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“…As Dosi, Nelson and Winter (2000), routines are seen as units of organized activities with a repetitive nature and can be understood as 'building blocks' of capabilities. For Becker (2009), one of the fundamental aspects of the concept of organizational routines is to provide the means to describe organizational behavior and how it changes. The focus given to the routines is linked to the fact it assist in the analysis of the micro-evolutionary process (Nelson and Winter, 1982).…”
Section: Capabilities and Routinesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As Dosi, Nelson and Winter (2000), routines are seen as units of organized activities with a repetitive nature and can be understood as 'building blocks' of capabilities. For Becker (2009), one of the fundamental aspects of the concept of organizational routines is to provide the means to describe organizational behavior and how it changes. The focus given to the routines is linked to the fact it assist in the analysis of the micro-evolutionary process (Nelson and Winter, 1982).…”
Section: Capabilities and Routinesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although these four dimensions cannot measure routines directly, they are likely to proxy for routinization processes in a large-scale quantitative study at the organizational level (Becker et al 2009). More importantly, these four dimensions allow us to develop a model that reflects both the positive and negative effects of experiential learning ) on the development of an organizational ability to manage heavier activity loads.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%