6 edition of The Organizational Capabilities found in the catalog.
September 1, 2003
by Blackwell Publishing Limited
Written in English
|Contributions||Strategic Management Society Staff (Contributor), Jay Barney (Contributor), Iain M. Cockburn (Contributor), Wesley Cohen (Contributor), Constance Helfat (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||448|
Rather than focusing on any one individual issue, this article outlines a research program on the architecture and design of organizational capabilities. Such a program can help us explain how labor is divided and organized within and between firms and can consider the implications of the division of labor for the process of capability by: The chapter provides a theoretical framework for the analysis of organizational capabilities, underlining complementarity and interdependence among organizational routines and assets. A crucial consequence concerns what one could call the ‘competitiveness diagnostics’ of corporate performances: precisely because of the (non‐linear) interrelatedness in the contribution of the various.
This book provides a knowledge-based view to the dynamic capabilities in an organization. The author integrates two existing views on gaining competitive advantage: the Knowledge View, learn faster than competitors; and the Dynamic Capability View, renews stock of organizational : Springer International Publishing. What is Organizational Capabilities? Definition of Organizational Capabilities: Outcome of a resource integration process that is enabled and supported by knowledge. IGI Global is offering a 50% discount on all e-book and e-journals. This opportunity is ideal for librarian customers convert previously acquired print holdings to electronic.
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These findings have considerable implications for academics as well as practitioners. Finally, this study also provides directions for future research.
Keywords: dynamic capabilities File Size: KB. The objective of the current research is to determine the influence of management control system (MCS) as a package on organization performance, and organizational capabilities play an important role to explain this relationship.
Data were collected from general managers and chief financial officers from the textile industry of Pakistan to empirically test hypotheses of this by: 6. Request PDF | Organizational Capabilities | This chapter elaborates the environmental management in the aspect of organizational capabilities.
First of all, internal. This book has painstakingly but excitingly emerged from an international research project which originally grew at the International Institute of Applied System Analysis (IIASA), Laxemburg, Austria within the Technological and Economic Dynamics (TED) Project and was completed drawing on the precious support of the 'Dynacom' Project financed by the European Union (under the TSER/DG XII Programme).
Organizational Capabilities Possessing adequate capabilities is required for the successful adoption of information technology and its subsequent routinization.
Such enabling capabilities are difficult to acquire in the short term. Instead, - Selection from Current State of Big Data Use in Retail Supply Chains [Book]. In this book, the editors and a team of distinguished international contributors analyse the nature of organizational capabilities, studying how organizations do things, use their knowledge base, and diffuse that knowledge in competitive environment.
Offering both theoretical analysis and detailed evidence from a variety of individual firms and sectors, this book presents insights into the. Key Words: Knowledge-intensive firms, Organizational transformation, Dynamic capabilities, I-Ching, Creative evolution Introduction The management of organizational transformation is becoming more of an imperative as knowledge management gains acceptance as the basis of.
The book extends the capabilities approach in a critical form. In particular, it considers freedom in relation to responsibility, that is, the capacity of people to apply moral constraints to themselves.
By contrast, Sen's capability approach considers freedom as a purely functional rationality of choice. In this book, the editors and a team of distinguished international contributors analyse the nature of organizational capabilitieshow organizations do things, use their knowledge base, and diffuse that knowledge in a competitive : $ Organizational economics does not address such capabilities directly, and some have suggested that it therefore offers little insight into them.
In this essay, I argue that organizational economics can shed light on how firm capabilities are developed and by: The Malcolm Baldrige Performance Excellence Criteria, accepted throughout the world as a roadmap for world-class organizational excellence, represent a set of organizational capabilities.
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The Role of Market Orientation and Organizational Capabilities of Family Businesses on Competitive Advantage: /ch Family businesses are described as organizations owned by one or more members of the same family.
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