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The SMS blackwell handbook of organizational capabilities

The SMS blackwell handbook of organizational capabilities
emergence, developement, and change

  • ISBN: 9781405103046
  • Editorial: Blackwell Publishing
  • Lugar de la edición: Oxford. Reino Unido
  • Colección: Strategic Management Society
  • Encuadernación: Cartoné
  • Medidas: 24 cm
  • Nº Pág.: 438
  • Idiomas: Inglés

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How do the resources and capabilities of organizations emerge and develop over time? This handbook brings together scholars of strategic management, economics, history, organizational theory, international business, and technology management in order to address this question. Many of the contributions present new theoretical or empirical material which enhances our understanding of how organizational resources and capabilities evolve. Others offer thought-provoking commentary on current streams of research. Several themes recur throughout the volume, including: the role of geographic location and social networks; the influence of managerial mindset; and the co-evolution of resources and capabilities with other factors, including products. The chapters are organized according to a time line of resource and capability evolution. This body of work provides a firm basis for future research and practice, promoting a better understanding of why firms, industries, technologies, and even entire economies fare well or poorly INDICE 1. Stylized Facts Regarding the Evolution of Organizational Resources and Capabilities: Constance E. Helfat, Dartmouth College. Part I: Emergence of Resources and Capabilities: 2. Dominance by Birthright: Entry of Prior Radio Producers and Competitive Ramifications in the U.S. Television Receiver Industry: Steven Klepper, Carnegie Mellon University, and Kenneth L. Simons, University of London. 3. The Nature, Sources, and Consequences of Firm Differences in the Early History of the Semiconductor Industry: Daniel Holbrook, Marshall University, Wesley M. Cohen, Carnegie Mellon University, David A. Hounshell, Carnegie Mellon University, and Steven Klepper. 4. Superstores and the Evolution of Firm Capabilities in American Bookselling: Daniel M. G. Raff, University of Pennsylvania. 5. Commentary on Papers by Klepper and Simons, by Holbrook et. al, and by Raff : Keith Pavitt, University of Sussex. 6. Imprinting and the Evolution of Firm Capabilities: Dan


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