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abstractOrganizational ambidexterity (i.e., the ability to pursue exploratory and exploitative
innovation simultaneously) is crucial to firm survival. In this study we explore how multiunit
firms might develop ambidextrous organizational units in response to environmental
demands. We examine how env
abstractThis study explores how organizational antecedents affect potential and realized absorptive
capacity. Our study identifies differential effects for both components of absorptive capacity.
Results indicate that organizational mechanisms associated with coordination capabilities (i.e.
abstractBalancing and synchronizing exploration and exploitation is fundamental to the competitive success of firms in dynamic environments. Despite the importance of reconciling exploration and exploitation within organizations, however, relatively little empirical research has examined this challe
abstractBACKGROUND: In epidemiological studies on physical workloads and back
complaints, among the important features in modelling dose-response
relations are the measurement strategy of the exposure and the nature of
the dose-response relation that is assumed. AIM: To evaluate th
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