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Autor
Sulimowska-Formowicz Monika (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach)
Tytuł
Is Foreign Partnering Experience of a Company Valuable for Developing Its Relational Competence?
Czy doświadczenie współpracy z partnerami zagranicznymi jest wartościowe dla budowania kompetencji relacyjnej przedsiębiorstwa?
Źródło
International Business and Global Economy, 2018, nr 37, s. 446-457, bibliogr. 62 poz.
Biznes Międzynarodowy w Gospodarce Globalnej
Słowa kluczowe
Relacje organizacyjne, Współpraca międzynarodowa, Analiza korelacji, Metody samowsporne
Organizational relationships, International cooperation, Correlation analysis, Bootstrap
Uwagi
Klasyfikacja JEL: L22, L25, F23
summ., streszcz.
Abstrakt
Celem artykułu jest pogłębienie zrozumienia roli procesów organizacyjnego uczenia się na bazie doświadczenia dla rozwijania kompetencji relacyjnej organizacji i osiągania sukcesów w relacjach. Badanie ilościowe przeprowadzono na próbie 253 firm o zróżnicowanym doświadczeniu w relacjach niekapitałowych. Do analiz użyto oprogramowania Statistica i SPSS.22. Przeprowadzono analizy korelacji, mediacji i dominacji z bootstrappingiem. Wyniki wskazują na pozytywny związek między doświadczeniem relacyjnym a wynikami firm w relacjach mediowany przez kompetencję relacyjną. Choć doświadczenie wpływa na kompetencję relacyjną, firmy powinny zwrócić uwagę na wartość gromadzonego doświadczenia. Inaczej niż zakładano, doświadczenie we współpracy międzynarodowej nie jest najsilniejszym predyktorem kompetencji relacyjnej. To oznacza konieczność rozważnego podejmowania decyzji strategicznych dotyczących budowania portfela relacji w poszukiwaniu cennej wiedzy i szans rozwojowych firmy.(abstrakt oryginalny)

The aim of this study is to enrich the understanding of the role of organizational learning from international experience in developing company's relational competence (RC) and achieving desired outcomes of IORs. The research is qualitative, performed on a sample of 253 companies with diverse cooperative experience in non-capital IORs. Statistica and SPSS.22 software was used for Spearman correlation, mediation, and dominance analyses with bootstrapping. The results reveal positive impact of relational experience on company's outcomes in IORs and the mediating role of relational competence. Experience in IORs affects relational competence, but companies should pay attention to the value of the gathered experience. Contrary to expectations, experience in international cooperation, although significant, is not the strongest predictor of RC. This implies the need for cautiousness and strategic thinking when building company's portfolio of relationships in search for valuable knowledge and development opportunities.(original abstract)
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ISSN
2300-6102
Język
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.4467/23539496IB.18.033.9406
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