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Degree of Openness and Project Performance: a Multi-Country Empirical Assessment of Open Innovation Information Technology Initiatives
The concept of open innovation has received much interest in management research of late. Open innovation paradigm considers that in order to advance technologies and markets, firms can and should leverage internal and ...
Linkages between human resource flexibility, ambidexterity and successful outcomes in the context of information technology firms
(Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 2017)
Management of alternate contexts that may arise due to a volatile exogenous environment can compel an organisation to explore new capabilities along with the exploitation of existing capabilities (O'Reilly and Tushman, ...
Collaborations in supply chain - value of information sharing
Collaboration between members of the supply chain is advocated for improving efficiency and reducing the cost of delivering the products. Mechanisms to coordinate decisions and share information between members of the ...
Use of information technology by retail banks in India and France
One central concern of the strategy fields is to study the development of well adopted organization. The related question of how some firms differ from others, and how these differences are related performance has also ...
Exploring the context, process and outcome of strategic information system decisions: a study of organizations from India and Singapore
In this era of rapid change, one of the crucial issues facing senior IS executives is the development of an effective information systems (IS) strategy. Increasing advancements in information technology, together with ...