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Strategy as Balanced Evolution

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abstract In our study we address the question of how firms can create the necessary boundary conditions on the corporate strategy level to enable a balance between exploitative and explorative organizational learning. This paper thereby contributes to the rising number of studies, about the strategic and organizational context for exploitation and exploration. We develop a conceptual model of balanced evolution, suggesting speci-fic corporate development behaviours which influence exploitation and exploration as well as learning performance. In order to test the model, a set of research proposi-tions is derived from the existing literature and operationalized for empirical investi-gation.
   
type conference paper (English)
   
keywords Exploration, Exploitation, Corporate Development, Corporate Strategy, Growth, Ac-quisitions
   
name of conference 26th SMS Annual International Conference (Vienna, Austria)
date of conference 29-10-2006
title of proceedings Strategy Process: Developing Dynamic Capabilities For Change and Transformation
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citation Zimmermann, A., Raisch, S., & Knoll, S. (2006). Strategy as Balanced Evolution. In Strategy Process: Developing Dynamic Capabilities For Change and Transformation.