are a team of highly committed experts who have spent decades helping multinational corporations improve the performance of their global networks.
When global and national governance systems coevolve
in a mutually supportive manner, coherent governance is achieved.
As the literature on regional clustering emphasizes (Rosenkopf & Almeida, 2003), important capabilities are more likely to coevolve
through face to face interaction with onshore suppliers (Ethiraj et al" 2005; Volberda & Lewin, 2003).
Navy infrastructure provided by the Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES, discussed below) and that of a coalition force less robustly networked; and second, finding a way for likely coalition partners to coevolve
maritime systems in a way that enables maximum networking among ships and other platforms.
In an overall sense, it is this interaction of uncertainty and risk, as they coevolve
, that pervades how the international business environment is viewed by entrepreneurs and managers.
Long-settled natives tend to coevolve
with their environment, often achieving a certain level of symbiosis.
Host disease occurs in at least 2 evolutionary settings: 1) a highly coevolved pathogen has titrated its pathogenicity to a level high enough to be competitive with other strains (and other species) and low enough to maximize host survival and spread to other hosts; and 2) a pathogen recently having crossed the "species barrier" may be more virulent than its best interests dictate, but it has not had time to coevolve
with the host.
Complex networks coevolve
with their complex technologies.
The crucial question is whether these heterogeneous expectations coevolve
into homogeneous rational-expectations beliefs, supporting the efficient-market theory held by academics, or instead a richer pattern of individual and collective behavior emerges, upholding the traders' view.
The MSG has become an important link among national naval C4ISR acquisition programs "so the nations can coevolve
their systems in a way that will enable them to seamlessly network at sea.
glauca is an exotic plant, and exotics usually have low defenses against pests because they did not coevolve
with them (Parker & Hay 2005).
Students first read the "imaginary illustration" of how plants and insects coevolve
(On the Origin of Species pp.