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Research in the strategy literature that highlights the role of imitation has tended to focus primarily on its detrimental effects on the performance of imitated firms. Developing the notion of vicarious experimentation, we examine how innovators can learn from being imitated. Specifically, we develop a theory describing how imitation provides a po...
Problemistic search theory, with its roots in the Carnegie School tradition, describes a behaviorally plausible process by which firms learn from performance feedback. A firm’s recognition of performance below aspirations leads to search for a solution to the problem, resulting in change intended to restore performance to the aspired level. The con...
This article examines two-way trust (leader's trust in subordinate and subordinate's trust in his or her leader) in the context of the leader–subordinate dyad, and the relationship between the subordinate's perception of this two-way trust and the subordinate's trust in the organization. Based on a survey with a sample of 182 Korean Air pilots, the...