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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL RESOURCES, CAPABILITIES AND SYSTEMS ON COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE AND PERFORMANCE OF MALAYSIAN MANUFACTURERS
Posted on 04 January 2017 by Azlinda Abd Rahim (Assistant Manager)
Abstract

In spite of the importance of attaining competitive advantage in organizations, there has been limited study on the relationship between organizational resources and the way firms are organized to achieve competitive advantage. As such, critics argue that more empirical research is needed in the area of competitive advantage as past studies have concentrated mainly on the attributes of resources and capabilities leading to competitive advantage. They have neglected the important, if not arguably more essential, issue of the relative strength or magnitude of relationship between these variables. As far as competitive advantage from the resource-based view (RBV) of the firm is concerned, this has created a gap in the body of knowledge and also between the theoretical and practical aspect of managing organizations. The objective of this research is to examine the relationship between organizational resources, capabilities and systems, and their effects on competitive advantage and performance of Malaysian manufacturers.


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