A Theory of Innovation Systems
Increasing productivity and economic growth through successful innovation is a priority for Australia. Technology is meant to assist in this challenge, but knowledge is lacking about how information systems can meaningfully support organisations in becoming innovative. The goal of this project is to develop and test a theory of “Innovation Systems”, which describes design principles for information systems that provide effective and efficient support to organisational innovation processes. The outcomes will assist (a) the development of new systems to support organisational innovations, (b) the management of innovation initiatives to increase productivity and growth, and (c) the effective assessment of technologies to support innovations.
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