Entrepreneurial strategy making and performance in China's new technology ventures : the contingency effect of environments and firm competences
Journal of High Technology Management Research
Entrepreneurial strategy making, Environment and firm competences, New technology ventures
In this study we examine the contingency value of entrepreneurial strategy making with a sample of technology-based new ventures in China's emerging economy. Our results show that the relationship between entrepreneurial strategy making and performance is moderated by both environmental factors and firm competences. Specifically, entrepreneurial strategy making has a positive relationship with performance when the environment is highly uncertain and when the firm has strong marketing competences.
Financial support from the Center for International Business Studies (CIBS) at Texas A&M University.
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Li, H., Zhang, Y., & Chan, T.-S. (2005). Entrepreneurial strategy making and performance in China's new technology ventures: The contingency effect of environments and firm competences. Journal of High Technology Management Research, 16(1), 37-57. doi: 10.1016/j.hitech.2005.06.003