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Management INK in 2013: Revisiting Research on Organizational Performance

January 8, 2014 895

orm In the spirit of reflection on 2013, we are pleased to highlight one of the most read articles of the year, “Exploring the Dimensions of Organizational Performance: A Construct Validity Study” published in  Volume 16, Number 1 (January 2013) of Organizational Research Methods. This article discusses findings which reveal that performance dimensions are not what were previously proposed by researchers and offers up new essential intelligence for the continuing assessment of organizational performance investigation.

This article is free to read for the next week! The paper by P. Maik Hamann, Frank Schiemann, Lucia Bellora, and Thomas W. Guenther can be read online in Organizational Research Methods.

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