Volume 20, Number 1, January - February 2009
, Brad Killaly
: Effect of Resource Variation and Firm Experience on Market Entry Decisions: Evidence from U.S. Telecommunication Firms' International Expansion Decisions.
Andrew V. Shipilov
: Firm Scope Experience, Historic Multimarket Contact with Partners, Centrality, and the Relationship Between Structural Holes and Performance.
: Refraining from Imitation: Professional Resistance and Limited Diffusion in a Financial Market.
: Emergence of Ethical Issues During Strategic Change Implementation.
, Adina Dabu
: Human Resources, Human Resource Management, and the Competitive Advantage of Firms: Toward a More Comprehensive Model of Causal Linkages.
Volume 20, Number 2, March - April 2009
, Will Mitchell
: Selection Capability: How Capability Gaps and Internal Social Frictions Affect Internal and External Strategic Renewal.
, Rosemarie H. Ziedonis
: Corporate Venture Capital as a Window on New Technologies: Implications for the Performance of Corporate Investors When Acquiring Startups.
: Capabilities Unveiled: The Role of Ordinary Activities in the Evolution of Product Development Processes.
, David J. Teece
: Dynamic Capabilities and the Role of Managers in Business Strategy and Economic Performance.
, Phanish Puranam
: Renewal Through Reorganization: The Value of Inconsistencies Between Formal and Informal Organization.
: Technology, Identity, and Inertia Through the Lens of "The Digital Photography Company".
J. P. Eggers
, Sarah Kaplan
: Cognition and Renewal: Comparing CEO and Organizational Effects on Incumbent Adaptation to Technical Change.
Volume 20, Number 3, May - June 2009
Anita Williams Woolley
: Means vs. Ends: Implications of Process and Outcome Focus for Team Adaptation and Performance.
: Different Missions and Commitment Power in R&D Organizations: Theory and Evidence on Industry-University Alliances.
, Georg von Krogh
: Perspective - Tacit Knowledge and Knowledge Conversion: Controversy and Advancement in Organizational Knowledge Creation Theory.
Volume 20, Number 4, July - August 2009
, Constance E. Helfat
: Organizational Linkages for Surviving Technological Change: Complementary Assets, Middle Management, and Ambidexterity.
Volume 20, Number 5, September - October 2009
Peter M. Madsen
: These Lives Will Not Be Lost in Vain: Organizational Learning from Disaster in U.S. Coal Mining.
: Attentional Triangulation: Learning from Unexpected Rare Crises.
: Superstitious Learning with Rare Strategic Decisions: Theory and Evidence from Corporate Acquisitions.
Tammy E. Beck
, Donde Ashmos Plowman
: Experiencing Rare and Unusual Events Richly: The Role of Middle Managers in Animating and Guiding Organizational Interpretation.
William H. Starbuck
: Perspective - Cognitive Reactions to Rare Events: Perceptions, Uncertainty, and Learning.
Volume 20, Number 6, November - December 2009
: A Dialogical Approach to the Creation of New Knowledge in Organizations.