A blog about creating and running successful innovation processes

Management control systems and organizational learning

One study investigated the relationships between the design of management control systems (MCS), the use of MCS and organizational learning (OL). The study adopted a survey method. A written questionnaire was prepared and mailed out to collect quantitative data. After analysis of the empirical results,…

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Resource allocation and innovations

It is widely known that introducing new products into the marketplace is essential to a company’s competitive position and long-term survival. One study investigated the new product performance of a large number of North American and European business units and various best business practices that…

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The right measures help teams excel in innovation

How can the right performance-measurement systems help teams excel in innovation? Many executives have realized that process focused, multifunctional teams can dramatically improve the way their companies deliver products and services to customers. Traditional performance-measurement systems not only fail to support the these teams but…

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The capital structure implications on innovation

In one paper, a researcher argues that consideration of firm strategy can help illuminate the choices managers make between debt and equity financing. Within an industry, the form of competition that each firm chooses will determine the strategic value to the firm of maintaining financial…

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Radical innovation in established firms

How do established firms improve radical innovation performance? One study examined organizational capabilities for improving performance, with respect to radical innovation, in established firms. These organizational capabilities are (1) openness capability, (2) autonomy capability, (3) integration capability and (4) experimentation capability. The study proposes four…

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