Resource Recombination in Firms from a Dynamic Capability Perspective

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  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 19 December 2021
  • ISBN : 9783658356668
  • Page : 332 pages
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This book elaborates the concept of Resource Recombination in firms from a Dynamic Capability perspective. With the investigation of the role of Dynamic Capabilities in the process of innovation generation through Resource Recombination, this research addresses some existing shortcomings in the Dynamic Capability literature, where there is a crucial need to better understand the interrelationship between Dynamic Capabilities, the firm`s resource base, and innovation through Resource Recombinations. This research contributes to the resource and competence based research by developing and empirically testing a conceptual model of factors influencing Resource Recombination in firms. The principal aim of this research is to bring clarity to the notion of Dynamic Capabilities, their role and effects towards building Resource Recombinations in firms.

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Resource Recombination in Firms from a Dynamic Capability Perspective

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  • Publisher : Springer Nature
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  • ISBN : 9783658356668
GET THIS BOOKResource Recombination in Firms from a Dynamic Capability Perspective

This book elaborates the concept of Resource Recombination in firms from a Dynamic Capability perspective. With the investigation of the role of Dynamic Capabilities in the process of innovation generation through Resource Recombination, this research addresses some existing shortcomings in the Dynamic Capability literature, where there is a crucial need to better understand the interrelationship between Dynamic Capabilities, the firm`s resource base, and innovation through Resource Recombinations. This research contributes to the resource and competence based research by developing

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