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Liliana Pérez-Nordtvedt
University of Texas at Arlington
17Publications
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#1John Anthony De Leon (A&M: Texas A&M University)
#2Lee Warren BrownH-Index: 2
Last.Liliana Pérez-Nordtvedt (University of Texas System)H-Index: 9
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#2Nitin Kumar Singh (University of Texas System)
Last.Liliana Pérez-Nordtvedt (University of Texas System)H-Index: 9
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Firms that change recurring strategic activities on a regular basis outperform those that change them irregularly. Yet, in high velocity environments, regularity is not enough. We argue that in the...
#1Philip T. Roundy (UTC: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga)H-Index: 10
#2David A. Harrison (University of Texas at Austin)H-Index: 49
Last.Jeffrey E. McGee (UTA: University of Texas at Arlington)H-Index: 12
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Entrepreneurial alertness can play a vital role in the identification and creation of opportunities involving early-stage ventures. However, the strategic function of entrepreneurial alertness in more mature organizations has not been explored. In a field study of organizations responding to an environmental disruption, we explore if entrepreneurial alertness influences decisions involving the creation and maintenance of competitive advantage. We find a direct effect of entrepreneurial alertness...
Drawing from the innovation literature, the resource-based view, and institutional theory, we explore how entrepreneurial firms find success through innovation in highly dynamic environments. Specifically, following Penrose’s (1959) approach to the resource-based view, we argue that two resource categories, creativity-related resources and management-related resources, form antecedent conditions for innovative outcomes (i.e., innovative output and innovative uniqueness). Further, we argue that i...
#1Liliana Pérez-Nordtvedt (UTA: University of Texas at Arlington)H-Index: 9
#2Debmalya Mukherjee (College of Business Administration)H-Index: 12
Last.Ben L. Kedia (U of M: University of Memphis)H-Index: 22
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Using knowledge-based view (KBV) and contingency arguments, we develop and test a model that investigates the relationship between the effectiveness and efficiency of cross-border knowledge gained from international business affiliates (IBAs) and the focal (recipient) firm’s performance. We argue that both of these dimensions of learning not only have a direct and positive effect on the performance of the focal firm but also a synergistic one. Also, we suggest that the direct and positive effect...
#1Liliana Pérez-Nordtvedt (University of Texas at Austin)H-Index: 9
#2Susanna Khavul (University of Texas at Austin)H-Index: 14
Last.Jeffrey E. McGee (University of Texas at Austin)H-Index: 12
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Even when shocks in a firm's environment are predictable, their consequences are not. Using the relocation of the Dallas Cowboys Stadium as a rich case of such a disruption, we investigate how combinations of strategic interpretation and spatial distance influence incumbent business owners' decisions to pursue temporal adaptation as a response. Temporal adaptation (TA) comprises timing rather than content changes by the firm seeking to adjust to the reconfigured environment. Survey data from 168...
#1Liliana Pérez-Nordtvedt (UTA: University of Texas at Arlington)H-Index: 9
#2Ross O’Brien (Dallas Baptist University)H-Index: 1
Last.Abdul A. Rasheed (UTA: University of Texas at Arlington)H-Index: 34
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When change occurs unpredictably and the time to react is compressed, organizations have to quickly obtain resources they do not readily have. In those situations, organizations are likely to reach out to their long-term networks (LTNs) or to activate dormant networks (DNs). But, what happens when the organization’s activities frequently change locations or when the resources needed fluctuate frequently? We argue that under such conditions, the organization can benefit by forming temporary netwo...
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