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The Relationship Learning and Knowledge Based View of Strategy

DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2018.62024, PP. 333-348

Keywords: Knowledge, Different Kinds of Knowledge, Resource Based Perspective View, Knowledge Based Perspective View, Strategy, View of Strategy

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The rate of learning is determined by the method that one comes up with the information. The identical substance can be realized often times quicker if properly formulated. This work aims at fostering multidisciplinary dialogue and study about knowledge-intensive methods to learning administration as well as studying procedures in the person, business and countrywide amounts, focusing information portrayal problems, sociable and organizational components, architectural, and layout concerns associated with studying supervision systems. Moreover, business strategy can be defined as set of plans in order to achieve the required goals. While nowadays, there is no accurate definition of strategy. In this work, collection of strategy definitions, research methods, industrial economics view of strategy, resources based view of strategy and the competitive dynamics view of strategy are explained in details. Moreover, the related research including strategy definitions is previewed.

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