A Case Study and Survey-based Assessment of the Management of Innovation and Technology


  • Mukesh Srivastava College of Business University of Mary Washington




Innovative Organizations, Management of Innovation and Technology, Strategy and Competitive Advantage, Case Study


This paper provides a case study of a real-world organization and its management of technology and innovation (MTI). The study examines the structure, environment, and resources of the organization as they pertain to the MTI. Specifically, the organization is examined for the alignment of the MTI to the strategy and the competitive advantages. Subjective assessment of the state of MTI is made based on this examination. To support the assessment, the case study is augmented with survey data that examines perceptions of employees to the MTI, the alignment of the MTI as stated above, and several documented antecedents of creative and innovative organizations. The research concludes with recommendations for improvement based on propositions regarding the antecedents and correlation to the state of the MTI.


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Author Biography

Mukesh Srivastava, College of Business University of Mary Washington

Dr. Mukesh Srivastava, Associate Dean of the College of Business, Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems University of Mary Washington Fredericksburg, VA 22406 USA Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Global Management Studies (IJGMS) (http://www.ijgms.org) And Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Global Management Studies Professional(IJGMSP) (http://www.ijgmsq.org)


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How to Cite

Srivastava, M. (2011). A Case Study and Survey-based Assessment of the Management of Innovation and Technology. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 6(1), 147–160. https://doi.org/10.4067/S0718-27242011000100012



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