Why the Business Case Won't Save the World
Chapter 8: Finding a Working Balance Between Competitive and Communal Strategies
This paper presents a dynamic framework that describes how firms allocate limited resources between improving their competitive position relative to rivals and their communal position shared with rivals. This dynamic framework outlines how organizational field-level dynamics influence industry attractiveness and thereby alter a firm’s incentive to engage in communal strategy relative to competitive strategy
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