researchers conducted a telephone survey of 1202 SMEs (1-249 employees) in England to assess the use and non-use of external support between 2008 and 2011.  ...  members of the steering group for the guidance in the research.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0263774x16665362 fatcat:k45whm4wonc3pns3oh4itf6vaa

Strategic consensus on organizational performance: A contingency approach of organizational culture and isomorphic pressure

Muafi, Rizqi Adhyka Kusumawati
2020 Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management  
Pekalongan is a city of Batik that has Batik MSMEs spread in every area of the villages.  ...  Purpose: This research aims to test and analyze the consensus of organizational strategy with the contingency of organizational culture and isomorphism pressure which have an impact on organizational performance  ...  The authors declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.3926/jiem.2480 fatcat:sa4dhintffh5zo7hr5jrlp5nhe

Entrepreneurship in secondary and tertiary sectors: The same determinants?

Gonçalo Rodrigues Brás, Elias Soukiazis, Pantea Foroudi
2020 Cogent Business & Management  
The main results indicate that the determinants of entrepreneurship in the industry are significantly different from the determinants of entrepreneurship in the services sector in Portugal.  ...  of a cross-sectoral view of the entrepreneurial phenomenon.  ...  the specific determinants of entrepreneurship in industry and in the services sector.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311975.2020.1748790 fatcat:k6jrpt3dezdfnmqkqfofnk6ttm

quartowp.pdfDeterminants of overall and sectoral entrepreneurship: evidence from Portugal [article]

Gonçalo Nuno Brás, Elias Soukiazis
2020 Figshare  
The main results indicate that the determinants of entrepreneurship in industry are significantly different from the determinants of entrepreneurship in the service sector in Portugal.  ...  On the other hand, the determinants of entrepreneurship in the service sector are very similar to those explaining the overall entrepreneurial activity, due to the high share of services in total economic  ...  and study the specific determinants of entrepreneurship in industry and in the services sector.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12625469 fatcat:gomqduwklfc3pcpvhspt5nbg3a

The Business Performance of Culinary Sector: A Study of SMEs Sector in Bali

N.N., G.N., D. Asih, N.L., G.A., Made Setini, Endi Rekarti
2020 International Journal of Economics and Business Administration  
Approach/Methodology/Design: The method of determining the sample used is purposive sampling, the culinary sector SMEs in Denpasar City.  ...  Purpose: The study aims to explain the role of business innovation strategies mediating the effect of entrepreneurial orientation on the performance of SMEs.  ...  In another section, researchers Tseng and Tseng (2019) stated that there are five indicators of corporate entrepreneurship that affect company performance, namely: autonomy; innovativeness, risk-taking  ... 
doi:10.35808/ijeba/578 fatcat:3w6sqgybmnaancima4ayzy4yla

Directing Corporate Entrepreneurship Strategy in the Public Sector to Public Value: Antecedents, Components, and Outcomes

Claudine Kearney, Timo Meynhardt
2016 International Public Management Journal  
Over the last three decades, organizations worldwide have used corporate entrepreneurship (CE) as a means of building new competencies, revitalizing operations, achieving renewal, and=or creating value  ...  The purpose of this article is to conceptualize CES in the public sector in order to synthesize, integrate, and link the key concepts within the CE domain, thereby creating new public value and generating  ...  Corporate Entrepreneurship and Performance Outcomes A major factor separating public and private sector CE is defining and measuring the desirable outcome: performance.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10967494.2016.1160013 fatcat:h45qkz7tsrfl3fixsjgy5sazke

A Private Sector Failure, a Public Sector Crisis - Reflections on the Great Recession

Ron Hodges, Irvine Lapsley
2016 Financial Accountability and Management  
The initial challenge became a mission to rescue the banking sector, which had major implications for public services.  ...  The severe constraints on public finances after the rescue resulted in cutbacks in public services; an example of financial conservatism in action.  ...  This approach is seen as particularly relevant to the study of the impacts of the global crisis (Cohen et al, 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/faam.12096 fatcat:tgrqse7f3jdwvnjm7j66xkaspe

What Drives Entrepreneurial Orientation in the Public Sector? Evidence from Germany's Federal Labor Agency

T. Meynhardt, F. E. Diefenbach
2012 Journal of public administration research and theory  
This deductive study develops and empirically tests hypotheses on antecedents identified from private sector corporate entrepreneurship literature and from the current debate on new public management and  ...  Instead, a multitude of expectations, middle managers' localism, and position tenure have the greatest impact on department-level EO.  ...  In the private sector context, a set of organizational antecedents of corporate entrepreneurship has been established for middle managers (Hornsby, Kuratko, and Zahra 2002; Kuratko et al. 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.1093/jopart/mus013 fatcat:k4cqwl3omveofa7cb6lnbp53ua

Impact of Entrepreneurship on the Quality of Public Health Sector Institutions and Policies

Jelica Rastoka, Saša Petković, Dragana Radicic
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
First, it makes a theoretical contribution in the way that it fills the lacking literature on the relationship between entrepreneurship within the public health sector and efficiency of country-specific  ...  The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether public health entrepreneurship principles implementation in the public health sector are alternative ways of promoting an immediate improvement of healthcare  ...  Thus, the quality of the public healthcare sector shall be observed through their provision of services and overall performance.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19031569 pmid:35162591 pmcid:PMC8834845 fatcat:suhb7swa2vac3lksihmokziihe
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