Performance, Aspirations, and Risky Organizational Change

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Henrich R. Greve

2006

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  • The study reported here uses learning theory to examine how performance feedback affects the probability of risky organizational changes that are consequential to an organization's performance
  • Founded in 1956 by James Thompson, the Administrative Science Quarterly is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal publishing theoretical and empirical work that advances the study of organizational behavior and theory
  • ASQ publishes articles that contribute to organization theory from a number of disciplines, including organizational behavior and theory, sociology, psychology and social psychology, strategic management, economics, public administration, and industrial relations
  • Theoretical perspectives and topics in ASQ range from micro to macro, from lab experiments in psychology to work on nation-states
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