Building dynamic capabilities through operations strategy: an empirical example

David Mackay, Edwin D. Ter Wijlen, Kepa Mendibil, Ronald J. Mantel

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Abstract

This paper suggests that the implementation of an effective operations strategy process is one of the necessary antecedents to the development of dynamic capabilities within an organisation and that once established, dynamic capabilities and operations strategy process settle into a symbiotic relationship. Key terms and a model of operations strategy process are proposed from literature as a framework for analysing data from a longitudinal case study with a UK based manufacturer of construction materials.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jun 2009
EventEuropean operations management association - Goteborg, Sweden
Duration: 14 Jun 200917 Jun 2009

Conference

ConferenceEuropean operations management association
CityGoteborg, Sweden
Period14/06/0917/06/09

Keywords

  • operation strategy
  • organisation
  • dynamic capabilities
  • operations strategy process
  • longitudinal case study

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    Mackay, D., Ter Wijlen, E. D., Mendibil, K., & Mantel, R. J. (2009). Building dynamic capabilities through operations strategy: an empirical example. Paper presented at European operations management association, Goteborg, Sweden, .