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Commanding board of director attention: investigating how organizational performance and CEO duality affect board members' attention to monitoring
CS Tuggle, DG Sirmon, CR Reutzel, L Bierman
Strategic management journal 31 (9), 946-968, 2010
5942010
Attention patterns in the boardroom: How board composition and processes affect discussion of entrepreneurial issues
CS Tuggle, K Schnatterly, RA Johnson
Academy of Management Journal 53 (3), 550-571, 2010
4872010
Dynamic creation: Extending the radical Austrian approach to entrepreneurship
TH Chiles, CS Tuggle, JS McMullen, L Bierman, DW Greening
Organization Studies 31 (1), 7-46, 2010
2102010
Shareholder influence over director nomination via proxy access: Implications for agency conflict and stakeholder value
JT Campbell, TC Campbell, DG Sirmon, L Bierman, CS Tuggle
Strategic Management Journal 33 (12), 1431-1451, 2012
1372012
The philosophical foundations of a radical Austrian approach to entrepreneurship
TH Chiles, DM Vultee, VK Gupta, DW Greening, CS Tuggle
Journal of Management Inquiry 19 (2), 138-164, 2010
972010
Antecedents of new director social capital
S Johnson, K Schnatterly, JF Bolton, C Tuggle
Journal of Management Studies 48 (8), 1782-1803, 2011
952011
An exploratory study of how potential “family and household capital” impacts new venture start-up rates
P Rodriguez, CS Tuggle, SM Hackett
Family Business Review 22 (3), 259-272, 2009
882009
Revisiting the rigor–relevance relationship: An institutional logics perspective
TA Paterson, PD Harms, CS Tuggle
Human Resource Management 57 (6), 1371-1383, 2018
182018
CEO DUALITY AND BOARD ATTENTION TO MONITORING AND CONTROL.
CS TUGGLE, CR REUTZEL, L BIERMAN
Academy of Management Proceedings 2008 (1), 1-6, 2008
172008
From seats at the table to voices in the discussion: Antecedents of underrepresented director participation in board meetings
CS Tuggle, DG Sirmon, CJ Borgholthaus, L Bierman, AE Bass
Journal of Management Studies 59 (5), 1253-1283, 2022
112022
From seats at the table to voices in the discussion: Exploring the effects of proportional representation and prestige on minority directors’ participation in board meeting …
CS Tuggle, DG Sirmon, L Bierman
Conference on Corporate Governance, Missouri University, Columbia, 1-47, 2011
102011
Reining in activist funds
T Woidtke, L Bierman, C Tuggle
Harvard Business Review 81 (3), 22-23, 2003
102003
Attending to opportunity: An attention-based model of how boards of directors impact strategic entrepreneurship in established enterprises
CS Tuggle
Texas A&M University, 2004
82004
Examining ethnic entrepreneurship: an exploratory study of how ‘family capital’impacts new venture start-up rates across ethnic groups
P Rodriguez, CS Tuggle, SM Hackett
Family Business Review 22 (3), 259-272, 2009
72009
EXPLORING HOW DIRECTORS'PRIOR EXTRA-AND INTRA-INDUSTRY BOARD EXPERIENCES AFFECT THE FORMULATION OF FUNCTIONAL STRATEGIES.
DG SIRMON, D FRASER, CS TUGGLE, KT HAYNES, BG BARADWAJ
Academy of Management Proceedings 2008 (1), 1-6, 2008
62008
Competing from the board room: How the board affects a firm’s competitive dynamics
MC Withers, D Sirmon, C Tuggle, CM Carnes
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 11575, 2014
42014
I’m not the executive that I used to be: Understanding causes and consequences of personality change in the upper echelons
JV White, PD Harms, CJ Borgholthaus, CS Tuggle
Journal of Business Research 167, 114152, 2023
32023
A multilevel model of minority director participation linking board diversity and firm performance
C Tuggle, D Sirmon, L Bierman, AE Bass
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 10687, 2014
22014
Playing Different Games: A Dual Tournament Theory of Executive Promotions
CM Carnes, CJ Borgholthaus, C Tuggle, NE Dimotakis
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 10330, 2020
12020
Commentary: Decision Diversion in Diverse Teams: Findings from Inside a Corporate Boardroom
L Bierman, CS Tuggle
Academy of Management Discoveries 3 (4), 425-427, 2017
12017
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