Tradeoffs in Firm Culture? Nope, You Can Have It All
Co-authors: Don Sull, Lucy Hu and Hyo Kang
This paper uses new survey data with many firms and many respondents per firm to ask if we observe many of the trade-offs talked about in the Strategy literature. We find the contrary – firms that are better at one aspect of culture are, on average, better in other areas as well. This work bolsters the findings of Bloom and coauthors that a general management score can capture many of the dimensions of a firm that Strategy scholars care about.
Corporate Innovation in the Digital Age
Open Innovation and the Rise of Digital (Survey Results)
The Foundations of Corporate Innovation in the Digital Age
This (new) research project will explore how large firms can (and are) competing successfully with start-ups.