Innovating with enterprise systems and digital platforms: A contingent resource-based theory view

@article{Sedera2016InnovatingWE,
  title={Innovating with enterprise systems and digital platforms: A contingent resource-based theory view},
  author={Darshana Sedera and Sachithra Lokuge and Varun Grover and Suprateek Sarker and Saonee Sarker},
  journal={Information & Management},
  year={2016},
  volume={53},
  pages={366-379}
}
In an era of new technological advances and hyper-competition, it is no surprise that organizational innovation enabled through information systems in order to achieve competitive parity will remain a core topic of interest for both scholars and practitioners. Understanding the process of innovation through enterprise systems (ES) is especially critical, given the contradictory beliefs surrounding the role of ES in organizational innovation. Conversely, recent anecdotal commentary suggests a… CONTINUE READING

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