Fatores de seleção de parceiros em projetos de inovação – Evidências em alianças do líder petroquímico brasileiro Outros Idiomas

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31639
Resumo:
Em função da limitação de recursos, necessidade de aceleração dos desenvolvimentos e a falta de algumas competências internamente, as empresas são levadas a cooperarem com agentes externos, como outras empresas e universidades, como sugere o paradigma da Inovação Aberta. Apesar da existência de muitos estudos tratando dos fatores de seleção de parceiros em alianças no nível da empresa, poucos estudos se dedicaram a entender as demandas específicas da tarefa, em nível de projeto, considerada a lacuna teórica a ser endereçada nesse estudo. O artigo aborda a análise dos fatores de seleção de parceiros em projetos de alianças bilaterais, dependendo do tipo de parceiro e do tipo de projeto de inovação. Os dados derivam do estudo de caso de uma empresa petroquímica brasileira, por meio da análise em profundidade de 20 projetos de alianças com diferentes parceiros – concorrentes, clientes, fornecedores, universidades e incorporando diferentes graus de inovação – inovação incremental, plataforma, radical e investigação de ciência básica. Baseado na Visão baseada em recursos (VBR) foi possível identificar os fatores de seleção de parceiros mais prevalecentes e as características das alianças, dependendo do tipo de parceiro e tipo de projeto. A base teórica investigada, em conjunto com as evidências qualitativas encontradas, permitiram a construção de um conjunto de proposições teóricas passíveis de testes em estudos quantitativos futuros.
Citação ABNT:
GARCEZ, M. P.; SBRAGIA, R.; KRUGLIANSKAS, I. Factors for selecting partners in innovation projects – Evidences from alliances in the Brazilian petrochemical leader. Revista de Administração e Inovação, v. 11, n. 2, p. 241-272, 2014.
Citação APA:
Garcez, M. P., Sbragia, R., & Kruglianskas, I. (2014). Factors for selecting partners in innovation projects – Evidences from alliances in the Brazilian petrochemical leader. Revista de Administração e Inovação, 11(2), 241-272.
DOI:
10.5773/rai.v11i2.1292
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/31639/fatores-de-selecao-de-parceiros-em-projetos-de-inovacao-----evidencias-em-aliancas-do-lider-petroquimico-brasileiro/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Inglês
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