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J. Ignacio Canales

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    • 200 Citations
    20052020

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    Research Overview:

    My research focuses on the relationship and interaction between asymetric organizational players when they formualte and implement strategy. 

    I profess that organizations can be managed by strategy because in its gensis lies the capacity to bring organizational players together in coordination to internalize strategy and encourage subsequent action. 

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    Research Output

    • 200 Citations
    • 13 Article
    • 4 Other contribution
    • 1 Chapter

    Non-cognitive microfoundations: understanding dynamic capabilities as idiosyncratically refined sensitivities and predispositions

    Nayak, A., Chia, R. & Canales, J. I., Apr 2020, In : Academy of Management Review. 45, 2, p. 280-303 24 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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  • Material Conflict: MOOCs and Institutional Logics in Business Education

    Morgan-Thomas, A., Abrunhosa, A. & Canales, J. I., 2019, Materiality in Institutions: Spaces, Embodiment and Technology in Management and Organization. de Vaujany, F-X., Adrot, A., Boxenbaum, E. & Leca, B. (eds.). Springer , p. 255-279 75 p. (Technology, Work and Globalization).

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  • Encouraging emergence of cross-business strategic initiatives

    Canales, J. I. & Caldart, A., Jun 2017, In : European Management Journal. 35, 3, p. 300-313 14 p.

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    Too Comfortable in the Saddle? The Effect of CEO Tenure on Board Attributions of Poor Performance

    Zhang, Y., Buck, T., Canales, J. I. & von Delft, S., 30 Nov 2017, In : Academy of Management Proceedings. 2017, 1

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle