co-opetition


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co-opetition

(ˌkəʊɒpəˈtɪʃən)
n
(Commerce) cooperation between competitors in business, esp in the computer industry
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The increasing influence of ICT on the shop floor will give rise to novel business scenarios of collaboration, co-opetition and competition in the industrial landscape," said Frost & Sullivan Industrial Automation and Process Control Program ManagerKarthik Sundaram .
The increasing influence of ICT on the shop floor will give rise to novel business scenarios of collaboration, co-opetition and competition in the industrial landscape, said Frost & Sullivan Industrial Automation and Process Control Program Manager Karthik Sundaram.
Platforms have to balance their potential for powerful cross-sided network effect related growth, with the necessity of a sustainable ecosystem via co-opetition (see also BRANDENBURGER & NALEBUFF, 1997).
Co-opetition and collaboration could perhaps spell out new routes.
Economic co-opetition and superpower cultivation often require accommodation, but the United States should maintain hard-power levers that can hobble China if it seeks exclusive regional control or pursues unacceptable policies.
March 1996 to June 2004: Co-opetition (Cooperation and Competition)
The rise of co-opetition emerging in the hotel and spa business will hopefully lead to more knowledge sharing and better practices.
Parallel sourcing to overcome supply risk aims to create simultaneous competition and cooperation between the suppliers, known as co-opetition (Bran-denburger & Nalebuff, 1996; Wu & Choi, 2005; Wu et al.
This is our particular goal in the UK where we are keen to promote co-opetition across the food chain in areas such as innovation, education, entrepreneurship and consumer driven insights.
Though co-opetition has been mentioned in literature for the first time in 1913 by Cherington, just in 1996 Brandenburger and Nalebuff (B/N) introduced co-opetition into public discussion and research with their book "Co-opetition" (Brandenburger and Nalebuff 1996).
New co-opetition approach for supply chain applications and the implementation of a new allocation rule, in 6th International Scientific Conference Business and Management, May 13-14, 2010, Vilnius, Lithuania.