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Summary - All articles - Organizing for Innovation

This summary includes all mandatory articles for the course Organizing for Innovation. The following articles are included: 1.1. A multi-dimensional framework of organizational innovation: a systematic review of the literature Crossan & Apaydin 2010 2.1. Organizing for knowledge generation: internal knowledge networks and the contingent effect of external knowledge sourcing Grigoriou & Rothaermel 2017 2.2. How knowledge affects radical innovation: knowledge base, market knowledge acquisition, and internal knowledge sharing Zhou & Li 2012 2.3. Top management attention to innovation: the role of search selection and intensity in new product introductions Li, Maggitti, Smith, Tesluk & Katila 2013 3.1. Entrepreneurship in the large corporation: a longitudinal study of how established firms create breakthrough inventions Ahuja & Lampert 2001 3.2. Meeting the challenge of disruptive change Christensen & Overdorf 2000 3.3. Discontinuous innovation and the new product development process Veryzer 1998 4.1. The art of continuous change: linking complexity theory and time-paced evolution in relentlessly shifting organizations Brown & Eisenhardt 1997 4.2. Exploratory innovation, exploitative innovation, and performance: effects of organizational antecedents and environmental moderators Jansen, van den Bosch & Volberda 2006 4.3. Building ambidexterity into an organization Birkinshaw & Gibson 2004 5.1. Organizational routines as a source of continuous change Feldman 2000 5.2. Leadership, capabilities, and technological change: the transformation of NCR in the electronic era Rosenbloom 2000 5.3. Trying to become a different type of company: dynamic capability at Smith Corona Danneels 2010 6.1. CEO incentives, innovation, and performance in technology-intensive firms: a reconciliation of outcome and behavior-based incentive schemes Makri, Lane & Gomez-Mejia 2006 6.2. Is pay for performance detrimental to innovation? Ederer & Manso 2013 6.3. How performance incentives shape individual exploration and exploitation: evidence from microdata Lee & Meyer-Doyle 2017 7.1. Managing potential and realized absorptive capacity: how do organizational antecedents matter? Jansen, van den Bosch & Volberda 2005 7.2. Organizing for inbound open innovation: how external consultants and a dedicated R&D unit influence product innovation performance Bianchi, Croce, Dell’Era, Di Benedetto & Frattini 2016 7.3. Technological capability, strategic flexibility, and product innovation Zhou & Wu 2010

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