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Typology the actions of individuals by development of dynamic capabilities in the theory of strategic management

Typology the actions of individuals by development of dynamic capabilities in the theory of strategic management

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 5 (no. 4),
p. 111-117

In the paper the most often carried out actions of individuals promoting development of dynamic capabilities are proved. Dynamic capabilities are considered as innovations which in the conditions of uncertainty of environment are capable to deduce business on a new level of efficiency. Entrepreneurial actions have been allocated as the basic: discovery, exploitation, selection during evolution and legitimating on management levels.


Keywords: actions of individuals; the concept of Strategic Entrepreneurship (SE); dynamic capabilities; types of actions; management levels

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