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Building Ambidexterity by Structural Differentiation: The Moderating Role of Organizational Context.
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Building Ambidexterity by Structural Differentiation: The Moderating Role of Organizational Context.

2.015 Texas, Organization & Management Theory, 2015.   GABRICH, Rudolf;  REVILLA, Elena. Artigo Gabrich, Rudolf GABRICH, Rudolf;  REVILLA, Elena. Research has proposed that ambidexterity—the ability to balance exploitation and exploration—is critical to firms’ performance and survival, yet scholars still debate the appropriate management modes to facilitate it. Our study investigates the effectiveness of combining structural differentiation with organizational context in establishing an appropriate environment for firms’ ambidexterity. Survey data collected from 128 Brazilian companies suggest that organizational context interacts with structural elements to help large firms create and maintain ambidexterity. Significantly, our results do not show the same effect for medium-size companies, where the need for structural differentiation is lower. Inglês