Organizing and Evaluating Interfirm Networks : A Structurationist Perspective on Network Processes and Effectiveness

@inproceedings{Kim2002OrganizingAE,
  title={Organizing and Evaluating Interfirm Networks : A Structurationist Perspective on Network Processes and Effectiveness},
  author={W. Chan Kim and Ren{\'e}e Mauborgne and Julia Liebeskind},
  year={2002}
}
spin-offs, or holdings. We intend to show that such orEmployees are motivated intrinsically as well as extrinsically. ganizational forms are suitable only under special circumIntrinsic motivation is crucial when tacit knowledge in and bestances defined by specific aspects of knowledge and motween teams IIILIS~be transferred. Organizational forms enable tivation. In line with the knowledge-based view of the different kinds of motivation and have different capacities to firm, we distinguish… CONTINUE READING
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