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Organizing for innovation in a digitized world
 
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Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie, Wydział Ekonomiczny
Online publication date: 2021-09-27
Publication date: 2021-09-27
 
NSZ 2021;16(3):81–92
 
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Our era is one of the increasingly ubiquitous digital technologies that are penetrating deep into the very core of the products, services and activities of many organizations and radically changing the nature of product and service innovations. The basic properties of digital technology are reprogrammability and homogenization of data. Together, they provide an environment of open and flexible affirmations that are used in creating innovations characterized by convergence and generativeness. The analysis of convergence and generativity observed in innovations with ubiquitous digital technologies reveals three features: the importance of digital technology platforms, the emergence of distributed innovation, as well as the predominance of combinatorial innovations. The article examines the organizational research implications of these three features of digital innovation and identifies research opportunities for organizational researchers. Innovations in a digitized world are used to demonstrate the type of organizational scholarships that can faithfully reflect and inform innovation in a world of ubiquitous digital technologies. The main goal of the article is to an overview of international science works and OCED Report 2020 in area of researches regarding to innovations in a digitized world.
 
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