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The impact of operational structure, lateral integrative mechanisms and control mechanisms on intra-MNE knowledge transfer
This study develops and tests a comprehensive framework aimed at explaining outbound knowledge transfer at subsidiary level in multinational enterprises (MNEs). Three groups of influencing factorsExpand
Practices supporting knowledge transfer – an analysis of lean product development
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This article establishes a link between the concept of lean product development and the field of knowledge management, using a knowledge management framework developed by Nonaka and Takeuchi. Expand
Analysis and Improvement of Product Modularization Methods - Their ability to deal with complex products
In recent years, product modularization has attracted increasing interest among both practitioners and academics. To facilitate the decision-making and management of modularization in theExpand
Managerial issues in modularising complex products
Abstract Modularisation is an increasingly common strategy for many companies. However, present literature is lacking in two respects. First, it tends to focus on the positive effects ofExpand
Effects of platforms on new product development projects
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Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to investigate effects of platforms on new product development (NPD) projects. Expand
Subsidiaries, Knowledge Development and MNE Re-Investments
Scholars and policy-makers have long been interested in different methods of increasing the level of foreign direct investment (FDI). Many governments thus offer different incentives, explicit orExpand
Modularization - Not Only a Product Issue
A constantly increasing product variety forces companies to deal with complexity. Companies have adopted the concepts of platform development and modularization in order to deal with this complexity.Expand
Product modularisation and organisational coordination
Product modularisation can bring a lot of benefits, for example shorter lead-time since different modules can be developed in parallel. Existing literature proposes that by standardising interfaces,Expand
Managerial Issues in Modularizing Complex Products
Modularisation is an increasingly common strategy for many companies. However, present literature is lacking in two respects. First, it tends to focus on the positive effects of modularisation,Expand
Unpacking the Flow : Knowledge Transfer in MNCs
Multinational corporations (MNCs) are increasingly competing on their ability to utilise knowledge sourced from various parts of the world. In order to draw full advantage of a multinational presenExpand
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