Strategic process in operations and environment dynamism: a brazilian - spanish comparative study
AbstractThe strategic process in operations (SPO) is influenced by the increasing environmental dynamism in the marketplace. Considering organizational knowledge as the support of the whole strategic process, managers may choose their objectives based on previous experiences. Manufacturing strategic process also allows the link between organizational knowledge and dynamic capabilities (Teece et al., 1997). Based on these aspects, this research replication presents a cross-country comparison focusing empirically some theoretical issues related to organizational knowledge and the SPO.
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Date of creation: May 2004
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Capabilities ; Environment dynamism; Operations strategy; Organizational knowledge;
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