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Managing in Times of Disorder

Managing in Times of Disorder
Hypercompetitive Organizational Responses

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Volume: 4

June 1998 | 584 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book demonstrates that a far-reaching shift has occurred in the venture of competition, resulting in a new organizational paradigm, defined as hypercompetition. A complex fabric of new theoretical frameworks, models, strategies, organizational forms and interdisciplinary methods are introduced and explained in the book which addresses hypercompetitive environments in a radically new way, and reveals what is necessary for business survival in these chaotic times.
Empirical Evidence
L G Thomas, III
The Two Faces of Competition
Dynamic Resourcefulness and the Hypercompetitive Shift

Greg Young, Ken G Smith and Curtis M Grimm
Austrian and Industrial Organization Perspectives on Firm-Level Competitive Activity and Performance
International Perspective
Hiroyuki Itami
Hypercompetition, Japanese Style
James L Bailey
The Paralysis of Deep Pockets
Peter Neupert
Building a Leadership Position in a Hypercompetitive Technology Market
Dong-Jae Kim and Bruce Kogut
Technological Platforms and Diversification
Tim Craig
The Japanese Beer Wars
Initiating and Responding to Hypercompetition in New Product Development

Barrie R Nault and Mark B Vandenbosch
Eating Your Own Lunch
Protection through Preemption

James Richardson
Vertical Integration and Rapid Response in the Fashion Apparel Industry
Javier Gimeno and Carolyn Y Woo
Hypercompetition in a Multimarket Environment
The Role of Strategic Similarity and Multimarket Contact on Competitive Deescalation

Henk W Volberda
Toward the Flexible Form
How To Remain Vital in Hypercompetitive Environments

Robert M Grant
Prospering in Dynamically-Competitive Environments
Organization Capability as Knowledge Creation

Gordon Walker, Bruce Kogut and Weijian Shan
Social Capital, Structural Holes and the Formation of an Industry Network
Jan Hanssen-Bauer and Charles C Snow
Responding to Hypercompetition
The Structure and Processes of a Regional Learning Network Organization

Julia Porter Liebeskind et al
Social Networks, Learning and Flexibility
Sourcing Scientific Knowledge in New Biotechnology Firms

Anne D Smith and Carl Zeithaml
Garbage Cans and Advancing Hypercompetition
The Creation and Exploitation of New Capabilities and Strategic Flexibility in Two Regional Bell Operating Companies

D Charles Galunic and Kathleen M Eisenhardt
The Evolution of Intracorporate Domains
Divisional Charter Losses in High-Technology, Multidivisional Corporations

Kenneth E Aupperle
Spontaneous Organizational Reconfiguration
A Historical Example Based on Xenophon's Anabasis

Bart Victor and Carroll U Stephens
The Dark Side of the New Organizational Forms
An Editorial Essay

Asaf Zohar and Gareth Morgan
Refining Our Understanding of Hypercompetition and Hyperturbulence

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