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|Titolo:||The Contingent Effects of Information Technology Capabilities on Strategic Alliances: Implications for the Resource-Based View|
|Data di pubblicazione:||9999|
|Autori interni:||ZOLLO, MAURIZIO|
|Autori:||Constantinos Lioukas; Jeffrey Reuer; Maurizio Zollo|
|Rivista:||JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES|
|Abstract:||While the resource-based view (RBV) of the firm is a widely-accepted theoretical perspective in strategy and management, little attention is devoted to the boundary conditions under which specific resources and capabilities become more valuable. In this paper, we combine the strategic alliance and information technology (IT) literatures in order to establish such boundary conditions for a particular IT capability that comes out of the RBV paradigm. We first identify interorganizational alliances as a specific strategy context in which IT capabilities are particularly valuable, and we then consider more detailed boundary conditions that can shape the value of these capabilities within the alliance context. Results from a detailed survey of strategic alliance agreements in a variety of industries show that IT capabilities generally enhance alliance performance, yet this effect also varies across different types of alliances depending on an alliance’s characteristics and the coordination and monitoring challenges they present. Specifically, we find that the performance impact of IT capabilities is greater for alliances with a non-equity governance structure as well as those involving a high degree of interdependence between partners. We discuss the implications of our findings for research on the resource-based view and especially for drawing boundary conditions for RBV.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01 - Articolo su rivista Scientifica|
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