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by Henrich R. Greve

ISBN: 0521534917
ISBN13: 978-0521534918
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (July 21, 2003)
Pages: 226
Category: Management and Leadership
Subategory: Work and Money

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How strongly firms respond depends on their aspirations: generally, performance below aspiration levels triggers more dramatic responses than performance above these levels.

This book is about how organizations react to performance feedback. Acknowledgments ix. 1: Introduction 1. Organizational Learning from Performance Feedback - A Behavioral Perspective on Innovation and Change i. Title Page iii. It presents a theory of organizations learning from their experience by collecting performance measures, creating aspiration levels based on their own past performance or that of other organizations, and changing organizational activities if the performance is lower than the aspiration level. Contents v.

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Revisiting Cyert and March's classic 1963 "Behavioral Theory of the Firm", Henrich Greve offers an intriguing analysis of how firms evolve in response to feedback about their own performance.

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Organizational learning from performance feedback: A behavioral perspective on innovation and change. A Behavioral Theory of the Firm-40 Years and Counting: Introduction and Impact. Organization Science 18 (3), 337-349, 2007. Cambridge University Press, 2003. An evolutionary model of organizational performance. WP Barnett, HR Greve, DY Park. Strategic management journal 15 (S1), 11-28, 1994. Exploration and exploitation in product innovation.

Download Organizational Learning from Performance Feedback: A Behavioral Perspective on Innovation and Change (Repost) or any other file from Books category. Revisiting Cyert and March's classic 1963 "Behavioral Theory of the Firm", Henrich Greve offers an intriguing analysis of how firms evolve in response to feedback about their own performance.

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Greve, Henrich R. Tim Rowley, and Andrew Shipilov. Network Advantage: How to Unlock Value from your Alliances and Partnerships. Articles, a selection: Barnett, William . Greve, and Douglas Y. Park. Strategic Management Journal 1. 1 (1994): 11-28. Greve, Henrich R. "Performance, Aspirations and Risky Organizational Change

A Behavioral Perspective on Innovation and Change. This book is about how organizations react to performance feedback.

A Behavioral Perspective on Innovation and Change. The mechanism is one of simple self-regulation by attempting to reach a goal not currently met but not seeking, in the short run at least, to go further than the level that just achieves it.

Revisiting Cyert and March's classic 1963 "Behavioral Theory of the Firm", Henrich Greve offers an intriguing analysis of how firms evolve in response to feedback about their own performance. Based on ideas from organizational theory and social psychology and research from many industries, it demonstrates that high-performing organizations quickly lower their rates of market entry, innovations and asset growth, but low-performing organizations only slowly increase those rates. The analysis outlines the consequences of this behavior for organizational survival and performance, and suggests ways to improve organizations with performance feedback.
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