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Do software firms collaborate or compete? A model of coopetition in community-initiated OSS projects [article]

Anh Nguyen-Duc, Daniela S. Cruzes, Snarby Terje, Pekka Abrahamsson
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We proposed a conceptual model to explain for coopetition among software firms in OSS projects. The model shows two aspects of coopetition can be managed at the same time based on firm gatekeepers.  ...  [Background] An increasing number of commercial firms are participating in Open Source Software (OSS) projects to reduce their development cost and increase technical innovativeness.  ...  A model of coopetition in community-initiated OSS projects, e-Informatica Software Engineering Journal, 2018 know that much about the firms of the other developers.  ... 
arXiv:1808.06489v1 fatcat:wndezcaacbft5nw4mkrudisssm

Do Software Firms Collaborate or Compete? A Model of Coopetition in Community-initiated OSS Projects

Nguyen-Duc Anh, Daniela S. Cruzes, Snarby Terje, Pekka Abrahamsson
2018 e-Informatica Software Engineering Journal  
We proposed a conceptual model to explain for coopetition among software firms in OSS projects. The model shows two aspects of coopetition can be managed at the same time based on firm gatekeepers.  ...  An increasing number of commercial firms are participating in Open Source Software (OSS) projects to reduce their development cost and increase technical innovativeness.  ...  Secondly, we theorize constructs of coopetition by proposing a Coopetition in Open Source Software (COSS) model.  ... 
doi:10.5277/e-inf190102 dblp:journals/eInformatica/Nguyen-DucCSA19 fatcat:zakzvpgy55aylkvftue4adik6q

Coopetition of Software Firms in Open Source Software Ecosystems [chapter]

Anh Nguyen Duc, Daniela S. Cruzes, Geir K. Hanssen, Terje Snarby, Pekka Abrahamsson
2017 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
This study explores how software firms interact with others in OSS ecosystems from a coopetition perspective. We performed a quantitative and qualitative analysis of three OSS projects.  ...  Our work contributes to software engineering research with a rich description of coopetition in OSS ecosystems.  ...  [12] , as "a set of actors functioning as a unit and interacting with a shared market for software and services, together with relationships among them.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-69191-6_10 fatcat:2jfjqepvjjfztiddiurok47fza

Managing Selling Coopetition: A Case Study of the ERP industry

Estelle Pellegrin-Boucher, Frédéric Le Roy, Călin Gurău'
2017 European Management Review  
We underline that a third principle, internal arbitration, is a key element in managing selling coopetition.  ...  In this research, we therefore focus on the management of selling coopetition and build on past studies to formalize a framework that combines two complementary principles: separation and integration.  ...  This "Laboratory of Excellence" is part of a French government fund recognizing and promoting performing research initiatives in human and natural sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1111/emre.12123 fatcat:yevj273qezf43dgb2rqax3igam

Using Smartphones to Prevent Cross-Functional Team Knowledge Hiding: The Impact of Openness & Neuroticism

Anh Don Ton, Laszlo Hammerl, Gábor Szabó-Szentgróti
2022 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
A dataset of 101 individuals working in cross-functional teams was used to test the model. A total of four main hypotheses were developed and statistically tested.  ...  The study examines the behaviour of two characteristic traits on knowledge retention, mediated using modern smartphone usage in the corporate environment of cross-functional teams.  ...  Knowledge retention in particular is a dangerous development in cross-functional teams as the process of managing the transfer of inflow and outflow of knowledge is constantly disrupted on the level of  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v16i11.30503 fatcat:y6lwxtlafzha7kvem3wfua3n2i

The effects of cross-functional coordination and competition on knowledge sharing and organisational innovativeness: A qualitative study in a transition economy

Nguyen Phong Nguyen
2020 Journal of Intelligence Studies in Business  
of cross-functional competition.  ...  Adopting a coopetition framework and a qualitative study using depth-interviews of mid- and top-levels managers in Vietnamese business organisations, this study examines the potential significance of different  ...  Lateral relations Most of the informants reported that lateral relations used in their respective organisations are in the form of cross-functional teams or projects, such as new product development and  ... 
doi:10.37380/jisib.v1i1.561 fatcat:o2dgxpdqnjb4dna765ktmju3qy

The Impact of Helping Others in Coopetitive Crowdsourcing Communities

Indika Dissanayake, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA, Sridhar Sridhar Nerur
2021 Journal of the AIS  
security capabilities data engagement survey library software oss developers project source open projects network firms community participants development work openness externalities formal strategic  ...  trust, perceived expertise, perceived relative advantages, perceived ease of use, perceived credibility)  ☐ ☐ Interorganizational/ cross- functional groups (cooperative, coopetition, competitive  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00654 fatcat:5qj2wldlj5d3npfzdv3mgxzllm

Harnessing sustainable development from niche marketing and coopetition in social enterprises

Judith M. Herbst
2019 Business Strategy and Development  
This research contributes the first empirical evidence of how coopetition leads to competitive advantage in profit-for-purpose organisations, and it proposes a model to show how cocreation of shared value  ...  with actors across multilevels of interdependent systems paves the way for sustainable development outcomes to be achieved.  ...  WorkVentures ran in-house training programs in IT, and Infoxchange affiliated with Microsoft to install software on donated computers in housing projects.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bsd2.49 fatcat:utxelh6wgba6nllyaxbffxuw4e

Toward coopetition within a multinational enterprise: a perspective from foreign subsidiaries

Yadong Luo
2005 Journal of World Business  
This article explains why coopetition occurs and in what areas they cooperate and compete, augments a typology that classifies subunits along the various levels of simultaneous cooperation and competition  ...  This article presents a conceptual and typological framework that delineates coopetition within a globally coordinated multinational enterprise-simultaneous cooperation and competition between geographically  ...  For example, Summit Consulting Co. encapsulates knowledge by: (a) indexing sources of knowledge (e.g., people, teams, project documents) and (b) documenting the knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jwb.2004.10.006 fatcat:woucwa5qyfgifaldjy6vhsw4sm

Is Cooperation with Competitors a Good Idea? An Example in Practice

Tzu-Ju Ann Peng, Stephen Pike, Johnson Chung-Hsin Yang, Göran Roos
2011 British Journal of Management  
Coopetition has become a heated issue in the last decade.  ...  Given the complex nature of coopetition, an in-depth case study was undertaken to investigate the competition-cooperation relationship and coopetition performance over a 15-year period in a Taiwanese supermarket  ...  This research is financially supported by the National Science Council in Taiwan (NSC-99-2410-H-004-016-MY2).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8551.2011.00781.x fatcat:smxzfffvvzbhbpfkakj36smufm

Partnering based on coopetition in the interorganizational networks of tourism: a comparison between Curitiba and Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil
A associação baseada em coopetição nas redes interorganizacionais do turismo: uma comparação entre Curitiba e Foz do Iguaçu, Brasil

Adriana Fumi Chim-Miki, Rosa Maria Batista-Canino
2017 Revista Brasileira de Gestão De Negócios  
Purpose -This paper presents a model to analyze the context and critical behavior of interorganizational partnering based on the coopetition strategy.  ...  Findings -The main theoretical approach of this research was to introduce a partnering model, and its variables, based on coopetition -whereas its main empirical finding was to prove that the high internal  ...  It is based on the scale developed by Norman (2002) for a study of 61 business alliances, in order to identify the 'Trust' in a network of telecommunication industries, microelectronics, and software  ... 
doi:10.7819/rbgn.v0i0.3326 fatcat:gnjnar6mtnf7heajdcotoosf64

Programming Languages for End-User Personalization of Cyber-Physical Systems

Siniša Srbljić, Dejan Škvorc, Miroslav Popović
2012 Automatika  
Based on these two groups of services, we present a design of event-driven service composition languages that target two distinct groups of developers.  ...  In this paper, we propose a CPS design paradigm where devices, such as sensors, controllers, and actuators, are virtualized into environmental services.  ...  Finally, many thanks to student members of our research project who participated in the implementation of the HUSKY framework.  ... 
doi:10.7305/automatika.53-3.84 fatcat:fg6vz6e7vrcupoxm4hfw6w3way

Collaboration in the open-source arena

Jose Teixeira, Tingting Lin
2014 Proceedings of the 52nd ACM conference on Computers and people research - SIGSIM-CPR '14  
In an era of software crisis, the move of firms towards distributed software development teams is being challenged by emerging collaboration issues.  ...  We also reveal the WebKit project as a valuable research site manifesting the novel notion of open-coopetition, where rival firms collaborate with competitors in the open-source community.  ...  Acknowledgements also for Lero -the Irish software engineering research centre were part of this research was conducted.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2599990.2600009 dblp:conf/sigcpr/TeixeiraL14 fatcat:yygkgr4zpzgghkvfo3yukfcpbu

Longitudinal Analysis of the Run-up to a Decision to Break-up (Fork) in a Community [chapter]

Amirhosein "Emerson" Azarbakht, Carlos Jensen
2017 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
In this paper, we use a developer-oriented statistical approach to understand what causes people in complex software development networks to decide to fork (break away), and what changes a community goes  ...  Some of these failures manifest themselves as a community split (known as forking). These failures affects many people; developers and users. Can we save troubled projects?  ...  each project's collaborations Model parameter estimates A well-fitting statistical model (i.e. weighted sum of effects) for each project Between group and cross-group comparison results of significance  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-57735-7_19 fatcat:r4vhzfbnfffffbp2jzabbxlxsq

Exploring the Influence of Power in the Dynamics of Customer-Supplier Coopetition in the Case of Supplier Dominance

Natacha Tréhan, Cyril Pourrat
2019 Management international  
In our case, the perception of a very strong vulnerability tipped the coopetition toward competition. The temporal projection is important.  ...  Yet, in the understanding of the dynamics of coopetition, Akpinar and Vincze (2016) emphasize that "the functioning of power is little understood and even neglected" (p. 54).  ...  ANNEX 2 Matrix of causation  ... 
doi:10.7202/1068533ar fatcat:gsfyxsfp4fev5hb5uf6qakqxie
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