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Strategic Networks

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216 pages
This book explores the creation of 'learning networks' and sheds light on how they function:- real versus virtual forms of interaction, collaboration versus competition in the learning process, and joint value creation versus individual value appropriation in networks.
  • Written by international experts in the field of global strategy.
  • Contributions have been selected for their insights and interdependence between organizational learning and networks.
  • Looks at topics such as real versus virtual forms of interaction, collaboration versus competition in the learning process, and joint value creation versus individual value appropriation in networks.
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Contents
Notes on Contributors List of Figures List of Tables Foreword Yves Doz Acknowledgments
Introduction Thomas Durand and Michael Gibbert 1 Knowledge Types and Knowledge Management Strategies Hari Bapuji and Mary Crossan 2 Learning to Compete or Struggling to Survive? Objectives and Outcomes of Scale and Link Alliances Pierre Dussauge, Xavier Castañer, and Bernard Garrette 3 Teaching in Supplier Networks LarsErik Gadde and Håkan Håkansson 4 On the Challenges of Buyer–Supplier Collaboration in Product Development Projects Stephan M. Wagner and Martin Hoegl 5 Observing the Learning Process in an Interfirm Team Thomas Durand 6Consocia et impera: How French and Italian Fabric Producers Cooperate to Conquer the “Dominant Design” in the Fashion Industry Diego Rinallo, Francesca Golfetto, and Michael Gibbert 7 Online Social Networks and Knowledge Exchange Siyuan Huang and Gerardine DeSanctis 8 Bramble Bushes in a Thicket: Narrative and the Intangibles of Learning Networks Cynthia F. Kurtz and David J. Snowden
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Competing and Collaborating in Networks: Is Organizing Just a Game? Max Boisot and Xiaohui Lu Networks and Some Limits to Managing Them J. C. Spender
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