Decoding success factors of Innovation Culture

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IGI Global
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Chapter
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Enterprise Information Systems and the Digitalization of Business Functions, 2017, 1st, A volume in the Advances in Business Information Systems and Analytics (ABISA) Book Series pp. 258 - 271
Issue Date:
2017
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This chapter presents the results and findings of a research project on innovation culture in Australian information technology sector organisations. The primary objective of this study was to establish the determinants of a successful enterprise innovation culture in organisations with a strong industry reputation for radical innovation initiatives. We obtained 244 responses from 102 member organisations of the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA). The survey explored the internal and external characteristics of a successful innovative organisation. Both employees' and competitors' perspectives on "what makes a particular organisation a successful innovator" were the main focus. Our findings indicated the the absence of a successful innovation culture is a serious impediment to growth and success. However, preferences for they key innovation culture attributes varied significantly by executive functions, size of the organisation and type of ownership structure. Thus, a mix of key innovation attributes should be deployed and tailored to each organisation, based on their industry and strategic objectives.
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