Heterogeneity in dynamic capability configurations: Equifinality and strategic performance

Carsten Gelhard, Stephan von Delft, Siegfried P. Gudergan

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Abstract

The present article outlines an approach that combines finite mixture partial least squares analysis with fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis to assess the performance impact of dynamic capability configurations, conditional on certain levels of environmental dynamism. In consideration of business model sensing, strategic learning, and strategic reconfiguring, the findings imply that these three dynamic capability processes do not necessarily co-occur; different configurations of these processes can yield superior strategic performance, conditional on the levels of environmental dynamism.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)5272-5279
JournalJournal of business research
Volume69
Issue number11
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Dynamic capabilities
Environmental dynamism
Business model
Qualitative comparative analysis
Strategic learning
Fuzzy sets
Partial least squares
Finite mixture

Keywords

  • IR-102951
  • METIS-320727

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Gelhard, Carsten ; von Delft, Stephan ; Gudergan, Siegfried P. / Heterogeneity in dynamic capability configurations : Equifinality and strategic performance. In: Journal of business research. 2016 ; Vol. 69, No. 11. pp. 5272-5279.
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Heterogeneity in dynamic capability configurations : Equifinality and strategic performance. / Gelhard, Carsten; von Delft, Stephan; Gudergan, Siegfried P.

In: Journal of business research, Vol. 69, No. 11, 2016, p. 5272-5279.

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