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Top management team as a source of dynamic capabilities of the firm

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  • Chanko, Anastasia D.
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    This methodological paper is devoted to theoretical analysis of dynamic capabilities sources at micro-level of organization as a social system. The author makes an attempt to integrate theoretical approaches from various disciplines and develop a comprehensive framework to analyze factors of firm’s successful development under uncertainty. The novelty of proposed approach consists in the comparison of psychological concepts of creative talents and personal behavioral characteristics, sociological and psychological models of successful managerial teams, characteristics of managers and companies with dynamic capabilities. This analysis allows the author to specify the agenda of empirical and multidisciplinary research and pioneer with the idea that a balance of three behavioral modes — reactive, active and proactive — is crucial for effective performance of managerial teams and organizations in dynamic environment.

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    Paper provided by Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University in its series Scholarly Articles at Russian Management Journal with number 137.

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    Date of creation: 2008
    Handle: RePEc:sps:rjmart:137
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