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Identifying and Classifying the Determinant Factors of Knowledge Transfer in Strategic Alliances

Identifying and Classifying the Determinant Factors of Knowledge Transfer in Strategic Alliances

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  • Knowledge-based activities are the basis of sustainable competitive advantage in today‚Äôs economy. Resource- and knowledge-based theorists claim that firms should focus on the creation and accumulation of knowledge-based competencies in order to yield long-term survival. Research has shown that inter-firm cooperative agreements provide opportunities for knowledge transfer, knowledge access and learning. Nevertheless, no study has offered a comprehensive perspective on the important factors that influence efficiency and effectiveness of knowledge transfer through inter-firm alliance. I should say you this paper was written almost 6 months ago and surely there are many thing that could complete the idea and the content of it. Because nobody can ignore the effect of continuous learning.
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    • 1. Identifying and Classifying the Determinant Factors of Knowledge Transfer in Strategic Alliances Hamid MAZLOOMI KHAMSEH ERPI-INPL Nancy, CERAM Business School Dominique JOLLY CERAM Sophia Antipolis
    • 2. Main Knowledge Related Researches on Strategic Alliances (SA)
      • Inter-firm knowledge as a source of competitive advantage
      • Knowledge as conducive to alliance formation
      • Knowledge creation through alliance
      • Knowledge absorption through alliance
      • Collaborative knowledge
      • Knowledge as determinant of alliance evolution
    • 3. Importance of the subject
      • Need for a comprehensive list of affecting factors of KT (knowledge transfer) through alliances ( the aim of this paper ).
      • Considering the differences of factors in different typology of alliances ( possible future research topic ).
    • 4. Knowledge Transfer in SAs: affecting factors
      • The nature and features of required or transferred knowledge
      • Absorptive capacity of partners
      • Reciprocal behavior of partners
      • The nature of alliance activity
      • Required mechanisms and considerations according to the knowledge.
      • Learning capability of firm that is related to its knowledge base.
      • Interfirm relationship management and managerial actions related to learning.
      • Organizational learning purpose.
    • 5. The nature and characteristics of required or transferred knowledge
      • Tacit versus explicit knowledge
      • Simple versus complex knowledge
      • Core and peripheral knowledge
      • Pooled knowledge complementarity
    • 6. Absorptive capacity of partners
      • Prior Relationship between partners
      • Relatedness of transferred knowledge with existing knowledge base
    • 7. The reciprocal behavior of partners
      • Level of knowledge protection by partners
      • Learning intent
      • Trust
    • 8. The nature of alliance activity
      • Exploration
      • capability to do news things
      • Vs .
      • Exploitation
      • to do existing things better
    • 9.  
    • 10. Thank you for listening