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Journal Issue
Volume 2 Issue 1 / Jan 2004  pp1‑90

Editor: Charles Despres

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Sharing Contextual Knowledge in Today's Workplace Environments  pp1‑12

Farhad Daneshgar, Chandra S. Amaravadi

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Managing the Corporate Zoo: A Knowledge Management Perspective  pp13‑18

Alexandra Durcikova, Andrea Everard

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Combining Knowledge and Change Management at Consultancies  pp19‑32

Péter Fehér

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Data Mining as a Technique for Knowledge Management in Business Process Redesign  pp33‑44

Olusegun Folorunso, Adewale O. Ogunde

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Assessing the Impact of Competence Utilisation in Innovation Strategy: A Correlational Analysis  pp45‑56

Andrew L. S. Goh

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Abstract

This study is concerned about the role of competence utilisation in innovation strategy. Using a correlational analysis based on non‑parametric statistics, it validates the impact of competence utilisation in relation to venture performance by testing three hypotheses. Data was gathered via a survey instrument to extract The findings are as follows: (1) The level of utilisation in technology, product and market competencies, as manifested by its role in innovation strategy, is positively correlated to venture performance; (2) The impact of competence utilisation is the strongest on sales profitability, followed by company growth and then organisational effectiveness; and (3) In terms of relative impact on venture performance, technology competence is the most effective, followed by product and market competence. 

 

Keywords: Innovation Strategy Competence Utilisation and Venture Performance

 

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Enhancing Organisational Creativity Through Socialisation  pp57‑64

Meliha Handzic, Mark Chaimungkalanont

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The Influence of Technical, Social and Structural Factors on the Effective use of Information in a Policing Environment  pp65‑76

Vince Hughes, Paul Jackson

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Knowledge Value Chain: Implementation of new Product Development System in a Winery  pp77‑90

Hong Kun Wong

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