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Top management-team diversity and firm performance: Examining the role of cognitions

Top management-team diversity and firm performance: Examining the role of cognitions

Kilduff, M., Angelmar, R. & Mehra, A. (2000). Top management-team diversity and firm performance: Examining the role of cognitions. Organisational Science, 11, 21-34.

Management

Management

Steinmann, H. & Schreyögg, G. (2000). Management. Wiesbaden: Gabler Verlag.

How task and person conflict shape the role of positive interdependence in management teams

How task and person conflict shape the role of positive interdependence in management teams

Janssen, O., Van de Vliert, E. & Veenstra, C. (1999). How task and person conflict shape the role of positive interdependence in management teams. Journal of Management, 25, 117-142.

Top management groups: A conceptual integration and reconsideration of the "term" label

Top management groups: A conceptual integration and reconsideration of the "term" label

Hambrick, D. C. (1994)In L. L. Cummings & B. M. Staw (Eds.). Top management groups: A conceptual integration and reconsideration of the "term" label. In: Research in organizational behavior (Vol. 16, S. 171- 213). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. 

Management Development und Führung

Management Development und Führung

Schircks, A. D. (1994). Management Development und Führung. Göttingen: Verlag für angewandte Psychologie.

Top management team size, CEO dominance, and firm performance: The moderating roles of environmental turbulence and discretion

Top management team size, CEO dominance, and firm performance: The moderating roles of environmental turbulence and discretion

Halebian, J. & Finkelstein, S. (1993). Top management team size, CEO dominance, and firm performance: The moderating roles of environmental turbulence and discretion. Academy of Management Journal, 36, 313-327.

Management

Management

Staehle, W. H. (1991). Management. 6. Aufl., München: Franz Vahlen.

Shared values make a difference: An empirical test of corporate culture

Shared values make a difference: An empirical test of corporate culture

Kouzes, J.M., Posner, B. Z. & Schmidt, W. H. (1985). Shared values make a difference: An empirical test of corporate culture. Human Resource Management, 24, 293-309. 

Management teams: Why they succeed or fail

Management teams: Why they succeed or fail

Belbin, R. M. (1981). Management teams: Why they succeed or fail. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann.

Principals of Management: An Analysis of Managerial Functions

Principals of Management: An Analysis of Managerial Functions

Koontz, H. & O´Donnell, C. (1968). Principals of Management: An Analysis of Managerial Functions. New York: McGraw Hill.