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Interfunctional rivalry and the use of market information by R&D managers

Elliot Maltz

Interfunctional rivalry and the use of market information by R&D managers

the effects of managerial actions

by Elliot Maltz

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Published by Marketing Science Institute in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marketing -- Management,
  • Research, Industrial -- Management,
  • Marketing research,
  • Industrial management

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    Other titlesInterfunctional rivalry and the use of market information by R and D managers
    StatementElliot Maltz, William E. Souder, Ajith Kumar
    SeriesReport -- no. 99-123, Report (Marketing Science Institute) -- no. 99-123
    ContributionsSouder, Wm. E., Kumar, Ajith, 1955-, Marketing Science Institute
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p. :
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15300514M

    In this paper we present a framework, the rivalry matrix, outlining a range of viable approaches which businessmen, modelers, and consultants can use to frame problems and issues in competitive rivalry. We then discuss the rationale of each of the. Abstract. Technological change is a cumulative process in which each development opens up new opportunities for innovation. A major issue for those concerned with growth in a market economy is the ability of the economic system to respond accurately and rapidly to these new by: 2.

    Competitive Advantage in Technology Intensive Industries advantage on both levels, with higher perceived value created than Firm A, with, at the same time, lower costs to produce the good or by: How should we understand why firms exist? A prevailing view has been that they serve to keep in check the transaction costs arising from the self-interested motivations of individuals. We develop in this article the argument that what firms do better than markets is the sharing and transfer of the knowledge of individuals and groups within an by:

      Audretsch et al. do not find any evidence of direct competition between large firms and small firms (more specifically, they suggest that small-firm profits are independent of large-firm profits). In contrast, Nickell () is able to detect evidence of inter-firm competition on productivity growth in his analysis of large UK manufacturing by:   Intensity of Rivalry Main Industry LOW Sub Industries MODERATE Competitors Honeywell General Electric DuPont Johnson & Johnson Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.


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Interfunctional rivalry and the use of market information by R&D managers by Elliot Maltz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Interfunctional rivalry and the use of market information by R & D managers: the effects of managerial actions. [Elliot Maltz; Wm E Souder; Ajith Kumar]. Rivalry reduces trust, thereby lowering the perceived quality of the information being shared, and in turn reducing the propensity of R&D personnel to use market information in decision making.

Thus, even information perceived as relatively valuable may not be used in organizations where R&D sees marketing as a competitor for scarce resources. Summarizes 10 presentations and 1 discussion session on the management of information and knowledge, collection and use of market knowledge, and emerging challenges and research questions.

Reports Interfunctional Rivalry and the Use of Market Information by R&D Managers: The Effects of Managerial Actions. Maltz, E., Souder, W.E. and Kuma r, A. () ‘Influencing R&D/ma rketing integration and the use of market information R&D managers: inte nded and unintended eff ects of managerial.

International R&D Rivalry and Industrial Strategy Barbara J. Spencer, James A. Brander. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment, International Finance and Macroeconomics This paper presents a theory of government intervention which provides an explanation for "industrial strategy" policies such as R&D or export subsidies in.

R&D cooperation can restore the standard duopoly outcome. It does so by reducing the threat R&D rivalry imposes on the current product market. Thus, cooperative R&D may increase welfare in the pre-innovation market, a virtue not yet recognized in the literature.

The first stage actions are interpreted as output or pricing decisions in this by: 2. plans and R&D efforts, job postings that provide However, interfunctional rivalry can impede. artifacts indicating high and low market orientation, and market-oriented behaviors.

On the. ) The Total Quality Management movement of the late '80s effectively resulted in the economy-wide replacement of the silo organizational structure with that of internal partnering.

Start studying Competitive Rivalry and Competitive Dynamics. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. If market share gained is "sticky" R&D leads to differentiated products.

This article bridges two important subjects in strategy: competitor analysis and interfirm rivalry. Through a refined conceptualization of competitor analysis, the article introduces two firm-specific, theory-based constructs: market commonality, developed from the literature on multiple-point competition, and resource similarity, derived from the resource-based theory of the firm.

The joint Cited by:   This research investigates the link between rivalry and unethical behavior. We propose that people will be more likely to engage in unethical behavior when competing against their rivals than when competing against non-rival competitors.

Across an archival study and a series of experiments, we found that rivalry was associated with increased unsporting behavior, use of deception, and Cited by: Rivalry among competitors is fierce. If one company falters even the slightest bit anywhere along the value chain, other competing companies will enter and capitalize on the transfer of market share.

For example, in the first quarter ofDell had % of the total global market share, which is up from % in the fourth quarter of Improving the Development, Acceptance, and Use of New Technology: Organizational and Interorganizational Challenges ROSABETH MOSS KANTER Implementation of technological innovation rests largely on readiness for change, and change is not always received positively.

Downloadable. This paper presents a theory of government intervention which provides an explanation for "industrial strategy" policies such as R&D or export subsidies in imperfectly competitive international markets. Each producing country has an incentive to try to capture a greater share of rent-earning industries using subsidies, but the subsidy-ridden international equilibrium is jointly.

I N S T I T U T E F O R D E F E N S E A N A LY S E S IDA Document D June The Impact of Organizational Rivalry on the Defense Industrial Base: Discussion Summary James R. Dominy, Project Leader Brandon R.

Gould R. William Thomas Log: H Approved for Author: James R Dominy, Brandon R Gould, R W Thomas. Strategic Management Download PDF. 58 downloads Views 7MB Size Report.

Where those designations appear in this book, and the publisher was aware of a trademark claim, the designations have been printed in initial caps or all caps. Research and Development (R&D) Issues Management Information Systems (MIS) Issues Game theoretic modeling.

Game theory is the analysis of rational behavior in situations involving interdependence of outcomes (when my payoff depends on what you do) (Camerer, ).As it is concerned with the formal analysis of conflict and cooperation among intelligent and rational decision-makers, game theory is an especially useful way to trace the likely reactions of organizations Cited by: The objective of this book is to assist managers to evaluate and select the most appropriate manufacturing method or methods for their needs.

The book does not pretend to supply a single technique for selection, but rather proposes several techniques. The new competitive landscape presents new issues, new concepts, new problems and new challenges. This essay examines the broad nature of the technological changes that are occurring and identifies some of the important implications of these changes for strategic management.

Strauss, ‘Tactics of Lateral Relationships: The Purchasing Agent’, Administrative Science Quarterly (Sept. ); G. Strauss, ‘Work-Flow Frictions, Interfunctional Rivalry and Professionalism: A Case Study of Purchasing Agents’, Human Organisations, vol.

23 () pp. – CrossRef Google Scholar. Downloadable! The much-studied relationship between domestic rivalry and export performance consists of those supporting a national-champion rationale, and those supporting a rivalry rationale. While the empirical literature generally supports the positive effects of domestic rivalry, the national-champion rationale actually rests on firmer theoretical ground.• Competitive Rivalry (Individual firms) ØMarket commonality and resource similarity ØAwareness, motivation and ability ØFirst mover incentives, size and quality • Competitive Dynamics (All firms) ØMarket speed (slow -cycle, fast-cycle, and standard-cycle) ØEffects of market speed on actions and responses of all competitors in the marketFile Size: KB.Forecast is directly a projection of anticipated sales.

It is thus independent of how the market itself grows or changes. Market share is a derivative of the combined effects of sales forecast and change in the volume of total market. Market share is an important driver for the process of strategy formulations.