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This study investigates how knowledge management influences the innovation performance of a firm. While former studies mainly focused on the difference phases of knowledge processing in the firm, new data allows us to look at it from the perspective of knowledge management techniques. It turns out that there is a difference between the three knowledge(More)
Extended Abstract The not-invented-here (NIH) syndrome refers to internal resistance in a company against externally developed knowledge. Although previous research has shown that firms can benefit significantly from external knowledge inflows in terms of firm performance and innovativeness such positive effects from external knowledge sourcing cannot be(More)
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