Authors Karen Ariane Schweg , Stéphane Guérard , David Seidl (PI)

Contributing institutions
Abstract In the strategic management literature, meetings have not explicitly been considered part of the strategy process except in providing a "neutral" frame within which decision-making processes take place (Schwartzman, 1989). For example, meetings were used to study various types of decision such as budgeting decision (Hofstede, 1968), or strategic decision (Mintzberg, Raisinghani, & Theoret, 1976), but were not the main focus of researches. Contemporary work, however, suggests that meetings do ... >>