C. Chet Miller

Wake Forest University - Babcock Graduate School of Management

P.O. Box 7659

Winston-Salem, NC 27109-7659

United States

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Scholarly Papers (3)

1.

The Paradox of Stretch Goals: Organizations in Pursuit of the Seemingly Impossible

Academy of Management Review, Vol. 36, No. 3, pp. 544–566, July 2011
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 28 Oct 2010 Last Revised: 03 Aug 2011
Duke University-Fuqua School of Business, University of Colorado at Denver - Business School, Wake Forest University - Babcock Graduate School of Management, affiliation not provided to SSRN and Duke University - Fuqua School of Business
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organizational learning, performance, organizational goals, stretch goals, organizational cognition, exploratory search, change, innovation, risk taking

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Determinants of Executive Beliefs: Comparing Functional Conditioning and Social Influence

Hong Kong University of Science & Technology Business School Research Paper, Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 20, pp. 763-789, 1999
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 23 Aug 2007
University of Auckland Business School, Rice University, Jones Graduate School of Business, Wake Forest University - Babcock Graduate School of Management and University of Texas at Austin - McCombs School of Business
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executive beliefs, functional background, social information processing, upper-echelon team

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The Stretch Goal Paradox: Audacious Targets are Widely Misunderstood and Widely Misused

Harvard Business Review, Vol. 95, No. 1, 2017
Posted: 13 Dec 2018
Sim B. Sitkin, C. Chet Miller and Kelly E. See
Duke University-Fuqua School of Business, Wake Forest University - Babcock Graduate School of Management and University of Colorado at Denver - Business School

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extreme goals, aspirations, learning, performance