Decoupling Management and Technological Innovations : Resolving the Individualism – Collectivism

  title={Decoupling Management and Technological Innovations : Resolving the Individualism – Collectivism},
  author={Matej Cerne and MARKO JAKLI{\vC} and Miha Skerlavaj},
This study aims to resolve the contradictory previous research findings on the relationship between individualism-collectivism and innovation. We draw on innovation theory and relate to the difference between non-technological (management) and technological innovation types as well as to the distinction between exploration and exploitation (invention and commercialization of technological innovations). Using Community Innovation Survey (CIS) 2006 micro data for innovation at the organizational… CONTINUE READING


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