MANAGEMENT INNOVATION CAPABILITIES: CASE STUDY OF A RAIL ORGANISATION

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Czestochowa University of Technology
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Journal Article
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Polish Journal of Management Studies, 2017, 16 (2), pp. 243 - 252
Issue Date:
2017-12
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Management innovation is a research area which can contribute at the policy and strategic levels to innovate management models and principles. To initiate and implement a management innovation requires multiple capabilities. Entrepreneurship and leadership theories discuss various capabilities for innovation, however capabilities for management innovation are not defined, moreover capabilities discussed in these theories overlap. Understanding the capabilities can enable managers to implement a management innovation. The purpose of this article is to show capabilities to initiate and implement a management innovation using driving, developing and deploying framework, with empirical evidence from a large rail organisation in Australia.
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