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Product architecture and organisational capabilities' impact on performance: Taiwan's IT industry
by Ing-Shane Yung; Chin-Fa Tsai
International Journal of Information Technology and Management (IJITM), Vol. 15, No. 3, 2016
Abstract: Combining the theories of resource-based and product architecture, this study examines the impact of the fitness of product architecture and organisational capability on business performance. The empirical data was collected from five high-tech and IT industries in Taiwan. A total of 217 companies returned the questionnaires and the data was analysed using chi-square tests and regression analysis. The results show that different organisational capabilities correspond to different product architectures. Also, selective organisational capability has a mediated effect on modular product architecture and business performance. Against our expectations, however, integrated collaborative organisational capability does not have a mediated effect on integrated product architecture and business performance. Overall, this study provides a theoretical analytic framework to better understand the interactive relationship between product architecture and organisational capability.
Online publication date: Wed, 29-Jun-2016
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