Organizational and competitive interactions

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  • Organizational behavior.,
  • Industrial productivity.,
  • Competition.,
  • Industrial organization.

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Statementguest editors, Rebecca Henderson and Will Mitchell.
SeriesStrategic management journal -- Vol. 18
ContributionsHenderson, Rebecca., Mitchell, Will
The Physical Object
Pagination209 p. :
Number of Pages209
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Open LibraryOL22366719M

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Henderson, Rebecca M., and Will Mitchell. "The Interactions of Organizational and Competitive Influences on Strategy and Performance." Special Issue on Organizational and Competitive Influences on Strategy and Performance.

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The aligned organization. The Lean Management Enterprise A system for daily progress. We are living through some very challenging and chaotic times for organizations as well as individuals.

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overview of the rest of this book. Finally, we examine several contextual perspectives that provide the general framework from which we can develop a more comprehensive examination of human behavior at work.

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This perspective focuses on the interactions of the people who form organizations, with the basic assumption that all people in the organization impact.

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