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Seeking the face of innovation with the ethical compass of Emmanuel Levinas.
(Springer Verlag, 2008)
A recent biographer has described the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas as being permeated by one simple but profound theme: western philosophy has at best ignored and at worst suppressed the ¿Other¿. The approach of this ...
The triple helix, open innovation and the DOI research agenda.
(Springer Verlag, 2007-01-07)
This paper examines the implications for research on the diffusion of innovations (DOI) arising from a growing body of literature in two related fields. The first area concerns the debate on the role of regional and national ...
Innovation management in a multi-national corporation's subsidiary of Ireland's evolving knowledge economy.
(Springer Verlag, 2006)
Innovation management is now seen as an important competitive advantage for Multi-national Corporation (MNC) subsidiaries located in Ireland's changing economy. This paper reports on the initial stages of a case study in ...
Empathy and teamwork: reflections on the legacy of Claudio Ciborra through the phenomenology of Edith Stein.
(European Conference on Information Systems, 2007-06)
Claudio Ciborra argued that the position of information and communications technology (ICT) in organisations requires a shift from the present focus on the ¿scientific paradigm¿ to an ¿alternative centre of gravity: human ...
Supply chain transformation in APC Ireland: lean thinking, opposing logics and bricolage.
This paper presents a number of observations and findings from an ongoing study of supply chain transformation in a subsidiary of American Power Conversion (APC) located in the West of Ireland. The study is being carried ...
Building a dolmen: an ISD approach to the management of innovation
This paper addresses a ¿challenge in practice¿ by describing the initial stage of an information systems development (ISD) project to support the management of innovation within a subsidiary of APC-MGE. To begin with, a ...