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Managing Information Systems Based Activities to Foster Organizational Innovations: The Role of Knowledge Stock and Interfirm Partnership


Received: 20 October 2021
Revised: 21 November 2021
Accepted: 19 December 2021

Ehsan Nayeri

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Organizations experience severe competition during their lifecycle. Current advances in technologies, especially in Information Technology (IT) and Information Systems (IS), have made it possible for small firms to threaten giants in virtually every field of business. Additionally, lack of resources and capabilities are the most critical limiting factors. In this paper, I review the literature on IS innovation published in prominent journals of management studies. Then, I propose a model to study the roles of a firms knowledge stack and interfirm relationships in IS-based innovations. I argue that a firms information processing capabilities can moderate this relationship. Finally, I propose data collection and analysis methods to provide empirical evidence for the proposed morel.

Keywords: Information Systems, Innovation, Knowledge-Based View.

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Journal of Practical Auditing and Accounting

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