Joaquín Alegre

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a r t i c l e i n f o Nowadays it is commonly accepted that exploiting external knowledge sources is important for firms' innovation and performance. However, it is still not clear how this effect takes place and what internal capabilities are involved in the process. We propose to open the black box between external knowledge search strategies, and(More)
In this work we examine the relationship between knowledge management practices and export intensity from the dynamic capabilities perspective. Building on a theoretical review of the literature, we argue that knowledge management dynamic capabilities act as a mediating variable in this relationship. Based on a sample of 183 companies in the ceramic tile(More)
This theoretical paper makes a preliminary attempt to integrate the – so far usually disconnected – literatures on: (i) linking human resource (HR) practices and innovation performance, (ii) assessing organizational learning (capability) (OL/C), (iii) linking HR practices and OL(C), or (iv) linking OL(C) and innovation. We clearly distinguish between(More)
Joaquín Alegre is Associate Professor at University of Valencia (Spain) where he teaches subjects related to strategy and innovation management. He holds a PhD in Management from University Jaume I. In 2002, he was a visiting researcher at INSEAD (Fontainebleau, France). His research interest focuses on organizational learning, knowledge management and(More)