Teece et al 1997 define dynamic capabilities as the

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Unformatted text preview: ets. Teece et al., (1997) define dynamic capabilities as the firm’s ability to integrate, build, and reconfigure internal and external competences to address rapidly changing environments. Dynamic global marketing strategy is viewed as the degree to which a firm globalizes its marketing behavior in various countries through standardization of marketing activities, and the integration of INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS STRATEGY, Volume 11, Number 2, 2011 77 dynamic moves across the markets. The aim of the dynamic global marketing strategy is to enhance the firm’s overall performance on a dynamic worldwide basis. This dynamic strategy enables the firm to anticipate, respond, and adapt to forces that are rapidly transforming the global marketplace (Douglas, 2000). This research focuses on dynamic global marketing strategy, which has five dimensions, namely continuous innovation improvement concentration, flexible marketing channel focus, diversified customer behavioral learning, effective customer response orientation and valuable marketing communication proactiveness. The purposes of this research are, firstly, to examine the relationships among dynamic global marketing strategy (continuous innovation improvement concentration, flexible marketing channel focus, diversified customer behavioral learning, effective customer response orientation and valuable marketing communication proactiveness), customer participation efficiency, marketing advantage sustainability, market acceptance quality, marketing excellence, marketing performance and firm survival, secondly, to examine the effect of organizational antecedents (executive vision for globalization, international entrepreneurial culture, advanced technology growth, and volatile competition forces) on dynamic global marketing strategy. Finally, it is to test the moderating effects of technology adaptation competency, international experience and market munificence with in relationship in the model. In this study, the key research questions for the study are, firstly, how does dynamic global marketing strategy affect dynamic global marketing outcomes and firm su...
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