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Top management team diversity : positive in the short run, but negative in the long run?

Top management team diversity : positive in the short run, but negative in the long run?

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BOERNER, Sabine, Marius LINKOHR, Sabine KIEFER, 2011. Top management team diversity : positive in the short run, but negative in the long run?. In: Team Performance Management: An International Journal. 17(7/8), pp. 328-353. ISSN 1352-7592. Available under: doi: 10.1108/13527591111182616

@article{Boerner2011manag-16849, title={Top management team diversity : positive in the short run, but negative in the long run?}, year={2011}, doi={10.1108/13527591111182616}, number={7/8}, volume={17}, issn={1352-7592}, journal={Team Performance Management: An International Journal}, pages={328--353}, author={Boerner, Sabine and Linkohr, Marius and Kiefer, Sabine} }

Linkohr, Marius Top management team diversity : positive in the short run, but negative in the long run? Purpose – This paper aims to investigate the moderating role of top management team (TMT) longevity on the TMT diversity-firm performance relationship.<br />Design/methodology/approach – The paper presents results from a quantitative longitudinal study of 59 TMTs in German companies in different industries.<br />Findings – For age diversity, dominant educational background diversity, and diversity in dominant industry experience, the curvilinear moderating effect of TMT longevity on the TMT diversity–firm performance relationship is confirmed. However, for organizational tenure diversity, the form of the moderating effect is contrary to expectations (being u-shaped).<br />Research limitations/implication – In line with previous studies, the results were sensitive to the performance measures in use. Furthermore, the results should not be generalized since they may be sensitive to the sector under study and the small sample size.<br />Originality/value – First, a curvilinear moderating effect of TMT longevity on the TMT diversity-firm performance relationship is investigated for the first time. Second, although the selected diversity dimensions have been investigated in previous TMT studies, they are examined simultaneously for the first time. Third, this study analyzes TMTs of large and medium-sized German corporations operating in a variety of sectors. Fourth, relating demographic data on TMTs collected in 2004 to performance data for the years 2004 to 2007, the present paper presents one of the few longitudinal studies in the context of TMT diversity. Boerner, Sabine Kiefer, Sabine 2012-01-18T09:28:13Z 2012-01-18T09:28:13Z 2011 Linkohr, Marius Kiefer, Sabine deposit-license First publ. in: Team Performance Management ; 17 (2011), 7/8. - pp. 328-353 Boerner, Sabine eng

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