Donald C. Hambrick
Donald C. Hambrick
Smeal Chaired Professor of Management, The Pennsylvania State University
Verified email at psu.edu
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Upper echelons: The organization as a reflection of its top managers
DC Hambrick, PA Mason
Academy of management review 9 (2), 193-206, 1984
144821984
Strategic leadership
S Finkelstein, D Hambrick, AA Cannella
St. Paul: West Educational Publishing, 1996
6050*1996
Upper echelons theory: An update
DC Hambrick
Academy of management review 32 (2), 334-343, 2007
34962007
Top-management-team tenure and organizational outcomes: The moderating role of managerial discretion
S Finkelstein, DC Hambrick
Administrative science quarterly, 484-503, 1990
27171990
The influence of top management team heterogeneity on firms' competitive moves
DC Hambrick, TS Cho, MJ Chen
Administrative science quarterly, 659-684, 1996
26451996
Managerial discretion: A bridge between polar views of organizational outcomes.
DC Hambrick, S Finkelstein
Research in organizational behavior, 1987
21801987
Explaining the premiums paid for large acquisitions: Evidence of CEO hubris
MLA Hayward, DC Hambrick
Administrative science quarterly, 103-127, 1997
21291997
It's all about me: Narcissistic chief executive officers and their effects on company strategy and performance
A Chatterjee, DC Hambrick
Administrative science quarterly 52 (3), 351-386, 2007
17542007
Some tests of the effectiveness and functional attributes of Miles and Snow's strategic types
DC Hambrick
Academy of Management journal 26 (1), 5-26, 1983
17321983
Speed, stealth, and selective attack: How small firms differ from large firms in competitive behavior
MJ Chen, DC Hambrick
Academy of management journal 38 (2), 453-482, 1995
14591995
The seasons of a CEO's tenure
DC Hambrick, GDS Fukutomi
Academy of management review 16 (4), 719-742, 1991
13421991
The external ties of top executives: Implications for strategic choice and performance
MA Geletkanycz, DC Hambrick
Administrative science quarterly, 654-681, 1997
13261997
Top executive commitment to the status quo: Some tests of its determinants
DC Hambrick, MA Geletkanycz, JW Fredrickson
Strategic Management Journal 14 (6), 401-418, 1993
13121993
Top management teams
DC Hambrick
Wiley Encyclopedia of Management, 1-2, 2015
12072015
Diversification posture and top management team characteristics
JG Michel, DC Hambrick
Academy of Management journal 35 (1), 9-37, 1992
11931992
What is strategic management, really? Inductive derivation of a consensus definition of the field
R Nag, DC Hambrick, MJ Chen
Strategic management journal 28 (9), 935-955, 2007
11622007
Environmental scanning and organizational strategy
DC Hambrick
Strategic management journal 3 (2), 159-174, 1982
11371982
Large corporate failures as downward spirals
DC Hambrick, RA D'Aveni
Administrative science quarterly, 1-23, 1988
10561988
High profit strategies in mature capital goods industries: A contingency approach
DC Hambrick
Academy of Management journal 26 (4), 687-707, 1983
10541983
Top team deterioration as part of the downward spiral of large corporate bankruptcies
DC Hambrick, RA D'Aveni
Management Science 38 (10), 1445-1466, 1992
10251992
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