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Stelmaszczyk Monika (Uniwersytet Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach)
Title
Inteligentne innowacje w branży IT. Perspektywa dynamicznych zdolności menedżerskich
Smart innovations in the it industry. Dynamic managerial capabilities perspective
Source
Organizacja i Kierowanie, 2022, nr 2, s. 135-155, rys., tab., bibliogr. 52 poz.
Organization and Management
Keyword
Inteligentna specjalizacja, Infrastruktura systemów informatycznych, Innowacje, Menedżer skuteczny, Efektywność menedżera, Zdolności dynamiczne, Kapitał społeczny
Smart specialization, IT systems infrastructure, Innovations, Effective manager, Efficiency of manager, Dynamic capabilities, Social capital
Note
streszcz., summ. JEL: O32, L210, L240
Abstract
Inteligentne innowacje, które wpisują się w Krajowe Inteligentne Specjalizacje, stanowią przyszłość branży IT. Celem artykułu jest określenie roli dynamicznych zdolności menedżerskich w kształtowaniu inteligentnych innowacji przedsiębiorstw z branży IT. Badanie przeprowadzono wśród najwyższej kadry kierowniczej 334 przedsiębiorstw IT. Wyniki świadczą o wystąpieniu pośredniczącej roli menedżerskich zdolności poznawczych w relacji między menedżerskim kapitałem społecznym a inteligentnymi innowacjami (przełomowymi i hybrydowymi innowacjami). Okazało się, że wiedza i zasoby pozyskiwane przez najwyższą kadrę kierowniczą ze źródeł zewnętrznych są niezbędne do tworzenia innowacji inteligentnych. Zostaną w takie innowacje przekształcone tylko przy prawidłowym odbiorze, trafnej interpretacji oraz właściwej reakcji na sygnały pochodzące z otoczenia zewnętrznego.(abstrakt oryginalny)

Smart innovations that fit in with the National Smart Specializations are the future of the IT industry. This paper aims to define the role of dynamic managerial capabilities in shaping smart innovation in IT companies. The survey was conducted among the top management of 334 companies. The results show the mediating role of managerial cognition in the relationships between managerial social capital and smart innovations (disruptive innovations and hybrid innovations). It turned out that the knowledge and resources obtained by top management from external sources are necessary to create smart innovations. They will be transformed into such innovations only with correct reception, correct interpretation and proper reaction to signals from the external environment.(original abstract)
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