This is a list of articles
from the intersection of
Innovation and technological change and Learning
Edmondson AC, Bohmer RM, Pisano GP. 2001. Disrupted routines: team learning and new technology implementation in hospitals. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(4): 685-716.
Edmondson AC. 1999. Psychological safety and learning behavior in work teams. Administrative Science Quarterly 44(2): 350-383.
Franke N, Poetz MK, Schreier M. 2013. Integrating problem solvers from analogous markets in new product ideation. Management Science 60(4): 1063-1081.
Gino F, Argote L, Miron-Spektor E, Todorova G. 2010. First, get your feet wet: the effects of learning from direct and indirect experience on team creativity. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 111(2): 102-115.
Katila R, Ahuja G. 2002. Something old, something new: a longitudinal study of search behavior and new product introduction. Academy of Management Journal 45(6): 1183-1194.
March JG. 2010. The Ambiguities of Experience. Cornell University Press
Posen HE, Lee J, Yi S. 2013. The power of imperfect imitation. Strategic Management Journal 34(2): 149-164.
Singh J, Agrawal A. 2011. Recruiting for ideas: how firms exploit the prior inventions of new hires. Management Science 57(1): 129-150.
Singh J. 2005. Collaborative networks as determinants of knowledge diffusion patterns. Management Science 51(5): 756-770.
Song J, Almeida P, Wu G. 2003. Learning-by-hiring: when is mobility more likely to facilitate interfirm knowledge transfer? Management Science 49(4): 351-365.
Taylor A, Greve HR. 2006. Superman or the fantastic four? Knowledge combination and experience in innovative teams. Academy of Management Journal 49(4): 723-740.