Building a Culture for Innovation

By James Albers.

Published by The Organization Collection

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This paper will identify the factors that contribute to a culture of innovation and will establish a framework for knowledge creation and innovation.

Keywords: Organizational Culture, Innovation, Knowledge Creation

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp.139-146. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.951MB).

Dr. James Albers

Dr. Albers has 30 years experience in the development and management of high technology with collaborations between the United States and international industry, government agencies, and universities. Dr. Albers has managed programs in many diverse technology areas including: information systems and artificial intelligence, automation and robotics, man-machine and biomedical systems, power and energy, aircraft and space systems. Dr. Albers has led the development of the Technology & Innovation Management Program in the School of Business at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU). 


He is currently a Faculty Fellow in Technology & Innovation Management in the School of Business at Pacific Lutheran University. His specialty areas in teaching and consulting include: knowledge management, strategic management of technology, information systems management and, innovation management. His educational background includes an MBA in Management from Golden Gate University; Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State; MS in Engineering Science from the University of Toledo; and a BS in Aeronautical Engineering from Parks College of St. Louis University.  In addition, he has spent nine months at the University of Washington specializing in Science and Public Policy.




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