Collaborative Networks Development Based on the Convergence of Strategic Axes for Increasing Competitiveness
The emergence and development of collaborative networks can be analyzed from different perspectives and different levels of complexity. Collaborative networks are formed and developed as a result of the strategic axes for increasing competitiveness. The dynamics and complexity of the business environment led to the innovation of business models and to the identification of new ways to capitalize the organizational potential. The main objective behind the emergence of collaborative networks is to capitalize on the organizational potential through collaboration. Organizational progress and economic development can be achieved through innovation, knowledge and transfer of knowledge and by making the best use of the organizations’ distinctive potentials in a collaborative and synergistic manner.
Volume (Year): 15 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 (December)
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