ASCENSÃO E DECLÍNIO DE EMPRESAS DE SUCESSO: ESTUDO BIBLIOMÉTRICO SOBRE O PARADOXO DE ÍCARO

Marcio Augusto Lassance Cunha Filho, Eliane Herrero, Claudia Cristina Martins de Mello, Douglas Vidal

Abstract


Objetivo do estudo: Neste estudo, nosso objetivo foi examinar a extensão de artigos publicados com citações ao livro de Danny Miller (1990), O Paradoxo de Ícaro, e identificar as frentes de pesquisa atuais que usam a obra com referência.

Metodologia/abordagem: Este é um estudo bibliométrico com a técnica de pareamento bibliográfico.

Originalidade/Relevância: A identificação e compreensão dos fenômenos que podem levar algumas empresas de sucesso ao insucesso e de estudos que identifiquem e sugiram reflexões sobre o assunto encontra relevância para a pesquisa nas áreas das ciências sociais, especialmente no campo da estratégia organizacional.

 

Principais resultados: Identificamos cinco fatores que englobam os principais artigos que referenciam o livro de Miller (1990). Os temas liderança transformadora e ambiente, vantagens competitivas, recursos, processos de mudanças e percepção de oportunidades mostram as principais correntes de pesquisa que consideram e referenciam os achados de Danny Miller. Esses fatores estão voltados à pesquisa de estratégias organizacionais para a preservação da vantagem competitiva, com identificação de problemas que podem levar as empresas ao declínio.


Contribuições teóricas/metodológicas: Em nosso estudo, há uma descrição prática e detalhada do método bibliométrico com análise de citações e pareamento, utilizando a Análise Fatorial Exploratória como ferramenta para as análises. Ainda, esperamos que a descrição dos fatores possa orientar futuros pesquisadores na verificação das tendências de pesquisa sobre o tema abordado.

 

Contribuições sociais/para a gestão: A identificação e compreensão dos fenômenos que podem levar algumas empresas de sucesso ao declínio são relevantes para os gerentes e líderes organizacionais que podem, ao reconhecer fatores de perda de vantagem competitiva, elaborar outras estratégias de ação.


Palavras-chave:
Danny Miller; Paradoxo de Ícaro; declínio das empresas; estudo bibliométrico.


Keywords


Danny Miller; Paradoxo de Ícaro; declínio das empresas; estudo bibliométrico

References


Aria, M., & Cuccurullo, C. (2017). bibliometrix: An R-tool for comprehensive science mapping analysis. Journal of Informetrics, 11(4), 959-975.

Baum, J. A., & Berta, W. B. (1999). Sources, dynamics, and speed: A longitudinal behaviorial simulation of interorganizational and population-level learning. Advances in strategic management, VOL 16-1999, 16, 155-184.

Bennett, H., McCracken, M., & O’Kane, P. (2018). ‘Engage for change’ The development of a Radical Change Engagement model. Journal of General Management, 43(3), 115-125.

Block, J. H., Kohn, K., Miller, D., & Ullrich, K. (2015). Necessity entrepreneurship and competitive strategy. Small Business Economics, 44(1), 37-54.

Boal, K. B., & Schultz, P. L. (2007). Storytelling, time, and evolution: The role of strategic leadership in complex adaptive systems. The leadership quarterly, 18(4), 411-428.

Borgatti, S. P., Everett, M. G., & Freeman, L. C. (2002). Ucinet for Windows: Software for social network analysis.

Boyack, K., & Klavans, R. (2010). Co-citation analysis, bibliographic coupling, and direct citation: Which citation approach represents the research front most accurately? Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(12), 2389– 2404. doi:10.1002/asi.

Brown, J. A., Anderson, A., Salas, J. M., & Ward, A. J. (2017). Do investors care about director tenure? Insights from executive cognition and social capital theories. Organization Science, 28(3), 471-494.

Calori, R., Baden-Fuller, C., & Hunt, B. (2000). Managing change at Novotel: back to the future. Long Range Planning, 33(6), 779-804.

Chen, M. J., & Miller, D. (1994). Competitive attack, retaliation and performance: an expectancy&valence framework. Strategic Management Journal, 15(2), 85-102.

Colville, I. D., Waterman, R. H., & Weick, K. E. (1999). Organizing and the search for excellence: Making sense of the times in theory and practice. Organization, 6(1), 129-148.

Conway, J. M., & Huffcutt, A. I. (2003). A Review and Evaluation of Exploratory Factor Analysis Practices in Organizational Research. Organizational Research Methods, 6(2), 147–168. doi:10.1177/1094428103251541.

Covin, J. G., Garrett, R. P., Kuratko, D. F., & Shepherd, D. A. (2015). Value proposition evolution and the performance of internal corporate ventures. Journal of Business Venturing, 30(5), 749-774.

David, R. J., & Strang, D. (2006). When fashion is fleeting: Transitory collective beliefs and the dynamics of TQM consulting. Academy of Management Journal, 49(2), 215-233.

Efrain-García, P., & García-Zorita, C. (2016). “Desktop Scientometrics”: una metodología para el uso de datos procedentes de WoS mediante el programa estadístico R. Revista española de Documentación Científica, 39(1), 122.

Ferrier, W. J., Smith, K. G., & Grimm, C. M. (1999). The role of competitive action in market share erosion and industry dethronement: A study of industry leaders and challengers. Academy of management journal, 42(4), 372-388.

Fox-Wolfgramm, S. J., Boal, K. B., & James G.(Jerry) Hunt. (1998). Organizational adaptation to institutional change: A comparative study of first-order change in prospector and defender banks. Administrative Science Quarterly, 87-126.

Garcia, R., Calantone, R., & Levine, R. (2003). The role of knowledge in resource allocation to exploration versus exploitation in technologically oriented organizations. Decision sciences, 34(2), 323-349.

Greenwood, R., & Hinings, C. R. (1993). Understanding strategic change: The contribution of archetypes. Academy of management Journal.

Greer, C. R., & Ireland, T. C. (1992). Organizational and financial correlates of a “contrarian” human resource investment strategy. Academy of Management Journal, 35(5), 956-984.

Hair, J. F., Black, W. C., Babin, B. J., Anderson, R. E., & Tatham, R. L. (2006). Multivariate data analysis (Vol. 6).

Hambrick DC, Geletkanycz MA, Fredrickson JW (1993) Top executive commitment to the status quo: Some tests of its determinants. Strategic Management J. 14(6):401–418.

Henderson, A. D., Miller, D., & Hambrick, D. C. (2006). How quickly do CEOs become obsolete? Industry dynamism, CEO tenure, and company performance. Strategic Management Journal, 27(5), 447-460.

Hill, C. W., & Rothaermel, F. T. (2003). The performance of incumbent firms in the face of radical technological innovation. Academy of Management Review, 28(2), 257-274.

Hmieleski, K. M., & Baron, R. A. (2008). Regulatory focus and new venture performance: A study of entrepreneurial opportunity exploitation under conditions of risk versus uncertainty. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 2(4), 285-299.

Holan, P. M. D., & Phillips, N. (2004). Remembrance of things past? The dynamics of organizational forgetting. Management science, 50(11), 1603-1613.

Jarneving, B. (2005). A comparison of two bibliometric methods for mapping of the research front. Scientometrics, 65(2), 245-263.

Jayachandran, S., & Varadarajan, R. (2006). Does success diminish competitive responsiveness? Reconciling conflicting perspectives. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 34(3), 284.

Johnson, G., Yip, G. S., & Hensmans, M. (2012). Achieving successful strategic transformation. MIT Sloan Management Review, 53(3), 25.

Judge, W. Q., & Douglas, T. J. (1998). Performance implications of incorporating natural environmental issues into the strategic planning process: an empirical assessment. Journal of management Studies, 35(2), 241-262.

Julian, S. D., & Ofori‐Dankwa, J. C. (2008). Toward an integrative cartography of two strategic issue diagnosis frameworks. Strategic Management Journal, 29(1), 93-114.

Kessler, M. M. (1963). Bibliographic coupling between scientific papers. American documentation, 14(1), 10-25. Jarneving, B.

(2005). A comparison of two bibliometric methods for mapping of the research front. Scientometrics, 65(2), 245-263.

Kondra, A. Z., & Hinings, C. R. (1998). Organizational diversity and change in institutional theory. Organization studies, 19(5), 743-767.

Kotlyar, I., & Karakowsky, L. (2007). The positive side of negative framing: Examining a case of overconfidence among decision makers in a hospital merger. Management Decision, 45(6), 968-981.

Krackhardt, D., & Stern, R. N. (1988). Informal networks and organizational crises: An experimental simulation. Social psychology quarterly, 123-140.

Krueger Jr, N. (1998). Encouraging the identification of environmental opportunities. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 11(2), 174-183.

______ & Dickson, P. R. (1994). How believing in ourselves increases risk taking: Perceived self‐efficacy and opportunity recognition. Decision Sciences, 25(3), 385-400.

Lampel, J., & Jha, P. P. (2017). Inertia, aspirations, and response to attainment discrepancy in design contests. R&D Management, 47(4), 557-569.

Lamothe, L., & Dufour, Y. (2007). Systems of interdependency and core orchestrating themes at health care unit level: a configurational approach. Public Management Review, 9(1), 67-85.

Langley, A. (1995). Between “paralysis by analysis” and “extinction by instinct”. Sloan Management Review, 36, 63-63.

Le Breton–Miller, I., & Miller, D. (2006). Why Do Some Family Businesses Out–Compete? Governance, Long–Term Orientations, and Sustainable Capability. Entrepreneurship theory and practice, 30(6), 731-746.

______, _______ (2015). The paradox of resource vulnerability: Considerations for organizational curatorship. Strategic management journal, 36(3), 397-415.

Lumpkin, G. T., & Dess, G. G. (2006). The effect of ‘simplicity’on the strategy–performance relationship: A note. Journal of Management Studies, 43(7), 1583-1604.

McCain, K. W. (1990). Mapping authors in intellectual space: A technical overview. Journal of the American society for information science, 41(6), 433-443.

Meyer, A. D. (1991). What is strategy's distinctive competence?. Journal of Management, 17(4), 821-833.

Miller, D. (1990). The Icarus paradox: How excellent organizations can bring about their own downfall. Haper Business, New York, NY.

______ (1992). The Icarus paradox: How exceptional companies bring about their own demise.

______ (1996). Configurations revisited. Strategic management journal, 17(7), 505-512.

______ (2003). An asymmetry‐based view of advantage: towards an attainable sustainability. Strategic management journal, 24(10), 961-976.

______& Chen, M. J. (1994). Sources and consequences of competitive inertia: A study of the US airline industry. Administrative science quarterly, 1-23.

______ Eisenstat, R., & Foote, N. (2002). Strategy from the inside out: Building capability-creating organizations. California Management Review, 44(3), 37-54.

______ & Le Breton‐Miller, I. (2017). Underdog entrepreneurs: A model of challenge‐based entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 41(1), 7-17.

______, Eisenstat, R., & Foote, N. (2002). Strategy from the inside out: Building capability-creating organizations. California Management Review, 44(3), 37-54.

______ & Sardais, C. (2015). Bifurcating time: How entrepreneurs reconcile the paradoxical demands of the job. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 39(3), 489-512.

______ & Shamsie, J. (1996). The resource-based view of the firm in two environments: The Hollywood film studios from 1936 to 1965. Academy of management journal, 39(3), 519-543.

______ & Shamsie, J. (2001). Learning across the life cycle: Experimentation and performance among the Hollywood studio heads. Strategic Management Journal, 22(8), 725-745.

______, Steier, L., & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2003). Lost in time: Intergenerational succession, change, and failure in family business. Journal of business venturing, 18(4), 513-531.

Mintzberg, H. (1991). The effective organization: forces and forms. MIT Sloan Management Review, 32(2), 54-67.

Moulton, W. N., Thomas, H., & Pruett, M. (1996). Business Failure Path ways: Environmental Stress and Organizational Response. Journal of Management, 22(4), 571-595.

Ofori-Dankwa, J. & Julian, S. D. (2001). Complexifying organizational theory: Illustrations using time research. Academy of Management Review, 26(3), 415-430.

______, ______ (2004). Conceptualizing social science paradoxes using the diversity and similarity curves model: Illustrations from the work/play and theory novelty/continuity paradoxes. Human Relations, 57(11), 1449-1477.

Pant, P. N., & Lachman, R. (1998). Value incongruity and strategic choice. Journal of management studies, 35(2), 195-212.

Pawar, B. S., & Eastman, K. K. (1997). The nature and implications of contextual influences on transformational leadership: A conceptual examination. Academy of Management Review, 22(1), 80-109.

Powell, T. C. (1994). Untangling the relationship between strategic planning and performance: the role of contingency factors. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences/Revue Canadienne des Sciences de l'Administration, 11(1), 124-138.

Ramsey, E., Ibbotson, P., Bell, J., & Mccole, P. (2005). Internet-based business among knowledge intensive business services: some Irish regional evidence. The Service Industries Journal, 25(4), 525-545.

Reeves, T. C., Duncan, W. J., & Ginter, P. M. (2003). Strategic configurations in health services organizations. Journal of Business Research, 56(1), 31-43.

Roberts, P. W. (1999). Product innovation, product–market competition and persistent profitability in the US pharmaceutical industry. Strategic management journal, 20(7), 655-670.

______ & Greenwood, R. (1997). Integrating transaction cost and institutional theories: Toward a constrained-efficiency framework for understanding organizational design adoption. Academy of management review, 22(2), 346-373.

Schreuder, H. (1993). Timely management changes as an element of organizational strategy. Journal of Management Studies, 30(5), 723-738.

Shamsie, J., & Mannor, M. J. (2013). Looking inside the dream team: Probing into the contributions of tacit knowledge as an organizational resource. Organization Science, 24(2), 513-529.

Small, H. (1973). Co-citation in the scientific literature: A new measure of the relationship between two documents. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 24(4), 265–269.

Stopford, J. M., & Baden‐Fuller, C. W. (1994). Creating corporate entrepreneurship. Strategic management journal, 15(7), 521-536.

Thietart, R. A., & Forgues, B. (1997). Action, structure and chaos. Organization Studies, 18(1), 119-143.

Valentin, E. K. (1994). Anatomy of a fatal business strategy. Journal of management studies, 31(3), 359-382.

Vogel, R., & Güttel, W. H. (2013). The dynamic capability view in strategic management: A bibliometric review. International Journal of Management Reviews, 15(4), 426-446.

Walters, B. A., Kroll, M. J., & Wright, P. (2007). CEO tenure, boards of directors, and acquisition performance. Journal of Business Research, 60(4), 331-338.

Yeh, Q. J., & Fang, P. (2011). A resource-based analysis of organizational turnaround: The contingency role of organizational life stages. Journal of Management & Organization, 17(6), 782-796.

Yukl, G. (2009). Leading organizational learning: Reflections on theory and research. The Leadership Quarterly, 20(1), 49-53.

Zhang, C., Song, P., & Qu, Z. (2011). Competitive action in the diffusion of internet technology products in emerging markets: Implications for global marketing managers. Journal of International Marketing, 19(4), 40-60.

Zupic, I., & Čater, T. (2015). Bibliometric methods in management and organization. Organizational Research Methods, 18(3), 429-472.


Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.




Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.

Iberoamerican Journal of Strategic Management  e-ISSN: 2176-0756