Charles Williams
Charles Williams
Associate Professor of Strategy, Bocconi University
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Transfer in context: Replication and adaptation in knowledge transfer relationships
C Williams
Strategic management journal 28 (9), 867-889, 2007
Growing pains: Pre‐entry experience and the challenge of transition to incumbency
PL Chen, C Williams, R Agarwal
Strategic Management Journal 33 (3), 252-276, 2012
Focusing firm evolution: The impact of information infrastructure on market entry by US telecommunications companies, 1984–1998
C Williams, W Mitchell
Management Science 50 (11), 1561-1575, 2004
Structural knowledge: How executive experience with structural composition affects intrafirm mobility and unit reconfiguration
S Karim, C Williams
Strategic Management Journal 33 (6), 681-709, 2012
Comparing evolutionary and contingency theory approaches to organizational structure
C Williams
Designing Organizations, 41-56, 2008
Sticky knowledge: Barriers to knowing in the firm
JT Mahoney, C Williams
Academy of management review 28 (4), 679-681, 2003
Growing pains: The effect of pre-entry experience on impediments to growth
PL Chen, C Williams, R Agarwal
Strategic Management Journal 33 (3), 252-276, 2012
Is Unit Spanning by Executives Associated with Strategic Change?
C Williams, S Karim
Boston U. School of Management Research Paper, 2013
Structural Responses to Strategic Change: Flexibility and Inertia after Market Entry
C Williams, W Mitchell
Slowed Hand: How Information Infrastructure Shapes Firms’ Structural Responses to Strategic Change
C Williams, W Mitchell
Unpublished paper, 2004
Managing Interdependence: An Agent-Based Model of Adaptation in Centralized and Decentralized Systems
C Williams
A Window on the World: How Firm Information Structure Shapes Business Evolution of US Telecommunications Companies, 1984-1998
C Williams, W Mitchell
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