Competencies For Organizational Innovation Potential: An Empirical Analysis On Indian Information Technology (It) Organizations
This study examines competencies that contribute to innovation in Indian Information Technology organizations (n = 42). These competencies were conceptualized and measured in this paper. Their measurement is described. A cluster of low and high potentially innovative organizations, based on measures from an earlier study by the authors, is used to understand the competencies in the context of innovation. An organizational innovation potential score categorized organizations as innovative (high) and less innovative (low) organizations. Logistic regression was done to assess the competencies of low and high innovative organizations. Results showed that product breadth competency, innovation adaptability competency, new business development competency and organizational learning competency contribute to organizational innovation potential. The paper discusses research and managerial implications.
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Volume (Year): 15 (2011)
Issue (Month): 04 ()
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