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Strategic Renewal of Activity Systems : A Model for Interdependence Characteristics

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abstract In recent years, the phenomenon of activity systems has come to the forefront of strategy research. Previous scholars have identified interdependencies between activities as crucial to understand the strategic renewal of such complex systems. However, extant literature provides surprisingly few distinct dimensions of interdependence that characterize activity systems and influence strategic renewal success. Hence, drawing on strategic renewal literature and complexity science,
we propose distinct interdependence dimensions to describe activity systems more holistically and derive a theoretical model on their role in times of strategic renewal.
   
type conference paper (English)
   
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name of conference SMS 30th Annual International Conference (Rome, Italy)
date of conference 12-9-2010
title of proceedings Strategic Management at the Crossroads
page(s) 1
publisher SMS Strategic Management Society (Chicago)
review double-blind review
   
citation Albert, D., Kreutzer, M., & Lechner, C. (2010). Strategic Renewal of Activity Systems: A Model for Interdependence Characteristics. In Strategic Management at the Crossroads, pp.1. Chicago: SMS Strategic Management Society.