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According to resource dependency theory, what motivates organizations to form inter-organizational linkages?

What are the advantages of strategic alliances as a way of exchanging resources?

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// In this fast moving world, the organization directs its activities to have the most effective utilization of resources. In this course, they can enter inter organizational linkage through strategic alliance, to have the advantage over its competitors. In this paper, we will have a look at the above mentioned statement.//

Resource dependence theory motivates the organization to form inter organizational linkage, so that the organizations can reduce the environmental uncertainties. It also helps the companies to minimize the waste resources and maximize productivity. The organizations, through strategic alliance, can effectively conduct research operation in order to curtail the overall cost. The theory helps in communication ...

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