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Re-organizing for Innovation: Top Management Attention as a Driver of Strategic Renewal

Lena Ekelund (Institutionen för teknikens ekonomi och organisation) ; Christine Räisänen (Institutionen för bygg- och miljöteknik, Construction Management)
ISPIM 2011 (2011)
[Konferensbidrag, refereegranskat]

Abstract: Research on how managers implement change in their organizations during crisis is of growing interest. Today’s decision-makers are inundated by stimuli and even more so during crisis. Naturally this prevents all events to be attended to equally. Attention as an important factor in decision-making processes has long been noticed by organizational scholars and attention established as a valuable and scarce resource in organizations. Despite this, few longitudinal studies seem to have used an attention-based view to examine how management attention is used as a driver. By providing thick empirical data and the lens of attention-based view within a strategic change context, this paper aims to further understandings and add to actionable knowledge relating to top management attention as a driver for strategic change. Empirical data has been gathered over a period of four years.

Nyckelord: Attention-based view; Change implementation; Automotive Industry; Innovation renewal; Management; Strategy; Longitudinal Case study; Empirical research


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