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

increasingly engage in interorganizational communication (IOC) to leverage each other’s information and knowledge for achieving mutual goals ( Liu et al. 2010 ; Liu et al. 2012 ; Lyer et al. 2009 ). In this view, RBV only stresses the internal resources the firm possesses, which have been criticized for its failure to consider the linkages with external supply chain partners ( Priem et al. 2001 ; Sirmon et al. 2007 ). While the relational view (RV) posits that a firm’s critical resources not only include those housed with its limits but also those embedded in its external

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Critical Soft Factors for Optimum Performance of Maintenance Operations

and Reliability Engineering International, 31(2), 169-181. Lewis, W., Pun, K., and Lalla, T.R.M. (2006). Exploring soft versus hard factors for TQM implementation in small and medium-sized enterprises. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 55(7), 539-554. Müller, R. and Turner, J. R. (2010). Attitudes and leadership competences for project success. Baltic Journal of Management, 5(3), 307-329. Maurer, I. (2010). How to build trust in inter-organizational projects: The impact of project staffing and project rewards on

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