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Articles from Vol. 17, No. 1, 1996

Guest Editors' Introduction-Top Management Teams: A Neglected Topic in Strategic Human Resource Management
Abstract The IBAR special issue on Top Management Teams (TMTs) is presented to disseminate current theoretical and empirical advances in TMT research, increase understanding of the problems and opportunities of TMT research, and to stimulate future research...
Human Resource Management Practices, Business Strategies, and Firm Performance: A Test of Strategy Implementation Theory
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES, BUSINESS STRATEGIES, AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: A TEST OF STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION THEORY1 Abstract A moderated regression analysis was used to relate sixteen top management team HRM practices to firm performance under...
The Impact of the Top Management Team on the Sales Growth Performance of International Divisions of US Multinational Enterprises Operating in the Republic of Ireland
Abstract This paper examines the relationship between top management team demography, team process and the sales growth performance of a sample of international divisions of US multinationals operating in Ireland. Demographic and team process characteristics...
Top Management Successions: The Choice between Internal and External Sources
Abstract There is no conclusive evidence on the firm's preference in appointments of top management. In this study four theoretical hypotheses on the likely source of appointment (internal vs. external) are examined using multivariate logistic regressions...
Top Management Team Demography and Process: The Role of Social Integration and Communication
Abstract This research used data from 53 high-technology firms to test three alternative models of the effects of the top management team's demography and process on organizational performance: ( 1 ) a demography model, in which team demography accounts...
Tough Times Make Tough Bosses: A Meso Analysis of CEO Leader Behavior
Abstract This research investigates relationships between financial performance of the firm and subsequent chief executive officer (CEO) leader behaviors. The study was inspired by previous micro-level research that found that leaders respond to poorly...
Toward a Research Agenda on Top Management Teams and Strategy Implementation
Abstract This paper addresses the question, "What's next in research on top management teams and strategic effectiveness?" Specifically, we focus on the relationship between top management teams and strategy implementation and suggest that strategy implementation...
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