Handbook of Management Scales/Private benefit, cooperation
Private benefitcooperation (AVE = 0.58; CR = 0.88)[edit | edit source]
Description[edit | edit source]
The author (1) adopts a coopetition-based approach in theoretically conceptualizing value creation in interfirm alliances as a construct consisting of three dimensions: common benefit, private benefitcooperation, private benefitcompetition and (2), based on data collected in India, empirically validates a scale to measure these dimensions.
Definition[edit | edit source]
Private benefits refer to gains realized by each alliance partner individually. Private benefitcooperation is defined as private benefits that accrue to a firm as a result of cooperative behavior among the alliance partners (Rai, 201_).
Items[edit | edit source]
Because of this relationship, our firm has:
- … used the competencies acquired from the partner to create value by improving its existing competencies. (0.72)
- … used the new ideas and skills acquired from the partner to create value by improving its products and services. (0.79)
- … used the R&D skills acquired from the partner to create value by engaging in greater innovation. (0.77)
- … used the consumer insights acquired from the partner to create value by leveraging its market position. (0.70)
- … used the knowledge of systems and processes acquired from the partner to create value by enhancing its organizational effectiveness. (0.82)
Source[edit | edit source]
- Rai (201_): A Co-opetition-Based Approach to Value Creation in Interfirm Alliances: Construction of a Measure and Examination of Its Psychometric Properties. Journal of Management, Vol. __, No. __, pp. __-__.