Influence of knowledge networking, knowledge base, and knowledge strategy on innovation capability
May 18, 2015 Editor 0
Bridging the gap between influence of knowledge base (i.e. knowledge) on innovation and influence of knowledge strategy (i.e. knowing) on innovation through knowledge networking, we review literature and argue that knowledge networking has direct and indirect influences on innovation capability. Knowledge networking directly influences innovation through alliances and interactions to bridge the emerging gaps between market and technology. It also indirectly influences innovation in two ways. First, it facilitates the influence of knowledge base (human capital and organisational capital) on innovation by identifying opportunities and exchanging knowledge. Second, it provides a conduit for knowledge exploration and exploitation strategies.
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