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A Framework for Positioning and Assessing Innovation Capability from an Organizational Perspective

Lilibeth Rodriguez, Jessica Diaz, Juan Garbajosa, Jennifer Perez, Agustin Yague
2014 2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
To deal with this gap, this paper presents the Innovation Capability Framework that models innovation knowledge and assesses the innovation capability of organizations for guiding future innovation processes  ...  This framework comprises a conceptual model, a graphical modeling language, and an Innovation Positioning System (IPS), which are supported by an Inno Modeling Tool (InnoTool).  ...  a metamodel; (ii) a graphical language to facilitate innovation characterization; and (iii) the Innovation Positioning System (IPS) for positioning and assessing the innovation capability of an organization  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2014.444 dblp:conf/hicss/RodriguezDGPY14 fatcat:n4kd2tofhzfjrmrvkpe4qjiokm

Developing an Open Innovation Attitude Assessment Framework for Organizations: Focusing on Open Innovation Role Perspective and Locus of Activity

YoungPyo Jun, Kilsun Kim
2022 Behavioral Sciences  
From an organizational perspective, open innovation (OI) capability assessments are becoming increasingly important.  ...  This paper aims to focus on an organization's OI attitude measurement scales and develop a framework linked to the role perspectives and loci of OI activities occurring at the organizational level.  ...  [5] identified the individual-level capabilities needed to adopt OI, and accordingly, they developed an organizational capability model for open innovation from a human resource management perspective  ... 
doi:10.3390/bs12020046 pmid:35200297 pmcid:PMC8869447 fatcat:sqwh2dn3inbs7pp2alfcruheni

The value creation cycle: moving towards a framework for knowledge management implementation

Nikhil Mehta
2007 Knowledge Management Research & Practice  
The approach discusses four organizational capabilities that firms need to develop simultaneously to create KM-enabled value, and identifies possible organizational actions to develop these capabilities  ...  Thus, an integrated approach, rooted in the theoretical streams of knowledge-based view, KM and institutional theory, is proposed to explain how a successful KM program creates value.  ...  knowledge-creating processes and being reconstituted by these processes ' (1996: 9).  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.kmrp.8500129 fatcat:kuijwe5zxbfvbipxczovv2bppm

The design and use of performance measurement innovations and organizational outcomes in Nigerian listed companies

Folashade Owolabi, Solabomi Ajibolade, Uwalomwa Uwuigbe
2021 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
Performance measurement innovations (PMI) provide frameworks for the improvement of organizational performance.  ...  , p < 0.0001), and learning and growth perspectives (β = 0.367, p < 0.0001) were significantly positive.  ...  Data were gathered from 145 respondents, and the results show that SPMS design and use have a significant positive relationship with organizational capabilities.  ... 
doi:10.21511/ppm.19(2).2021.08 fatcat:vtkjgx27yvf5paxid7a3waox5i

Innovation capability maturity in non-R&D performers: a reference model

Ramon Baptista Narcizo, Alberto Gabbay Canen, Iara Tammela, Rodolfo Cardoso, Jamile Eleutério Delesposte
2019 Brazilian Journal of Operations & Production Management  
Highlights: The prevalence of Research and Development (R&D) as an inducing factor for innovation has been questioned, and studies show that low-tech companies are able to innovate.  ...  Goal: This article presents a reference model for innovation capability maturity in low-technology, non-R&D performing companies, oriented to guide decision makers and the institutions supporting these  ...  Quality assessment By multiple perspectives: costs, application, engineering and epistemological, from an adaptation of Frank (2007) . Size Long (estimated).  ... 
doi:10.14488/bjopm.2019.v16.n2.a5 fatcat:6xytiwngs5enja73f7j6c2kbvm

Dynamic capability: Impact of process alignment and organizational learning culture on performance

Richard Yu Yuan Hung, Baiyin Yang, Bella Ya-Hui Lien, Gary N. McLean, Yu-Ming Kuo
2010 Journal of World Business  
We gratefully acknowledge the comments and suggestions of two anonymous referees.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the National Science Council of the Republic of China, Taiwan for financially supporting this research under Contract No. NSC 93-2416-H-464-001.  ...  Four (4) items were employed to assess organizational strategic capability and achieved a reliability estimate of .75, three (3) items were used to measure R&D innovative capability and achieved a reliability  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jwb.2009.09.003 fatcat:fgskuwaambfjjfa5bkvsjtq27y

Conceptualizing innovation capabilities: A contingency perspective

Tor Helge Aas, Karl Joachim Breunig
2017 Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation  
This framework enables the identification of four different contexts for innovation capabilities in a two-bytwo matrix.  ...  Empirical research has confirmed that a positive relationship exists between the implementation of innovation activities and the future performance of organizations.  ...  There is therefore both an overlap and a separation between the concepts of innovation capabilities and dynamic capabilities, and as such, our framework ( Figure 1 ) identifies distinctions between the  ... 
doi:10.7341/20171311 fatcat:qgzar4xsqrczvnokibg4zh2aua

Green dynamic capability for enhancing green innovations performance in a manufacturing company: a conceptual framework

R Amaranti, R Govindaraju, D Irianto
2019 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering  
Green innovation has become a necessity for companies in line with the demands of environmental requirements.  ...  This paper proposes a conceptual framework that illustrates the role of companies' dynamic green capabilities on the performance of green innovation in manufacturing companies in Indonesia.  ...  The dynamic capability perspective is one concept that provides a theoretical view to examine the practices of innovation management at the organizational level.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1757-899x/703/1/012023 fatcat:3at6qfxas5ag3lux3ipjfxd3qi

Business Innovation and Differentiation: Maturing the IT Capability

Marian Carcary, Eileen Doherty, Clare Thornley
2015 IT Professional Magazine  
, and process management. 15 However, adopting a capability perspective involves a mindset shift for many organizations that have historically emphasized a processcentric view focused on an "ability  ...  the business, support innovation and change, and position IT as a strategic partner.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mitp.2015.18 fatcat:wiqfylvefnds3pk2au3uw7le5u

A Firm Analysis Level of Supporting Industries in Hanoi City-Vietnam: Application of Resource-based View and Industrial Organization

Nham Phong Tuan, Nguyen Thi Tuyet Mai
2012 International Journal of Business and Management  
resources, organizational capabilities, industry effects, competitive advantage and performance of fmns through applying the process approach of RBV and 10 perspective in strategic management perspectives  ...  Specifically, we based our research on the integrated framework of RBV and 10 and reviewed previous empirical researches before deciding on testing relationships among organizational capabilities, industry  ...  However, Grant (2002) developed his framework into a more comprehensive process from resources to organizational capabilities by resource integration process and then from organizational capabilities  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v7n5p53 fatcat:yepabvhb7ncsjcbbdhpsaqo7k4

Toward Vision Oriented Organization through Foresight Capability Development

Gianita BLEOJU
2014 Annals of Dunarea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics  
Therefore, we assist to a relative emergency of strategic intelligence adjustment framework, to channel the managerial capability mechanisms, from current detective orientation capabilities toward anticipatory  ...  Based upon exploitation of an organizational profiling database, we try our contribution to this challenging debate, by formulating recommendations for strategic adjustment and prototype testing of the  ...  a transitory training framework as an organizational learning process asset.  ... 
doaj:61518d94c7ca4e899270d2011252577f fatcat:42igpnkop5h35ekvluctp4tsum

U.S. Healthcare Provider Capabilities and Performance: the Mediating Roles of Service Innovation and Quality

Ravi Thambusamy, Prashant Palvia
2018 Information Systems Frontiers  
In this study, we combine the capabilities perspective and an adapted Capability-Quality-Performance (CQP) model to investigate the roles service innovation and quality play in the relationship between  ...  a healthcare provider's IT-enabled capabilities and provider performance.  ...  The process perspective provides a powerful framework for conducting a systematic investigation of firm performance and outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-018-9841-z fatcat:kq4m5xiuj5bctnz24hcmgj2nyy

Using TOE and RBV Theories to Define a Theoretical Model to Assess ERP Value Across Iberian MANUFACTURING and Services SMEs

Pedro Ruivo, Jorge Rodrigues, Björn Johansson, Tiago Oliveira, Jorge Rebelo
2016 Procedia Computer Science  
in Europe: An innovation perspective.  ...  A resource-based perspective on information technology capability and firm performance: an empirical investigation. Sustainable information systems management.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2016.09.184 fatcat:joh3rf7siffbzjrvys2u2ewpfe

Relationship Between Knowledge Base and Innovation-Driven Growth: Moderated by Organizational Character

Dengke Yu, Hongling Yan
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Knowledge base, both breadth and depth, makes a positive impact on the innovation-driven growth of an enterprise.  ...  and explicit organizational character.Originality/value: A new theoretical framework of organizational innovation-driven growth was proposed.  ...  technology transfer was assessed from the perspective of product and process innovations.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.663317 pmid:34113295 pmcid:PMC8185048 fatcat:jjicl5rtzfhwnns5lwwyxhtqdu

Exploring the Unseen: A Collective Emotional Framework in Entrepreneurial Orientation and Business Model Innovation

İpek Koçoğlu, Salih Zeki İmamoğlu, Ali Ekber Akgün, Hüseyin İnce, Halit Keskin
2015 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Prevailing perspectives on entrepreneurial orientation (EO) and business model innovation (BMI) are mainly cognitive which hides the value of collective emotional framework in the creation of value through  ...  Specifically we found that OEC, provides a pertinent environment as well as characteristics for the organization leveraging the entrepreneurial orientation and business model innovations in organizations  ...  A positive relationship exists between organizational emotional capability and business model innovation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.10.148 fatcat:vkeyuxq4gjfutjgkkfp4ude3ta
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