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Innovationsfähigkeit im Kontext organisationaler Lernfähigkeit


  • Schneider, Gregor
  • Breßler, Julia


Vor dem Hintergrund eines zwölfdimensionalen Konstrukts zur Operationalisierung von Innovationsfähigkeit des Wuppertaler Instituts für Klima, Umwelt und Energie wird in diesem Working Paper eine Untersuchung dargestellt, wie sich der Zusammenhang von organisationaler Lernfähigkeit und Innovativität empirisch aufzeigen lässt. Dazu wurden in einer Literaturstudie aus über 2000 wissenschaftlichen Beiträgen relevante Studien identifiziert und analysiert.

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  • Schneider, Gregor & Breßler, Julia, 2016. "Innovationsfähigkeit im Kontext organisationaler Lernfähigkeit," Working Papers of the Chair for Innovation Research and Technology Management (BWL IX) 7-1, Chemnitz University of Technology, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:tucitm:71

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