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Reflections on "reflection" in Action Research
There is wide agreement in the literature that “reflection” is a critical component of any good research, but certainly in the methodology of action research (AR). Despite consensus regarding its importance, this paper ...
An ecological perspective on innovation management
Enabling innovation is major challenge for individuals, teams, organizations, regions and economies and the topic is increasingly seen as being crucial not only to success but to survival. The topic of innovation is both ...
Towards an innovation-based view of the firm
The central thesis of this paper is that the resource-based view of the firm and the knowledge based view of the firm require updating to an innovation-based view. This novel hypothesis of the firm is informed by a review ...
Implementing an innovation project in an Irish multi-national subsidiary: A dialogical action research study
This paper presents an action research (AR) study based in APC by Schneider Electric, formerly APC Ireland, an Irish subsidiary of the Schneider Electric Corporation. The two-year study was carried out during a time of ...
Dialogical action research as engaged scholarship: an empirical study
The rigor versus relevance debate continues to be a matter of lively discussion in the information systems discipline. The main argument of this paper is that dialogical action research provides a methodology to pursue ...
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 ...