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differently from organizations that rely on frequent technical and product changes for competitive advantages. Answer Selected Answer: Question 8 3.6 out of 3.6 points Organizational innovation is the generation of novel ideas that may meet perceived needs or respond to opportunities. Answer Selected Answer: False Question 9 3.6 out of 3.6 points In a survey conducted by IBM and Industry Week magazine, _____ percent of respondents
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identified collaborating with customers and suppliers as having the most significant impact on product development time- to-market. Answer Selected Answer: 40 Question 10 3.6 out of 3.6 points All of the following were concluded in the study called Project SAPPHO except: Answer Selected Answer: Question 11 3.6 out of 3.6 points A switching structure is one that switches back and forth as needed between product and matrix in form. Answer Selected Answer: False
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Question 12 3.6 out of 3.6 points Organizational barriers to change include all of the following except: Answer Selected Answer: Question 13 3.6 out of 3.6 points The management science approach
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