Innovation Cultural Factors in Australian Business Environment: IT organizations in Australia
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- Handbook of Research on Contemporary Approaches in Management and Organizational Strategy, 2018, 10.4018/978-1-5225-6301-3.ch007 pp. 129 - 145 (17)
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This chapter presents research on innovation culture in Australian business organizations in the information technology sector, with a survey sent out the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) commercial members' executives. The survey was designed to determine organizational culture traits that determine innovation culture from the perspectives of their employees and competitors. Two hundred and forty-four responses were received from 102 organizations. A detailed analysis of the research data using qualitative and quantitative methods leads to the conclusion that the perceived innovation traits. This investigation confirmed that the employer organizations had very good innovation cultures, and this view was further confirmed by responses from their competitor organization. This chapter teases out some of the cultural factors that lead to these outcomes.
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