Organizing for Innovation in the Digitized World
The organizational research implications of these three digital innovation traits are explored and research opportunities for organization science scholars are identified.
A Design Theory for Systems That Support Emergent Knowledge Processes
This paper developed an IS design theory for EKP support systems, which makes the development process more tractable for developers by restricting the range of effective features and therange of effective development practices to a more manageable set.
Digital innovation management: reinventing innovation management research in a digital world
Rapid and pervasive digitization of innovation processes and outcomes has upended extant theories on innovation management by calling into question fundamental assumptions about the definitional…
Knowledge Collaboration in Online Communities
It is argued that the fluctuations in tensions can provide an opportunity for knowledge collaboration when the community responds to these tensions in ways that encourage interactions to be generative rather than constrained.
Information Technology and the Changing Fabric of Organization
- R. Zammuto, Terri L. Griffith, A. Majchrzak, D. Dougherty, S. Faraj
- BusinessOrgan. Sci.
- 1 September 2007
Examples from the articles in this special issue “Information Technology and Organizational Form and Function” are used to show the kinds of opportunities that are created in the understanding of organizations when the “black boxes” of technology and organization are simultaneously unpacked.
Technology Adaptation: The Case of a Computer-Supported Inter-Organizational Virtual Team
This study analyzes how an inter-organizational virtual team, tasked with creating a highly innovative product over a 10 month period, adapted the use of a collaborative technology and successfully achieved its challenging objectives.
The Contradictory Influence of Social Media Affordances on Online Communal Knowledge Sharing
This work theorizes four affordances of social media representing different ways to engage in this publicly visible knowledge conversations: metavoicing, triggered attending, network-informed associating, and generative role-taking, and mechanisms that affect how people engage in the knowledge conversation.
Technology adaption: the case of a computer-supported inter-organizational virtual team 1
The adaptation process for new technology is not yet well understood. This study analyzes how an inter-organizational virtual team, tasked with creating a highly innovative product over a 10 month…
Applied Social Research Methods Series. Vol. 2: The Integrative Research Review; A Systematic Approach.
The open innovation research landscape: established perspectives and emerging themes across different levels of analysis
Abstract This paper provides an overview of the main perspectives and themes emerging in research on open innovation (OI). The paper is the result of a collaborative process among several OI scholars…