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Innovating in Circles

Katharina Ebner, Genevieve Bassellier, Stefan Smolnik
2021 Business Information Systems  
Using a theoretically grounded analysis framework, we were able to derive eight propositions on the attainment of performative and creative outcome of innovative IT use.  ...  In this paper, we will build on the recombination processes feature set broadening and deepening to show how individuals innovate with IT.  ...  outcomes Performative and creative outcomes of innovative IT use Table 4 . 4 Summary of case analysis: cycles of broadening and deepening.Understand that the sound configuration could be used to configure  ... 
doi:10.52825/bis.v1i.50 fatcat:s5vfdxpve5fp7o34ahoe3l3yti


Madihah Khalid, Supiah Saad, Siti Rafiah Abdul Hamid, Muhammad Ridhuan Abdullah, Hasniza Ibrahim, Masitah Shahrill
2020 Creativity Studies  
A mixed qualitative and quantitative data were collected to investigate the effect of the 3 cycles of creative problem solving lessons implemented.  ...  Creativity is something regular in the teaching of arts subjects but is not a common feature in teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects.  ...  One-way analysis of variance was performed to investigate if the changes are significant from cycle to cycle and also according to different schools.  ... 
doi:10.3846/cs.2020.11027 fatcat:cul7lojzdbbptmwt4bau4g446e

Visualising a "good game": analytics as a calculative engine in a digital environment

Erkki M. Lassila, Sinikka Moilanen, Janne T. Järvinen
2019 Accounting Auditing & Accountability Journal  
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to concern the use of analytics as a calculative engine enabling coordination and control for the development process in a creative digital business environment.  ...  Originality/value This study furthers our understanding of the performativity of accounting as an engine and the user behavioural data trace as its "fuel" in a digital product development.  ...  This section outlines the aspects of the concepts of calculative practices as performative engines and the cycles of accumulation of knowledge, which are central to the action at a distance analysis in  ... 
doi:10.1108/aaaj-11-2017-3252 fatcat:b6ilmyiwunddvnntc6c7zqur2q

The growth paradox, sustainable development, and business strategy

Mark G. Edwards
2021 Business Strategy and the Environment  
The features of this typology and its implications for business strategy are discussed according to three principles that emerged from the analysis: multidexterity, resilience thinking for design, and  ...  I describe and discuss the organizational characteristics of the growth paradox and follow this with a metatheoretical review of economic, organizational, and ecological perspectives on growth.  ...  Types 3 and 4 growth strategies enlist human creativity and innovative potential in responding to the challenges of the paradox of growth as a goal with its own intrinsic value.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bse.2790 fatcat:mldrxe2sfrgcvdjqmlmbeglcua

Developing U.S. Oversight Strategies for Nanobiotechnology: Learning from Past Oversight Experiences

Jordan Paradise, Susan M. Wolf, Jennifer Kuzma, Aliya Kuzhabekova, Alison W. Tisdale, Efrosini Kokkoli, Gurumurthy Ramachandran
2009 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics  
Register), it will be important to evaluate whether oversight systems that incorporate such mechanisms have greater success in implementing other features of quality oversight and lead to better outcomes  ...  Quantitative Analysis In order to evaluate these oversight systems quantita- tively, we performed expert elicitation using a survey tailored for each case study."’  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1748-720x.2009.00441.x pmid:20122110 fatcat:gffg5y7ok5f55oy4xvlxelqvwi

Plotting Poetry 3. Conference report

David J. Birnbaum, Anne-Sophie Bories, Thomas N. Haider, Mari Sarv
2020 Studia Metrica et Poetica  
Archaisms and dialect features make it impossible to parse the texts using tools developed for and trained on the standard language, but Sarv's presentation demonstrated how the analysis of poetic features  ...  One outcome of this analysis has been the successful use of corpus data (specifically, most frequent words) to document regional differences, e.g., a preference for communicative terms (hello, thank you  ... 
doi:10.12697/smp.2019.6.2.05 fatcat:ww2hvf6lgvb2pmv4ak36vibhaq

Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom? An Early Look at Large Numbers of Software 'Apps' Developers and Patterns of Innovation

Kevin J. Boudreau
2011 Social Science Research Network  
I would like to also thank participants in seminars and presentations at Carnegie  ...  Acknowledgments I would like to thank the team at Handango, and particularly Jason Wells, who kindly provided the data used in this study and who devoted considerable time and organizational resources  ...  Any one of these properties could, in principle, alter the qualitative nature of and likely "soften" competition.There are, however, other features of applications software competition and innovation that  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1826702 fatcat:mhj7z5q3jzgxvjbsyp2swgvs7q

The process of creative construction: knowledge spillovers, entrepreneurship, and economic growth

Rajshree Agarwal, David Audretsch, M. B. Sarkar
2007 Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal  
in their context, results in new venture creation, heterogeneity in performance and subsequent growth in industries, regions and economies.  ...  The framework has implications for future research in entrepreneurship, strategy and economic growth.  ...  KSSE not only links the knowledge generated in one organization with the knowledge accessed and used for commercialization and innovation, and ultimately a strong performance in a different organization  ... 
doi:10.1002/sej.36 fatcat:oeatgnna2ve3tca5uzluvyb5sa

The Theory of Knowledge Spillover Entrepreneurship

David B. Audretsch, Max Keilbach
2007 Journal of Management Studies  
in their context, results in new venture creation, heterogeneity in performance and subsequent growth in industries, regions and economies.  ...  Questioning the underlying assumptions of the process of creative destruction, we conceptualize an alternative process of creative construction that may characterize the dynamics between entrants and incumbents  ...  KSSE not only links the knowledge generated in one organization with the knowledge accessed and used for commercialization and innovation, and ultimately a strong performance in a different organization  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-6486.2007.00722.x fatcat:i6n4pjuy5nbmto4ym7jtaton2u

Technology in New Institutional Economics—Comparison of Transaction Costs in Schumpeter's Capitalist Development Ideology

Ilkben Akansel
2016 Chinese Business Review  
On one hand, Schumpeter created a new point of view about the concept of "innovation" by using key concepts, such as "invention", "imitation", and "business cycles".  ...  In this study, it will analyze the meaning of the concept of technology for Schumpeter (1939) and for neoclassical economics.  ...  So, it is a similar feature sharing by a firm in terms of entrepreneur.  ... 
doi:10.17265/1537-1506/2016.02.003 fatcat:5tz5swgl7jcidiuios7n2uuyce


Frank Ulrich
2016 Ph.d.-serien for Det Teknisk-Naturvidenskabelige Fakultet, Aalborg Universitet  
In a similar work on chaos and creativity, and argued that bifurcation (a qualitative change in a system's behavior that causes it to change behavior or be divided) can lead to creative leaps.  ...  A static idea evaluation artifact is not iterative. In the eyes of chaos theory, it is linear and has a fixed outcome through its focus on selecting ideas.  ...  Chaos and Creativity in Information System Artifacts Abstract Excellent ideas for innovative information technology (IT) products and services are crucial in modern organizations and markets.  ... 
doi:10.5278/ fatcat:l7h4zscgnbel3pxe7ipagbjnra

Network structure and innovation: The leveraging of a dual network as a distinctive relational capability

Antonio Capaldo
2007 Strategic Management Journal  
This demands a deeper analysis of the relationships between network structure and firm-level innovation.  ...  for leading firms in knowledge-intensive alliance networks to gain competitive advantages whose sustainability is primarily based on the dynamic innovative capability resulting from leveraging a dual  ...  I am grateful to Gianni Lorenzoni, Peter Smith Ring, and Maurizio Sobrero for insightful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1002/smj.621 fatcat:j3hamspl7ffjvk7zh32wma624y

The influence of entrepreneurial action on strategic alignment in new ventures: Searching for the genesis of alignment

Chris Street, Brent Gallupe, Jeff Baker
2018 Journal of strategic information systems  
The end goal of alignment is nevertheless achievable. IT innovation and creative re-use will most likely be on display in bricolage-type firms.  ...  A realistic examination of resource constraints should promote innovation and recombination to facilitate IT capability development for strategic alignment and ultimately, for strategy execution.  ...  Opportunities certainly existed for the company to avoid being reactive, to plan for and pursue, for example, a focused strategy of cost-effectiveness such as leasing equipment instead of buying in order  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jsis.2017.06.002 fatcat:pmjhon7m2zeg3jyas2roeppgte

In search of virtuous learning circles: absorptive capacity and its antecedents in the education sector

Regina Lenart-Gansiniec, Wojciech Czakon, Massimiliano Matteo Pellegrini
2021 Journal of Knowledge Management  
In addition, this study offers an expert-validated measurement scale for self-assessment of a school's specific contingencies, and thus, for planning of punctual interventions to develop AC.  ...  Originality/value This study advances the existing body of knowledge management in the educational context by rigorously identifying and validating a scale for measuring the antecedents of AC and developing  ...  These elements are traditionally called antecedents as they "refer to a chronological and logical precedence of a premise before an outcome, thus capturing two important features: directionality of association  ... 
doi:10.1108/jkm-04-2021-0310 fatcat:v676yh6q45hqndqpjvfvckrxqa

Analysis of Creativity and Innovation with Frugal Innovative Capabilities on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Ghana

Boateng Elvis, Abraham Attoh, Acheampong Kwadwo, Goddana M. Darko
2020 International Journal of Innovative Research & Development  
By providing in-depth analysis or description of the selected Small and Medium Enterprises, a qualitative technique was applied.  ...  It consists of determinants that influence an organization's ability to perform innovation, and innovation capability is thus a predictor of innovation, both process and outcome.  ...  Appendix Analysis of Creativity and Innovation with Frugal Innovative Capabilities on Small And Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Ghana Review Questionnaire for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Ghana  ... 
doi:10.24940/ijird/2020/v9/i2/feb20079 fatcat:aibdb4msrvgfzi3zy6t7iknjxu
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