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Assumptions of Customer Knowledge Enablement in the Open Innovation Process

Raminta Jokubauskienė, Rimgailė Vaitkienė
2017 Economics and Business  
Evaluating the context where are the interactions of open innovation and customer knowledge enablement, it is necessary to take into account the importance of customer knowledge management.  ...  In practice, there is a variety of open innovation activities, but, nevertheless, customers stand as the cornerstone in this area, since the customers' knowledge is one of the most important sources of  ...  OPEN INNOVATION PROCESS IN THE CONTEXT OF CUSTOMERS' KNOWLEDGE ENABLEMENT Assessing the literature about open innovation processes, there is addition to Chesbrough (2003) who proposed a model of open  ... 
doi:10.1515/eb-2017-0018 fatcat:62ha7okcjjawjeo2mmclgb2cgi

Validation of the Measurement Scale for the Circular Economy: a proposal based on the precepts of innovation

Edson Kuzma, Simone Sehnem
2021 Zenodo  
Therefore, this study bears a conceptual, theoretical and scientific advance in this field, by proposing the construction of a wide measuring scale in circular economy.  ...  Objective: This article is a research report that is part of a study that aims to build a measuring scale for circular economy business models based on the precepts of innovation and validation of the  ...  Validation of the Measurement Scale for the Circular Economy: a proposal based on the precepts of innovation. wide measuring scale in circular economy.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5810812 fatcat:6kfcz5xtuzdy3icnvudd3kewtu

Validation of the Measurement Scale for the Circular Economy: a proposal based on the precepts of innovation

Edson Kuzma, Simone Sehnem
2021 Zenodo  
Therefore, this study bears a conceptual, theoretical and scientific advance in this field, by proposing the construction of a wide measuring scale in circular economy.  ...  Objective: This article is a research report that is part of a study that aims to build a measuring scale for circular economy business models based on the precepts of innovation and validation of the  ...  Validation of the Measurement Scale for the Circular Economy: a proposal based on the precepts of innovation. wide measuring scale in circular economy.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5813192 fatcat:vdpm2fms2raqfd4plxop5w5reu

A Review of Dynamic Capabilities, Innovation Capabilities, Entrepreneurial Capabilities and Their Consequences

Hieu Minh VU, Faculty of Business Administration, Van Lang University, Vietnam
2020 Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business  
The proposed model highlights the different measures of dynamic capabilities, innovation capabilities, entrepreneurial capabilities and their consequences.  ...  The paper proposes a conceptual model which provides direction for researchers to empirically establish the connections between dynamic capabilities, innovation capabilities, entrepreneurial capabilities  ...  The proposed model highlights the different measures of dynamic capabilities, innovation capabilities, entrepreneurial capabilities and their consequences.  ... 
doi:10.13106/jafeb.2020.vol7.no8.485 fatcat:m6o3nndwcrhcnmhyzwzvbq6zd4

How the Interaction of Big Data Analytics Capabilities and Digital Platform Capabilities Affects Service Innovation: A Dynamic Capabilities View

Xiaohong Xiao, Qinghong Tian, Hongyi Mao
2020 IEEE Access  
Our findings from a survey of 175 organizations in China provide empirical evidence of two positive effects of big data analytics technical capabilities (BDAT) and big data analytics personnel capabilities  ...  (BDAP) on service innovation via dynamic capabilities.  ...  Our questionnaire adopted a seven-point Likert scale with options ranging from 1 (''strongly disagree'') to 7 (''strongly agree'') to measure all variables, which included BDAP, BDAT, service innovation  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2968734 fatcat:eukd6lji5rb4ba6blt5dfdztqi

Digital Capability Dissected [chapter]

Janne J. Korhonen, Aalto University, FI, Asif Q. Gill, University of Technology Sydney, AU
2018 Australasian Conference on Information Systems 2018  
It is intended to provide a foundation to plan and execute digital capability driven innovation and transformation initiatives.  ...  There is a growing interest in digital innovation and transformation among the researchers and practitioners.  ...  Korhonen wants to thank The Foundation for Economic Education in Finland for a travel grant that partly enabled writing this contribution.  ... 
doi:10.5130/acis2018.ap fatcat:q5ixbsjs2faqnooqa3wiooigpi

The Impact of Absorption Capability, Innovation Capability, and Branding Capability on Firm Performance—An Empirical Study on Vietnamese Retail Firms

Linh Nguyen Phuong, Khanh Cao Tuan, Nhuan Nguyen Duc, Uyen Nguyen Thi
2022 Sustainability  
Using the resource-based view (RBV), this study proposes a research model on the direct impact of absorption capability, innovation capability, and branding capability on firm performance as well as the  ...  This study aims to explore the impact of absorption capability, innovation capability, and branding capability on the performance of retailers.  ...  Absorption capability enables a firm to learn external knowledge [5, 25, 26] and achieve its objectives as a type of learning orientation capability [6] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14116422 fatcat:xlsi6a6hkzcknhhhnxfzn6wpyy

The Impact of HRM Capabilities on Innovation Mediated by Knowledge Management Capability

Gönül Kaya Özbağ, Murat Esen, Dilek Esen
2013 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The Sobel test is used to measure the significance of mediation effect of knowledge management capability.  ...  The results indicate that Human Resource Management (HRM) Capabilities are positively related to Knowledge Management (KM) Capability which turn into innovation.  ...  Measures All items were measured on a five point Likert-type scale where (1) Strongly Disagree (2) Hansen and Birkinshaw (2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.10.550 fatcat:eky3okvgs5alvk2ilzppn3mr3m

Technological capabilities, resilience capabilities and organizational effectiveness

Oscar F. Bustinza, Ferran Vendrell-Herrero, MªNieves Perez-Arostegui, Glenn Parry
2016 International Journal of Human Resource Management  
Technological capabilities are a knowledge-based comprehensive set of organizational capabilities that enable a firm to search, recognize, organize, apply and commercialize innovative products and services  ...  Competitive intensity: To measure the competitive intensity four items are used following the Grewal and Tansuhaj (2001) scale.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09585192.2016.1216878 fatcat:oxsxo4dfe5gqfbh5wtzflk52qy

The Effect of IT Capabilities on Crossfunctional Capabilities

Shuai-fu Lin, Ashley A. Bush
2010 International Conference on Information Systems  
of a firm as measured by Tobin's q.  ...  a set of cross-functional capabilities.  ...  Data from the same source has been used as the measure for IT capability in previous studies (e.g., Bharadwaj, 2000) . A 7-point ordinal scale is used to measure a firm's IT capability.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/LinB10 fatcat:3244rigeirg27k6ryvtjz44ezi

Absorptive capacity and mass customization capability

Min Zhang, Xiande Zhao, Marjorie A. Lyles, Hangfei Guo, Professor Brian Fynes and Professor Paul Coug
2015 International Journal of Operations & Production Management  
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effects of a manufacturer's absorptive capacity (AC) on its mass customization capability (MCC).  ...  The authors then propose and empirically test a model on the 2 relationships among AC processes and MCC using structural equation modeling and data collected from 276 manufacturing firms in China.  ...  AfC3: We frequently poll our customers to assess the quality of our products. AfC4: We have formal routines and standard operating procedures to guide employees' interactions with customers.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijopm-03-2015-0120 fatcat:bp3p6lhywzhjvjs5cgbqmrlosu

Enhancing Innovativeness: The Role of Dynamic Marketing Capabilities

David Roach, Joel Ryman, Rosalind Jones, Hannah Ryman
2018 Canadian Journal of the Administrative Sciences  
These combined capabilities form a DMC and enable the organization to sense and seize opportunity to establish a position in the market as a customer value leader through its innovation activities (Day  ...  It is at this juncture where a robust MO not only provides market knowledge, but also infuses the innovation process with a greater sensitivity to the customer.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cjas.1473 fatcat:3aj3btczbrf7rfbxhfodrcgnbm

Impact of Entrepreneurial Orientation on Innovation Capability: The Mediating Role of Absorptive Capability and Organizational Learning Capabilities

Lahcene Makhloufi, Abderrazak Ahmed Laghouag, Alhussain Ali Sahli, Fateh Belaid
2021 Sustainability  
Learning and knowledge creation are acknowledged as crucial drivers associated with entrepreneurial orientation (EO) and innovation capability (IC).  ...  Besides, even though both OLC and AC partially increase EO's interaction impact on innovation capability as a mediation role, suggesting that the more a firm is entrepreneurially oriented, the more learning  ...  to explore new opportunities [52] , enabling them to fit customers' and market's requirements through innovation [53, 54] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13105399 fatcat:brxn65h4ojajbif7pfnsbghlnq

How collaborative innovation networks affect new product performance: Product innovation capability, process innovation capability, and absorptive capacity

Saeed Najafi-Tavani, Zhaleh Najafi-Tavani, Peter Naudé, Pejvak Oghazi, Elham Zeynaloo
2018 Industrial Marketing Management  
"Product innovation" and "Process innovation" capabilities measures (using a five-item scale and a ten-item scale respectively) were adopted from the study of Camisón and Villar-Lopez (2014) .  ...  "Communications climate" and "communications network" were measured by employing six and five items scales respectively. "Knowledge scanning" was measured by adopting a seven-item scale.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.indmarman.2018.02.009 fatcat:dkj4swenybcsngzyevpmo43hpm

Organizational Capabilities and Profitability

M. Ángeles López-Cabarcos, Sérgio Göttling-Oliveira-Monteiro, Paula Vázquez-Rodríguez
2015 SAGE Open  
The resource-based view (RBV) posits that the sustainability of a firm's success depends upon the creation, development, and implementation of a given organization's unique resources and capabilities.  ...  crucial to understanding the success of a given organization and how resources and capabilities contribute to the process.  ...  Respondents were asked to indicate in a Likert-type 5-point scale (1 means a lot less than the competitors and 5 means a lot more than the competitors) in which measure their capabilities can be considered  ... 
doi:10.1177/2158244015616852 fatcat:sh6iuorbjrdbdaxbdrsk5fd334
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