At 10 Pens Inc., our research is based on leading a high performance organization and a healthy nation. We use a quantitative fixed research design to study a substantial, continuous, and lasting effect of business and economic practices on organizational performance.
Our firm is established to examine the productive and desired strategic outcomes and results from investments in high performance business and economic practices. We believe that business and economics practice is a process of theory, behavior, and strategy. Our research approach has an expanded focus on (a) organizational structure, (b) leadership, and (c) strategy. We are in the business of creating a total returns to shareholders or overall stock wealth maximization through balance sheet, income statement, and statement of retained earnings or statement of cash flow management. We empirically test and validate business and economic theories based on fixed quantitative research tools or multivariate techniques. We see these techniques from the perspective of factor analysis, multidimensional scaling (MDS), and multiple regression analysis.
Beneficial and tangible effects, based on and built from our in-depth national survey of 812 samples of publicly held US firms, suggest that these practices have a significant business and economic impact on both business (market) position or strategic objectives (organizational failure and success) and near- (immediate) and long-term health, concrete, and measurable financial performance targets.
Our results indicates that an appropriate combination, adoption, and implementation of these best practices signal commitment to good strategic well-being, overall or stronger competitive strength, and exhibition of urgency or yardstick in improving financial performance for ultimate survival.
We have an in-depth analysis that confirmed the proof that there is a positive relationship between business and economic practices and organizational performance. Our results are drawn from theory, practice, and the research.
We believe that the provision of a useful complement and capabilities and in turn an appropriate combination or integration, adoption, and implementation of structural systems, powerful leadership, and strategic choices is likely to contribute most to firm performance.
On balance, our empirical works provide moderate support for strategic well being and stronger business position.