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Managerial Synapse: New Concept and Innovative Managerial Mechanism [chapter]

Ovidiu Nicolescu, Ciprian Nicolescu
2021 Stakeholder Management and Social Responsibility  
. • Managers represent the company in their managerial areas (spans of control), having a decisive role in the identification, evaluation, communication, negotiation, motivation, and collaboration with  ...  The innovative character of the managerial synapses consists in the change of the management paradigm.  ...  synapse, which represents the managerial innovation that is quite different from the traditional managerial component of the company.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003217701-5 fatcat:mt4bgdezgna7dax3khvdifadzq

INNOVATION TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGIES FOR MANAGERIAL PERSONNEL

Yurii Mykolaiovych Safonov, Evgen Ivanovych Maslennikov, Viktoriia Ihorivna Borshch
2018 SCIENTIFIC BULLETIN OF POLISSIA  
Determination of the main tendencies in the management education and eliminating the problems of effective use of training and development technologies for managerial personnel, requires detailed consideration  ...  Also the main tendencies of Ukrainian business education market are researched. Issues and challenges of business education area were examined.  ...  Determination of the main tendencies in the management education and eliminating the problems of effective use of training and development technologies for managerial personnel, requires detailed consideration  ... 
doi:10.25140/2410-9576-2018-2-2(14)-154-159 fatcat:6a7s5qk24ngdpetsyz2hk4oqqe

Innovation in family firms: an empirical analysis linking organizational and managerial innovation to corporate success

Sascha Kraus, Mikko Pohjola, Aki Koponen
2011 Review of Managerial Science  
The aim of this article is therefore to study the role of (managerial and organizational) innovation in family firms compared to non-family firms on the basis of an empirical survey of 533 companies from  ...  Similarly, the existing literature often criticizes the lack of innovation in family firms.  ...  The main core of innovation study literature has focused on product innovations and the relationship between product innovativeness and corporate success.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11846-011-0065-6 fatcat:ys44k7dfozaaxheydm5dk5bssu

Managerial Perspective on Open Source Collaboration and Networked Innovation

Katja Henttonen, Pasi Pussinen, Timo Koivumäki
2012 Journal of Technology Management & Innovation  
This study explores the managerial perspectives towards open source software and networked innovation.  ...  The differences in managerial views on open source and networked innovation may be explained by industry domains, value chain position and leadership style  ...  perspective Pattern of involvement Managerial attitudes Main Benefit Main challenges Challenge management techniques External innovation Exploitation attitude: -FLOSS is a bulk resource  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-27242012000300012 fatcat:dyjxsqgu5vhzljoim34u256vxa

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND MANAGERIAL EFFECTIVENESS

Saqib Anwar Saddiqui, Muhammad Jawad, Munazza Naz, Ghulam Shabir Khan Niazi
2018 Review of Innovation and Competitiveness  
99 100 REVIEW OF INNOVATION AND COMPETITIVENESS VOLUME 4 | ISSUE 1 | 2018 ABSTRACT Purpose.  ...  In this research we have tried to identify the impact of emotional intelligence on the managerial effectiveness.  ...  Effectiveness proposed by campbell and others in 1970 covered the three main areas of an organization as a component of the model i.e.  ... 
doi:10.32728/ric.2018.41/5 fatcat:7jrxymdogja4bhtk277jonvxqe

Disruptive innovation, managerial cognition, and technology competition outcomes

Riccardo Vecchiato
2017 Technological forecasting & social change  
We cross research on disruptive innovation with research on managerial cognition by exploring the role of managerial beliefs about customer needs in directing the search for new markets and product features  ...  We thus advance the disruptive innovation theory with regard to both the explanation and the anticipation of technology competition outcomes. Running Head: Disruptive technologies and cognition  ...  These scholars thereby strongly suggest to cross research on disruptive innovation with research on managerial cognition.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2016.10.068 fatcat:hy4edjh3rvd7hhsp4bau2tpquy

Conceptual Basis in Methodology of Managerial Innovations in Governmental Management

2019 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
Methodological approaches to the investigation of innovations in governmental management were analyzed.  ...  Metaparadigmal and interdisciplinary character of such methodology that combines a number of approaches and uses methodological fundamentals of innovative management were also substantiated.  ...  Any modern theoretical research of managerial innovations in the methodological concern is poly-or metaparadigmal based on some scientific paradigms which are used either as equal methodological synthesis  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.c1015.1183c19 fatcat:5vmgpvq525fd5dd6k3muzdoeay

Firm Openness and Managerial Innovation: Rebalancing Deliberate Actions and Institutional Pressures

Rachel Bocquet, Sandra Dubouloz
2020 Journal of Innovation Economics & Management  
ABSTRACT The two main perspectives regarding the drivers of managerial innovation (MI) -institutional and rational -are often presented as contrasts in previous literature.  ...  That is, openness is beneficial for managerial innovation in manufacturing firms, but internal obstacles still dominate.  ...  After detailing our results, we conclude with a discussion of the main theoretical and managerial implications of our findings and propose several paths for further research.  ... 
doi:10.3917/jie.032.0043 fatcat:yfmzzukuzvbrrohk724xcnqg7y

HRM practices, impersonal trust and organizational innovativeness

Mika Vanhala, Paavo Ritala
2016 Journal of Managerial Psychology  
Strategic and managerial actions related to HRM could increase employees' trust in the organization and subsequent conditions for providing continuously innovative solutions.  ...  The study also examined this phenomenon only in Finnish context and this sets some limitations to the generalizability of the results.  ...  Managerial Implications From the managerial perspective, our results suggest that organizations should pay attention to designing HRM practices so that they facilitate the building of impersonal organizational  ... 
doi:10.1108/jmp-03-2013-0084 fatcat:hk4zwfdyljetvagzl6qcjiqvhi

Innovation and firm-level persistent profitability: a Schumpeterian framework

Peter W Roberts
2001 Managerial and Decision Economics  
product innovations may be embodied within a single firm.  ...  Following Schumpeter, this paper begins to develop a framework for firm-level profit persistence that embraces product innovation, competitor imitation, and, more importantly, the prospect that several  ...  The final section concludes the paper by summarizing its main implications.  ... 
doi:10.1002/mde.1018 fatcat:aenvwnq5nzb37gynhthmk2ztim

Management innovation, pro-innovation organisational culture and enterprise performance: testing the mediation effect

Teresa Kraśnicka, Wojciech Głód, Martyna Wronka-Pośpiech
2017 Review of Managerial Science  
This inspired us to propose the management innovation construct and its operationalisation, which allowed for the empirical verification of the relationships between management innovation and enterprise  ...  Simultaneously, we adopted the hypothesis on the mediating role of pro-innovation organisational culture.  ...  Crossan and Apaydin (2010) describe five managerial levers enabling core innovation processes, one of which is organisational culture.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11846-017-0229-0 fatcat:rff3zphpbjck3fqhnui33x6dle

Symmetric Assumptions in the Theory of Disruptive Innovation: Theoretical and Managerial Implications

Christian Sandström, Henrik Berglund, Mats Magnusson
2014 Creativity and Innovation Management  
While the problem of disruptive innovation has been convincingly explained, there is still a need for managerial solutions.  ...  In this paper we argue that a more symmetric theory of disruptive innovation -i.e. one that treats all similar entities in the same way -opens up for a range of interesting managerial solutions.  ...  It is at times argued that more symmetric management theories are good per se (e.g., Foss & Hallberg 2014) , and by consciously striving for symmetry researchers may counter some natural tendencies of  ... 
doi:10.1111/caim.12092 fatcat:qwl5qugdunhulatihpe7jwbj2y

Achieving Subsidiary Integration in International Innovation by Managerial "Tools"

Marcus Matthias Keupp, Maximilian Palmié, Oliver Gassmann
2011 MIR: Management International Review: Journal of International Business  
"tools" in the context of international innovation.  ...  Our study articulates and empirically tests a theory of how the parent firm of a multinational corporation (MNC) can achieve global integration of subsidiaries into the MNC's intrafirm network by using managerial  ...  Data and Methods Population and Sampling Frame Our sample consisted of subsidiaries with a main responsibility for research and development (R&D).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11575-011-0072-5 fatcat:6bfwawqsercr5dtfr5s5jiaf2u

The Influence of Managerial Mindfulness on Innovation: Evidence from China

Yuanyuan Hu, Xiaoping Zhao, Yang Chen
2019 Sustainability  
This study attempts to investigate the influence of managerial mindfulness on firm innovation.  ...  Drawing from two psychological mechanisms of mindfulness, we argue that managerial mindfulness can positively affect R&D intensity—a proxy for firm innovation.  ...  mindfulness tendencies.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11102914 fatcat:h7gbwl2ggbcrzijivg7mtrxaba

Managerial incentives, CEO characteristics and corporate innovation in China's private sector

Chen Lin, Ping Lin, Frank M. Song, Chuntao Li
2011 Journal of comparative economics (Print)  
The main results are robust to endogeneity tests with instrumental variables. We also discuss some important policy implications.  ...  We obtain the following main results: (1) the presence of CEO incentive schemes increases both corporate innovation effort and innovation performance; (2) sales-based performance measures in the incentive  ...  Similar to the claim in Lerner and Wulf (2007) , our study at least shows some very strong relationship between managerial incentives and corporate innovations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jce.2009.12.001 fatcat:phydy6rlzfht5jbbgjfgfld7si
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