Managing Service Innovation and Interorganizational Relationships for Firm Performance

  title={Managing Service Innovation and Interorganizational Relationships for Firm Performance},
  author={Andreas Benedikt Eisingerich and Gaia Rubera and Matthias Seifert},
  journal={Journal of Service Research},
  pages={344 - 356}
An increasing body of research suggests interorganizational relationships as being critical to the financial performance of firms. Similarly, innovation has been considered a key driver of the growth and success of firms. However, little work has examined how the extent firms' interorganizational relationship commitment and diversity influence their innovation focus and performance. In this article, the authors show that diverse interorganizational relationships reduce the positive impact of… 

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