Systematic review: an analysis model for measuring the coopetitive performance in horizontal cooperation networks mapping the critical success factors and their variables
Several strategies have been developed for micro-enterprises and small enterprises in relation to their competitiveness enhancement. In recent years, one of the most widespread strategies has been the formation of horizontal cooperation networks (HCNs), based on the evolutionary development of coopetition. This study aimed to support and validates an analysis model developed by Petter (Modelo para análise da competitividade de redes de cooperação horizontais de empresas, Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná, UTFPR, Ponta Grossa, 2012 ), in order to point out which are critical success factors (CSF), and their variables which influence the coopetition performance of a HCN under aspects of cooperation and competitiveness. A systematic review supported by Sampaio and Mancini (Revista Brasileira de Fisioterapia 11(1):83–89, 2007 ) was used to measure the status quo of published journals related to the subject, among several databases. A large informational gap was found concerning the development of methods and tools, as well as subsidies. Regarding the raise of publications found inside the scope, 18 CSF, 52 variables were mapped correlating them with 144 indicators, therefore, supporting and validating the proposed model of analysis. Copyright Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2014
Volume (Year): 53 (2014)
Issue (Month): 1 (August)
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