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Central European Management Journal

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Rok 03/2022 
Tom 30 
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New Organizations in Complex Networks: Survival and Success

Caner Asbaş
Atılım University

Zühal Şenyuva
Başkent University

Şule Tuzlukaya
Atılım University

03/2022 30 (1) Central European Management Journal

DOI 10.7206/cemj.2658-0845.68

Abstrakt

Purpose: The present study investigates the survival and success of new organizations in the light of complex network theory.

Methodology: The empirical data was collected using the survey method from the technology park companies are analyzed with social network analysis. Two main methods were used in this study: descriptive statistics and social network analysis.

Findings: The findings indicate that new nodes appearing because of splitting up of bigger nodes from present or other related networks have a higher degree of centrality. In practice, this means that companies founded by former members of large-scale companies from these networks are more successful due to the ease in providing the flow of resources and information through previous links. This suggests that the imprint effect can be observed in the appearance, lifecycle, and performance of new nodes in complex networks.

Originality: The literature lacks studies on new organizations’ lifecycle in complex networks despite the existence of studies about new organizations in organizational networks. This study examines the appearance, success, and survival of new organizations in networks by complex network approaches such as dynamism, dissipative structures, and uncertainties.

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