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Innovation as newness: what is new, how new, and new to whom?
Innovation implies newness. To define and measure innovation better, we investigated three dimensions of newness: what is new, how new, and new to whom? Drawing on prior research by Schumpeter andExpand
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Mismanagement of tacit knowledge: the importance of tacit knowledge, the danger of information technology, and what to do about it
Businesses are increasingly finding themselves in a world characterized by globalization, turbulence and complexity, paralleled with an exponential advancement in information technology (IT).Expand
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Aspects of innovation theory based on knowledge-management
The objective of this paper is to develop some rudiments of innovation theory based upon organizational vision and knowledge management, i.e. facilitating the development-integration and applicationExpand
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Strategic use of information technology for increased innovation and performance
Although we observe a general optimism concerning IT’s potential for creating suitable competitive advantages, there exists a lack of empirical support for the positive economic impact of IT onExpand
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Knowledge management and sustainable competitive advantages: The impact of dynamic contextual training
The problem to be analyzed in this article is the following one: How can training be instrumental in developing competence into sustainable competitive advantages? The fundamental belief behind theExpand
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The future of value creation and innovations: Aspects of a theory of value creation and innovation in a global knowledge economy
What enhances innovation and value creation in the global knowledge economy? We offer several answers here, chief among them this: Leaders need to move away from focusing on developing innovationsExpand
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Projects as communicating systems: Creating a culture of innovation and performance
Although often downplayed and instrumental, there is evidence that communication in projects is essential in achieving value creation. Our main interest in this paper is on temporary continuity, aExpand
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Managing and organizing innovation in the knowledge economy
In the knowledge economy, where the business environment is characterised by turbulence and complexity, knowledge is the main source of creating both innovation and sustainable competitive advantage.Expand
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Information Technology and Innovation: Identifying Critical Innovation Factors
Identifies critical innovation factors (CIF) linked to information technology (IT). First, identifies the various trends in research and how they relate to each other in terms of IT andExpand
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Intellectual capital as a holistic management philosophy: a theoretical perspective
The aim of this article is to examine the nature of intellectual capital and its role in the value creation processes. In this article, we regard the construct intellectual capital as a holisticExpand
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