Cooperative strategy and new venture performance: The role of business strategy and management experience
Jeffrey E. McGee,
Michael J. Dowling and
William L. Megginson
Strategic Management Journal, 1995, vol. 16, issue 7, 565-580
This paper reports the results of a study of new ventures which examine the relationships between performance and the experience of a new venture's management team, its choice of competitive strategy, and its use of various cooperative arrangements. The findings of the moderated regression analysis indicate that cooperative arrangements are most beneficial to those new ventures whose management teams possess the most experience.
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