Determinants of defender-prospector strategic preferences: examining the effects of personality and culture
Williams, Steve and Narendran, S. 2008. Determinants of defender-prospector strategic preferences: examining the effects of personality and culture. Journal of Transnational Management Development. 4 (3-4), pp. 83-105.
|Authors||Williams, Steve and Narendran, S.|
An exploratory study involving 273 Indian managers from India and Singapore measured the effects of demographic (age, sex, education, nationality, and culture), personality (locus of control, achievement need, and ambiguity intolerance), and work-related (organizational level, tenure, and organizational size) factors on managerial preference as measured by the defender-prospector (Miles & Snow, 1978) continuum. Blockwise regression analysis revealed that younger managers, male managers, and managers with high ambiguity tolerance were significantly more likely to prefer prospector strategies.
|Journal||Journal of Transnational Management Development|
|Journal citation||4 (3-4), pp. 83-105|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis (Routledge)|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.1300/J130v04n03_05|
|Web address (URL)||http://hdl.handle.net/10552/5460|
|20 Oct 2008|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||24 Nov 2016|
Journal of Transnational Management, Volume 4, Numbers 3/4, 2000 has been co-published simultaneously as Becker, Kip (Ed.), 2000, Culture and International Business, The Haworth Press, 9780789009692, http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780203048122
1views this month
0downloads this month