By Donald D. Bergh, David J. Ketchen
This ebook sequence' venture is to supply a discussion board for critique, observation, and dialogue approximately key study technique concerns within the strategic administration box. Strategic administration depends on an array of complicated tools drawn from numerous allied disciplines to ascertain how managers try to lead their companies towards luck. With this in brain this 6th quantity of the sequence is outfitted round the topic of 'Building methodological bridges'.
Within this overarching subject matter, this quantity contains subthemes. the 1st is 'Bridges among macro and micro study' and the second one is 'Bridges to more suitable designs and analysis'. With authors from an array of backgrounds, together with idea leaders from not just strategic administration, but in addition from organizational habit, human source administration, and entrepreneurship, we're convinced that the chapters provided within the present quantity will construct bridges for the organizational sciences towards better methodological rigor and creativity
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Despite these challenges, our review indicates that many promising areas of cross-disciplinary work in the organizational sciences have emerged over the past many years. Top management team research, strategic human resources management, social networks, international management, and organizational learning are some of the areas where theoretical lenses from various management disciplines are being used to cross the micro–macro schism. In the section below, we brieﬂy discuss some of these areas to draw a picture of the bridge that has already started to be built by a number of insightful management scholars.
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