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Technology brokering and innovation in a product development firm

Hargadon, A. & R. Sutton. 1997. “Technology brokering and innovation in a product development firm”. Administrative Science Quarterly; 42, 4 Knowledge is imperfectly shared over time and across people, organizations, and industries: ideas from one group might solve the problems of

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Conceptualizing innovation orientation: a framework for study and integration of innovation research

Siguaw, J., Simpson, P., Enz, C.  2006.  Conceptualizing innovation orientation: a framework for study and integration of innovation research, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Vol. 23, p. 556-574. A firm’s longterm success may rely more on an overall firm-level innovation

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Knowledge intensive firms, communities and creative cities

Cohendet, P. & L. Simon. “Knowledge intensive firms, communities and creative cities”. DIME Conference on Communities of Practice, Durham (UK), October 27-28, 2006. KI Firms: Kknowledge intensive firms The city nurtures the KI firm with flows of specialised knowledge and

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Absorptive capacity: a new perspective on learning and innovation

Cohen, W. et D. Levinthal.  1990.  «Absorptive capacity: a new perspective on learning and innovation».  Administrative Science Quarterly, 35, p. 128-152. March and Simon (1958:188) suggested that most innovations result from borrowing rather than invention. The ability to evaluate and

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