Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
Fellow of the Strategic Management Society
Marketing, Organizational effectiveness, Management, Strategic planning and Top management are his primary areas of study. His Marketing study incorporates themes from Test, Organizational strategy and Social influence. The concepts of his Management study are interwoven with issues in Conflict management, CEO succession, Discretion and Public relations.
His Strategic planning study which covers Knowledge management that intersects with Operations management. His Top management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Diversification, Executive compensation, Team composition and Industrial organization, Vertical integration. His Strategic leadership research focuses on Hierarchy and how it connects with Upper echelons.
Donald C. Hambrick mainly focuses on Management, Public relations, Marketing, Strategic planning and Top management. His Management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of CEO succession and Discretion. His Public relations research incorporates themes from Narcissism, Upper echelons and Set.
His Marketing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Test, Organizational effectiveness and Process management. His Strategic planning research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Organizational behavior, Strategic management and Knowledge management. In his research on the topic of Top management, Principal–agent problem is strongly related with Executive compensation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Upper echelons, Public relations, Management, Cognitive psychology and Perspective. His studies in Upper echelons integrate themes in fields like Discretion, Operations management, Positive economics, Ideology and CEO succession. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Counterfactual thinking, Organizational effectiveness and Personality.
He works in the field of Public relations, focusing on Strategic leadership in particular. His studies deal with areas such as Proposition, Process management and Set as well as Management. His Cognitive psychology study also includes
Donald C. Hambrick mainly investigates Public relations, Management, Politics, Ideology and Upper echelons. His study in Public relations is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Narcissism and Econometrics. His study looks at the intersection of Management and topics like Social influence with Strategic leadership and Set.
As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Strategic leadership, focusing on Deviance and, on occasion, Top management. His Politics research also works with subjects such as
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Upper Echelons: The Organization as a Reflection of Its Top Managers
Donald C. Hambrick;Phyllis A. Mason.
Academy of Management Review (1984)
Upper Echelons Theory: An Update
Donald C. Hambrick.
Academy of Management Review (2007)
Top-management-team tenure and organizational outcomes: The moderating role of managerial discretion.
Sydney Finkelstein;Donald C. Hambrick.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1990)
The Influence of Top Management Team Heterogeneity on Firms' Competitive Moves
Donald C. Hambrick;Theresa Seung Cho;Ming Jer Chen.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1996)
Upper Echelons: The Organization as a Reflection of its Top Managers
Phyllis A. Mason;Donald C. Hambrick.
Social Science Research Network (1984)
Managerial discretion: A bridge between polar views of organizational outcomes.
Donald C. Hambrick;Sydney Finkelstein.
Research in Organizational Behavior (1987)
Strategic Leadership: Theory and Research on Executives, Top Management Teams, and Boards
Sydney Finkelstein;Donald C. Hambrick;Albert A. Cannella.
Explaining the Premiums Paid for Large Acquisitions: Evidence of CEO Hubris
Mathew L. A. Hayward;Donald C. Hambrick.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1997)
Some Tests of the Effectiveness and Functional Attributes of Miles and Snow's Strategic Types
Donald C. Hambrick.
Academy of Management Journal (1983)
It's All about Me: Narcissistic Chief Executive Officers and Their Effects on Company Strategy and Performance:
Arijit Chatterjee;Donald C. Hambrick.
Administrative Science Quarterly (2007)
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