Ambidestreza organizacional en relaciones interorganizacionales

Palabras clave:
Relaciones empresariales, Desempeño organizacional, coexplotación, coexploración, Explotación organizacional, Organización


Miguel Ángel Solís Molina Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje SENA
Augusto Rodríguez Orejuela Universidad del Valle
Miguel Hernández Espallardo Universidad de Murcia
  • Introducción

  • Capítulo 1. Ambidestreza organizacional y desempeño: una revisión a la literatura

  • Capítulo 2. ¿Ambidestreza o especialización en explotación o exploración? El papel de la capacidad de absorción en el desempeño de la firma

  • Capítulo 3. ¿Colaborar mediante coexplotación o coexploración o por medios propios? El papel de la capacidad de alianzas en el desempeño de la firma

  • Capítulo 4. Implicaciones sobre el desempeño de la ambidestreza organizacional e interorganizacional

  • Capítulo 5. Gobierno y desempeño en proyectos de innovación de coexplotación y coexploración

  • Conclusiones

  • Anexo. Instrumento diagnóstico para la empresa

  • Referencias


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