Dutch Journal of Finance and Management

Revisiting Strategy and Performance Concepts in the Strategy Tripod Framework
Elnivan Souza 1 * , Sergio Forte 2, Sara Teixeira 3, Zaila Maria Oliveira 4, Sandrina Teixeira 3
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1 Christus University Center-UNICHRISTUS, Brazil
2 University of Fortaleza – UNIFOR, Brazil
3 CEOS.PP, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal
4 University of Maia-ISMAI, CEOS.PP, Aveiro University, Christus University Center, Portugal
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Dutch Journal of Finance and Management, 2023 - Volume 6 Issue 1, Article No: 21814
https://doi.org/10.55267/djfm/13422

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Reference: Souza E, Forte S, Teixeira S, Oliveira ZM, Teixeira S. Revisiting Strategy and Performance Concepts in the Strategy Tripod Framework. DUTCH J FINANCE MANA. 2023;6(1):21814. https://doi.org/10.55267/djfm/13422
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ABSTRACT
The association between Strategy and Financial Performance is commonly used in scientific research. However, the dichotomy between deliberate and emergent strategies, although already discussed by several researchers, does not have a consensus in the literature. Also, the predominant practice in the academy investigates the financial perspective of performance and usually does not consider its plural aspects. Based on this reflection, this theoretical study discusses gaps in Peng's et al. (2009) strategy framework focusing on Strategy and Performance. As a result, we propose a review of the strategy framework, incorporating four strategic stages (deliberate, delibergent, emergent, and emergerate) and plural performance. We also propose methodological research that can be performed in business strategy.
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