publication . Article . 2010

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANISATIONAL COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE AND PERFORMANCE MODERATED BY THE AGE AND SIZE OF FIRMS

Alimin Ismadi Ismail; Haslinda Abdullah; Jegak Uli; Raduan Che Rose;
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  • Published: 01 Jul 2010 Journal: Asian Academy of Management Journal (issn: 1394-2603, eissn: 1985-8280, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universiti Sains Malaysia
Abstract
It has been argued that achieving a position of competitive advantage is a necessary precursor to a firm's significant performance. This paper will empirically examine the potential moderating variables that could affect the relationship between a firm's competitive advantage and performance, namely the firms' age and size. By examining the relative moderating effects of these variables, this paper delivers valuable information to firms, specifically with regard to strategic management directed toward performance and attaining a competitive advantage. This research was conducted among 127 manufacturers listed in the 2008 Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers Dir...
Subjects
free text keywords: organisational competitive advantage and performance, Resource- Based View (RBV), firms' age and size, Business, HF5001-6182
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