BEYOND LOCAL SEARCH : BOUNDARY-SPANNING , EXPLORATION AND IMPACT IN THE OPTICAL DISC INDUSTRY Running Head : “ Beyond Local Search ”

@inproceedings{Rosenkopf2000BEYONDLS,
  title={BEYOND LOCAL SEARCH : BOUNDARY-SPANNING , EXPLORATION AND IMPACT IN THE OPTICAL DISC INDUSTRY Running Head : “ Beyond Local Search ”},
  author={Lori Rosenkopf},
  year={2000}
}
Recognition of the firm’s tendency toward local search has given rise to concepts celebrating exploration that overcomes this tendency. To move beyond local search requires that exploration span some boundary, be it organizational or technological. While several studies have encouraged boundary-spanning exploration, few have considered both types of boundaries systematically. In doing so, we create a typology of exploration behaviors: local exploration spans neither boundary, external… CONTINUE READING
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