Pennings and Wezel offer an analysis of how the social organization of talent and the mobility of that talent influence entrepreneurial activity, organizational innovations and the demise of organizations.
Contents: Preface Part I: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations 1. The Role of Individual Conduct in Macro-organizational Theory 2. Partnership as Major Type of Organization Form Part II: The Intangible Asset of Human Intensive Organizations 3. Social Capital of Organizations: Conceptualization, Level of Analysis and Performance Implications 4. Human, Social Capital and Organizational Dissolution 5. Mimicry and the Market: Adoption of a New Organizational Form 6. Mergers and Acquisitions: Strategic and Organizational Fit Part III: The Role of Individual Mobility for Organizational Behavior and Performance 7. Spatial and Temporal Heterogeneity in Founding Patterns 8. Heterogeneity Shifts Due to Member Mobility: New Insights on Demographic Diversity and Organizational Survival 9. Competitive Consequences of Routine Spillovers Due to Interfirm Mobility 10. In Conclusion: Micro Behaviors as Inducements for Firm and Sector Evolution Index
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