Coopetition

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Coopetition

Competition within an organization to the organization's detriment. For example, the attempt by departments in the company to maximize their own budgets may result in an inefficient allocation of resources such that the company cannot be profitable.
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It's likely that those planning on being in the top 20 have already considered many aspects of co-opetition.
Although Amazon will try to clip away the business they give to others to deliver, their incredible growth will continue to force co-opetition with the big parcel delivery firms.
Existe ya una serie de estudios para analizar el comportamiento de los participantes en redes de coopeticion; en concreto, Brandenburger y Nalebuff (1996) han introducido la tematica y el termino co-opetition en el medio academico expresando las relaciones entre empresas complementarias, concurrentes, proveedoras y clientes.
Nalebuff, Co-Opetition, Doubleday, New York, NY, USA, 1996.
The increasing influence of ICT on the shop floor will give rise to novel business scenarios of collaboration, co-opetition and competition in the industrial landscape, said Frost & Sullivan Industrial Automation and Process Control Program Manager Karthik Sundaram.
Platforms have to balance their potential for powerful cross-sided network effect related growth, with the necessity of a sustainable ecosystem via co-opetition (see also BRANDENBURGER & NALEBUFF, 1997).
Co-opetition and collaboration could perhaps spell out new routes.
We have the co-opetition relationship -- we cooperate and compete.