"The terms “business models” and “innovation” have an appealing, high-tech ring to them. Since 2000, there has been an explosion in the usage of the two terms as the Internet and digital business have penetrated almost all aspects of our daily lives and tech giants in the United States and China have grown tremendously. ..." – By Lorenzo Massa and Christopher L. Tucci
"Social networks examine the interaction of individuals with those around them, such as asking them for help or advice. Four components of social networks that have a role in employee creativity have received attention: the nature of the employee’s relationships with coworkers, the structure of the employee’s social network, the position of the employee in the organizational network, and the employee’s network heterogeneity. ..." – By Gamze Koseoglu and Christina E. Shalley
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