In this article, the authors create a theoretically grounded, comprehensive, and integrative model for understanding and measuring performance management effectiveness in organizations, with the goal of addressing important unanswered questions affecting both research and practice.
This article shows that people who grow up in areas without local banks are much slower to engage with credit markets, which has negative consequences for the way they build and manage credit over their lifetime.
This paper assesses the contribution Organizations has made to management studies through a citation context analysis of 1,400 articles from top management journals, finding that it is most cited for content related to cognitive limits and routines or programs, but that disturbingly few attempts have been made to empirically validate the assertions made in Organizations.
In this study, researchers investigate the value of a supplier sharing information about the quality‐distribution of outsourced components with an assembler who matches such parts with the selective assembly of an intermediary component.
This study proposes a u-shaped relationship between crowdfunding outcomes and prior funding amounts, illustrating a negative relationship when funding amounts are small, while this relationship becomes positive when prior funding amounts are large.