3 December 2007

Special issue: Flexibility, learning and innovation

International Journal of Technology Management 41(1/2) 2008
  • Synthesising the paradox of organisational routine flexibility and stability: a processual view
  • Technology management routines that matter to technology managers
  • Transaction costs and organisational learning in strategic outsourcing relationships
  • Relationship learning and dyadic knowledge creation in international subcontracting relationships: the supplier's perspective
  • Learning mechanisms in a technology based organisational change programme: an exploratory study between Chinese and Norwegian corporations
  • Managing knowledge for new product performance in the high technology industry
  • Flexibility in innovation through external learning: exploring two models for enhanced industry–university collaboration
  • Organisational learning dynamics in the software publishing industry
  • Knowledge creation as a dynamic capability: implications for innovation management and organisational design
  • Impact of manager's social power on R&D employees' knowledge-sharing behaviour
  • Resources, absorptive capacity, and technology sourcing
  • Balancing flexibility and control: international technology and market development in Australian biotechnology firms
  • Entrepreneurial orientation, strategic flexibilities and indigenous firm innovation in transitional China

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