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Multiunit Organization and Multimarket Strategy (Advances in Strategic Management)

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Published by JAI Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic theory & philosophy,
  • Microeconomics,
  • Strategic planning,
  • Management - General,
  • Executive Management,
  • Marketing Management,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Organizational learning,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Organizational behavior,
  • Marketing - General,
  • Business & Economics / Management,
  • Industrial management

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJoel A. C. Baum (Editor), Henrich R. Greve (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9506819M
    ISBN 100762307218
    ISBN 109780762307210

    Volume Multiunit Organization and Multimarket Strategy Volume The New Institutionalism in Strategic Management Volume Geography and Strategy Volume Business Strategy over the Industry Lifecycle Volume Strategy Process Volume Ecology and Strategy . Reciprocal threats in multimarket rivalry: Staking out “spheres of influence” in the U.S. airline industry. Strategic Management Journal 20(2): Gimeno J, Jeong E. Multimarket contact: Meaning and measurement at multiple levels of analysis. In J.A.C. Baum and H.R. Greve (eds.), Multiunit Organization and Multimarket Strategy.

    Henrich R. Greve, The intent and extent of multimarket contact, Strategic Organization, 4, 3, (), (). Crossref Javier Gimeno and Eui Jeong, Multimarket contact: meaning and measurement at multiple levels of analysis, Multiunit Organization and Multimarket Strategy, /S(01), (). In J.A.C. Baum and H.R. Greve (eds.), Multiunit Organization and Multimarket Strategy: Emerald, New York, NY. Gimeno J, Woo CY. Hypercompetition in a multimarket environment: The role of strategic similarity and multimarket contact in competitive de-escalation. Organization Science 7(3): Gimeno J, Woo CY.

    DIVISIONAL MULTIMARKET CONTACT WITHIN AND BETWEEN MULTIUNIT ORGANIZATIONS ARTURS KALNINS University of Southern California The theory of multimarket contact has important but uninvestigated implications for interactions among a firm's divisions because divisions often meet and even compete in multiple geographical and product markets. The multimarket strategy perspective claims the importance of patterns of competitive rivalry and structures of markets in which MUMM organizations are embedded. The multiunit organization perspective, on the other hand, asserts that patterns of organizational learning are an important ingredient for our understanding of competitive advantage.


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Multiunit Organization and Multimarket Strategy (Advances in Strategic Management) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Research traditions studying multiunit systems include the multimarket perspective, which has used commitment and mutual forbearance theory, and the multiunit perspective, which has used learning and knowledge transfer theory.

These perspectives are interdisciplinary, but to date there has been little direct interaction among by: Introduction: A multiunit, multimarket world; Ethnic links, location choice and performance: A test of the rural motel industry; Beyond multimarket contact to mutual forbearance: pursuit of multimarket strategy; Tradeoffs in the organization of production: Multiunit firms, geographic dispersion and organizational learning.

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Researchers have noted the prominence of the MUMM organizational form, and have investigated it from two perspectives, namely the perspective of the ‘multiunit organization’, which draws on learning and knowledge transfer theory, and the perspective of ‘multimarket strategy’, which leans instead on commitment and mutual forbearance theory (Greve & Baum, ).

These perspectives have different implications for the role of the MUMM organizations Cited by: Request PDF | Multiunit organization and multimarket strategy: The dynamics of market entry and commitment | Recent work on multiunit-multimarket (MUMM) firms has shown that the market entry.

Multiunit organization and multimarket strategy: the dynamics of market entry and commitment Author links open overlay panel Henrich R. Greve a Hitoshi Mitsuhashi b Show moreCited by: Multiunit organization and multimarket strategy: the dynamics of market entry and commitment Recent work on multiunit-multimarket (MUMM) firms has shown that the market entry behavior of these firms is influenced by learning processes and by opportunities for reduced competition with firms that have a high degree of multimarket contact.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link); https://pure. Abstract.

Multipoint (or multimarket) competition describes a situation where firms compete simultaneously across multiple products or markets, and competitive actions taken in one market trigger reactions in other markets. Although multipoint competition provides more opportunities for competitive interactions and retaliation, paradoxically it results in less intense rivalry owing to mutual.

What is Multi-Market Strategy. Firms adopting multi-marketing strategy compete with each other in several distinct geographical markets. Such firms carefully avoid other firms serving the entire market with differentiated products.

Multimarket competition has intensified with globalization. Multi-market strategy has 2 main consequences. Multiunit organization and multimarket strategy. [Joel A C Baum; Henrich R Greve;] -- A conspicuous feature of the modern economy is the multitude systems include the multimarket perspective, which has used commitment and mutual forbearance theory, and the multiunit perspective, which.

Network Strategy, Volume 25; Real Options Theory, Volume 24; Ecology and Strategy, Volume 23; Strategy Process, Volume 22; Business Strategy over the Industry Lifecycle, Volume 21; Geography and Strategy, Volume 20; The New Institutionalism in Strategic Management, Volume 19; Multiunit Organization and Multimarket Strategy, Volume Why are there So Many Multiunit Organizations.

Henrich R. Greve. Strategic Organization 1: 1, Share. Share. Social Media () Multiunit Organization and Multimarket Strategy. Advances in Strategic Management, Vol. Oxford: Elsevier. Google Scholar. Cyert, Richard M. and March, James G. () A Behavioral Theory of the. Theoretical perspectives on multiunit organization and multimarket strategy are interdisciplinary, with contributions from management, economics and sociology in each one, but little interaction.

booktitle = "Multiunit Organization and Multimarket Strategy", van Wegberg, M & van Witteloostuijn, AStrategic management in the new economy: Modern information technologies and multichannel contact strategies. in Multiunit Organization and Multimarket Strategy. Advances in Strategic Management, vol.

18, JAI Press, pp. We advance a complementary perspective for multiunit-multimarket firms in which the action performance linkage operates at the market-unit level (i.e. within a specific geographic product or service market), and strategic actions within a market-unit are assumed to affect all other firms participating in that market-unit.

Multiunit organization and multimarket strategy. [Joel A C Baum; Henrich R Greve;] -- A conspicuous feature of the modern economy is the multitude of multiunit systems that operate in several markets - an organizational form that arguably rivals the "M-form" as the 20th century's most.

Multiunit organization and multimarket strategy: the dynamics of market entry and commitment Scandinavian Journal of Management, Vol. 20, No. Divisional Multimarket Contact within and Between Multiunit Organizations. The multimarket-strategy perspective asserts the importance of patterns of competitive rivalry and structures of markets in which MUMM organizations are embedded.

The multiunit-organization perspective, on the other hand, asserts that patterns of organizational learning are an important ingredient in our understanding of competitive advantage. Strategic management in the new economy: Modern information technologies and multichannel contact strategies van Wegberg, M.

& van Witteloostuijn, A.,MULTIUNIT ORGANIZATION AND MULTIMARKET STRATEGY. AMSTERDAM: Elsevier, p. 42 p. (ADVANCES IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: A RESEARCH ANNUAL; vol. 18). title = "Multiunit organization and multimarket strategy: The dynamics of market entry and commitment", abstract = "Recent work on multiunit-multimarket (MUMM) firms has shown that the market entry behavior of these firms is influenced by learning processes and by opportunities for reduced competition with firms that have a high degree of multimarket contact.Advances in strategic management.

Other Title: Resource-based views of the firm vA () Interorganizational relations and international strategies vB () Integral strategy: integration as focus vB () Challenges from outside the mainstream vA () Challenges from within the mainstream vB () Embeddedness of strategy v () Organizational learning and .Strategic management in the New Economy: modern information technologies and multichannel contact strategies Published in Advances in strategic management: multiunit organization and multimarket strategy, -