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Industrial M.Sc., Ph.D Student in her third year at Information Technology (ITE), Halmstad University, Sweden.
Dulce holds a master’s degree in informatics and has substantial industrial experience in global R&D software product development. She has held several strategic and leading roles (e.g., R&D manager, Agile thought leader, business area manager, board member and senior management consultant) since the beginning of 2000, supporting large incumbents within different industries through their all-in agile transformation journeys. Her work as a Consultant and her research centers on organizational agility; and how it enables and drives continuous digital innovation growth.
Cultural aspects of organizational agility affecting digital innovation was published in the Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation, 16(4), 13-46 in Autumn 2020, by Goncalves, D., Bergquist, M., Bunk, R., & Alänge, S. (2020).
The purpose of this particular study is to understand the influence of cultural values on organizational agility capability. The paper reports on a comparative study of startups and incumbent firms in the automotive industry; and how they work with enabling organizational agility to enhance digital innovation.
The Competing Values Framework by Cameron and Quinn (2011) was used as a tool to categorize different cultures that affect organizational agility, but also to identify how and when tensions between values either supported, or hampered the organizations’ ability to innovate.
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