Competitive Cooperation

Some ideas have staying power, and that applies to “competitive cooperation,” as outlined in a 1986 California Management Review article, using what are now historical examples. It’s competitive because an organization’s issue management performance will have a material impact on its competitiveness, measured by achievement of organizational objectives. But, it’s also cooperative, because diverse issue agendas require issue by issue coalition building, even with traditional adversaries.


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