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In management research, CEO power refers to the power that can override objections to influence key decision outcomes within the company. This power can be obtained in formal or informal ways.
2. CEO Power and Corporate Strategic Change
2.1. The Approach–Inhibition Theory of Power
2.2. The Effect of CEO Power on Corporate Strategic Change
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