The Role of Coopetition on Innovation, Value Creation and Value Capture

L.E.D. Divito, Garima Sharma, Sea Matilda Bez, Devi Gnyawali, Jorge Rivera

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Coopetition (simultaneous competition and collaboration between firms) is an important driver for innovation, as competing organizations benefit from pooling resources and
ideas for new products, processes and achieving benefits such as collective reputation. However, a key issue facing such relationships is the notion of value creation and
capture—how does value get created and distributed amongst competing partners. This issue becomes increasingly salient when the coopetition includes multiple actors and
common pool resources such as land and water. In this symposium, we bring together scholars who are investigating coopetition between different actors such as direct
competitors, actors from the same industry, and organizations sharing similar collective goals such as sustainable manufacturing. In showcasing this diversity of context we shed
light on the notion of value creation and capture in coopetitive relationships.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAcademy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings
Publication statusPublished - 2018


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