Achieving ambidexterity

Loizos Heracleous discusses the organizational dysfunctions that can interfere with the implementation of structural ambidexterity as a dynamic capability. Loizos Heracleous is Professor of Strategy and Organisation at the Warwick Business School, and Associate Fellow of Templeton College and Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.


Heracleous, L., Papachroni, A., Andriopoulos, C. & Gotsi, M. 2017. Structural ambidexterity and competency traps: Insights from Xerox PARC. Forthcoming, Technological Forecasting and Social Change.
Heracleous, L. & Wirtz, J. 2014. Sustainable competitive advantage at Singapore Airlines: Dual strategy as mastering paradoxJournal of Applied Behavioral Science, 50, 150-170.
Heracleous, L. 2013. Quantum Strategy at Apple Inc.Organizational Dynamics, 42: 92-99.

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