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"Perceptions of Organizational Effectiveness over Organizational Life Cycles" written by Kim S. Cameron and David S. Whetten, posits a theory regarding organizational effectiveness criteria change as firms develop along the life cycle continuum. Induced from observations obtained from a simulation game, the Cameron and Whetten theory is applied in this article to two real organizations, Wendy's and McDonald's, with the intention of demonstrating that this theory is applicable in "real life" situations.
DeMicco, Frederick J.
"Organizational Effectiveness Along Life-Cycle Stages: A Comparison Of Wendy's And McDonald's,"
2, Article 4.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/hospitalityreview/vol4/iss2/4