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Building Networked Businesses. Chapter 3. Operating and Innovating. Hierarchical Operations Entrepreneurial Operations Networked Operations . Operating and Innovating Capabilities. Operating and Innovating Capabilities. Managing and Learning Capabilities. Leading and Engaging Capabilities.

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Building networked businesses

Building Networked Businesses

Chapter 3


Operating and innovating

Operating and Innovating

  • Hierarchical Operations

  • Entrepreneurial Operations

  • Networked Operations


Operating and innovating capabilities

Operating and Innovating Capabilities


Operating and innovating capabilities1

Operating and Innovating Capabilities


Managing and learning capabilities

Managing and Learning Capabilities


Leading and engaging capabilities

Leading and Engaging Capabilities


Options for structuring market activities

Options for Structuring Market Activities


Relationships options

Transaction

Contract

Partnership

Discrete exchange of

Prior agreement governs

Shared goals and processes for

Basis of

goods, services, a

nd

exchange (e.g., service contract,

achieving them (e.g.,

Interaction

payments (simple

lease, purchase agreement)

collaborative product

buyer/seller exchange)

development)

Immediate

Usual

ly short

-

term and defined

Usually long term and defined

Duration of

by the contract

by the relationship

Interaction

Low

Low to Moderate

High

Level of

Business

Integration

Supply and demand

Terms of contract define

Interorganizational structures,

Coordination

(market)

procedures, monitoring, and

processes, and systems;

and Control

r

eporting

Mutual adjustment

Primarily one way;

One or two way;

Two

-

way (i

nteractive);

Information

Limited in scope and

Scope & amount are usually

Extensive exchange of rich,

Flow

amount;

defined in the contract

detailed information;

Low level of customization

Dynamically changing;

Customizable

Relationships Options


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