Exploring the Relations Between Competitive Knowledge, Business Innovation and Performance

By Tor Guimaraes and Christine Miller.

Published by The Organization Collection

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The increase in business competitiveness forces companies to adopt new technologies to redesign business processes, improve products, and support organizational changes necessary for better performance

Keywords: Competitive Knowledge Management, Competitive Intelligence, Management of Change, Strategic Management, Business Performance

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 7, pp.41-52. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.946MB).

Dr. Tor Guimaraes

Tor Guimaraes has been rated by several sources as one of the top researchers in the world based on publications in the top IS journals. He earned a PH.D. in MIS from the University of Minnesota and an MBA from California State University, Los Angeles. Before coming to TTU, Tor was Department Chairman and Professor at St. Cloud State University. Before that, he was Assistant Professor and Director of the MIS Certificate Program at Case-Western Reserve University. He has been the keynote speaker at numerous national and international meetings sponsored by organizations. Working with partners in more than thirty countries, Tor has published over two hundred articles dealing with the effective use and management of IS and related technologies.

Dr Christine Miller

Christine Miller received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her MBA and Ph.D. are from the University of Houston. Christine worked nine years for an international consulting firm and a diversified energy company in Houston, Texas. She joined the faculty of Tennessee Technological University in 1993 and today is an Associate Professor of Management and serves on the faculty senate. She has taught a wide range of courses in Business Management and also has initiated an industry based internship program for Human Resource Management students. Christine is recipient of the 2001-2002 Curtis Kinslow Excellence in Teaching Award. She is a member of the national Academy of Management and Treasurer/Membership Chair for the Southwest Academy of Management. Her current research interests focus on cross-functional teams, team training, and managerial decision making in small firms.

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