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We show that architectural in- novations destroy the usefulness of the architectural knowledge of established firms, and that since architec- tural knowledge tends to become embedded in the struc- ture and information-processing procedures of estab- lished organizations, this destruction is difficult for firms to recognize and hard to correct. Architectural innovation therefore presents established organizations with subtle challenges that may have significant competitive implica- tions.
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