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  • Subject index

In this volume, contributors from the fields of both strategic management and organizational behaviour have been brought together to explore the relationship between organizational learning and competitive advantage.... In their editorial introduction, Edmonson and Moingeon trace changes within the fields of strategy and organizational development that have encouraged a more integrative approach. On the strategy side, the emergence of the "resource view of the firm" has drawn attention to the importance of firm-specific resources including knowledge and how it is acquired, as sources of competitive advantage.

Learning Processes and Competitive Advantage
Learning processes and competitive advantage

Scholars, consultants and managers who advocate organizational learning as a source of competitive advantage confront a notable lack of empirical data to support their case. The four chapters in this part are thus of particular interest, as each presents some empirical evidence to support the argument that ...

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