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The Contingency Effect of Relational Competency on the Relationship between Information Technology Competency and Firm Performance

strategy and sources of interorganizational competitive advantage Academy of Management Review 23 4 Oct 660 679 [13] Eisenhardt, K. M., and Martin, J. A. (2000). Dynamic capabilities: what are they?. Strategic Management Journal 21(10-11), 1105-1121. 10.1002/1097-0266(200010/11)21:10/11<1105::AID-SMJ133>3.0.CO;2-E Eisenhardt K. M. Martin J. A. 2000 Dynamic capabilities: what are they? Strategic Management Journal 21 10-11 1105 1121 [14] Flynn, B. B., Huo, B. F., and Zhao, X. D. (2010). The impact of supply chain integration on performance: A

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An investigation on the evolution of diabetes data in social Q&A logs

algorithm for suffix stripping Program. Electronic Library and Information System , 14 (3), 130-137. 10.1108/eb046814 Porter M. 1980 An algorithm for suffix stripping Program Electronic Library and Information System 14 3 130 137 Ronda-Pupo, G., & Guerras-Martin, L. (2012). Dynamics of the evolution of the strategy concept 1962–2008: a co-word analysis. Strategic Management Journal , 33 (2), 162-188. 10.1002/smj.948 Ronda-Pupo G. Guerras-Martin L. 2012 Dynamics of the evolution of the strategy concept 1962–2008: a co-word analysis Strategic Management Journal 33 2

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Information Security Compliance in Organizations: An Institutional Perspective

Business Journal , 24(2), 115-131. 10.1177/0266242606061834 Davidsson P. Hunter E. Klofsten M. 2006 Institutional forces: the invisible hand that shapes venture ideas? International Small Business Journal 24 2 115 131 Delmas, M. A., & Toffel, M. W. (2008). Organizational responses to environmental demands: opening the black box. Strategic Management Journal , 29(10), 1027-1055. 10.1002/smj.701 Delmas M. A. Toffel M. W. 2008 Organizational responses to environmental demands: opening the black box Strategic Management Journal 29 10 1027 1055 Duan, X., Deng, H

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Evolution of Project Management as a Scientific Discipline

from 1984 to 2004 and used co-word analysis to understand the main trends in the field of project management. He found that these trends focus on strategic management issues, organizational issues (e.g., effective management and/or use of resources and cost), creation of value for stakeholders, technical issues, and softer issues. He concluded that PM as a field is becoming more focused on the implementation of organizational strategy. Crawford et al. (2006) identified trends in project management based on reviewing previous studies which have categorized PM

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