This is a list of articles
from the intersection of
Strategy making and Learning
Blettner DP, et al. Adaptive aspirations and performance heterogeneity: attention allocation among multiple reference points. Strategic Management Journal 36(7): 987-1005.
Gavetti G, Levinthal DA, Rivkin JW. 2005. Strategy making in novel and complex worlds: the power of analogy. Strategic Management Journal 26(8): 691-712.
Greve H. 2002. Sticky aspirations: organizational time perspective and competitiveness. Organization Science 13(1): 1-17.
Greve H. 2003. Organizational Learning from Performance Feedback. Cambridge Press, Cambridge, UK.
Kim J.-Y, Miner A. 2007. Vicarious learning from the failures and near-failures of others: evidence from the U.S. commercial banking industry. Academy of Management Journal 50(3) 687-714.
Lant TK, Milliken FJ, Batra B. 1992. The role of managerial learning and interpretation in strategic persistence and reorientation: an empirical exploration. Strategic Management Journal 13(8): 585-608.
Levinthal DA, March JG. 1993. The myopia of learning. Strategic Management Journal 14(S2): 95-112.
Nelson RR, Winter SG. 1982. An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change. Belknap Press of Harvard University Press
Ocasio W. 1997. Towards an attention-based view of the firm. Strategic Managemetn Journal 18(S1): 187-206.
Posen HE, Lee J, Yi S. 2013. The power of imperfect imitation. Strategic Management Journal 34(2): 149-164.
Strang D, Macy MW. 2001. In search of excellence: fads, success stories, and adaptive emulation. American Journal of Sociology 107(1): 147-182.