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by Andrew Inkpen

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Author:
Andrew Inkpen
ISBN13:
978-0415117067
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0415117062
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Van Nostrand Reinhold (November 1, 1995)
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Management & Leadership
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Start by marking The Management of International Joint Ventures: An Organizational Learning Perspective as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. To provide a realistic perspective of IJV management and to develop managerial implications, examples drawn from multiple sources of data are utilized throughout the book.

This is a study of international joint ventures, with emphasis on the issues between US and Japanese firms. Over the past two decades there has been a substantial increase in the formation of international joint ventures.

Over the past two decades there has been a substantial increase in the formation of international joint ventures. For many firms, JVs have become the mainstay of competitive strategy. This book examines various IJV management issues, with a particular focus on collaboration and organizational learning.

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Andrew C. Inkpen is professor of management and the J. Kenneth and Jeanette Seward Chair in Global Strategy at Thunderbird. In recent years he has been focused on the global energy industry. He is the author of a book examining automotive supplier alliances titled The Management of International Joint Ventures: An Organizational Learning Approach (Routledge) and a book on global strategy called Global Strategy: Value Creation and Advantage in the International Arena (Oxford).

Keywords Learning organization, organizational learning, knowledge management, knowledge, success .

Keywords Learning organization, organizational learning, knowledge management, knowledge, success factors/challenges Introduction The sources for achieving sustainable competitive advantage in organizations are currently preserved by organizations that have a set of resources and capacities that are difficult to imitate. In general, Inkpen and Crossan found that translating indi- vidual level learning into organizational learning is problematic because of the institu- tionalized nature of organizational routines. Board Development Practices on Public Versus Nonprofit School Boards: Is There a Difference? Article.

International Joint Ventures Economic and Organizational Perspectives will be of interest to executives, policy makers and scholars from economics, decision analysis, political science and management.

Strategy and Entrepreneurship. Inkpen A; Birkinshaw J. Biographies.

International joint ventures (IJVs) are an important type of international strategic alliance (ISA) and have been studied .

International joint ventures (IJVs) are an important type of international strategic alliance (ISA) and have been studied by scholars for decades, resultin.

Performance of international joint ventures in two Eastern European countries: The case of Hungary and .

Performance of international joint ventures in two Eastern European countries: The case of Hungary and Poland. Lyles, M. & Salk, J. E. 1996. Knowledge acquisition from foreign parents in international joint ventures: An empirical examination in the Hungarian context. Journal of International Business Studies, 27: 877–903. Makino, . & Beamish, P. W. 1998.

INTRODUCTION Because international joint ventures (IJVs) consist of three entities (two parents and the newly created entity-the joint venture organization) and these entities often have different goals and organizational climates, inter-partner conflict often exists in IJVs. This appears especially true in contexts where firms from diverse national and organizational cultures meet such as is often the case in Russian IJVs.

Over the past two decades there has been a substantial increase in the formation of international joint ventures. For many firms, JVs have become the mainstay of competitive strategy. This book examines various IJV management issues, with a particular focus on collaboration and organizational learning. A primary objective in the book is to develop some clear linkages between organizational learning concepts and learning through IJVs. To provide a realistic perspective of IJV management and to develop managerial implications, examples drawn from multiple sources of data are utilized throughout the book. The examples and comment from managers illustrate many of the concepts discussed and anchor the research in managerial practice.The book begins with an overview of JV characteristics, performance and control for a sample of Japanese-North American JVs. It then shifts to a detailed examination of learning through collaboration. The focus is on how JV partners exploit and lever alliance knowledge. Organizational dimensions shaping the learning process are considered and some of the more controversial areas in organizational learning are examined as the basis for developing a multi-level learning framework. The final issue considered is the relationship between learning, collaborative knowledge and IJV stability.