Computer Science

Introduction

Building a resilient and culture innovative organization is essential in today’s dynamic, complex, and ever-changing environment. Therefore, organizations should strive to be resilient achieve the set goals successfully and to encourage innovativeness and adoption to changes taking place due to technology and markets. This paper aims at providing an informative overview of fifteen journal articles regarding an annotated bibliography.

Cardoso, M., & Ramos, I. (2016). The Resilience of a Small Company and the Grounds of Capitalism: Thriving on Non-Knowledgeable Ground. Sustainability, 8(1), 74.

The purpose of the above journal article by Margarida Cardoso and Isabel Ramos was to explore the role of innovative practices in an open environment in building resilience for small organizations. The journal article focuses on changes that occur in small companies as result of open innovation. The article asserts that achieving an open innovation that happens through agile partnership can be a significant factor that ensures availability of required synergies and resources to help the small organizations to adapt to ever-changing trends. Therefore, the ability for small businesses to adapt to changes is an excellent aspect in building resilient companies. The information from this article will be useful in this research since it will enrich the researcher with knowledge concerning open innovate strategies that can be implemented in an organization to enhance its resilience.

Bodenheimer, L. (2018). Leadership Reflections: Resiliency in Library Organizations. Journal of Library Administration, 58(4), 364-374.

This journal article by Lisa Bodenheimer aimed to determine the factors that are essential for library organization to adapt to changes and transformations with the purpose of enhancing resilience. The author focuses on providing practical strategies that can implement by the library organizations to grow and thrive in the ever-changing environment.

Lee, S. M., & Trimi, S. (2018). Innovation for creating a smart future. Journal of Innovation & Knowledge, 3(1), 1-8

The purpose of this journal by Lee and Trim was to discuss the changes taking place today and how the business is adopting the changes through innovation to achieve smart future. The author focuses on socio-cultural and hardware components that form the basis for this research.

Beel, D. E., Wallace, C. D., Webster, G., Nguyen, H., Tait, E., Macleod, M., & Mellish, C. (2017). Cultural resilience: The production of rural community heritage, digital archives and the role of volunteers. Journal of Rural Studies, 54, 459-468.

The aim of this article by Beel et al. was to investigate the influence of culture in building resilience communities. The article provides useful information that portrays the significance of cultural heritage in building more resilience communities.

Van Breda, A. D. (2015). Building Resilient Human Service Organizations. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 40(1), 62-73.

The purpose of the above journal article by Van Breda was to explore three-legged conceptual tools in regards to the resilience of organizations depending on theory and empirical research, service techniques, staff and the entire system of the organization.

Ahiauzu, L. U., & Ololube, N. P. (n.d.). The Mediating Effect of Organizational Culture, Size, and Structure on the Relationship between Innovations and Resilience in Selected

This article by Ahiauzu and Ololube aimed to determine the influence of culture in an organization and to find the relationship between resilience and innovations in universities situated in Nigeria.

Annarelli, A., & Nonino, F. (2016). Strategic and operational management of organizational resilience: Current state of research and future directions. Omega, 62, 1-18.

The purpose of the article is to explore the operational and strategic goals of the organization to gain an understanding of current and future development about organizational resilience.

Cheese, P. (2016). Managing risk and building resilient organizations in a riskier world. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 3(3), 323-331.

This article aims to determine the type of risks associated with the ever-changing environment, and the response towards the changes and portrays the characteristics of resilient and innovative organizations.

Pal, R., Torstensson, H., & Mattila, H. (2014). The antecedent of organizational resilience in economic crises—an empirical study of Swedish textile and clothing SMEs. International Journal of Production Economics, 147, 410-428. doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2013.02.031

The article focuses on the impact of economic crisis on the organizational resilience.

Ortiz-de-Mandojana, N., & Bansal, P. (2015). The long-term benefits of organizational resilience through sustainable business practices. Strategic Management Journal, 37(8),

The author of the article, Mandojana, and Bansal explains that the environmental and social practices that rely on business sustainability lead to organizational resilience.

Ekdale, B., Singer, J. B., Tully, M., & Harmsen, S. (2015). Making Change. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 92(4), 938-958.

The journal article addresses the rapid changes taking place regarding technology and the challenges due to resistant to adopt the changes which are influenced by culture.

Back, A. L., Steinhauser, K. E., Kamal, A. H., & Jackson, V. A. (2016). Building Resilience for Palliative Care Clinicians: An Approach to Burnout Prevention Based on Individual Skills and Workplace Factors. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 52(2), 284-291.

The article by Back et al. aims at investigating the critical issues that will build clinical and workplace resilience in the health organization.

Mafabi, S., Munene, J. C., & Ahiauzu, A. (2015). Creative climate and organizational resilience: the mediating role of innovation. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 23(4), 564-587.

The purpose of this study was to examine the role that innovation play in ensuring organizational residence as well as creating a conducive environment for creativity.

Ochs, T., & Riemann, U. (2016). Knowledge Management as a Service – When Big Data Meets Knowledge Management. Proceedings of the International Conference on Internet of Things and Big Data.

The above article by Ochs and Riemann argues that the culture in organizations will change as result of rapid changes and technological advancements taking place in the area of management sciences and modern management.

Ali, M., & Park, K. (2016). The mediating role of an innovative culture in the relationship between absorptive capacity and technical and non-technical innovation. Journal of Business Research, 69(5), 1669-1675.

The article by Ali and Park focuses on the relationship of innovations about culture and organization, which relates to the research that will be carried out on building a resilient organization.

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Back, A. L., Steinhauser, K. E., Kamal, A. H., & Jackson, V. A. (2016). Building Resilience for Palliative Care Clinicians: An Approach to Burnout Prevention Based on Individual Skills and Workplace Factors. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 52(2), 284-291. doi:10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2016.02.002

Beel, D. E., Wallace, C. D., Webster, G., Nguyen, H., Tait, E., Macleod, M., & Mellish, C. (2017). Cultural resilience: The production of rural community heritage, digital archives and the role of volunteers. Journal of Rural Studies, 54, 459-468. doi:10.1016/j.jrurstud.2015.05.002

Bodenheimer, L. (2018). Leadership Reflections: Resiliency in Library Organizations. Journal of Library Administration, 58(4), 364-374. doi:10.1080/01930826.2018.1448651

Cardoso, M., & Ramos, I. (2016). The Resilience of a Small Company and the Grounds of Capitalism: Thriving on Non-Knowledgeable Ground. Sustainability, 8(1), 74. doi:10.3390/su8010074

Cheese, P. (2016). Managing risk and building resilient organisations in a riskier world. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 3(3), 323-331. doi:10.1108/joepp-07-2016-0044

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Pal, R., Torstensson, H., & Mattila, H. (2014). Antecedents of organizational resilience in economic crises—an empirical study of Swedish textile and clothing SMEs. International Journal of Production Economics, 147, 410-428. doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2013.02.031

Qingrui Xu, Ling Zhu, & Zhangshu Xie. (n.d.). Building up innovative culture for total innovation management. IEMC ’03 Proceedings. Managing Technologically Driven Organizations: The Human Side of Innovation and Change. doi:10.1109/iemc.2003.1252257

Van Breda, A. D. (2015). Building Resilient Human Service Organizations. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 40(1), 62-73. doi:10.1080/23303131.2015.1093571

 

 

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