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CHAPTER 3 :: ASSESSING THE INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE FIRM 101 Fowler, S. W. 2005. Managing your portfolio of connections. MIT Sloan Management Review, 46(2): 59–66. 28. Collis, D. J. & Montgomery, C. A. 1995. Competing on resources: Strategy in the 1990's. Harvard Business Review, 73(4): 119–128; and Barney, J. 1991. Firm resources and sustained competitive advantage. Journal of Management, 17(1): 99–120. 29. For critiques of the resource-based view of the firm, refer to Sirmon, D. G., Hitt, M. A., & Ireland, R. D. 2007. Managing firm resources in dynamic environments to create value: Looking inside the black box. Academy of Management Review, 32(1): 273–292; and Newbert, S. L. 2007. Empirical research on the resource-based view of the firm: An assessment and suggestions for future research. Strategic Management Journal, 28(2): 121–146. 30. Henkoff, R. 1993. Companies that train the best. Fortune, March 22: 83; and Dess & Picken, Beyond productivity, p. 98. 31. Gaines-Ross, L. 2010. Reputation warfare. Harvard Business Review, 88(12): 70–76. 32. Barney, J. B. 1986. Types of competition and the theory of strategy: Towards an integrative framework. Academy of Management Review, 11(4): 791–800. 33. Harley-Davidson. 1993. Annual report. 34. Stetler, B. 2008. Griping online? Comcast hears and talks back. nytimes.com, July 25: np. 35. For a rigorous, academic treatment of the origin of capabilities, refer to Ethiraj, S. K., Kale, P., Krishnan, M. S., & Singh, J. V. 2005. Where do capabilities come from and how do they matter? A study of the software services industry. Strategic Management Journal, 26(1): 25–46. 36. For an academic discussion on methods associated with organizational capabilities, refer to Dutta, S., Narasimhan, O., & Rajiv, S. 2005. Conceptualizing and measuring capabilities: Methodology and empirical application. Strategic Management Journal, 26(3): 277–286. 37. Lorenzoni, G. & Lipparini, A. 1999. The leveraging of interfirm relationships as a distinctive organizational capability: A longitudinal study. Strategic Management Journal, 20: 317–338. 38. A study investigating the sustainability of competitive advantage is Newbert, S. L. 2008. Value, rareness, competitive advantages, and performance: A conceptual-level empirical investigation of the resource-based view of the firm. Strategic Management Journal, 29(7): 745–768. 39. Arikan, A. M. & McGahan, A. M. 2010. The development of capabilities in new firms. Strategic Management Journal, 31(1): 1–18. 40. Barney, J. 1991. Firm resources and sustained competitive advantage. Journal of Management, 17(1): 99–120. 41. Barney, 1986, op. cit. Our discussion of inimitability and substitution draws upon this source. 42. A study that investigates the performance implications of imitation is Ethiraj, S. K. & Zhu, D. H. 2008. Performance effects of imitative entry. Strategic Management Journal, 29(8): 797–818. 43. Sirmon, D. G., Hitt, M. 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We have focused our discussion on how internal stakeholders (e.g., employees, managers, and top executives) may appropriate a firm's profits (or rents). For an interesting discussion of how a firm's innovations may be appropriated by external stakeholders (e.g., customers, suppliers) as well as competitors, refer to Grant, R. M. 2002. Contemporary strategy analysis (4th ed.): 335–340. Malden, MA: Blackwell. 56. Luehrman, T. A. 1997. What's it worth? A general manager's guide to valuation. Harvard Business Review, 45(3): 132–142. 57. See, for example, Kaplan, R. S. & Norton, D. p. 1992. The balanced scorecard: Measures that drive performance. Harvard Business Review, 69(1): 71–79. 58. Hitt, M. A., Ireland, R. D., & Stadter, G. 1982. Functional importance of company performance: Moderating effects of grand strategy and industry type. Strategic Management Journal, 3: 315–330. 59. finance.yahoo.com. 60. Kaplan & Norton, op. cit. 61. Ibid. 62. For a discussion of the relative value of growth versus increasing margins, read Mass, N. J. 2005. The relative value of growth. Harvard Business Review, 83(4): 102–112. 63. Our discussion draws upon: Angel, R. & Rampersad, H. 2005. Do scorecards add up? camagazine.com. May: np.; and Niven, p. 2002. Balanced scorecard step by step: Maximizing performance and maintaining results. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

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