The paper, underpinned by different resource based theories – Resource Based View and Knowledge Management – and by the conceptual framework of the Viable Systems Approach – (VSA) – aims to contribute to highlighting network characteristics, governance and management of value mechanisms in complex systems. In the (VSA) perspective, the government of the firm as a viable system, governs the processes of interaction between systemic components characterized by high levels of creativity and originality. The paper analyses the concepts of innovation and creativity as viable and competitive factors for modern firms. Strategic behavior, organization, financial structure and market relationship characterized by these aspects can govern innovation, in other words, the implementing of strategies based on differentiation, creativity, intuition and abduction.

Network Creativity to Reduce Strategic Ambiguity in Turbulent Environments: a Viable Systems Approach (vSa)

BASSANO, Clara
2011

Abstract

The paper, underpinned by different resource based theories – Resource Based View and Knowledge Management – and by the conceptual framework of the Viable Systems Approach – (VSA) – aims to contribute to highlighting network characteristics, governance and management of value mechanisms in complex systems. In the (VSA) perspective, the government of the firm as a viable system, governs the processes of interaction between systemic components characterized by high levels of creativity and originality. The paper analyses the concepts of innovation and creativity as viable and competitive factors for modern firms. Strategic behavior, organization, financial structure and market relationship characterized by these aspects can govern innovation, in other words, the implementing of strategies based on differentiation, creativity, intuition and abduction.
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