Exploring IT-enabled innovation: A new paradigm?

@article{Ashurst2012ExploringII,
  title={Exploring IT-enabled innovation: A new paradigm?},
  author={Colin Ashurst and Alison Freer and Jessica Ekdahl and Chris Gibbons},
  journal={Int J. Information Management},
  year={2012},
  volume={32},
  pages={326-336}
}
Abstract Innovation is a major strategic issue for many organizations. This paper reports on findings from 10 case studies of successful IT-enabled innovation covering a wide range of organizations and projects. They were carried out as an exploratory study to identify practices that contribute to innovation and specifically consider the implications of a focus on innovation for earlier work on benefits-led approaches to IT. The research identifies a number of practices from benefits-led… CONTINUE READING
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