Determinants of Hi-tech SME Performance: The Development of an Integrative Model
The paper is intended to develop an integrative framework of determinants of hi-tech SME performance: personal profile of technological entrepreneurs, firm's capability, financial dimensions and strategic dimension.
||Hi-tech SME, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, Integrative Model, Determinants of SME Performance
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 9, pp.97-112.
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Dr K.F. Chan is an associate professor of strategic management in the Department of Management and Marketing at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. His major teaching and research interests include entrepreneurship, SME development and management, strategic decision making of new and high tech ventures and strategic behavior of CEOs in PRC. He has published papers in various journals He also provided consulting advises, and management training and development to companies in Hong Kong and China on topics specifically related to new venture development, strategic planning and control, organizational performance measurement system and balanced scorecard.
Dr Theresa Lau is an associate professor in the Department of Management and Marketing at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Her research interest are in the areas of entrepreneurship, management competence and work family balance.
She has published in these areas.
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