By K. Heimeriks
Alliances have gotten an ever extra vital strategic weapon to reach many industries. This ebook describes how quite a few top businesses have succeeded in studying the best way to deal with their alliance portfolios and makes use of leading edge learn to provide recommendation on alliance administration talents.
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Its origins date back to Penrose (1959), which characterizes the firm as a collection of resources. A firm can gain competitive advantage by pursuing an effective selection of its collection of resources, also referred to as an effective resource-picking mechanism (Barney, 1986). However, in order to be able to provide for competitive advantage, resources should meet certain criteria (Peteraf, 1993). First, they should be heterogeneous, since homogeneity would not allow firms to differentiate (Williamson, 1985; Barney, 1991) nor to obtain abovemarket or Ricardian rents (Montgomery and Wernerfelt, 1997).
The description and discussion of these concepts rely on the theoretical underpinnings presented in Chapter 2 and provide the basis for the empirical analyses of this study. Chapter 4 presents the results of an empirical analysis of the influence of mechanisms on alliance performance. This analysis entails both an item-level as well as a scale-level analysis to understand how firms disperse knowledge gained in prior alliances. This, I argue, should 16 Developing Alliance Capabilities give a clear impression of what role intra-firm mechanisms play in a firm’s alliance capability.
2000). Fourth, succeeding in sustaining a competence-based advantage requires continuous development of a firm’s unique set of skills. This demands an adaptation of complex interactions between skills, organizational processes and routines (Karnoe, 1995). Although directly related, competences are different from resources and capabilities as they entail a capability to change capabilities, also referred to as a meta-capability (Henderson and Cockburn, 1994; Fujimoto, 1999). The application of the CBV to alliances has resulted in a number of contributions.
Developing Alliance Capabilities by K. Heimeriks