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Author Kauer, Daniel.
Title The Effect of Managerial Experiences on Strategic Sensemaking [electronic resource] / von Daniel Kauer.
Publication Info Wiesbaden : Gabler, 2008.



Descript XVII, 255p. 7 illus. online resource.
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Contents Cognitive Theory - The Theoretical Foundation of Strategic Sensemaking -- Strategic Sensemaking Theory -- Research Design -- Results: Experience as an Influencing Factor of Strategic Sensemaking -- Implications and Outlook. ỹ
Note In order to survive in increasing environmental turbulence and uncertainty in the business context, organizations have to reconsider and revise their strategies frequently. But not all of them manage to detect and interpret environmental changes and, if necessary, react adequately. Based on 50 interviews with top managers, Daniel Kauer studies the effects of managerial experiences on the strategic sensemaking of top management teams. He shows that it is very important to distinguish between the depth and breadth of managerial experience, as these discrete dimensions have different effects on strategic sensemaking on the individual as well as on the organizational level. While diversity represents a team's potential to be successful in strategic sensemaking, the team must realize this potential through effective interaction. Therefore, the author also analyzes decisive interaction factors and describes how teams can best leverage their members' experience.
ISBN 9783834996329
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-8349-9632-9 doi
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Author Kauer, Daniel.
Subject Economics.
Alt author SpringerLink (Online service)
Descript XVII, 255p. 7 illus. online resource.
text file PDF rda
Contents Cognitive Theory - The Theoretical Foundation of Strategic Sensemaking -- Strategic Sensemaking Theory -- Research Design -- Results: Experience as an Influencing Factor of Strategic Sensemaking -- Implications and Outlook. ỹ
Note In order to survive in increasing environmental turbulence and uncertainty in the business context, organizations have to reconsider and revise their strategies frequently. But not all of them manage to detect and interpret environmental changes and, if necessary, react adequately. Based on 50 interviews with top managers, Daniel Kauer studies the effects of managerial experiences on the strategic sensemaking of top management teams. He shows that it is very important to distinguish between the depth and breadth of managerial experience, as these discrete dimensions have different effects on strategic sensemaking on the individual as well as on the organizational level. While diversity represents a team's potential to be successful in strategic sensemaking, the team must realize this potential through effective interaction. Therefore, the author also analyzes decisive interaction factors and describes how teams can best leverage their members' experience.
ISBN 9783834996329
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-8349-9632-9 doi
Author Kauer, Daniel.
Subject Economics.
Alt author SpringerLink (Online service)

Subject Economics.
Descript XVII, 255p. 7 illus. online resource.
text file PDF rda
Contents Cognitive Theory - The Theoretical Foundation of Strategic Sensemaking -- Strategic Sensemaking Theory -- Research Design -- Results: Experience as an Influencing Factor of Strategic Sensemaking -- Implications and Outlook. ỹ
Note In order to survive in increasing environmental turbulence and uncertainty in the business context, organizations have to reconsider and revise their strategies frequently. But not all of them manage to detect and interpret environmental changes and, if necessary, react adequately. Based on 50 interviews with top managers, Daniel Kauer studies the effects of managerial experiences on the strategic sensemaking of top management teams. He shows that it is very important to distinguish between the depth and breadth of managerial experience, as these discrete dimensions have different effects on strategic sensemaking on the individual as well as on the organizational level. While diversity represents a team's potential to be successful in strategic sensemaking, the team must realize this potential through effective interaction. Therefore, the author also analyzes decisive interaction factors and describes how teams can best leverage their members' experience.
Alt author SpringerLink (Online service)
ISBN 9783834996329
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-8349-9632-9 doi

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