March 09, 2020
16:00 - 17:00
Workshop series by dr. Louis MULOTTE, Tilburg School of Economics and Management.
Workshop 3/3 - How to perform well on the job market
The performance feedback theory claims that organizational performance relative to pre-defined aspirations triggers organizational search, risk taking, and possibly change. The propensity to change depends on how much above or below aspirations actual performance is. Recently, studies on performance feedback have enhanced our understanding of a variety of organizational actions and processes, including internal governance mechanisms, R&D activities, new product introductions and market entry, etc. The purpose of this session is to examine whether we can use a performance feedback lens to develop an understanding of firms’ successive choices of corporate development activities.