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Managing different types of innovation: Mutual reinforcing management control systems and the generation of dynamic tension
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-11-17)
Using a single case study of a highly innovative medical device company engaged in two types of innovation (technological and customer-oriented), this paper examines the nature of the relationship between mutually reinforcing ...
Audit quality threatening behaviours: perceptions of auditees
(Irish Accounting and Finance Association, 2015)
Previous research has found that audit staff engage in audit quality threatening behaviours (QTB). Auditee personnel interact with audit staff during fieldwork, and their perceptions of QTB are reported in this paper. ...
Simons' levers of control framework: Commensuration within and of the framework
Abstract Purpose Despite extensive adoption of Simons’ Levers of Control (LoC) framework, there is still considerable diversity in its operationalization which impedes the coherent development of the literature and ...
Performance measurement systems as generators of cognitive conflict in ambidextrous firms
This study explores the decision-facilitating role of performance measurement systems (PMSs) in firms attempting to translate competence ambidexterity (i.e., the simultaneous pursuit of exploration and exploitation) into ...