Rok wydania: 2023
Numer czasopisma: 3
Słowa kluczowe: filozofia stosowana, metaetyka ekonomii, efektywność, zarządzanie jakością, zarządzania innowacjami, innowacje, pseudo-innowacje
Strony: 15-23
Język publikacji: Angielski
Agresywna mimikra w zarządzaniu innowacjami. Przykład pseudoinnowacji
Jan Franciszek Jacko
Teoretycznym celem niniejszego studium jest przedstawienie istotnych podobieństw i różnic między innowacjami i pseudo-innowacjami pod względem ich nowości, skuteczności i wydajności. Aplikacyjnym celem badań jest przedstawienie markerów pseudo-innowacji, czyli takich cech, które towarzyszą pseudo-innowacjom. Analiza literatury osiąga poprzedni cel. W tekście przedstawiono genezę odróżnienia pseudo-innowacji od innowacji w teorii ekonomii i zarządzania. Redukcyjne (abdukcyjne) rozumowanie prowadzi do drugiego – praktycznego celu. Ukazuje ono, w jaki sposób rozróżnienie między innowacjami a pseudo-innowacją odzwierciedla założenia definicyjne dotyczące kluczowych pojęć określających nowość, skuteczność i efektywność działań. W badaniu określono te założenia, które pozwalają na operacjonalizację koncepcyjnej różnicy między innowacjami a pseudo-innowacjami. W ten sposób, to rozumowanie objaśnia niektóre z tych zaskakujących praktyk (nazywanych paradoksem innowacji), które wspierają pseudo-innowacje kosztem innowacji. Badanie otwiera teoretyczne i aplikacyjne perspektywy badawcze dotyczące pseudo-innowacji w różnych dziedzinach technologii i gospodarki.
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