Interorganizational Relationships and Learning

  title={Interorganizational Relationships and Learning},
  author={Nicole Kehler},
  • Nicole Kehler
  • Published 2004
Introduction In the last two decades the literature concerning interorganizational relationships (IRs), particularly strategic alliances, joint ventures, and social network analysis, has exploded. There has been a growing interest in how learning occurs in these various forms of cooperative arrangements. The nascent literature concerning learning processes in IRs suggests that learning occurs on both micro and macro levels (e.g. Knight 2002). At the micro level of analysis, inter-personal links… CONTINUE READING

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