In the knowledge-based economy era, new firms need dynamic capability to adapt to the rapidly changing environment with increasing uncertainties in the competitive environment. A lot of researchers concern about the significant effects of knowledge accumulation on capability enhancement, systematic research on the effect of organizational learning on dynamic capability is still short. With questionnaire survey, 223 enterprises established within the past 8 years are selected as the research subjects for exploring the relationship among learning orientation, ambidextrous learning, and dynamic capability as well as testing the moderation effect of environmental uncertainty. The results reveal positive effects of learning orientation on dynamic capability, partial mediation of exploratory learning (exploitative learning) on learning orientation to dynamic capability, and moderated-mediation of environmental uncertainty on the exploratory learning (exploitative learning) to learning orientationdynamic capability. The research proves the function of learning orientation to dynamic capability and provides beneficial inspiration for new firms promoting dynamic capability.
The cultivation of student loyalty is an important topic in higher education reform, while the theoretical modeling and evidence for the effect of teachers' interaction styles on student loyalty are seldom discussed. Based on Social Exchange Theory, Theory of Empathy, and the effect of power on pro-social behavior, 359 science & technology management master students in China are sampled in this study. With Hierarchical Regression Analysis, the conclusions are summarized as following. Interaction-and taskoriented interaction shows positive correlations with student loyalty, self-oriented interaction presents negative correlations with student loyalty, satisfaction reveals mediation on the relationship between the three interaction styles and student loyalty, and the mediation of satisfaction on the relationship between interaction-and task-oriented interaction and student loyalty is moderated by science & technology management master students' management level. This study expands the theoretical framework of perceived interaction and student loyalty and provides decision-making reference for higher education service institutions cultivating student loyalty.
PurposeThe investigation of organization's ambidextrous innovation is a challenge in the research studies of management sciences. As existent literature showed a positive relation between dynamic capability (DC) and innovation, few empirical studies are conducted to explain how DC impacts on the balanced and combined dimension of ambidexterity and still less on how social network moderates this relation. As a result, this paper aims to investigate and provide empirical evidence on DC’s influence on ambidexterity in the context of China.Design/methodology/approachBy a relational model of DC, ambidextrous innovation and social network, this study has conducted multiple regression analysis on the data collected from 350 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in mainland China.FindingsThe results show that, DC has positive influence on both the combined and balanced dimension of ambidexterity; and both the relational network and structural network play an inverted U moderating role, where the moderation of relational network is stronger than that of structural network.Originality/valueThis study provides empirical support on DC's influence on ambidexterity together with the moderation of social network.
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