Handbook of Management Scales/Alliance performance

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Alliance performance (alpha = 0.90)[edit]

Definition[edit]

A strategic alliance is defined as any extended cooperative agreement intended to jointly develop, manufacture, and/or distribute products.

Items[edit]

  • The objectives for which the collaboration was established are being met.
  • Our firm is satisfied with the financial performance of the collaboration.
  • Our foreign partner firm seems to be satisfied with the financial performance of the collaboration.
  • Our firm is satisfied with the overall performance of the collaboration.
  • Our foreign partner firm seems to be satisfied with the overall performance of the collaboration.

(1 - strongly disagree; 5 - strongly agree)

Source[edit]

  • Krishnan et al. (2006): When Does Trust Matter To Alliance Performance? The Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 49, No. 5, pp. 894–917.

Related Scales[edit]