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Salvador Vivas-López

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Resumen

Este artículo ilustra la transición teórica en el análisis de las fuentes internas deventaja competitiva. Se emplea un enfoque teórico centrado en los procesosque hacen posible que las empresas mantengan y mejoren su competitividad,se adapten a los cambios y anticipen cambios en los mercados. Este trabajomuestra la naturaleza ecléctica de las capacidades dinámicas, las cuales introducenelementos dinámicos en teorías de carácter estático y corrigen lossesgos de esos dos enfoques a nivel teórico y en la praxis gerencial. El análisisse ocupa de los procesos de generación, desarrollo y modificación de los re cursosoperacionales. Las capacidades dinámicas ayudan a generar ingresosmás altos y a potencializar la innovación y el desarrollo estratégico.

Keywords

innovation, organizational learning, dynamic capabilitiesinnovación, aprendizaje organizacional, capacidades dinámicasinovação, aprendizagem organizacional, capacidades dinâmicas

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Vivas-López, S. (2013). Implicaciones de las capacidades dinámicas para la competitividad y la innovación en el siglo XXI. Cuadernos De Administración, 26(47), 119–140. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cao26-47.icdp
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