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This theoretical paper investigates limits to adoption that new technologies are more likely to find from users of notionally out-of-date technologies. An interpretive framework is posited explaining that older technologies may continue to be used when: features of the old technology have...
Innovation is a complex process and this is especially true in the context of small firms. Therefore, networking has been suggested as a feasible strategy to achieve innovation. Although networking as such is multidimensional, the current paper focuses on two key aspects – Networking Capability...
Technological limits hinder companies from improving the performance of products, as battery capacity restricts the performance of mobile communication devices. These 'bottleneck technologies' offer potential for differentiation. Technological limits can be anticipated, if the fundamental...
Traditionally, technology programmes have aimed at deepening the technology knowledge base as much as possible. However, a successful commercialisation process cannot be limited to the utilisation of the technology knowledge base but other knowledge bases should be utilised in parallel. The...
This study aims to find the relationship between technopreneurial competence and education to business growth in Information Communication and Technology (ICT) sector. It is found that ICT companies are fast to develop, rapid to grow and at the same time have high risk of failure. Therefore,...
Private placements of equity are generally viewed as signals because of the observable confidence 'smart investors' have to have in order to make the investment. We therefore ask the question if it is the transaction that creates the signal, or if it is knowledge of the investor that matters....
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