Mariela Carattoli


El marco de capacidades dinámicas ha recibido mucha atención en los camposde la estrategia, la administración y la economía porque ayuda a entendercómo las empresas enfrentan los cambios en el entorno, un tema central enel contexto de mercados abiertos y economías globalizadas. No obstante, hayintensas controversias que se deben identificar y resolver para poder desa rrollarlocomo cuerpo teórico consolidado. Este artículo revisa las principalesáreas de debate y sugiere líneas promisorias de investigación con base en ungrupo de artículos relevantes publicados desde 1997, seleccionados de acuerdocon el número de citas.



Capacidades dinámicas, gestión estratégica

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Cómo citar
Carattoli, M. (2013). Capacidades dinámicas: líneas promisorias y desafíos de investigación. Cuadernos De Administración, 26(47), 165-204. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cao26-47.cdlp
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