Organizing Knowledge Production within a Firm: How the Locus of Knowledge Diversity Shapes Firm-Level Innovation

Working Papers

While there is broad acknowledgement among strategy scholars that recombining diverse individual-level knowledge benefits firm-level innovation, prior literature has paid less attention to how variance in intra-firm organization may impact the efficacy of the knowledge recombination process. Read More

Organizational Constraints to Adaptation: Intrafirm Asymmetry in the Locus of Coordination

Published Research

We assemble a panel data set of firms in the U.S. defense industry between 1996 and 2006 to examine the drivers of heterogeneous incumbent firm adaptation following the industry-wide demand shock of September 11, 2001.Read More

Governing Collaborative Activity: Interdependence and the Impact of Coordination and Exploration

Published Research

We examine the performance implications of selecting alternate modes of governance in interorganizational alliance relationships. While managers can choose from a range of modes to govern alliances, prior empirical evidence offers limited guidance on the performance impact of this choice.Read More