Innovating in IS: A pharmaceutical case study into modelling creative climate
This case study was a qualitative exploration on the influencing characteristics of creative climate, within IS innovation teams at a top tier “Big Pharma” company. Using Template Analysis, a 14-dimension theoretical model was tested against qualitative data from 35 IS innovation stakeholders. A good fit was found in the qualitative codes derived from the field data. Further, the theoretical model was expanded to produce a rich set of sub-classifications. This study contributes to literature as Conceptual Research and adds to the extant literature by providing additional perspectives and extending the model within a new context; IS teams supporting drug development. The method and output of this research can be used by innovation and knowledge management practitioners in IS environments as a template model as they try to gain deeper understandings, mitigate barriers, and support enabling opportunities to create new knowledge, solve problems, and improve innovative output.
25th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS 2019
Meighu, Michael; Dobson, John Alver; and Wood-Harper, A. Trevor, "Innovating in IS: A pharmaceutical case study into modelling creative climate" (2019). School of Management. 174.