Development of A Generic Knowledge Strategy Typology

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Bierly III, P. (1999). Development of A Generic Knowledge Strategy Typology. Journal of Business Strategies, 16(1), 1–26.


Knowledge strategies are the set of strategic choices related to firms' knowledge bases that provide a guideline for strategic action. In this paper, we develop a variety of possible generic knowledge strategies and discuss how they can be internally consistent, mutually reinforcing, and lead to a sustainable competitive advantage.

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