The organizational dynamics of knowledge and IT-enabled innovations

@inproceedings{Watad2010TheOD,
  title={The organizational dynamics of knowledge and IT-enabled innovations},
  author={Mahmoud M. Watad and William Paterson},
  year={2010}
}
The paper presents an integrated framework for IT-enabled organizational innovations. The framework highlights the factors that affect the effective introduction of knowledge and information systems to become organizational innovations. It conceptualizes the innovation process as an open system and takes into consideration knowledge management and performance evaluation. The rationale for this framework is that because of the narrow scope of current frameworks, managers and IT personnel often… CONTINUE READING

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