Building companies that are able to develop new competencies while exploiting existing capabilities
What is it about?
This research studies the evolutionary process from a traditional to an ambidextrous multi-business-unit organization (MBUO), identifying along the way the determinants of success, to ultimately propose an executive-oriented comprehensive model toward divisionalized ambidexterity. The research answers critical questions relating to the weight of innovation in MBUO ambidexterity, the requisite means and aims of the structural and contextual determinants of success, the role of top management, and the strategic need for balance between internal and external congruence in an incessantly changing and unpredictable business environment
Why is it important?
The value of the research to human resource management knowledge lies in its focus on multiunit business ambidextrous evolution; and in its consequential scientiﬁ cally founded practical elucidations of executive worth. Equally importantly, though, the ﬁ ndings transcend theoretical constrictions to provide an in-context business perspective through a comprehensive system that considers also strategic and environmental realities.
The following have contributed to this page: Demetris Vrontis, Professor Alkis Thrassou, and Dr HELA CHEBBI
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