Strategic Administration Journal
Strat. Mgmt. J., 28: 431–453 (2007) Released online 5 February 2007 in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com) DOI: 12. 1002/smj. 597 Received twenty one July 2005; Final revision received 3 August 2006
INFLUENCES ABOUT STRATEGIC DECISION EFFECTIVENESS: CREATION AND CHECK OF AN INTEGRATIVE MODEL STATED ELBANNA1 and JOHN CHILD2 *
University of Business and Economics, United Arabic Emirates University, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates 2 Birmingham Business School, College or university of Liverpool, Birmingham, U. K. you
This paper draws upon three extensive perspectives around the strategic decision-making process to be able to develop a even more completely speciﬁed model of strategic decision efficiency in a several context, particularly Egypt. The real key variables from this model incorporate three proper decisionmaking method dimensions (rationality, intuition, and political behavior); seven moderating variables concerning decision-speciﬁc, environmental, and company factors; and strategic decision effectiveness while an result variable. A two-stage examine was conducted in which the ﬁrst stage supplied exploratory ideas and the second stage looked into hypotheses for the impact of strategic decision-making process dimensions on tactical decision efficiency and the moderating role of broader in-text variables. The second-stage examine produced three major ﬁndings: (1) equally rational and political operations appear to have more inﬂuence on strategic decision effectiveness than does pure intuition; (2) ideal decision performance is both equally process- and context-speciﬁc; and (3) specific results support the ‘culture-free' argument, while some support the ‘culture-speciﬁc' argument. Copyright 2007 Steve Wiley & Sons, Limited.
Previous research in the strategic decisionmaking process features produced several inconsistent ﬁndings. This may be due to the application of oversimpliﬁed models into a complex phenomenon. Therefore , a lot of scholars possess advocated the desirability of mixing different viewpoints of making decisions when checking out the proper decision-making process (e. g., Bateman and Zeithaml, 1989; Bryson and Bromiley, 1993; Elbanna, 2006; Schneider and Meyer, 1991). Hough and White (2003), for example , anxiety that integrative models of the strategic decisionmaking process should be used to look at Keywords: contextual variables; decision effectiveness; intuition; political tendencies; rationality; tactical decision *Correspondence to: John Child, Birmingham Business University, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, U. K. Email-based: J. [email protected] ac. uk
simultaneously the consequence of context, managerial actions, and managers' cognitions. Hitt and Tyler (1991) support the requirement to integrate different perspectives of strategic making decisions, adding that such the use would provide a much better understanding of ideal decision-making procedures. It has been contended that accounts should be taken of both equally contingency variables and environmental characteristics when examining the consequence of process variables on tactical decision-making performance. Hart and Banbury (1994: 256), for example , state that research into the link between procedure and company outcomes ‘must examine or control for key backup factors. ' They statement that empirical work on the association between your strategic decision process and organizational effects has considered a contingency perspective since the early research of Burns and Friesen (1983) and Fredrickson and
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The analysis reported in this article was as well informed with a further concern. While the ideal decision-making method appears to fluctuate between distinct countries and there is little evidence of universalism (Wilson, 2003), research on this matter is quite limited outside the United states of america and the Uk. This reﬂects ‘the overwhelming geographical bias' of work...
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