Ciao, B. (2014). The Opposite Direction of Knowledge Transfers in Family Business: From Successors to Predecessors. Leadership Succession as a Microfoundation of Dynamic Capability. In The Role of Business School in Supporting Economic and Social Development. British Academy of Management.

The Opposite Direction of Knowledge Transfers in Family Business: From Successors to Predecessors. Leadership Succession as a Microfoundation of Dynamic Capability

Ciao, B
2014

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Learning, Knowledge, Dynamic Capability Theory, Microfoundations, Strategy
English
The Role of Business School in Supporting Economic and Social Development
978-0-9549608-7-2
Ciao, B. (2014). The Opposite Direction of Knowledge Transfers in Family Business: From Successors to Predecessors. Leadership Succession as a Microfoundation of Dynamic Capability. In The Role of Business School in Supporting Economic and Social Development. British Academy of Management.
Ciao, B
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