Managers' disruptive innovation activities: the construct, measurement and validity

@article{Sadiq2020ManagersDI,
  title={Managers' disruptive innovation activities: the construct, measurement and validity},
  author={Fawad Sadiq and Tasweer Hussain and Afshan Naseem},
  journal={Management Decision},
  year={2020},
  volume={59},
  pages={153-174}
}
The purpose of this paper is to present results of a study that operationalizes the construct of disruptive innovation activities (DIA) at managerial level and to examine its validity.,A sequential mixed method approach is adopted in this study where a Likert-type scale to measure DIA is developed basing on the interviews of thirteen managers and conceptualization of disruptive innovation at manager level. Later, the scale validity and reliability are examined through quantitative data from 390… 
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