Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic Management is a pioneering book in business studies, one of the most succinct and in-depth examinations of dynamic capabilities, explaining both their foundations and the strategic implications they hold for both academics and practitioners in the field of business strategy, innovation, entrepreneurship and economics. In contrast to earlier works, Teece explains, using the theory of the dynamic capabilities framework, the ways in which companies shape competition itself.
Teece’s book has remained one of the most cited works in the fields of business and economics ever since its first publication in 1994.
Table of Contents
Ways in to the Text
Who Was David Teece?
What Does Dynamic Capabilites and Strategic Management: Organizing for Innovation and Growth say?
Why Does Dynamic Capabilites and Strategic Management: Organizing for Innovation and Growth Matter?
SECTION 1: INFLUENCES
Module 1: The Author and the historical Context
Module 2: Academic Context
Module 3: The Problem
Module 4: The Author's Contribution
SECTION 2: IDEAS
Module 5: Main Ideas
Module 6 Secondary Ideas
Module 7: Achievment
Module 8: Place in the Author's Work
SECTION 3: IMPACT
Module 9: The First Responses
Module 10: The Evolving Debate
Module 11: Impact and Influence Today
Module 12: Where Next?
Glossary of Terms
People Mentioned in the Text
Veselina Stoyanova is an Assistant Professor in Strategy at the Department of Strategy and Organisation in Strathclyde Business School. She holds a PhD in Management (Strategy and International Business focus) from the University of Edinburgh, and her research interests center on the process of dynamic capability development, issues of organizational change, strategic development and adaptation during times of uncertainty and complexity.
Dr Stoyanova has also worked as a consultant at Kempen Capital Management and for the Ministry of Economy and Energy of the Republic of Bulgaria.