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Building Blocks for Healthy Alliance Coordination  Premium

Date: 20/03/2018 Author(s): Ariño, Africa; Andreu i Civit, Rafael Document type: Non-refereed article The case of a healthcare alliance serves to illustrate how partners can better coordinate their activities to improve their joint performance. Building on the knowledge-based view of the firm, the authors distill the microcomponents that underpin coordination at the intrafirm level, and they extend that framework to the alliance level. By knowing which ... More information   Read related article

Uncertainty, Adaptation, and Alliance Performance 

Date: 11/2017 Author(s): Jiang, Xu; Jiang, Feifei; Ariño, Africa; Peng, Mike W. Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) We conceptualize alliance adaptation as a bundle of governance-based change practices in ongoing alliances, including contractual alterations, ownership change, board change, monitoring mechanism change, and key personnel turnover. Leveraging a transaction cost perspective, we investigate how changing environmental conditions (i.e., demand uncertainty ... More information   Read related article

Strategy Lessons From Africa 

Date: 16/06/2017 Author(s): Ariño, Africa Document type: Opinion Although China and India get more attention, the less-studied continent of Africa holds important managerial insights, as Michael J. Mol (Copenhagen Business School), Christian Stadler (Warwick Business School) and I discovered when we edited a special issue of the Global Strategy Journal. What can Africa teach managers about global strategic ... More information  

Africa: The New Frontier for Global Strategy Scholars 

Date: 10/02/2017 Author(s): Mol, Michael J.; Stadler, Christian; Ariño, Africa Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Context matters in the global strategy literature. We discuss how Africa, as a setting that received limited attention in the past, offers opportunity to challenge existing theory and develop new insights. The overall goal is to ask: What will the field of global strategic management look like once we have engaged with Africa in a similar manner as ... More information   Read related article

Alliance Governance 

Date: 12/2016 Author(s): Reuer, Jeffrey J.; Ariño, Africa; Poppo, Laura; Zenger, Todd Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) More information  

Innovis Telecom: Entrepreneurial Internationalization 

Date: 06/05/2016 Author(s): Ariño, Africa; Tatarinov, Katherine Document type: Case Innovis was a telecom services start-up founded in 2010 in India. Due to certain government regulations banning the import of telecom equipment from China, Innovis managers saw that the survival of the company was at risk and that it would have a greater competitive advantage if it were to provide its services in countries outside India. Within the ... More information  

Coca-Cola Nestlé Refreshments Company (E) 

Date: 31/03/2016 Author(s): Ariño, Africa Document type: Case The Coca-Cola Nestlé Refreshments Company (CCNR) began operations in 1991 as a joint venture (JV) between Coca-Cola and Nestlé. Both companies had manufactured and marketed a ready-to-drink coffee-based drink in Japan very successfully. Aware of a large potential world market and of the difficulties associated with launching a new product category ... More information  

Coca-Cola Nestlé Refreshments Company (D) 

Date: 31/03/2016 Author(s): Ariño, Africa Document type: Case The Coca-Cola Nestlé Refreshments Company (CCNR) began operations in 1991 as a joint venture (JV) between Coca-Cola and Nestlé. Both companies had manufactured and marketed a ready-to-drink coffee-based drink in Japan very successfully. Aware of a large potential world market and of the difficulties associated with launching a new product category ... More information  

Coca-Cola Nestlé Refreshments Company (C) 

Date: 31/03/2016 Author(s): Ariño, Africa Document type: Case The Coca-Cola Nestlé Refreshments Company (CCNR) began operations in 1991 as a joint venture (JV) between Coca-Cola and Nestlé. Both companies had manufactured and marketed a ready-to-drink coffee-based drink in Japan very successfully. Aware of a large potential world market and of the difficulties associated with launching a new product category ... More information  

Coca-Cola Nestlé Refreshments Company (B) 

Date: 31/03/2016 Author(s): Ariño, Africa Document type: Case The Coca-Cola Nestlé Refreshments Company (CCNR) began operations in 1991 as a joint venture (JV) between Coca-Cola and Nestlé. Both companies had manufactured and marketed a ready-to-drink coffee-based drink in Japan very successfully. Aware of a large potential world market and of the difficulties associated with launching a new product category ... More information  
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