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Impact of Firm Characteristics on Survival
The October 2014 Paper on 'Impact of Firm Characteristics on Survivial: an empirical analysis in the context of service strategies' by Ornella Benedettini, Morgan Swink and Andy Neely
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Why Do Servitized Firms Fail - A Risk-Based Expanation
The December paper 'Why Do Servitized Firms Fail - A Risk-Based Explanation' by Ornella Benedettini, Andy Neely and Morgan Swink
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FileImpact of firm characteristics on survivial: an empirical analysis in the context of service strategies
This is a working paper by Ornella Benedettini, Morgan Swink and Andy Neely. In this study, we suggest that the impact of a service orientation on a firm’s likelihood of survival depends on the presence of certain preconditions within the firm. In other terms, we ask: what are the differences between failing and surviving service-oriented product firms regarding important characteristics that are intertwined with the deployment of service resources and capabilities? It indicates characteristics that firms should try to protect when they expand into services if they do not want to incur greater risk of failure.
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