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Creative skills, dynamic capabilities and continuous innovation

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Creative skills, dynamic capabilities and continuous innovation: How to move innovation to the core business Presentation Creative Problem Solving Institute 2009 PACE session 208
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Drivers of Dynamic Learning Mechanism and Dynamic Knowledge Articulation in Alliance...

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This study demonstrates that resource-based view (RBV) misidentifies the locus of dynamic knowledge articulation and long-term dynamic competitive capabilities, and focuses on the distinctive role of drivers of dynamic learning mechanism in the evolution of dynamic knowledge articulation and dynamic competitiveness. Five drivers of dynamic learning mechanism such as the integration power of managers, external linkages, previous experience, repeated practice, and codification of experience play important roles on developing dynamic knowledge articulation, and ambiguity is a negative driver impact on developing dynamic knowledge articulation. Dynamic knowledge articulation is a positive impact on dynamic competitiveness in alliance organizations. The purpose of this paper is to contribute to a more complete understanding on developing dynamic knowledge articulation via the dynamic learning mechanism. The paper defines a clear theoretical model for the tautological animadversion of...
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An IC-based Conceptual Framework for Developing Organizational Decision Making Capability

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Organizations need to be able to access, coordinate and integrate knowledge more efficiently than ever before to make sense of the complex and unpredictable forces shaping business conditions. Often knowledge is sourced from diverse yet interconnected networks of individual experts and organisations. In this environment, it is hard to ensure that decisions are based on the best available knowledge and do not work against one another. More alliances and inter-organizational partnerships and various contractual relationships with individuals broaden the range of perspectives and values to be considered, which makes it even harder to determine what a "good" decision looks like. The proposition underpinning this research is that intellectual capital investments can help turn organizational decision making into the dynamic capability required to handle a changing world. The aim is to present a conceptual framework that can be used to target these investments more effectively. A focused...
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Knowledge Generation in Developing Countries: A Theoretical Framework for Exploring Dynamic...

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In the case of events such as fundamental regulatory reforms or radical technological advances, firms have to undertake discontinuous or dynamic learning. Such learning involves the generation of new capacity through the acquisition of new knowledge and the combination of it with the firm's existing accumulated knowledge. In developing countries the challenge for firms to develop new competencies through dynamic learning is more complex due to political and economic complexities. This paper discusses the limitations of existing frameworks for analysing the process aspect of transformation and proposes a theoretical framework with which to explore dynamic learning in firms from developing countries. The proposed theoretical framework is based on a constructivist approach to organisational knowledge and uses the concept of absorptive capacity. The responses of large pharmaceutical firms to biotechnological change are used to illustrate the areas under investigation. The theoretical...
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An IC-based Conceptual Framework for Developing Organizational Decision Making Capability

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Determinants of Successful Knowledge Management Programs

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The main objective of this paper is to investigate and identify the main determinants of successful knowledge management (KM) programs. We draw upon the institutional theory and the theory of technology assimilation to develop an integrative model of KM success that clarifies the role of information technology (IT) in relation to other important KM infrastructural capabilities and to KM process capabilities. We argue that the role of IT cannot be studied in isolation and that the effect of IT on KM success is fully mediated by KM process capabilities. The research model is tested with a survey study involving 191 KM practitioners. The empirical results provided strong support for the model. In addition to its theoretical contributions, this study also presents important practical implications through the identification of specific infrastructural capabilities leading to KM success.
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Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment Research Capabilities

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Overview of the priority research centres and faculty research areas within the Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment at The University of Newcastle, Australia
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Intellectual Capital Based Evaluation Framework for Dynamic Distributed Software Development

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Abstract: This article presents constructing of an evaluation framework for dynamic distributed software development (DDSD). The topic examines building the capabilities, evaluating the efficiency and scaling up the performance of globally distributed software development teams in environments that demand high operational excellence, innovativeness and other intellectual properties. Three universities and four ICT service and software companies in Finland collaborate on a research project, DD-SCALE (2014-2016). The project objectives are to investigate and develop measurement solutions, tools and work practices for managing and evaluating DDSD work. The challenge of harnessing human and social capital assets for scaling high-performing teams to fit with high-performing organizations is addressed. The research began with an explorative phase for designing the preliminary concept of the evaluation framework which further defined the research questions. The increased knowledge of...
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Dynamic Process Simulation Course

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This course enables the attendees to use the dynamic modeling capabilities of dynamic process simulators to model and simulate typical processing facilities, showing the benefits dynamic process simulation can bring in the day-to-day engineering and operating environment.
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Dynamic Process Simulation Course, Barcelona, February 2011

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This course enables the attendees to use the dynamic modeling capabilities of dynamic process simulators to model and simulate typical processing facilities, showing the benefits dynamic process simulation can bring in the day-to-day engineering and operating environment.
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