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Title: Entrepreneurial Team Formation: The Effects of Technological Intensity and Decision Making on Organizational Emergence
Authors: Brett R. Smith,
Year: 2007
Abstract: This dissertation offers a lens to understand the critical processes of organizationalemergence by examining the network processes and outcomes in the development of early stageentrepreneurial founding teams. In addition, this dissertation explores the important boundarycondition of high technology and its effect on the early stage network processes. Using a mixedmethodology approach, this dissertation explores the question of how founders constructorganizations. In the
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Title: Entrepreneurial Team Formation: The Effects of Technological Intensity and Decision Making on Organizational Emergence
Authors: Brett R. Smith,
Year: 2007
Abstract: This dissertation offers a lens to understand the critical processes of organizationalemergence by examining the network processes and outcomes in the development of early stageentrepreneurial founding teams. In addition, this dissertation explores the important boundarycondition of high technology and its effect on the early stage network processes. Using a mixedmethodology approach, this dissertation explores the question of how founders constructorganizations. In the
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Title: Entrepreneurial Team Formation: The Effects of Technological Intensity and Decision Making on Organizational Emergence
Authors: Brett R. Smith,
Year: 2007
Abstract: This dissertation offers a lens to understand the critical processes of organizationalemergence by examining the network processes and outcomes in the development of early stageentrepreneurial founding teams. In addition, this dissertation explores the important boundarycondition of high technology and its effect on the early stage network processes. Using a mixedmethodology approach, this dissertation explores the question of how founders constructorganizations. In the
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