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Strønen Fred (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway), Hoholm Thomas (BI Norwegian Business School, Norway), Kværner Kari J. (Ullevaal Hospital, Norway), Støme Linn Nathalie (Ullevaal Hospital, Norway)
Dynamic Capabilities and Innovation Capabilities : the Case of the 'Innovation Clinic'
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI), 2017, vol. 13, nr 1, s. 89-116, bibliogr. s. 113-115
Tytuł własny numeru
Innovation Capabilities : Affirming an Oxymoron?
Słowa kluczowe
Zdolności dynamiczne, Innowacyjność, Opieka zdrowotna
Dynamic capabilities, Innovative character, Health care
streszcz., summ.
W badaniu tym zbadamy zależność między dynamicznymi zdolnościami a innowacyjnością. Dynamiczne zdolności są podstawą zarządzania strategicznego, jeśli chodzi o to, jak firmy mogą zapewnić adaptację do zmieniających się warunków w czasie. Nasz artykuł przedstawia dwie ścieżki argumentacji. Najpierw przeanalizujemy i przedyskutujemy znaczący wkład w teorie dotyczące zwykłych zdolności, zdolności dynamicznych i zdolności innowacyjnych. Staramy się zidentyfikować różne rozumienie omawianych pojęć, aby wyjaśnić różnice i relacje pomiędzy dynamicznymi zdolnościami a zdolnościami innowacyjnymi. Po drugie przedstawiamy studium przypadku " Kliniki Innowacji" w głównym szpitalu uniwersyteckim, w tym cztery projekty innowacyjne. Korzystamy z tego studium przypadku w celu zbadania i omówienia sposobów rozszerzania zdolności dynamicznych, a także w jakim zakresie zdolności innowacyjne można uznać za dynamiczne. Podsumowując, dyskutujemy o uwarunkowaniach rozwijania "dynamicznych zdolności innowacyjnych" w organizacjach. (abstrakt oryginalny)

In this explorative study, we investigate the relationship between dynamic capabilities and innovation capabilities. Dynamic capabilities are at the core of strategic management in terms of how firms can ensure adaptation to changing environments over time. Our paper follows two paths of argumentation. First, we review and discuss some major contributions to the theories on ordinary capabilities, dynamic capabilities, and innovation capabilities. We seek to identify different understandings of the concepts in question, in order to clarify the distinctions and relationships between dynamic capabilities and innovation capabilities. Second, we present a case study of the 'Innovation Clinic' at a major university hospital, including four innovation projects. We use this case study to explore and discuss how dynamic capabilities can be extended, as well as to what extent innovation capabilities can be said to be dynamic. In our conclusion, we discuss the conditions for nurturing 'dynamic innovation capabilities' in organizations. (original abstract)
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