Quotation Kaiser, Alexander, Fordinal, Birgit, Kragulj, Florian. 2014. Creation of Need Knowledge in Organizations: An Abductive Framework. In Proceedings of the Forty-Seventh Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Hrsg. Ralph H. Sprague, Jr., 3499-3508. Washington: IEEE Computer Society.


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A focus on needs and the ability to generate knowledge about needs is highly valuable for organizations because it extends the range of possible solutions and therefore enables them to create more innovative and sustainable products and services. Our paper will explore how a framework based on an abductive reasoning process for the creation and discovery of knowledge about needs in organizations can look like and what the main steps of such a framework are, in order to integrate this approach into the model of the knowledge-based firm. Moreover we will present empirical findings from a project with Austrian companies where this framework has been used.

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Contribution to conference proceedings
Language English
Title Creation of Need Knowledge in Organizations: An Abductive Framework
Title of whole publication Proceedings of the Forty-Seventh Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
Editor Ralph H. Sprague, Jr.
Page from 3499
Page to 3508
Location Washington
Publisher IEEE Computer Society Press
Year 2014
ISBN 978-1-4799-2504-9

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Learning from the future
Knowledge-Based Management
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Kaiser, Alexander (Details)
Fordinal, Birgit (Former researcher)
Kragulj, Florian (Details)
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Information Business IN (Details)
Competence Center for Sustainability Transformation and Responsibility WE (Details)
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