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Author:Patrick G. Maggitti , Ken G. Smith , Riitta Katila
Data Source:[J].Research Policy, 2013, Vol.42 (1), pp.90-100Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)We inductively develop a process model of individual search in the context of technological invention, an important aspect of economic development that is also fundamental to the success of many organizations. Using an extensive archival content analysis of notable i...
Author:Kevin D. Clark , Patrick G. Maggitti
Data Source:[J].Journal of Management Studies, 2012, Vol.49 (7), pp.1168-1193Wiley
Abstract:abstract(#br)Confidence is necessary for effective top management team (TMT) functioning, however overconfidence or hubris has been associated with poor outcomes. Researchers have struggled to untangle questions of how much confidence is functional and whether there are diff...
Author:Patrick G. Maggitti , Russell W. Coff ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Industrial Organization Education, 2012, Vol.6 (1)De Gruyter
Abstract:Abstract This energetic lecture consist of a paper fight and another exercise to provide background, methodology, and findings from research that has empirically examined competitive dynamics. Foundational to this stream of research are several literatures including game theory a...
Author:Patrick G. Maggitti , Curtis M. Grimm
Data Source:[J].The Academy of Management Journal, 2008, Vol.51 (1), pp.61-80JSTOR
Abstract:We investigate the Red Queen effect as a contest of competitive moves or actions among rivalrous firms. The results from a multi-industry study of over 4,700 actions confirms the existence of Red Queen competition, whereby a firm's actions increase performance but also increase t...
Author:Timothy G. Pollock , Violina P. Rindova , Patrick G. Maggitti
Data Source:[J].The Academy of Management Journal, 2008, Vol.51 (2), pp.335-358JSTOR
Abstract:In this study we advance current research on social influence in markets by examining how the recency and availability of information about others' actions within and between different communities influence their allocation of attention and their evaluations. Specifically, we exa...

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