Radical Organizational Change: The Role of Starting Conditions, Competition, and Leaders
AbstractI develop a theory of radical change using longitudinal cases from central Europe. Radical change is a process by which firms regain competitive advantage after it has been lost. Change depends upon the firm's resources and capabilities; its competition; and its leadership. New core values differentiate incremental and radical change.
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radical organizational change; emerging market economies;
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