Competing through ICT Capability: Innovation in Image by Mitsuru Kodama (auth.)

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For corporations designing ICT environments, this could also mean preparing the right resources as part of their Ba-creation planning. This is because people use the resources available to them (the ICT environment) in response to changing circumstances, and through these situated actions, and not plans, create Ba. “Situated actions” means, for instance, that people working on a new project might come up with ideas about how to organize themselves or flexibly change organizational structures if needed, or create geographically dispersed project teams while maintaining their ICT systems, which at the same time could induce business collaboration ideas to develop unique ICT environments and usage patterns and achieve specific business activities and goals within the scope of the project.

Teachers teach information. Then when students take that information and 30 Competing through ICT Capability make it their own it becomes [useful knowledge]. Information belongs to all people, but we should bear in mind that knowledge is personal. Therefore, people cannot make knowledge their own without active familiarization, practice and review. This is an immutable fact. Researchers in the experimental sciences are required to practice creative trial and error to invent new technologies or discover new phenomena.

These are the processes that strategically use ICT to obtain new knowledge and achieve business innovation—critical outcomes dependent on the acquisition of dynamic ICT capabilities that enable companies to speedily establish their market position in new markets, and with new technologies. Now and into the future, an increasingly important thing for business people to consider is seizing the Ba (Nonaka and Takeuchi, 1995) 16 Competing through ICT Capability needed for new knowledge integration through the synergies that arise among people and along various boundaries, regardless of whether these are between individuals in real or virtual ICT space, and acquiring and reinforcing ICT capabilities, and then applying those capabilities diligently in daily business to perpetuate the creation of new knowledge.

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