Learning for Innovation in New High Technology Ventures

Abstract : Based on the theoretical findings found in the literature in strategic and in knowledge management, I develop a model on the links between organizational learning, innovation and company performance. Constructs are derived and validated on a sample of high tech ventures. The same sample is used to test the model. Findings indicate that there is a positive relationship between organizational learning, innovation and company performance. The age of the companies moderates these results while the size of the companies does not. Comments on how to capture and share the knowledge are given to the new ventures managers.
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François Therin. Learning for Innovation in New High Technology Ventures. 2003, 16 p. ⟨hal-00451467⟩

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