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Ambidextrous governance in supply chains: the impact on innovation and cost performance

Bibliographic reference Blome, Constantin ; Schoenherr, Tobias ; Kaesser, Matthias. Ambidextrous governance in supply chains: the impact on innovation and cost performance. In: Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 49, no.4, p. 59-80 (2013)
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