This article unbundles the relationship between commitment and flexibility by. Between company-specific and use-specific resources This distinction proves to be valuable because firm-specific specificity does not always (nor is it always implicit) consumption-related specificity. Firm-specific resources are more than strategic use of specific resources. More broadly, helps to distinguish between these two types of specificity explain why the tension between commitment and flexibility can be easy … Read more »

This article unbundles the relationship between commitment and flexibility by. Between company-specific and use-specific resources This distinction proves to be valuable because firm-specific specificity does not always (nor is it always implicit) consumption-related specificity. Firm-specific resources are more than strategic use of specific resources. More broadly, helps explain why the tension between commitment and flexibility are slightly exaggerated the distinction between these two types of specificity: the two are not always negative actions from one another
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Pankaj Ghemawat,
Patricio Del Sol
Source: California Management Review
18 pages.
Release Date: 1 July 1998. Prod #: CMR124-PDF-ENG
Commitment to flexibility? HBR case solution

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