La trajectoire organisationnelle et l’enracinement du savoir. L’étude de cas d’un cluster
Research works haven’t yet shed much light on the performance of organizational trajectory, which is considered a crucial competitive asset for businesses. The aim of this publication is to highlight the link between knowledge embeddedness, the longitudinal evolution of a cluster, and the performance of its consequential trajectory. Embedded knowledge may very well influence the performance of the trajectory. We put forward a conceptual model and a case-study carried out with a regional cluster. Our research has led us to highlight some types of managerial behaviour supporting the embedded knowledge which will ensure a long-lasting performance of the cluster.
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