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1.Time Strategy: A Missing Dimension in Strategic Management Research

Author:CAO Xuan-wei;TANG Fang-cheng;LANG Chun-gang


Abstract:As time is a part embedded in strategy, strategy has a time- dependent nature. An analysis is made on the interaction between the strategic action and management cognition based on the time -dependent nature. An elaboration is made on the interaction between the micro action subject in the processes of organizing the formation, implementation and innovation of strategy, and the meso - and macro - layers in the process of organizing strategic action. A discussion is conducted on the mechanisms of impacts on the organizational strategic action imposed by the individual actor in the state of the cognition at different times. The strategic management activities based on the time perspective help deepen the understanding of the topics such as organizing strategic decision- making, innovation, dynamic capacity, entrepreneur innovation, etc. , and also help cognize and deal with some dilemmas in management practices.

2.The Influence of Contextual Communication Orientation and Advice Type on Advice Taking

Author:DUAN Jinyun;XU Yue;REN Xiaoyun;WU Qiaomin

Source:Studies of Psychology and Behavior,2020,Vol.18


3.From basic science to major technological innovation: A scope of legitimacy

Author:Cheng Peng;Liu Xielin;Li Yang;Wang Xiao

Source:Studies in Science of Science,2018,Vol.36

Abstract:There are increasingly more studies about how to overpass rivals on quality and efficiency,make breakthrough in key industrial technology,and boost the conversion from science to innovation,by supporting the research of basic science. However,there are few studies about how to make scientific research acquire legitimacy and specifically what kind of legitimacy. Longitudinally focusing on the quantum technology according to the stage characteristics of legitimacy formation and the legitimacy bases,this study analyzed the relationships among money,institution,industry,and talent (MIIT),as well as their interactions and consequences. This study has two findings: (1) In the process of legalization,the interaction mode of MIIT alters with the change of subjects'role,motive,and behavior pattern; the evolution of the interaction mode enhances the research capability of science and technology; the interactions of MIIT directly lead to cognitive legitimacy,and the interactions helps to develop norm legitimacy and regulation legitimacy by boosting the research capability and outcome. (2) Legitimacy is a continuous variable,and there is a tendency that its extent and scope increase along the process of legalization. The main contribution of this study relies on the analysis of the micro mechanism of legitimacy formation and evolution,and the finding of legitimacy's evolution pattern.

4.The Future of Business Schools: Unity of Rigor and Relevance

Author:Wang Xiao;Li Peter Ping;Bi Zhihui

Source:Foreign Economies & Management,2019,Vol.41


5.Study on Motivation and Strategic Choice of Enterprises’ Energy Saving and Emission Reduction

Author:Cao Chunhui;Xi Youmin;Cao Xuanwei

Source:Management Review,2013,Vol.25

Abstract:By identifying the characters of environment toward enterprises in the low carbon economy, this paper dlfferentiates the environment into three types of market: product market, social market and political market. Then it points out three kinds of motivation for enterprises to save energy and reduce emission: one is to decline the cost and get differentiated competitive advantage in the product market; another is to get public recognition and enterprise's reputation in social market; and the final one is to pursue legitimacy and government's support in political market. Based on literature, we build two types of strategic choice: the proactive strategies and reactive strategies. Further, we offer a strategic model for enterprises to save energy and reduce emission according to the different motivation, which can help the enterprises get the sustained competitive advantage in the low carbon economy.
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