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Regelbrüche in Organisationen

  • Burr, Wolfgang
  • Frohwein, Torsten
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    Regelabweichungen sind das Ergebnis von Erwartungen über Mängel in bestimmten Regel-funktionen, die sich auf der Ebene des Regeldesigns, der Ebene organisationaler Routinen sowie im Zusammenhang mit Innovationen finden lassen. Die unternehmerischen Innovati-onsstrategien des Compliance oder Escape sind die Antworten auf die durch Regeln und Rou-tinen gesetzten innovationsbeeinflussenden Parameter.

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    Paper provided by University of Stuttgart, Institute of Business Administration, Department I - Institute of Research & Development and Innovation Management in its series Research Papers on Innovation, Services and Technology with number 1/2012.

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    Date of creation: 2012
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