Top Management Team Behavioral Integration: A Qualitative Examination Of Tmt Integration For A Strategic Stakeholder Initiative For 3 Firms In The U.S. Telecommunications Industry

Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 20:314-325 (2009)
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This paper examines how behavioral integration of top management teams may contribute to our understanding of how stakeholder initiatives become a part of a firm’s strategy. Multiple case design was used by conducting a series of interviews with the executive teams at three firms in the U.S. telecommunications industry



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