Flexibility is a basic requirement to cope with complexity and dynamics. The aim of this chapter is to analyze to which extent self-organization can support integrating flexibility in the processes of competence-building and competence-leveraging. The objective of this discussion is therefore to deduce possible contributions of the concept of self-organization to a strategic competence-based management in regard to effects of flexibilization.
Hülsmann, M. and Wycisk, C. (2008), "The role of flexibility in strategic competence-management – contributions of the concept of self-organization", Sanchez, R. (Ed.) A Focused Issue on Fundamental Issues in Competence Theory Development (Research in Competence-Based Management, Vol. 4), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 259-279. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1744-2117(08)04007-3Download as .RIS
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