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Innovation from Information Systems

An Ambidexterity Approach

Dupouet, Olivier, Bouzdine-Chameeva, Tatiana, Lakshman, C.

2013, V, 73 p. 8 illus.

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  • About this book

  • ​Provides the reader with important concepts in organizational learning and knowledge management through a case study
  • Proposes an interpretation grid of the innovation process that will help practitioners identify key issues
  • Proposes a framework that will help in choosing the appropriate type of information system
​Relying on the extensive study of a multi-national Company, this work proposes a process view of the way firms balance tensions between exploring new knowledge and exploiting old one. First, ideas are generated throughout the organization. These ideas are funneled towards specific project teams that further develop and refine them. Second, projects are assessed by the top management. Agreed projects are then progressively transformed into exploitable products, following a transformative learning process. We then make propositions regarding the role information systems can play in sustaining this process. Regarding the first phase of the cycle, we will focus on systems that help in sustaining idea generation and in balancing explorative and exploitive projects in the technologies portfolio of the firm. Regarding the second phase, we will look at information systems that could be useful in supporting knowledge transfer and knowledge interpretation across a multi-national company.​​

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Ambidexterity - Human Resources - Information Systems - Innovation

Related subjects » Business Information Systems - Innovation - Technology Management - Software Engineering

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