became the signifying idea of governance.
The aim is a deeper comprehension of the scope of co-opetition
as a problem of research (Ginevicius and Krivka 2008; Liaudanskiene et al.
Several levels of co-opetition
will be required in the effort to create health care decision-support databases.
responds to the rapid pace of change in the electronics industry.
This balancing act between collaboration and competition is coined co-opetition
More than half of the alliances formed in the last few years have been between competitors, giving rise to the term co-opetition
Recently, Brandenberg and Nalebuff (1996), based primarily on game theoretic reasoning, have formalized a new analytical framework named co-opetition
which features a mindset that combines competition and cooperation.
does not start as a corporate strategy, it is born in the relationship between two people.
Adam Brandenburger coined the term co-opetition
to describe the win/win nature of these new business relationships in which elements of both cooperation and competition drive all players to produce ever increased value for their customers, consumers and shareholders.
, Boston, Harvard Business School Press.
is probably best described as a situation where vendors cooperate as much as they compete, and end up confusing themselves as much as their customers about what their real business is aside from making money.
One of the reasons is that the co-opetition
status-quo between the major Internet players and tier 1 operators is still more inclined towards service competition which doesn't incentivize them to jointly innovate in saturated markets with high penetration of mobile data and Internet services.