Browse by Subject "innovation"
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(2013-10-01)An historical perspective of how breakthrough innovators come to know: The conflicting views of two giants provide perspective on the knowing characteristic of innovation
(2013-10-15)An historical perspective of how breakthrough innovators come to know: How dialectic and the reconciliation of dichotomies provide perspective on the knowing characteristic of innovation
(2012-05-15)The front and back ends of innovation: The “Fuzzy Front End” and the “Stage-Gate® Process” are perspectives that dominate how we think about innovation.
A resource-based systems approach to globalization, organization and people: a case study in the outsourcing sector of the US-based global pharmaceutical industry (2013-02-03)As an interdisciplinary attempt to explore and demonstrate the complementarity of natural and social sciences and to achieve synergy effects in the contemporary global scholarship of humanistic social and behavioral sciences, ...
(2013-09-15)An historical perspective of how breakthrough innovators come to know: Taking one small step back to gain a giant leap of insight into the knowing characteristic of innovation
Technological overlap and the performance implications for the acquisition of small technology firms (2012-05-22)This dissertation focuses on the performance implications of acquisitions in high technology industries. I use this setting to understand what factors affect a firm’s ability to successfully acquire external technology to ...
(2012-05-01)Beginning to know about the knowing of innovation: First steps toward a broader and deeper understanding of the “knowing” characteristic of breakthrough innovation.
(2012-06-01)A response to the May 23rd Wall Street Journal article entitled, “You Call That Innovation?”: The deception of superficial, chameleon-like charlatans or the fruit of invested, immersed, and highly skilled people?
(2012-11-01)The definition of knowing a fact as ‘Justified True Belief’: While imperfect and incomplete, the standard, or traditional, analysis of knowledge serves us well and is worth considering
(2012-10-15)The types of knowing: From ‘know what’ to ‘know how’ to ‘know who’ to ‘know when’ we use the concept of knowing variously.
(2006)What would happen if we wrote an Abstract that was the exact opposite of what the paper described? This is a bad idea, but it makes us think more carefully than usual about properties of Abstracts. This paper describes ...