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Management and Organization Theory: A Jossey-Bass Reader by Jeffrey A. Miles

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Dynamic Capabilities Theory

Dynamic capabilities theory examines how firms integrate, build, and reconfigure their internal and external firm-specific competencies into new competencies that match their turbulent environment (Teece, Pisano, & Shuen, 1997). The theory assumes that firms with greater dynamic capabilities will outperform firms with smaller dynamic capabilities. The aim of the theory is to understand how firms use dynamic capabilities to create and sustain a competitive advantage over other firms by responding to and creating environmental changes (Teece, 2007).

Capabilities are a collection of high-level, learned, patterned, repetitious behaviors that an organization can perform better relative to its competition (Nelson & Winter, ...

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