Customer Relationship as a Competitive Advantage in a High Performing Organization and the Impact of Change

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Abstract

This study examines the variations in the customer perspective and customer relationship (CR) of a High Performance Work System (HPWS) under the conditions of change resulting from a takeover. It investigates a recently acquired Australian telecommunication company that is characterized as having an HPWS environment. Using both qualitative and qualitative research method, findings demonstrate that the existence of an HPWS environment in the organization helped the employees to develop and build on firm-specific knowledge that significantly contributes towards improved CR (that could be seen as a competitive advantage) and high performance of the organization in both pre and post takeover. The acquisition seems to have had no negative impact on CR in the high performing environment.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-20
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Externally publishedYes
Event8th European Network for Research in Organizational and Accounting Change (ENROAC) Conference - , Portugal
Duration: 1 Jun 20113 Jun 2011
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Conference8th European Network for Research in Organizational and Accounting Change (ENROAC) Conference
CountryPortugal
Period1/06/113/06/11
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Competitive advantage
Customer relationship
High performance work systems
Qualitative research methods
Employees
Telecommunications
High performance

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Razi, N. (2011). Customer Relationship as a Competitive Advantage in a High Performing Organization and the Impact of Change. 1-20. Paper presented at 8th European Network for Research in Organizational and Accounting Change (ENROAC) Conference, Portugal.
Razi, Nazila. / Customer Relationship as a Competitive Advantage in a High Performing Organization and the Impact of Change. Paper presented at 8th European Network for Research in Organizational and Accounting Change (ENROAC) Conference, Portugal.20 p.
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