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Managing all quarters of the compass? How internally oriented managerial networking moderates the impact of environmental turbulence on organizational performance

van den Bekerom, P., Torenvlied, R. & Akkerman, A., 2016, In : American review of public administration. 46, 6, p. 639-659 21 p.

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van den Bekerom, P., Torenvlied, R., & Akkerman, A. (2016). Managing all quarters of the compass? How internally oriented managerial networking moderates the impact of environmental turbulence on organizational performance . American review of public administration, 46(6), 639-659. https://doi.org/10.1177/0275074015571123

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van den Bekerom, Petra ; Torenvlied, René ; Akkerman, Agnes. / Managing all quarters of the compass? How internally oriented managerial networking moderates the impact of environmental turbulence on organizational performance . In: American review of public administration. 2016 ; Vol. 46, No. 6. pp. 639-659.

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van den Bekerom, P, Torenvlied, R & Akkerman, A 2016, 'Managing all quarters of the compass? How internally oriented managerial networking moderates the impact of environmental turbulence on organizational performance ', American review of public administration, vol. 46, no. 6, pp. 639-659. https://doi.org/10.1177/0275074015571123

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Managing all quarters of the compass? How internally oriented managerial networking moderates the impact of environmental turbulence on organizational performance . / van den Bekerom, Petra; Torenvlied, René; Akkerman, Agnes.

In: American review of public administration, Vol. 46, No. 6, 2016, p. 639-659.

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van den Bekerom P, Torenvlied R, Akkerman A. Managing all quarters of the compass? How internally oriented managerial networking moderates the impact of environmental turbulence on organizational performance . American review of public administration. 2016;46(6):639-659. https://doi.org/10.1177/0275074015571123


BibTeX

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