Consultants in the Cupboard: How Type and Timing of Third-Party Involvement Affects Team Strategic Decision Outcomes

January 26, 2001
Cristina B. Gibson and Todd Saxton explain that despite the widespread involvement of third parties such as consultants in organizational decision making, little empirical research has explored the effect of these individuals on team outcomes.

Please Sign In

This content is available only to members and requires a valid login. If you are already a member, please log in first, after which you will return to this post.

Register For Complimentary Premium Access

Register for complimentary premium access to our working papers, editorials and webinars. It takes under 30 seconds. .