Strategic Management of Technology
Organizational effectiveness, Technological innovations, Disruptive technologies -- Management
It has been argued that disruptive innovation occurs in a process. In order for such process to evolve and for new markets to develop in the fall of old ones, several strategic factors are claimed to impact the process of disruptive innovation; such as organizational structure, organizational culture, and human resources. The objective of this research is to provide an inclusive overview and demonstrate the affect of these key factors behind the evolution of the disruptive process in enabling innovation and competitive advantage by conducting a literature research.
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Alassaf, Deemah, "Disruptive Innovation Antecedents as a Source of Competitive Advantage" (2018). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 2224.
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