Open innovation adoption from strategy to practice: implications from organizational ambidexterity and dynamic capabilities

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to explore if ambidextrous strategy can support structured open innovation practice s through dynamic capabilities. Drawing on multi - disciplinary literature with complementary theoretical roots, open innovation is linked to higher l evel organizational ambidextrous strategy and organizational processes that encompass dynamic capabilities. A theoretical framework is developed to portray th ese subtle and nested relations that may facilitate open innovation solutions in response to organ izational challenges . Finally, conclusion and contribution are briefly summarized.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages26
Publication statusPublished - 15 Dec 2016
Event3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference - ESADE, Barcelona , Spain
Duration: 15 Dec 201616 Dec 2016

Conference

Conference3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference
Abbreviated titleWOIC 2016
CountrySpain
CityBarcelona
Period15/12/1616/12/16

Fingerprint

Organizational ambidexterity
Innovation adoption
Open innovation
Dynamic capabilities
Organizational processes
Organizational strategy
Theoretical framework
Strategy process

Keywords

  • open innovation
  • organizational ambidexterity
  • dynamic capabilities
  • strategy
  • process

Cite this

Huang, L., Wagner, B., & Fain, N. (2016). Open innovation adoption from strategy to practice: implications from organizational ambidexterity and dynamic capabilities. Paper presented at 3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference, Barcelona , Spain.
Huang, Lu ; Wagner, Beverly ; Fain, Nusa. / Open innovation adoption from strategy to practice : implications from organizational ambidexterity and dynamic capabilities. Paper presented at 3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference, Barcelona , Spain.26 p.
@conference{1053919dcd164dbab87c26ce60bb6e6a,
title = "Open innovation adoption from strategy to practice: implications from organizational ambidexterity and dynamic capabilities",
abstract = "The aim of this paper is to explore if ambidextrous strategy can support structured open innovation practice s through dynamic capabilities. Drawing on multi - disciplinary literature with complementary theoretical roots, open innovation is linked to higher l evel organizational ambidextrous strategy and organizational processes that encompass dynamic capabilities. A theoretical framework is developed to portray th ese subtle and nested relations that may facilitate open innovation solutions in response to organ izational challenges . Finally, conclusion and contribution are briefly summarized.",
keywords = "open innovation, organizational ambidexterity, dynamic capabilities, strategy, process",
author = "Lu Huang and Beverly Wagner and Nusa Fain",
year = "2016",
month = "12",
day = "15",
language = "English",
note = "3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference, WOIC 2016 ; Conference date: 15-12-2016 Through 16-12-2016",

}

Huang, L, Wagner, B & Fain, N 2016, 'Open innovation adoption from strategy to practice: implications from organizational ambidexterity and dynamic capabilities' Paper presented at 3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference, Barcelona , Spain, 15/12/16 - 16/12/16, .

Open innovation adoption from strategy to practice : implications from organizational ambidexterity and dynamic capabilities. / Huang, Lu; Wagner, Beverly; Fain, Nusa.

2016. Paper presented at 3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference, Barcelona , Spain.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

TY - CONF

T1 - Open innovation adoption from strategy to practice

T2 - implications from organizational ambidexterity and dynamic capabilities

AU - Huang, Lu

AU - Wagner, Beverly

AU - Fain, Nusa

PY - 2016/12/15

Y1 - 2016/12/15

N2 - The aim of this paper is to explore if ambidextrous strategy can support structured open innovation practice s through dynamic capabilities. Drawing on multi - disciplinary literature with complementary theoretical roots, open innovation is linked to higher l evel organizational ambidextrous strategy and organizational processes that encompass dynamic capabilities. A theoretical framework is developed to portray th ese subtle and nested relations that may facilitate open innovation solutions in response to organ izational challenges . Finally, conclusion and contribution are briefly summarized.

AB - The aim of this paper is to explore if ambidextrous strategy can support structured open innovation practice s through dynamic capabilities. Drawing on multi - disciplinary literature with complementary theoretical roots, open innovation is linked to higher l evel organizational ambidextrous strategy and organizational processes that encompass dynamic capabilities. A theoretical framework is developed to portray th ese subtle and nested relations that may facilitate open innovation solutions in response to organ izational challenges . Finally, conclusion and contribution are briefly summarized.

KW - open innovation

KW - organizational ambidexterity

KW - dynamic capabilities

KW - strategy

KW - process

UR - https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/3rd-annual-world-open-innovation-conference-call-papers

M3 - Paper

ER -

Huang L, Wagner B, Fain N. Open innovation adoption from strategy to practice: implications from organizational ambidexterity and dynamic capabilities. 2016. Paper presented at 3rd Annual World Open Innovation Conference, Barcelona , Spain.