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Organizational competence in an interorganizational network: a longitudinal analysis.
Margaret Elizabeth Palmer
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||465|
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Measuring network competence: some international evidence. Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 17(2/3), [ Links ] Rossignoli, C., & Ricciardi, F. (). Inter-Organizational Relationships: theories explaining inter-organizational relationships in terms of coordination and control needs (pp. ). New York: Springer ?script=sci_arttext&pid=S Abstract. This chapter presents a conceptual framework of organizational learning that integrates process models of learning (Argyris and Schon, ; Lyles, ; Nonaka, ; Ring and Van de Van, , ) with the structural models of learning (Badaracco, ; Mowery et al., ).We apply this framework by using it to analyse two published case studies on organizational learning in
I build on the literature that views clusters as venues of enhanced knowledge creation and introduce the concept of a cluster's knowledge creation capability. I then develop a model that outlines the antecedents of this concept. The model concentrates on factors that create opportunities for, enable, and increase the effectiveness of interfirm knowledge exchanges among cluster firms. These In a network of organizations, members are often faced with the problem of choosing partners for closer cooperation within this network. Consequently, network members collect information about potential partners to reach informed decisions about for instance starting new joint development projects or harvesting best ://
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We call this skill network competence. Drawing upon a sample of German mechanical and electrical engineering companies, results of a LISREL analysis reveal that network competence has a strong positive influence on the extent of interorganizational technological collaborations and on a firm's product and process innovation :// Inter-Organizational Network Studies – A Literature Review Article (PDF Available) in Industry and Innovation 18(6) August with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads' Most research on trust in interorganizational relationships focuses on a single level of analysis, typically the individual or organizational level, and treats trust as a fairly static :// Furthermore, four organizational antecedents have an impact on a company's network competence: access to resources, network orientation of human resource management, integration of The Role of a Learning Approach in Building an Interorganizational Network Aiming for Collaborative Innovation Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science August Intra-Organizational Networks, Inter-Organizational Networks, and the Impact of Central Inventors: A Longitudinal Study of Pharmaceutical Firms Article in Organization Science 21(1) November The aim of this paper was to examine the connection between interorganizational complexity and organizational accident risk.
A literature search and thematic analysis of empirical literature addressing safety issues in interorganizationally complex systems were performed and four main themes were identified: economic pressures, disorganization Scholars of the theory of the firm have begun to emphasize the sources and conditions of what has been described as “the organizational advantage,” rather than focus on the causes and consequences of market failure.
Typically, researchers see such organizational advantage as accruing from the particular capabilities organizations have for creating and sharing knowledge. In this article Inter-organizational relations and practices - formal and informal - seem to be everywhere; and the tasks of description, explanation and 'prescription' of inter-organizational arrangements and their attributes have become important scholarly :// This study examined conflict and coordination in interorganizational service delivery systems.
I developed hypotheses relating service and client characteristics to the amount and type of coordination a system used and relating structural variables to the levels of conflict being experienced. Empirical data from 15 interorganizational service delivery systems in two states found evidence In this article we offer a view that suggests that a firm's critical resources may span firm boundaries and may be embedded in interfirm resources and routines.
We argue that an increasingly important unit of analysis for understanding competitive advantage is the relationship between firms and identify four potential sources of interorganizational competitive advantage: (1) relation-specific Downloadable.
This paper proposes that a mechanism through which a firm's location in the interorganizational network influences the firm's internal innovation activities is modifying the amount of information flowing within the firm.
Exploring a firm's internal innovation activities, I hypothesized that structural centrality of an inventor in the intrafirm coinventing network is associated Governance, Power, and Mandated Collaboration in an Interorganizational Network.
This in-depth longitudinal multiple case study examines the interests and values of various organizational Interorganizational complexity and organizational accident risk: A literature review dilution of competence and organizational differences.
Data were analysed by means of thematic analysis The selection of partners is critical for the success of interorganizational projects. Based on conceptual reasoning in light of prior research, as well as illustrative empirical insights into an ongoing interorganizational project in the construction industry, we argue that partner selection practices not only target the organizational capabilities of potential partners but they themselves Taking an interorganizational perspective grounded in the Industrial Network Approach (e.g., Håkansson et al., ) and a processual view on solutions (e.g., Tuli et al., ) as starting points, this paper draws on data from an ongoing longitudinal case study in a transportation industry setting.
The firms and their solutions were analyzed network scholars have paid attention to the methodological aspects of longitudinal, qualitative network study.
For example, on the basis of a literature review, Provan et al. () raise the challenge of defining the unit of analysis (ego-networks or whole networks) and setting Exploring the effects of interorganizational and interpersonal trust on performance.
Organization Science, 9: Zajac, E. J., & Olsen, C. From transaction cost to transactional value analysis: Implications for the study of interorganizational 关键字?action=view&gid= The control variables in the first block explain approximately 24% of the variance in performance (F (3, ) =p interorganizational trust, organizational efficacy, and family firm status in order to test for an incremental increase in explained :// Oliver, A., and M.
Ebers 'Structuring conceptual fields by mapping sentences and network analysis: An example of interorganizational networks'. Paper presented at the 17th international annual Sunbelt Social Network Conference, San Diego, CA, February, Google Scholar. The Innovator's Dilemma as a Problem of Organizational Competence.
Rebecca Henderson. Search for more papers by this author.Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, (1 Harry Bouwman, René van Buuren and Timber Haaker, An organizational competence model for innovation intermediaries, European Journal of Innovation Abstract.
This paper gives a survey of insights into inter-firm alliances and networks for innovation, from a constructivist, interactionist perspective on knowledge, which leads to the notion of 'cognitive distance'.It looks at both the competence and the governance side of cognitive distance, organizations need to align cognition sufficiently to enable the fast and There are also welcomed papers about measuring effectiveness of relations in inter-organizational network of medical, real government agencies, industrial, nonprofit, educational and other entities.
In other words, we are interested in contributions that assist to perform competent analysis of effectiveness of relations in inter-organizational