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Conflict between Radical and Incremental innovation: Perceptions and behaviours of actors caught in the cross fire
The `great fear¿ is according to Ansoff (1998) is that the organizational decision makers who fail to anticipate the trends and discontinuities in the wider environment will be `left behind¿. Innovation and new product ...
The Affects of Behaviour Control Mechanisms On Trust in Virtual Teams
Virtual Team members are characterised by a lack of face to face interaction resulting from the globally distributed nature of multinational networked organisational structures. This research examines the affect that ...
Commercial Off-The-Shelf Software: Using Purchasing Portfolio Management to Gain Competitive Advantage
This study examines how purchasing portfolio management can be used to gain competitive advantage when using Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) software products in software development. A case study research method was ...
Ireland's progression towards a Knowledge Economy
Globalisation has made the world a very small place. Multi-National Companies (MNCs) seek to optimise their return on overseas investmentby applying stringent techniques for assessing the suitability of new markets. The ...