Does Agent Style Matter in Organizational Decision Making Performance?
journal contributionposted on 01.01.1993 by Zhiang Lin, Kathleen Carley
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In this paper, we will examine, from a mezoperspective, how agent style (proactiveness or reactiveness) affects organizational performance. We are particularly concerned with the effect of time pressure on the performance of organizations composed of either proactive or reactive agents.