Learning and Knowledge Management in the Firm: From Knowledge Accumulation to Strategic Capabilities (New Horizons in the Economics of Innovation)

Dutrenit, Gabriela

Strategic management literature tends to focus on the analysis of how large innovative firms maintain, rebuild, or renew strategic capabilities. This work illustrates the complex transition process involved as firms accumulate knowledge and develop new types of knowledge management to build the primary strategic capabilities. The book addresses all areas of the process including how technological capability is initially achieved through to how the firm approaches the international technological frontier. Based on a detailed case study of a multinational Mexican firm, the book argues that there is no simple progression from the accumulation of technological capability to the management of knowledge as a strategic asset.

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