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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This prospective dimension is currently reinforced by the development of "clean technologies" which develop among other things, through collaboration between firms in a context where they can be in partial or total "coopetition".
Tsai, W., 2002, "Social Structure of Coopetition within a Multiunit Organization: Coordination, Competition, and Intraorganizational Knowledge Sharing." Organization Science, 13, 179-190.
Dahl (2014) expanded this concept and proposed a dynamic process in the strategy that can change the goals and purposes of the development of coopetition.
He explained that this is where the concept of coopetition comes in: The provinces may probably still compete among themselves but then they will have to think bigger.
This new approach to order management not only breaks down the traditional barriers between digital and brick-and-mortar commerce it also creates a coopetition opportunity for brands and retailers to come together and better serve their customers.
Zheng, "Emergent collective behaviors on coopetition networks," Physics Letters A, vol.
They are 1.) unexpected consequences; 2.) the concept of a business: if MHCs are to become more business-like, this concept is certainly relevant; 3.) the concept of an investment portfolio, particularly that of the property holdings and their returns; 4.) the idea of strategy--intended and emergent; and 5.) coopetition, the simultaneous pursuit of cooperation and competition among firms.
Coopetition also involves risks related to opportunistic behavior and lack of trust when it helps improve innovation [9].
Global Opportunities for Entrepreneurial Growth: Coopetition and Knowledge Dynamics Within and Across Firms
The purpose of the Alliance is to foster "coopetition" (cooperative competition) between all of our members.
These are very special times and the traditional notion of competition is gradually losing relevance...now we are heading towards "coopetition".
As TSMC is also keen on making deployments in advanced packaging technologies, it will continue to maintain coopetition relationships with local OSATs," an industry source was quoted as saying.