Becoming An Innovative Company: Assessing An Organization’s Innovation Capability From The Perspective Of A Team
Research paper published in the 15th International CINet Conference, in Budapest, Turkey, 2014.
Literature points out the need for companies to innovate continuously. Such need requires that companies develop capacities to exploit and improve current work as well as to develop and explore more radical opportunities. This paper is a case study that investigates the innovation capabilities of a multinational manufacturing company by interviewing a group that is mandate to support the development of those capabilities. The data was collected by semi-structured interviews, which were based on the categories of a framework previously developed. The findings speak about the importance of setting clear processes for continuation and implementation of ideas, adequate allocation of resources and management support. The discussion and conclusion are about the importance of the integration of efforts in different organizational levels and some of the future challenges integrating the innovation efforts into a natural way of working.
Innovation capability, continuous innovation, case-study.
- Benaim, A., A. Larsson, T. Larsson, J. Elfsberg (2014). Becoming An Innovative Company: Assessing An Organization’s Innovation Capability From The Perspective Of A Team, 15th International CINet Conference, Budapest.
- Web page: http://www.continuous-innovation.net/events/conferences/2014.html
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