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Interorganizational relations and interorganizational strategies

Interorganizational relations and interorganizational strategies

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Published by Jai Press in Grennwich, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Strategic planning.,
  • Interorganizational relations.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementeditors, Paul Shrivastava, Anne S. Huff, Jane E. Dutton.
    SeriesAdvances in strategic management -- v. 10B
    ContributionsShrivastava, Paul., Huff, Anne Sigismund., Dutton, Jane E.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 307 p. :
    Number of Pages307
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22406033M
    ISBN 101559387270, 155938851X

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Interorganizational relations and interorganizational strategies book type of interorganizational relationship, and other forms of organizational collaboration and linking together, represent an increasingly common strategy for the survival and growth of corporations as they seek to defend against competitive attack, enter into new markets, and gain access to developing technologies.

Interorganizational. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Macro and strategic perspectives on interorganizational linkages: A comparative analysis and review with suggestions for reorientation / Ellen R.

Auster --Commentary / Charles R. Schwenk --Recreating and extending buyer-supplier links. Ebers, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1 Interorganizational Relationships and Networks.

The study of interorganizational relationships and networks focuses on the antecedents, patterns, content, forms, and outcomes of longer-term ties among organizations, be they suppliers, customers, competitors, or other entities. Advances in Strategic Management: Interorganizational Relations and International Strategies (Advances in Strategic Management Series) [Shrivastava, Paul, Huff, Anne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Advances in Strategic Management: Interorganizational Relations and International Strategies (Advances in Strategic Management Series)Author: Paul Shrivastava. The results of this dissertation indicate that top managers make intentional interorganizational adjustments, that the level of firm organizational adjustment is significantly related to the level of firm interorganizational adjustment, and that hierarchical interorganizational strategies provide greater flexibility than market- like : Kurt A.

Heppard. Interorganizational communication describes the structures, forms, and processes created by the exchange of messages and the co-creation of meaning among organizations and their stakeholders.

In this article we offer a view that suggests that a firm's critical resources may span firm boundaries and may be embedded in interfirm resources and routines. We argue that an increasingly important unit of analysis for understanding competitive advantage is the relationship between firms and identify four potential sources of interorganizational competitive advantage: (1) relation-specific Cited by: In book: Managing Inter-Organizational Relations (pp) Our study finds that interorganizational relations are ‘nested’ in that a relationship plays out over an interpersonal network.

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36, /2. This chapter deals with roles and ways of interorganizational communication systems. Prior to the subject, author refers to three topics related to the subject: what are interorganizational relationships, strategic alliances, and interorganizational order to understand interorganizational networks, the author utilizes Barnard's theory of cooperative system and formal organization.

Interorganizational ambidexterity implies a simultaneous development of exploration and exploitation supported on interorganizational relations (Kauppila,Kauppila, ). Parmigiani and Rivera-Santos () introduced the concepts of co-exploration and co-exploitation to describe two constituent elements of an interorganizational : Mercedes Úbeda-García, Enrique Claver-Cortés, Bartolomé Marco-Lajara, Patrocinio Zaragoza-Sáez.

Introduction. During the past decade, organizational theorists, business consultants, and telecommunications managers and vendors have directed our attention to the strategic role that information can play in the competitive strategy of firms (see for example, Bradley, Hausman & Nolan, ; Keen, ; Porter & Millar ).Throughout the s, widely discussed case examples Cited by:   The literature suggests many factors determining the interorganizational trust, but our results, based on research conducted in 53 companies operating in Poland, grouped them into three different variables: the level of trust in a particular group of partners from the value network, the general trust in a potential partner, and the general Author: Dagmara Lewicka, Agnieszka Zakrzewska-Bielawska.

In his review of the literature on interorganizational relations, which focuses on resource procurement and allocation, political advocacy, and organizational legitimization, Galaskiewicz (, p. ) fi nds that coalition building around political advocacy is dependent on linkages to the community.

The proliferation of giant multi-organizational agencies in the last decade has fostered a rethinking of inter-organizational interactions. By synthesizing emerging planning theories with the most recent research in the field, How Organizations Act Together offers a unique and comprehensive perspective on how modern organizations interact.

From missions to the moon to management and modern 5/5(1). T his article completes a trilogy on interorganizational cooperation—with a focus on the joint force perspective.

The first article discussed civilian perspectives from across the U.S. Government and their challenges in working with the military and highlighted the potential benefits of enhancing unity of effort throughout the government.

1 The second article presented humanitarian. The interorganizational network as a political economy. Administrative Science Quarterly,20, – Google Scholar; Blau, Blau P. Exchange and power in social life. New York: Wiley, Google Scholar; Cook, Cook K.

Exchange and power in networks of interorganizational relations. Sociological Quarterly,18, 62 Cited by: Hence, their analysis makes it difficult to hypothesize about the ultimate effects of interorganizational networks on the relations between firms.

We explicitly focus on two variables not well developed in the previous literature: the relative openness of the network infrastructure, which has its effects by reducing the costs of adding new Cited by: Several interorganizational formations emerge when organizations search for new efficiencies and competitive advantages while avoiding both market uncertainties and hierarchical rigidities.

The classification in Table 1 presents thirteen basic forms of interorganizational relations appearing in the theoretical and research literatures.

Drawing upon the transaction costs economics, organization theory and information systems literatures, we hypothese three sets of key influences: (1) factors exogenous to the relationship, i.e., the characteristics of the environment within which the relationship operates, and factors endogeneous to the relationship including (2) economic and Cited by: Interorganizational learning is likely to be hindered by lack of either motivation or ability to absorb and communicate knowledge between the partner organizations.

The dynamics of power, opportunism, suspicion, and asymmetric learning strategies can constitute processual barriers to Cited by: Abstract. The focus of this review is on research related to the interaction of organizations with one another or their environment and with the contribution of this interorganizational relations (IOR) research to the understanding of the structure and decision making in by: 2.