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Stelmaszczyk Monika (Uniwersytet Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach)
Tytuł
Zdolność innowacyjna a "Innovative Ambidexterity" : rola czynników dzielenia się wiedzą i procesu dzielenia się wiedzą
Innovative Capability and Innovative Ambidexterity : the Role of Knowledge Sharing Enablers and Knowledge Sharing Process
Źródło
Marketing i Rynek, 2017, nr 7 (CD), s. 705-720, rys., bibliogr. 53 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Innowacje, Innowacyjność przedsiębiorstw, Dzielenie się wiedzą
Innovations, Enterprise innovation, Knowledge sharing
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.; Artykuł dostępny na płycie CD
Abstrakt
Celem niniejszego artykułu było opracowanie modelu badawczego opisującego zależności zachodzące między czynnikami determinującymi dzielenie się wiedzą, procesem dzielenia się wiedzą a dualnością innowacyjną. Wprowadzanie innowacji eksploracyjnych i eksploatacyjnych w tym samym czasie uznano za szczególny rodzaj zdolności innowacyjnych przedsiębiorstwa. Następnie zaproponowano klasyfikację czynników kształtujących proces dzielenia się wiedzą oraz uznano proces ten za mechanizm tworzenia dualności innowacyjnej. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The aim of this article was to develop a research model which describes the relationships between the knowledge sharing enablers and knowledge sharing process, as well as knowledge sharing process and innovative ambidexterity. Introducing the exploratory and exploitative innovations at the same time was considered a special type of innovative capabilities of a company. Subsequently, the classification of knowledge sharing enablers that shape the knowledge sharing process was proposed. Additionally, the knowledge sharing process was recognized to be the innovative ambidexterity creation mechanism. (original abstract)
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