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Building Blocks Of Innovation Within A State-Owned Enterprise (Part One)

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Author(s): Betsi van Zul | Gert Roodt | Johan Coetsee

Journal: South African Journal of Human Resource Management
ISSN 1683-7584

Volume: 3;
Issue: 2;
Date: 2005;
Original page

Keywords: State-owned enterprise

ABSTRACT
This article (part one of a two-part study) presents a literature review aimed at establishing a theoretical framework on the innovation building blocks in a state-owned enterprise (SOE). Part two of the study will focus on SOE managers’ espoused theory on the building blocks of innovation. The findings of the literature (theoretical) review, suggested that the current theoretical framework on innovation consisted of five important building blocks, namely contextual setting; strategic enablers; business enablers; foundational enablers; and human resources; each with its own categories and sub-categories. The study also identified barriers to innovation.
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