Oliver Gediehn examines the determinants of managerial long-term (growth) orientation. Quantitative evidence casts serious doubts on the existence of a dysfunctional effect between the emphasis on short-term goals and myopic management behavior.The appropriate use of rewards in an effective, results-based reward system is captured by rewards/ reinforcements. Time availability is concerned with the amount of time and other resources a manager can spend on entrepreneurial activities. Lastly ... of the formal organizational structure: (1) Communication, (2) scanning, (3) integration, (4) differentiation, and (5) controls. ... 269; 92 Field Interviews Part E.
|Title||:||Management Accounting Practice and Strategic Behavior|
|Publisher||:||Springer-Verlag - 2010-03-10|