IT innovation is often considered a main actor for organizational transformation and can be an important asset for gaining competitive advantage (Ciborra, 2002a; Orlikowski, 1996). Yet, there is little agreement on how IT innovation happens. It is however critical to understand how IT innovation takes place in an organization so as to better facilitate its development. We identify and discuss several perspectives of how IT innovation happens and argue that they are not necessarily exclusive, simply casting a certain light upon a problem depending on the concerns of the practitioner.
How to Cite:
Millet, D.C., 2008. Perspectives on IT Innovation in Organisations. iSCHANNEL, 3(1), pp.20–23.