by Bryan Hong A widely held belief among business strategists is that human capital—the knowledge, skills, and abilities within individual employees—is one of the most important sources of competitive advantage for firms. To acquire knowledge needed to compete with rivals, firms … Continue reading Why New Hires Fail: The Structure of the Organizations that Hire Them
By Victor Manuel Bennett Leafing through the business press, you often see two kinds of stories. The first is about how the business environment is changing so fast that old, established firms are at risk of being “disrupted” by upstarts. … Continue reading Changes in Persistence of Performance Over Time
For this blog post, we asked Peter G. Klein to reflect on his article “Opportunity discovery, entrepreneurial action, and economic organization” which was published in the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal in 2008 and which won the SEJ Best Paper Prize in … Continue reading Entrepreneurial Judgment and Strategic Entrepreneurship
By Cristiano Bellavitis, Joost Rietveld, Igor Filatotchev Have you ever wondered whether Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese should work on yet another movie together? Or why Greylock Partners and Sequoia Capital regularly invest together? A paper that has recently been published … Continue reading What do Venture Capitalists, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Martin Scorsese Have in Common?