ORGANIZATIONAL RESOURCES: OUTCOMES AND STRATEGY.
Core Competencies and the Knowledge of the Firm (M. Oliveira Junior).
Why Resources Matter: An Empirical Study of the Influence of Knowledge–Based Resources on New Market Entry (S. Marsh & A. Ranft).
The Relative Contributions of Inimitable, Non–Transferable and Non–Substitutable Resources to Profitability and Market Performance (R. Durand).
The Evolution of Strategy in a Newly Transformed Organization: The Interplay Between Strategy Development and Corporate Culture (M. Schwarz & J. Nandhakumar).
Different Industries and Different Customer Values Require Different Resources: Towards the Marriage of Strategic Positioning Theory and the Resource–Based View of the Firm (J. Wilson).
Does Sticking to the Knitting Unravel Your Corporate Reputation? (S. Carter & Wm. G. Sanders).
Getting There by Lurches: The Rugged Road to Globalization (P. Dubini & I. MacMillan).
ORGANIZATIONAL RESOURCES: DEVELOPMENT, COMMITMENT AND GOVERNANCE.
Transition Processes Towards the N–Form Corporation: Strategic Implications for Knowledge Flows (F. van den Bosch & R. van Wijk).
"Creative Destruction" or "Creative Cooperation"?: A Tale of Two Industries (F. Rothaermel).
Design as a Strategic Alliance: Expanding the Creative Capability of the Firm (B. Jevnaker & M. Bruce).
The Timing of Strategic Alliances (P. Bierly & E. Kessler).
Governance of RTransaction Cost, Resources, Inertia and Social Capital (T. Keil).
Salient Options: Strategic Resource Allocation Under Uncertainty (R. McGrath & P. Dubini).
The Influence of Leveraging Tacit Overseas Knowledge for Global New Product Development Capability: An Empirical Examination (M. Subramaniam & N. Venkatraman).
What is the Role of Performance Goals in Product Development?: A Study of Japanese Camera Manufacturers (K. Koga & A. Davila).
Unnatural Acts: Building the Mature Firm′s Capability for Breakthrough Innovation (R. Leifer & M. Rice).