Organizational Buying Behavior
Poster: Organizational Buying and Innovation Adoption Under Share of Wallet ContractsApr 15, 2019 Navid Mojir, Harvard University
Navid Mojir explores the impact of “share of wallet” contracts on purchasing decisions and how they can potentially speed up diffusion of innovation in the context of a medical device market.
Dynamic Effects of Intrafirm Relational Strategies and Relational Structures on PerformanceSep 6, 2017 Danny P. Claro, Carla S. D. Ramos, Gabriel Gonzalez, and Robert W. Palmatier, 2017, 17-120-09
A dynamic perspective offers valuable information about the influence of intrafirm relationships on relationship marketers’ (RM) sales performance. Study 1 uses a longitudinal sample (three-year period) of relationship managers from a single firm and Study 2 uses a sample of RMs across three industries.
Dynamic Effects of Service Transition Strategies on B2B Firm Value: Tradeoffs in Sales, Profits, and Cash FlowMay 4, 2016 Mehdi Nezami, Stefan Worm, and Robert W. Palmatier, 2016, 16-108
Many B2B manufacturers are transitioning to services, but do they understand the performance effects of adding more service offerings? Using data on 525 manufacturers, this study looks at how service transitions affect sales growth, profitability, and cash flow volatility.
2016 Best Paper Looks at Consequences of Customer EngagementApr 16, 2016
MSI's 2016 Best Paper investigates how customer engagement can alter—not simply augment—existing customer–company bonds. Conor Henderson, Lena Steinhoff, and Rob Palmatier examine how customer engagement initiatives interact with customer loyalty mechanisms that underlie ongoing business exchanges.
Partnering with the FrenemyFeb 12, 2016
Webinar featuring Sandy Jap, Emory University
Partnering holds the promise of all things good, so why do business partnerships and alliances fail so often?
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