|Other titles||Organizational knowledge, creation and technological innovation|
|Statement||by T.A.I. Akeju.|
|Series||Professor Kenneth O. Dike memorial lecture -- Fourth, Professor K.O. Dike memorial lecture -- 4th.|
|LC Classifications||HD30.2 .A374 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||2009431003|
This book: Strategic Management of Technological Innovation, Sixth Edition is written for courses that may be called strategic management of technology and innovation, technology strategy, technology innovation, technology management, or for specialized new product development courses that focus on technology. The subject is approached as a strategic process, and as such, is organized to. creation in organizations. Knowledge creation is important in the sense that innovation is driven by the creation of knowledge and knowledge creation is perceived as one of major assets. This paper identifies and explores three ways to enhance knowledge creation, namely via 1.) using the right KM strategy to. The concept of innovation and innovative power was examined by analysing the relationship between the construct of the learning organisation, knowledge organisation and innovative organisation, and has resulted in an innovation process model. This model consists of three processes: knowledge creation, innovation and learning to by: SAGE Books; Managing Industrial Knowledge: Creation, Transf Book Add to international authors and pioneers of the study of knowledge in firms present their latest work and insights into organizational knowledge and innovation. In a world where markets, products, technologies, competitors, regulations, and even societies change rapidly.
Technological innovation is the knowledge of components, linkages between components, methods, processes and techniques that go into a product or service. It may or may not require administrative innovation. It can be a product, a process, or a service. Product or service innovations should be new products or services aiming at satisfying some market needs. "Knowledge creation is to the 90s what excellence was to the 80s. I can't imagine a better book on organizational design for innovation. Nor can I imagine a better common focus for Reviews: Knowledge creation involves developing new knowledge. â€¢ H6: knowledge sharing positively impact Organizational Innovation In order to increase organizational productivity, KM should play a key role through the sharing and dissemination of knowledge by proposing organization a superior value proposition based on this knowledge, which leads. Knowledge creation according to the Nonaka's SECI model is about continuous transfer, combination, and conversion of the different types of knowledge, as users practice, interact, and learn. Cook and Brown () distinguish between knowledge and knowing, and suggest that knowledge creation is a product of the interplay between them.
Organizational knowledge creation is the process of making available and amplifying knowledge created by individuals as well as crystallizing and connecting it to an organization's knowledge system. In other words, what individuals come to know in their (work-)life benefits their colleagues and, eventually, the larger organization. Managing Innovation is the bestselling text for graduate and undergraduate students and a classic in the field. Emphasizing practical, evidence based tools and resources, this title provides students with the knowledge base to successfully manage innovation, technology, and new product development. The holistic approach addresses the interplay between the markets, technology, and the. This paper draws on findings from an in-depth case study of practices related to the meeting of organizational goals pertinent to knowledge creation, creativity and innovation performance. Overall a mixed methods approach that used both quantitative and qualitative data was adopted in empirical research conducted within a large German. knowledge creation of organizational innovation Innovation is a basis for product and technological, process, and market changes (Nagel, ), and structural and cultural changes of.