coopetition


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coopetition

(COOPEration compeTITION) Cooperation between competing companies. In the information field, coopetition means settling on standards and then developing products that compete with each other using those standards.
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Although the term comes from business, I am sure Perry thought more about it in terms of biology and nature, where species do indeed use coopetition all the time, benefiting not only each other but their natural habitat.
However, they note that SMEs and technology startups that traditionally in line to competitive logics are giving way more and more to coopetition strategies.
Simultaneous cooperation and competition between entities looks like a paradox that is addressed in the literature with a new term called "coopetition" (Nalebuff & Brandenburger, 1997).
The "coopetition" so common in science itself can also take place in the funding organizations, as it did here.
LaCoste, S., 2012, "Vertical Coopetition." Industrial Marketing Management, 41, 649-658.
Behaviour With Integrity: Positive attitudes abound with evidence of willing collaboration; internal coopetition is courteous and respected.
Coopetition is at the core, pulling and pushing different patterns of relationships between incumbents and digital giants, between incumbents and tech entrepreneurs, and between digital giants and entrepreneurs (Venkatraman, 2017).
According to Generoso, bayanihan federalism simply meant that "no province, no city will stand alone or be left behind" as it promotes the spirit of cooperative competition or "coopetition."
The world now talks about coopetition. It is a combination of competition and cooperation.
Cooperation and coopetition in SME networks: a bibliometric study.