Avimanyu (Avi) Datta
Avimanyu (Avi) Datta
Professor; Director: Means Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, Illinois State University
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Changing the competitive landscape: Continuous innovation through IT-enabled knowledge capabilities
KD Joshi, L Chi, A Datta, S Han
Information Systems Research 21 (3), 472-495, 2010
4252010
Creating Value through Offshore Outsourcing: An Integrative Framework
D Mukherjee, A Gaur, A Datta
Journal of International Management 19 (4), 377–389, 2013
1162013
Understanding commercialization of technological innovation: taking stock and moving forward
A Datta, D Mukherjee, L Jessup
R&D Management, 2015
912015
Commercialization of innovations: an overarching framework and research agenda
A Datta, R Reed, L Jessup
American Journal of Business 28 (2), 2013
822013
Trends in mobile computing within the IS discipline: A ten-year retrospective
D Ladd, A Datta, S Sarker, Y Yu
Communictaions of the Association of Information Systems (CAIS) 27, 285-316, 2010
792010
Looking beyond the focal industry and existing technologies for radical innovations
A Datta, L Jessup
Technovation 33 (10-11), 355-367, 2013
682013
Combining Networks, Ambidexterity and Absorptive Capacity to Explain Commercialization of Innovations: A Theoretical Model from Review and Extension
A datta
Journal of Management and Strategy 2 (4), 2-24, 2011
352011
Crowdfunding Success through Social Media: Going beyond Entrepreneurial Orientation in the Context of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
A Sahaym, A Datta, S Brooks
Journal of Business Rersearch, 2020
322020
Unpacking the Antecedents of Crowdfunding Campaign’s Success: The Effects of Social Media and Innovation Orientation
A Datta, A Sahaym, S Brooks
Journal of Small Business Management 57 (S2), 462-488, 2019
252019
Review and Extension on Ambidexterity: A Theoretical Model integrating Networks and Absorptive Capacity
A Datta
Journal of Management and Strategy 2 (1), 2-22, 2011
252011
IT-BASED KNOWLEDGE CAPABILITY AND COMMERCIALIZATION OF INNOVATIONS: MODELING THE IMPACTS OF AMBIDEXTERITY AND ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY
A Datta
International Journal of Knowledge Management 8 (3), 84-98, 2012
192012
Corporate reputation for commercialization of innovation: Does reputation match reality, and does innovation matter?
A Datta, L Jessup, R Reed
Technology & Investment 2 (4), 2011
172011
An Integrative Model to Explain the Ability to Commercialize Innovations: Linking Networks, Absorptive Capacity, Ambidexterity and Environmental Factors
A Datta
Journal of Management & Strategy 2 (2), 1-22, 2011
162011
Factors affecting the governance of innovation commercialization: A Theoretical Model
A Datta, R Reed, L Jessup
Journal of Business and Management 17 (2), 31-59, 2013
14*2013
Information Technology Capability, Knowledge Assets and Firm Innovation: A Theoretical Framework for Conceptualizing the Role of Information Technology in Firm Innovation
A Datta
International Journal of Strategic Information Technology and Applications 2 …, 2011
122011
Antecedents to radical innovations: a longitudinal look at firms in the information technology industry by aggregation of patents
A Datta
International Journal of Innovation Management 20 (07), 1650068, 2016
112016
Resource Based View of Information Systems: A Critique
A Datta
P. M. Madhani (Ed.), Resourced Based View (RBV): Concepts and Practices, 71-84., 2009
92009
Exterior Sourcing and Technology Distinctness as Indicators for Radical Innovations: Evidence from Patents in the Information Technology Industry
A Datta
Technology & Investment 2 (3), 193-201, 2011
82011
EVALUATING THE ANTECEDENTS OF FOUNDATIONAL INNOVATIONS: A LONGITUDINAL LOOK AT PATENTS FROM INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY
A Datta
International Journal of Innovation Management 20 (1), 1650013, 2016
62016
Information technology based knowledge capability and commercialization of innovations: Modeling the impacts on ambidexterity and absorptive capacity
A Datta
Strategic Management Review 6 (1), 75-97, 2012
62012
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