Sameer's PhD takes a closer look at the strategy processes and organizational capabilities of Indian high technology companies (electronics, biotechnology, and IT). This research has both practical and theoretical implications. On a practical level, it decodes the complex functioning of emerging Indian technology firms, about which much is written in the popular press but a detailed rigorous study is lacking. On a more theoretical level, it provides more insight into the interaction of resource-based view, dynamic capabilities, and ambidexterity literature.
This thesis was cited in September 2015 issue of Strategic Management Journal (SMJ) for the innovative use and adaption of scales developed in SMJ’s previous articles DOI: 10.1002/smj.2428
Sameer Qaiyum B. Tech (UK BEng) MBA PhD was a doctoral researcher in strategy at School of Management, Royal Holloway, University of London.
- MN2205 Strategic Management
- MN1205 International Business
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