2 edition of The embeddedness of strategy found in the catalog.
The embeddedness of strategy
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||volume editors: Joel A.C. Baum, Jane E. Dutton.|
|Series||Advances in strategic management -- v. 13|
|Contributions||Baum, Joel A. C., Dutton, Jane E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 430 p. :|
|Number of Pages||430|
A volume in the series: Research in Strategic Alliances. Editor(s): T. K. Das, City University of New York. Published Managing Alliance Portfolios and Networks is a volume in the book series Research in Strategic Alliances that focuses on providing a robust and comprehensive forum for new scholarship in the field of strategic alliances. Product Information. Most work on industrial ecology continues to emphasize its roots in engineering and the technological sciences. This book differs in that it explores the social context of industrial ecology and presents empirical work addressing how cognitive, cultural, political and structural mechanisms condition the emergence and operation of industrial ecology. Granovetter, Mark. "Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness". American Journal of Sociology 91 (November): Significantly, the book also establishes a link between two important debates that have hitherto been largely disconnected: Regional studies and international business studies separately address issues that fall within the scope of the book, but do not provide an integrated analysis of the embeddedness of MNCs. This pathbreaking book goes some.
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: Advances in Strategic Management: Embeddedness of Strategy Vol 13 AB (Advances in Strategic Management) (): Baum, Joel A. C., Dutton, Jane E. In organization theory and strategy, much work on organizational embeddedness has typically emphasized the prevailing tradition: theory and empirical research demonstrate the presence of embeddedness by showing constraint on organizational actors, by conceptualizing and measuring variations in degree of embeddedness.
The third level is strategic embeddedness, which concerns a subsidiary's participation in a multinational corporation's strategy setting. We derived our concept of embeddedness from an in-depth case study. Embeddedness is not merely an outcome of the institutional setting in which a subsidiary is situated, but is a resource a subsidiary can Cited by: Power and Influence: The Embeddedness of Nations - Kindle edition by Deborah E.
de Lange. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Power and Influence: The Embeddedness of Manufacturer: Palgrave Macmillan. This book investigates whether and why social structure influences cooperative organizational strategic decision making in an international relations context.
It looks in particular at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Karolin Marx analyzes the impact of the social context, represented by the embeddedness of the initiative teams in the intrafirm network, on the performance of strategic initiatives by studying a sample of 54 corporate strategic initiatives.
The results support the significance of the social context for strategy-making. This book argues that there is no single best institutional arrangement for organizing modern societies.
Therefore, the market should not be considered the ideal and universal arrangement for coordinating economic activity. Instead, the editors argue, the economic institutions of capitalism exhibit a large variety of objectives and tools that complement each other and can not work in isolation.5/5(1).
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Title: Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness Created Date: Z. The main positive and negative features of embeddedness in the economic performance of a firm are presented. Main characteristics of ITUlrket-based rellltionships and embedded rellltionships.
Mixed embeddedness illuminates place specific analysis by drawing attention to the demand side of entrepreneurship, considering subjective experiences of need, chance and opportunity against.
Downloadable. This paper inductively derives a model that develops the concept of subsidiary embeddedness as the canvas within which subsidiary strategy can take place. Our model identifies three hierarchical levels of embeddedness: Operational embeddedness relates to the interlocking day-to-day relations.
Capability embeddedness deals with the development of competitive capabilities for. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Levels of spatial coordination and the embeddedness of institutions / Philippe C.
Schmitter -- Perspectives on globalization and economic coordination / Wyn Grant. Despite the proliferation of strategy process and practice research, we lack understanding of the historical embeddedness of strategic processes and practices.
In this article we present three historical approaches with the potential to remedy this deficiency. First, realist history can contribute to a better understanding of the historical embeddedness of strategic processes, and.
Human resource management (HRM), the management of work and people towards desired ends, is a fundamental activity in any organization in which human beings are employed.
It is not something whose existence needs to be elaborately justified: HRM is an inevitable consequence of starting and growing an organization.
This article focuses on the scope of HRM and its major subfields. Social enterprise organizations (SEOs) arise from entrepreneurial activities with the aim to achieve social goals.
SEOs have been identified as alternative and/or complementary to the actions of governments and international organizations to address poverty and poverty-related social needs.
Using a number of illustrative cases, we explore how variation of local institutional mechanisms shapes. This paper examines the role of local industrial embeddedness on economic resilience in UK Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS2) regions.
The financial crisis had a profound effect on the socioeconomic conditions of different places. UK regions had significantly divergent experiences based on their capacity to avoid or overcome the shock.
The embeddedness of transnational corporations (TNCs) in metropolitan economies has become a central issue in the research on globalization and local development.
This paper attempts to enhance understanding of FDI embeddedness by assessing TNCs' backward and technological linkages with domestic firms. This book investigates whether and why social structure influences cooperative organizational strategic decision making in an international relations context.
The Embeddedness View and Network Analysis. Deborah E. de Lange. Pages International Trade Networks. An integrated framework that takes into account the sources, mechanisms, outcomes and strategic ramifications of embeddedness is introduced. The inter-actor tradition is extended by focusing on issues of reciprocal embeddedness, the management of inter-actor relations, the role of social capital, and directions for future studies on the.
The Networks of Embeddedness Create Context. Within strategy literature, many scholars agree that a more contextualized concept of strategy would better reflect the reality of how strategy is devised (Baum & Dutton, ; Pfeffer, ). Why is embeddedness a contextual view and how does context matter to decision making.
Downloadable (with restrictions). Academic literature recognizes that firms in different countries deal with corporate social responsibility (CSR) in different ways. Because of this, analysts presume that variations in national-institutional arrangements affect CSR practices.
Literature, however, lacks specificity in determining, first, what parts of national political-economic configurations. The most notable book to date on strategy execution is Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done, by Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan.
Bossidy, a retired CEO, and Charan, a renowned management consultant, make the case for execution as a discipline or “systematic way of exposing reality and acting on it.”. Embeddedness, in social science, the dependence of a phenomenon—be it a sphere of activity such as the economy or the market, a set of relationships, an organization, or an individual—on its environment, which may be defined alternatively in institutional, social, cognitive, or cultural short, analyses using the concept of embeddedness focus on the different conditions within.
Abstract This book enhances our understanding of how states address social complexity and international embeddedness by bringing in the organizational dimension of governance. Alicia Hennig stresses that in the 21st century, we need a better idea about the diversity of thinking and philosophical approaches around the world, to inform management and business ethics.
Chinese thinking in general — and Daoism in particular — seem to offer a fruitful ground for developing management approaches or designing organizational models rooted in embeddedness.
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The Concept of Political Embeddedness. Economic sociologists have long argued that firms are embedded in ongoing networks of social and exchange relationships with other organizational actors such as suppliers, competitors, customers, and regulators (Granovetter, ).Recent development of this network perspective suggests that strategic networks can be an important source.
Marx, Karolin & Lechner, Christoph: The Role of the Social Context for Strategy Making: Examining the Impact of Embeddedness on the Performance of Strategic Initiatives. In Floyd, Steven W. (ed.): Innovating Strategy Processes. Oxford: Blackwell,S. Redundant governance structures: An analysis of structural and relational embeddedness in the steel and semiconductor industries.
Strategic Management Journal, – Google Scholar; Sakakibara M., Dodgson M. Strategic research partnerships: Empirical evidence from Asia. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, – Increasing Commitment With Job Embeddedness. To use the concept of job embeddedness, focus on.
each of the three factors. Links. Links are the connections that you have with people, activities, and institutions in your life. The embeddedness of the whole group will influence the rate at which an individual embeds himself/herself into the company as well. Let’s say, for example, if a new employee notices that very few people hang out at the optional company barbecues, this immediately signals a lack of social connections among the employees and also a lack of.
Xuanya Shi, Francis Boadu, Yifei Du Post-entry growth in scope and scale among Chinese multinational enterprises: a structural embeddedness explanation, Cross Cultural & Strategic Management ahead-of-print, -of-print ahead-of-print (Oct ).
The purpose of this study was to identify if network embeddedness and innovation performance relationship, which has been largely studied in multinational enterprises (MNEs) and large corporations, was also applicable in the context of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Secondly, the authors also sought to identify the moderating role of innovation openness in the. Strategy Discourse should ignite the necessary changes in order to achieve the desired sustainability-embeddedness outcome, and when failing to do so, we suggest it be considered an inhibitor to embeddedness [46,52,62,93,94].
Abhijit Ghosh has a PhD in Strategy and Organization from McGill University. He has been a post-doctoral fellow at McGill University. In his dissertation research, Abhijit explored the implications of embeddedness of strategy on the evolution of a social enterprise. His main areas of research interest are strategy process and social.
His research work deals with strategic management and finance, and in particular family businesses. He published numerous articles and notably the book 'Le processus d'internationalisation de l'entreprise familiale' (Editions L'Harmattan, ) about family firms’ internationalization and governance.
In this article, we apply embeddedness to the new setting of digital labour in the remote gig economy. 1 In doing so, we explore two influential elaborations of Polanyi’s original concept.
The first is the soft-Polanyi influenced network embeddedness of Granovetter (). Granovetter developed a convincing micro-level explanation of how. The rise of migrant entrepreneurship — small business activities carried out by migrants in their destination countries — has been the subject of a large body of academic research.
Over the years, the mixed embeddedness model has gained increased attention, and it has been used to study migrant entrepreneurship. After almost twenty years (), this paper examines this approach and. Extract. The brewing industry has been subject to the forces of internationalization and structural change over the past decade.
As Chapter 1 by Pedersen, Madsen and Lund-Thomsen contained in this volume suggests, the industry possessed a highly localized and fragmented character inwith only local market leaders being evident. Between organized crime and the legitimate societal context, there are usually all sorts of “interfaces,” and the relationships between legality and illegality are by no means necessarily antagonistic or aimed at avoiding one another.
Instead of operating in a social vacuum, organized crime has a habit of interacting with its social environment.