Dynamic Leadership For Patriotism Innovation

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Hanisah Zamani , Mohd Norazmi Nordin


According To Tidd, Bessant And Pavitt (2008), The Source Of Competitive Advantage Is Changing From The Size And Assets Of Organizations To The Capabilities Of Organizations Of To Mobilize Knowledge And Technological Advances And To Innovate In Their Offerings And In The Ways They Create And Launch These Offers. In This Sense, Innovation Has Been Widely Addressed In The Literature. In Addition To The Definition Of Types And Degrees Of Innovation, Scholars On The Subject Seek To Understand Which Types Of Companies Are The Most Frequent Sources Innovation And Explain How Companies Succeed With Innovation Through Static Models. Pisano (2006) Reports That Already In The Early 1980s, Large Us Companies Have Begun Experimenting With Alternative Organizational Approaches To Innovation, Obtaining Technology Through Alliances, Licensing Agreements, And Other Contractual Forms Of Collaboration With External Companies. According To Helfat Et Al. (2007), The Dynamic Capabilities Approach, Described As A Sister Topic To Rbv ( Resource-Based View ) Concerns The Changes That Companies Must Create For Means Of Technological, Organizational Or Strategic Innovations To Efficiently Innovate And Create Value Through Its Resources. The Different Studies That Analyzed The Role Of Dynamic Capabilities In The Innovation Of Organizations Did Not Consider, However, The Relationship Between Innovation Models And Capabilities Dynamics Of Organizations. This Study Was Set In The Telecommunications Sector In India, More Specifically In A Company In The Value Added Services Sector, Defined By The General Law Of Telecommunications As The Activity That Adds To A Telecommunications Service That Supports, New Utilities Related To Access, Storage, Presentation, Moving Or Information Retrieval.

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