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ISED Innovation Lab | Labo d’innovation à l’ISDE

235 Queen Street, Level C-3, 002, East Tower | 235 rue Queen, niveau C-3, 002, Tour Est

C.D. Howe Building | Édifice C.D. Howe

Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H5

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Developing a Culture of Innovation for Canadian Organizations

Canadian organizations are being challenged to become more innovative by developing a “culture of innovation.” Yet big and open questions such as “what really constitutes a culture of innovation” and “what does this mean for Canadian organizations” remain unclear.

Join us in the Lab for this Maverick Session and together we will report on research conducted at the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University and funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada on the socio-cognitive influences on innovation. The research finds that innovative organizations do possess “a culture of innovation” that allow them to advance and thrive. However, a clear specification of what characterizes such a culture remains elusive.

http://sprott.carleton.ca/wp-content/uploads/SSHRC-KS-Report_Socio-Cognitive-Influences-Innovation_-Nardon-Grant-Wang.pdf (English only)

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Dr. Luciara Nardon: Associate Professor of International Business, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University. Profile: http://sprott.carleton.ca/profile/luciara-nardon/

Dr. Gerald Grant: Director of Centre for Information Technology, Organizations, and People (CITOP); and Associate Professor of Information Systems, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University. Profile: http://sprott.carleton.ca/profile/gerald-grant/

Mr. Yun Wang: PHD Candidate and Researcher, Information Systems and Marketing, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University. Profile: http://sprott.carleton.ca/profile/yun-wang/

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Développer une culture de l'innovation pour les organisations canadiennes

Les organisations canadiennes sont confrontées à un défi de devenir plus innovantes en développant une « culture de l'innovation ». Pourtant, les questions importantes et ouvertes telles que « Qu’est-ce qui constitue vraiment une culture de l'innovation » et « Qu’est-ce que cela signifie pour les organisations canadiennes » ne sont toujours pas claires.

Rejoignez-nous à cette Session Maverick pour la présentation du rapport concernant les influences socio-cognitives sur l'innovation, recherche menée à l’école de gestion Sprott de l'Université Carleton et financée par le Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada (CRSH). Les résultats de recherche révèlent que les organisations innovantes possèdent effectivement « une culture d'innovation » qui leur permet de progresser et de prospérer. Cependant, une spécification claire de ce qui caractérise une telle culture reste encore à définir.

http://sprott.carleton.ca/wp-content/uploads/SSHRC-KS-Report_Socio-Cognitive-Influences-Innovation_-Nardon-Grant-Wang.pdf (Anglais seulement)

Orateurs :

Dr. Luciara Nardon: Associate Professor of International Business, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University. Profile: http://sprott.carleton.ca/profile/luciara-nardon/

Dr. Gerald Grant: Director of Centre for Information Technology, Organizations, and People (CITOP); and Associate Professor of Information Systems, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University. Profile: http://sprott.carleton.ca/profile/gerald-grant/

Mr. Yun Wang: PHD Candidate and Researcher, Information Systems and Marketing, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University. Profile: http://sprott.carleton.ca/profile/yun-wang/

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ISED Innovation Lab | Labo d’innovation à l’ISDE

235 Queen Street, Level C-3, 002, East Tower | 235 rue Queen, niveau C-3, 002, Tour Est

C.D. Howe Building | Édifice C.D. Howe

Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H5

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