The concept of dynamic capabilities refers to a firm’s ability to reconfigure internal and external competencies to adapt to changing environments. Strategic intent looks into how much stress can be put in an organization between its resources and its goals. With both concepts combined, a firm can discover the reaction its capabilities and intent have on competitors and the implications of such reaction on itself.
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