Organizational use of a framework for innovation adoption
Voigts, Scott Avery.
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This research examines organizational theory to gain understanding about the tradeoffs organizations are required to make in order to adopt innovations. As a framework for identifying gaps in current processes, the eight practices identified by Denning and Dunham's The Innovator's Way, Essential Practices For Successful Innovation (2010) are introduced. The eight practices are also provided as a tool to improve communications, focus, and methods for achieving innovation adoption within an organization.
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