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Volume 58
Issue 4

Table of Contents

Special Issue on Dynamic Capabilities

Uncertainty, Innovation, and Dynamic Capabilities: An Introduction
David Teece and Sohvi Leih

Dynamic Capabilities and Organizational Agility: Risk, Uncertainty, and Strategy in the Innovation Economy
David Teece, Margaret Peteraf, and Sohvi Leih

How Do Firms Adapt to Discontinuous Change? Bridging the Dynamic Capabilities and Ambidexterity Perspectives
Julian Birkinshaw, Alexander Zimmermann, Sebastian Raisch

Adapting to Fast-Changing Markets and Technologies
George S. Day and Paul J. H. Schoemaker

Designing Organizations for Dynamic Capabilities
Teppo Felin and Thomas C. Powell

Generative Sensing: A Design Perspective on the Microfoundations of Sensing Capabilities
Andy Dong, Massimo Garbuio, and Dan Lovallo

Dynamic Capabilities at Samsung: Optimizing Internal Co-Opetition
Jaeyong Song, Kyungmook Lee, and Tarun Khanna

Dynamic Capabilities and Healthcare: A Framework for Enhancing the Competitive Advantage of Hospitals
Andrew Agwunobi, Paul Osborne

Core Concepts

Dynamic Capabilities and Organizational Agility
Agility is a fundamental organizational ability, and is related to dynamic capabilities. To foster agility, it is first essential to understand deep uncertainty, which is different from risk, which can be managed using traditional tools and approaches.

Dynamic Capabilities - An Introduction
The Innovation Economy is defined by revolution. Just when you think you've got it all figured out... Everything will change in an instant. The best organizations are agile.

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