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Managing open incremental process innovation : absorptive capacity and distributed learning
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In this conceptual article, we extend earlier work on Open Innovation and Absorptive Capacity to include knowledge management and the application of innovative knowledge. Expand
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Developing a Multidimensional Scale for Ethical Decision Making
This article reports on the development of the managerial ethical profile (MEP) scale. The MEP scale is a multilevel, self-reporting scale measuring the perceived influence that different dimensionsExpand
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Ethics in emergency medical services – who cares? An exploratory analysis from Australia
Due to the complexity, stressfulness and often the life threatening nature of tasks that ambulance professionals have to deal with every day, ethical decision making in Emergency Services is a dailyExpand
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Treating an unhealthy organisational culture: the implications of the Bundaberg Hospital Inquiry for managerial ethical decision making.
This paper explores the interplay between individual values, espoused organisational values and the values of the organisational culture in practice in light of a recent Royal Commission inExpand
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How Business Idea Fit Affects Sustainability and Creates Opportunities for Value Co-Creation in Nascent Firms
A well-defined business idea is essential for nascent business sustainability in the future. The business idea must fit firm knowledge and resources to a profitable business opportunity. This workExpand
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A discovery of multiple levels of open innovation in understanding the economic sustainability: A case study in the manufacturing industry
The aim of this paper is twofold: firstly, investigate the theory of governance and open innovation by adding the process of value creation and value capture; secondly, to discuss the potential linkExpand
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Agglomeration dynamics of innovative start-ups in Italy beyond the industrial district era
Building on the literature on agglomeration economies, this study examines how urbanization, industry-diversification, district economics and incubating initiatives are associated to the creation ofExpand
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Ethical decision making and health care managers : developing managerial profiles based on ethical frameworks and other influencing factors
Whether the community is looking for “scapegoats” to blame, or seeking more radical and deeper causes, health care managers are in the firing line whenever there are woes in the health care sector.Expand
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Towards Healthier Decision Making: A call for a multi criteria approach
Recently, the pages of the newspapers have been filled with many disturbing headlines about the health sector crisis, and especially professional staff working at the public hospitals. The scandal ofExpand
Does innovation propensity influence wineries’ distribution channel decisions?
Purpose The aim of this paper is to analyze the relationships between distribution strategies and the level of innovation propensity in the winemaking industry. It intends to identify theExpand
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