Knowledge creation processes as critical enablers for innovation

  title={Knowledge creation processes as critical enablers for innovation},
  author={Den{\'e}le Esterhuizen and Cornelius S. L. Schutte and Adeline du Toit},
  journal={Int J. Information Management},
Knowledge conversion is a prominent theme within the knowledge management field and the question arises how knowledge creation processes can grow innovation capability maturity. This notion provides the platform for aligning knowledge creation processes to the requirements for innovation capability growth from one maturity level to the next. In order to achieve this alignment, the authors identified a knowledge creation path as a key enabler for maturity growth in each innovation capability… CONTINUE READING
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