2 edition of Population-level learning and industry change found in the catalog.
Population-level learning and industry change
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||volume editors: Anne S. Miner, Philip Anderson.|
|Series||Advances in strategic management -- v. 16|
|Contributions||Miner, Anne S., Anderson, Philip, 1956-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||307 p. :|
|Number of Pages||307|
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Find more information about: ISBN: Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Population-Level Learning and Industry Change av Anne S Miner, Philip Anderson på : Population-Level Learning and Industry Change (Advances Population-level learning and industry change book Strategic Management) (Advances in Strategic Management) (): Baum, Glenda, Baum, Baum, Joel A.
C.: BooksCited by: 6. Book Chapters. Fruits of Failure: Organizational Failure and Population Level Learning, In Advances in Strategic Management: Population Level Learning and Industry Change, JAI Press, January (with Anne Miner, Ingo Holzinger & Pamela Haunschild).
Conference Proceedings. Using a descriptive case method, this paper explores population level learning resulting from the introduction and development of visual effects technologies in the motion picture industry.
Research implication of population-level learning. Collective Strategy and Population-Level Learning. Brief overview of collective strategy. Control of population-level learning.
A Case of Population-Level Learning in Japan. Flexibility of fixed transaction relationships. Collective strategies related to growth of local industry. Discussion. Download Citation | Global strategy and population-level learning: The case of hard disk drives | Some scholars argue that firms within the same industry engage in similar foreign investment.
a. What are the population-level result(s) that you’re trying to achieve. What do you think needs to change in order to achieve these results.
(Aim to identify ) c. Build: What hypotheses are you testing through this program/project. (Aim to identify at least 3) d. Measure: What results did the program yield.
Organizational Improvisation and Learning: A Field Study Show all authors. Anne S. Miner 1. “Industry population-level learning: Organizational, (eds.), Advances in Strategic Management: Population-level Learning and Industry Change, 1.
The change in profit is thus equal to the fall in costs associated with adopting the new technology, and profits rise by £10 per metres of cloth: In this case, the economic rent for a firm switching from B to A is £10 per metres of cloth, which is the cost reduction made possible by the new technology.
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To quantify how beneficial this “population level-learning” is, we looked at a population of more thanapps listed on the U.S. iTunes App Store market over 15 months, combined with the detailed data on rankings and consumer comments, for our paper, Collective Intelligence of Market-Categories in Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Evidence.
Examples are the application of evaluation system, execution of M&A, utilization of segment information, management of inter-firm relations, and organizational learning.
The analyses, hypotheses and conclusions presented in this book will be useful for business practitioners and scholars. Series in Social Sciences. OUP/CORE Lecture Series; OUP/Humanities Research Centre of the Australian National University Series.
4 Imperative: Capturing Opportunities from Technology, Industry, and Policy. Carolyn Thornton was at home baking on Thanksgiving day when her heart palpitations, which she had been experiencing for some time, suddenly got worse. We challenge the intuition that early periods will be marked by more variation than later periods.
We propose that ongoing organizational learning from vicarious experience, learning from direct experience and learning in the presence of population-level learning can create greater industry-level variation in learning outcomes.
the individual and population level, data is helping us reach new frontiers in how to treat patients, improve outcomes and achieve new solutions. In the Report that follows, we’ll share the key trends in health care and the way in which data is revolutionizing the industry.
While the medium variant of the UN projection sees the world population growing continuously throughout the 21st century, the IIASA medium (most likely) scenario sees the world population increase to billion in and then starts a slow decline to billion by the end of the century.
Rura-Polley, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Linking Organizational and Industry Innovation. Most innovation models work on two levels. At the organizational level, innovation is a means of organizational adaptation to changing environments.
However, organizational innovation can also be a means of industry evolution (e.g., Anderson and Tushman. Baum, Joel A.C. and Paul Ingram. "Interorganizational learning and network organizations: Toward a behavioral theory of the 'interfirm,” In Mie Augier and James G.
March (eds.), The Economics of Choice, Change, and Organization. Essays in the memory of Richard M. Cyert. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar. Kim, J. and Miner, A. () ‘Vicarious Learning from the Failures and Nearfailures of Others: Evidence from the U.S.
Commercial Banking Industry’, Academy of Management Journal, 50(2): – CrossRef Google Scholar. The healthcare industry is facing increased socioeconomic pressures. Costs are skyrocketing, populations are aging, and chronic comorbidity is becoming the norm. The system is moving from a fee-for-service to an outcomes-based marketplace, and digital technology is .CHAPTER 3 Research design, research method and population INTRODUCTION Chapter 3 outlines the research design, the research method, the population under study, the sampling procedure, and the method that was used to collect data.
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