Charles A. O'Reilly

Stanford University - Graduate School of Business

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Stanford, CA 94305-5015

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Ambidexterity as a Dynamic Capability: Resolving the Innovator's Dilemma

Stanford University Graduate School of Business Research Paper No. 1963
Number of pages: 62 Posted: 06 Apr 2007
Charles A. O'Reilly and Michael Tushman
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Harvard University - Organizational Behavior Unit
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leadership, organizational change, competitive advantage, organizational design, strategic implementation

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Organizational Ambidexterity: Past, Present and Future

Academy of Management Perspectives, Forthcoming, Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Working Paper No. 142, Stanford University Graduate School of Business Research Paper No. 2130; Stanford University Graduate School of Business Research Paper No. 13-1
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 28 Jun 2013 Last Revised: 13 Nov 2013
Charles A. O'Reilly and Michael Tushman
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and Harvard University - Organizational Behavior Unit
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How Leadership Matters: The Effects of Leadership Alignment on Strategic Execution

Stanford GSB Research Paper No. 1895
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 15 Jun 2005
Charles A. O'Reilly, David Caldwell and Jennifer Chatman
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business, Santa Clara University and University of California, Berkeley - Haas School of Business, Organizational Behavior & Industrial Relations Group
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Strategic implementation, leadership, organizational change, change management

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Women's Careers: The Impact of Sex and Gender Identity on Career Attainment

Stanford GSB Working Paper No. 1775(R)
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 09 Apr 2003
Charles A. O'Reilly and Olivia A. O'Neill
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and University of Georgia - Department of Management
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Are Narcissistic CEOs All That Bad?

Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Working Paper Forthcoming
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 11 Oct 2021
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business, Stanford University - Graduate School of Business, Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and University of Chicago - Booth School of Business
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Corporate governance, CEO personality, CEO narcissism, Big Five personality, Five Factor Model, Narcissistic Personality Inventory, NPI, ESG, governance quality, compensation, pay equity, board of directors, survey, corporate governance research

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Setting the CEO'S Pay: Economic and Psychological Perspectives

Stanford GSB Research Paper No. 1912
Number of pages: 53 Posted: 20 Sep 2005
Charles A. O'Reilly and Brian G. M. Main
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and University of Edinburgh
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economics of organizations, human resources management, power and influence, executive compensation, corporate governance

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The Effects of Relational Demography and Person-Culture Fit on Group Process and Performance

Stanford GSB Working Paper No. 1728(R)
Number of pages: 37 Posted: 27 Apr 2005
Hillary Anger Elfenbein and Charles A. O'Reilly
Washington University in St. Louis, Olin School of Business and Stanford University - Graduate School of Business
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Economic and Psychological Perspectives on CEO Compensation: A Review and Synthesis

Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 675-712, 2010
Posted: 04 Jun 2010
Charles A. O'Reilly and Brian G. M. Main
Stanford University - Graduate School of Business and University of Edinburgh

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