Does Electronic Business Create Value for Firms ? an Organizational Innovation Perspective

@inproceedings{Zhuang2005DoesEB,
  title={Does Electronic Business Create Value for Firms ? an Organizational Innovation Perspective},
  author={Youlong Zhuang},
  year={2005}
}
This study applies organizational innovation theory to one specific type of innovation—electronic business. It describes e-business innovation along seven dimensions: organizational focus, radicalness, centrality, adaptability, uncertainty, pervasiveness, and communicability. E-business is identified as both an administrative and technical innovation that is flexible, has median centrality, high levels of radicalness, uncertainty, pervasiveness, and communicability. The study also links… CONTINUE READING

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