31 May Celebrating our first peer-reviewed publication
We are super excited to share with you our first, peer-reviewed, journal article in the Journal of the Knowledge Economy
Get the Competitive Edge: Connect Knowledge to Unleash Innovation
- Organisational competitive advantage relies heavily on innovation, which is closely tied to knowledge
- Our study focuses on the role of knowledge governance mechanisms in managing knowledge for innovative outcomes
- The research explores an innovation project in a Government-owned water utility in Queensland, Australia, providing a real-life case study
- The study contributes to existing literature by integrating knowledge management, knowledge governance, and innovation frameworks
- A new knowledge-based, innovation framework is proposed as a result of the research
- The research highlights the influence of two knowledge governance mechanisms—trust and energy—on the innovation process
- These mechanisms facilitate the creation and transfer of new knowledge from projects to the organisation, enhancing the effectiveness of innovative outcomes
- The article provides valuable insights into how organisations can leverage knowledge governance to drive successful innovation
- The study emphasizes the importance of addressing the challenges faced by projects and their focus on immediate performance rather than long-term capability building.
Get the Competitive Edge: Unleashing Knowledge Governance for InnovationAre you ready to revolutionise your organisation’s innovation game? Discover the untapped power of knowledge management and unlock your true potential with our ground-breaking research! In today’s fast-paced world, staying ahead of the competition requires more than just great ideas—it demands effective knowledge management and a strategic approach to innovation. That’s where our cutting-edge study comes in, shedding light on the often overlooked role of micro-level knowledge governance mechanisms—trust and energy—in driving innovation success. Read our article to:
- Delve into a real-life case study of an innovation project in a Government-owned water utility in Queensland, Australia
- Explore the challenges faced by temporary projects and their focus on immediate performance, and
- Learn how our innovative, knowledge-based framework can supercharge your organisation’s innovation capabilities.