Updated: Nov 28
By William Ocasio, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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The attention-based view does not explicitly incorporate goals into the theory, different from the behavioral theory of the firm. Can these two approaches be reconciled and if so how?
How does the attention-based view of organizational knowledge and learning extend the contemporary economic environment with the prevalence of agile forms of organization, ecosystems, platforms, and other forms of meta-organizations?