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Author:Jacky F. L. Hong , Robin S. Snell
Data Source:[J].Asia Pacific Business Review, 2008, Vol.14 (2), pp.253-273Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This article considers power inequality in the context of cross-cultural organizational learning. A qualitative study of five Japanese subsidiaries operating in the People's Republic of China revealed that the Japanese had invested considerable effort into replicating and reinfor...
Author:Jacky F. L. Hong , Mark Easterby‐Smith , Robin Stanley Snell
Data Source:[J].Journal of Management Studies, 2006, Vol.43 (5), pp.1027-1058Wiley
Abstract:abstract Qualitative interviews and observations were conducted to study the cross‐border transfer of organizational learning systems to the subsidiaries of five Japanese manufacturing companies operating in South China. This paper develops a holistic model of the overall pr...
Author:Jacky F. L. Hong , Robin Stanley Snell
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2013, Vol.34 (3), pp.377-406SAGE
Abstract:Our nested case study shows how a China-based focal subsidiary of a Japanese MNC used various power bases to orchestrate aco-opetitive and diverse supplier ecosystem, and to drive cumulative cycles of collaborative capability development involvingsuccessive phases of capability g...
Author:Jacky F. L. Hong , Robin Stanley Snell
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2013, Vol.34 (3), pp.377-406SAGE
Abstract:Our nested case study shows how a China-based focal subsidiary of a Japanese MNC used various power bases to orchestrate aco-opetitive and diverse supplier ecosystem, and to drive cumulative cycles of collaborative capability development involvingsuccessive phases of capability g...
Author:JACKY F. L. HONG
Data Source:[J].Management Learning, 2003, Vol.34 (2), pp.259-262CrossRef
Author:Jacky F. L. Hong , Robin Stanley Snell
Data Source:[J].Organization Studies, 2013, Vol.34 (3), pp.377-406Sage国际出版集团
Abstract:Our nested case study shows how a China-based focal subsidiary of a Japanese MNC used various power bases to orchestrate a co-opetitive and diverse supplier ecosystem, and to drive cumulative cycles of collaborative capability development involving successive phases of capability...
Author:Jacky F. L. Hong
Data Source:[J].Management Learning, 2002, Vol.33 (2), pp.274-277SAGE
Author:Jacky F. L. Hong
Data Source:[J].Management Learning, 2003, Vol.34 (2), pp.259-262SAGE

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