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The dynamic capabilities framework analyzes the sources and methods of wealth creation and capture by private enterprise firms operating in environments of rapid technological change. The competitiveExpand
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The Dynamic Capabilities of Firms: an Introduction
An expanded paradigm is needed to explain how competitive advantage is gained and held. Firms resorting to 'resource-bas ed strategy' attempt to accumulate valuable technology assets and employ anExpand
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Disrupted Routines: Team Learning and New Technology Implementation in Hospitals
This paper reports on a qualitative field study of 16 hospitals implementing an innovative technology for cardiac surgery. We examine how new routines are developed in organizations in which existingExpand
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Science Business: The Promise, the Reality, and the Future of Biotech
Why has the biotechnology industry failed to perform up to expectations--despite all its promise? In Science Business, Gary P. Pisano answers this question by providing an incisive critique of theExpand
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The R&D Boundaries of the Firm: An Empirical Analysis
Investigates the decisions of large, established pharmaceutical companies to develop new biotechnology-based pharmaceutical products with in-house research and development (RD (2) are more likely toExpand
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Using Equity Participation to Support Exchange: Evidence from the Biotechnology Industry
In many industries, interfirm arrangements play an important role in the development, commercialization, and diffusion of technical know-how. These arrangements can involve various activities,Expand
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Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic
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Which kind of collaboration is right for you
In this article Gary P. Pisano and Roberto Verganti talk about different types of innovation collaboration. Four types of collaboration exist including an elite circle, innovation mall, innovationExpand
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The Development Factory: Unlocking the Potential of Process Innovation
Introduction - process development as a competitive weapon framework for process development the evolving nature of competition in pharmaceuticals the strategic level of process developmentExpand
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Foreign Competition and Domestic Innovation: Evidence from U.S. Patents
The competitive shock to the U.S. manufacturing sector spurred by rising China import competition could either catalyze or stifle innovation. Using three distinct sources of variation to identifyExpand
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