Justification shift and uncertainty: why are low-probability near misses underrated against organizational routines?

J. Shimazoe and R. M. Burton, “Justification shift and uncertainty: why are low-probability near misses underrated against organizational routines?,” Computational and mathematical organization theory, vol. 19, iss. 1, p. 78–100, 2013.

BibTeX

@article {shimazoe2013justification,
year = {2013},
volume = {19},
title = {Justification shift and uncertainty: why are low-probability near
misses underrated against organizational routines?},
publisher = {Springer US},
pages = {78--100},
number = {1},
journal = {Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory},
biburl = {https://zeal.global/publications/justification-shift-and-uncertainty-why-are-low-probability-near-misses-underrated-against-organizational-routines},
urltitle = {justification-shift-and-uncertainty-why-are-low-probability-near-misses-underrated-against-organizational-routines},
author = {Shimazoe, Junko and Burton, Richard M}
}