A Conditional Theory of CEO Intervention and Strategic Change

December 13, 1989
According to Arvind Bhambri and Larry Greiner, research reveals that new CEOs frequently intervene to attempt major strategic change but, on average, make a minimal impact on the economic performance of their organizations.

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