A Focused Issue on Fundamental Issues in Competence Theory Development
This volume of "Research in Competence-Based Management" focuses on a range of fundamental issues in developing competence-base theory and in undertaking competence-based research intended to contribute to management theory development. The first papers in this volume revisit and reappraise a number of foundational competence ideas, concepts, and research themes to suggest a number of conceptual distinctions and clarifications that would be useful in further theory development. Following papers assess the areas in which restatements or extensions of current competence theory may be needed or would be useful. The final papers in the volume address the ways in which research undertaken within the competence perspective interfaces with the broad stream of theorizing and research conducted in strategy and management.
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FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES IN A COMPETENCEBASED
RETHINKING TRADITIONAL VALUE CHAIN LOGIC
FORCES IN STRATEGY FORMATION
PLATFORM FOR ADVANCING RESEARCH
A PRAGMATIC AND INTERPRETIVE APPROACH
THE ROLE OF FLEXIBILITY IN STRATEGIC
COEVOLUTIONARY COMPETENCE IN THE REALM
Academy of Management activities actors ADSL analysis approach assets Austrian Economics Barney Barney’s business management capability investments coevolutionary competence cognitive collective competence competence management competence mode competence perspective Competence-Based Management competence-based theory competence-related competitive contexts complexity coordinated core proposition create value decision-making deﬁned deﬁnition dynamic capabilities economic empirical enable environment evolutionary ex ante ﬁeld ﬁndings ﬁrm ﬁrm’s resources ﬁrst ﬂexibility Freiling fundamental goals Hamel Harvard Business Review Hudson’s Bay Company identiﬁed identify individual competences inﬂuence interactions internal internationalization process knowledge management processes managerial intentionality Mintzberg models organization organizational learning organizational proﬁles Prahalad primitive entities RBV’s resource-based resource-based view resources and capabilities Ron Sanchez Sanchez & Heene scientiﬁc self-organization signiﬁcant sources of sustained speciﬁc strategic logic Strategic Management Journal strategically valuable resources strategy formation suggest sustained competitive advantage theoretical value chain value creation Volberda VRIO framework