Managerial Innovation: An Attempt to Interpretation and Evaluation

  • Mohammad S. Alhmeidiyeen Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan
  • Najim Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan, Jordan
Keywords: Technology innovation, Managerial innovation, Knowledge management, Knowledge, Work productivity

Abstract

This study is to explore the relationship between technological innovation and managerial innovation. The great emphasis has been on technological innovation, with neglect of managerial innovation, which has had major contributions to improving technology management and increasing the availability of companies through the three main forms of managerial innovation: general managerial Innovation, the innovation of managerial concepts and Re-innovation of the company. In the post-industrial age, innovation has reached its peak in the creation of the Internet and its integrated technologies and applications. Management innovation has reached its peak in the innovation of knowledge management and the productivity of knowledge work.

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Published
2019-06-28
How to Cite
Alhmeidiyeen, M. S., & Najim, N. A. (2019). Managerial Innovation: An Attempt to Interpretation and Evaluation. Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research, 17(1), 42-57. Retrieved from https://www.reaser.eu/ojs/ojs-3.1.2-1/index.php/REASER/article/view/7