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Lamyaa EL BASSITI

Lamyaa EL BASSITI
Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco. · ENSIAS

PhD in Innovation Studies

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Introduction
My research interest is about improving Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship within Modern Organizations using the Behavioral Research Method. Currently, I am focusing on Talent Management as a key source of sustainable growth in times of crisis.
Additional affiliations
January 2013 - present
September 2012 - present
Mohammed VI International Academy of Civil Aviation
Position
  • Lecturer
September 2012 - present
Education
January 2011 - July 2017
Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Informatique et d'Analyse des Systèmes
Field of study
  • Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship
September 2004 - July 2007

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Publications (22)
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The GenID perspective, developed in previous research work, aims to shift the concept of innovation from a narrow vision focusing on economic limits, boundaries and thresholds, to a wider perspective as an open-ended and iterative process of creative imagination, collaborative working, intentional learning and wise judgment, in which a new balance...
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At the heart of all policy design and implementation, there is a need to understand how well decisions are made. It is evidently known that the quality of decision making depends significantly on the quality of the analyses and advice provided to the associated actors. Over decades, organizations were highly diligent in gathering and processing vas...
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Believing that the most pressing problems organizations face today are characterized by unprecedented levels of complexity and interdependence, leads to the breakdown of the conventional problem-solving paradigm focusing on incremental improvements, and go about leveraging from the currently experienced change by innovating systematically and succe...
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In order to develop the ability to be competitive in considering rapidly growing global market and enormously changing in technology, organizations are looking for up-to-date procedures to respond to all these transformations. Being smart and innovative is actually the most significant pillars of successful organization strategies. In other words,...
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Innovation Knowledge Dynamics can be defined as a set of interacting activities, stages, and concepts, in order to generate a methodology to manage the essential innovation emergence, design and adoption in digital format throughout the innovation lifecycle. It aims to identify the innovation domain’s knowledge structures, internal dynamics, and im...
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In order to successfully cope with this era of rapid changes, organizations need to develop effective and efficient innovation processes that ensure continuous stream of new valuable ideas that lead to useful innovations. However, generating novel and useful ideas remains a challenging and crucial innovation task. The current paper presents a new u...
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To be successful in today's rapid and complex changes, innovation is the only option for maintaining growth and competitiveness. Organizations actually need to become "smart", i.e. internetworked, knowledge driven, learning as well as agile in their ability to create home-grown innovative ideas and exploit external opportunities. However, generatin...
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To achieve sustainable success in the global market, modern organizations need to be flexible and fast in their reaction to change, which depends on their ability to innovate, not just occasionally but systematically. Despite countless efforts and spending, many organizations feel they are not making the most of their innovation potential and resou...
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To maintain their competitiveness in the global market, modern organizations need to be flexible and fast in their reaction to changes and this depends on their ability to innovate systematically and successfully. Idea and Innovation Management Systems (IMS) are in majority designed for collecting ideas from the crowd. The rise of various communiti...
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Faced with an increasingly changing business environment, being flexible and more innovative has become an obligation for organizations. To better innovate and remain competitive, organizations must use all their knowledge, proficiencies and abilities of people to consistently create new creative products and services. Our work is centered on the b...
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To maintain their competitiveness in the global market, modern organizations need to be flexible and fast in their reaction to change and this depends on their ability to adapt quickly. To be able to adapt, organizations should, of course, be able to innovate, not just occasionally, but consistently and successfully. Mastering the process of innova...
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To maintain competitive advantage, today organizations need to be able to innovate – not just occasionally, but consistently. Mastering the process of innovation requires identifying the factors that support or hamper the achievement of innovations. The success of such process usually depends on the quality of the best opportunity identified, which...
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In order to successfully cope with this era of rapid changes, organizations need to develop effective and efficient innovation processes that ensure continuous stream of new valuable ideas that lead to useful innovations. However, generating novel and useful ideas remains a challenging and crucial innovation task. The current paper presents a new u...
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Faced with an increasingly changing business environment, being flexible and more innovative has become an obligation for organizations. To better innovate and remain competitive, organizations must use all their knowledge, proficiencies and abilities of people to consistently create new creative products and services. Our work is centered on the b...
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In a hyper-competitive global economy, the ability to adapt quickly to a turbulent environment that determines the future of organizations. To be able to adapt, an organization must, of course, be innovative and attractive. By looking at the principles of adaptability, we will thus also lift the veil on the necessary conditions for the creation of...
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In the increasingly competitive environment that characterizes the world today, the need to develop innovations quickly has become the key driver of growth for many organizations. To be able to respond more effectively to this new challenge, organizations would make best use of their corporate knowledge resources and memory. Managing heterogeneous...
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In an environment where social, technological and economic changes improve fast, companies must be creative and innovative on a sustainable and regular basis to ensure their growth and maintain a competitive advantage. In order to meet those requirements, companies are brought to adapt and rethink their operating and business models. Therefore, Ent...
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In a turbulent and more competition‐oriented environment, organizations need to develop their ability to adapt quickly. To be able to adapt, an organization must, of course, be innovative and attractive, and successful innovation should be carefully planned and efficiently managed. Even if some researchers treat the early stages of innovation as "...
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Innovation is currently recognized as an essential competitive enabler for any organization that wants to survive and grow. In addition, organizations feel a growing need to open up their internal innovation processes and to integrate innovation management tools. But, due to the distributed and heterogeneous characteristics of innovation knowledge,...
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In a turbulent and more competition-oriented environment, organizations need to develop their ability to adapt quickly. To be able to adapt, an organization must, of course, enhance its innovativeness and successful innovation requires to be planned carefully. Even if some researchers treat the early stages of innovation as " fuzzy " because of the...
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In a hyper-competitive global economy, the ability to adapt quickly to a turbulent environment that determines the future of organizations. To be able to adapt, an organization must, of course, be innovative and attractive. By looking at the principles of adaptability, we will thus also lift the veil on the necessary conditions for the creation of...

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In your opinion, what is the most suitable recommendation technique/algorithm to be used to improve the idea generation stage of the innovation management process based on the similarity detection principles?
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Please feel free to give us your feedback and suggestions about this research topic & areas of contribution?
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Please feel free to give us your feedback and suggestions about the:
1. Research topic & areas of contribution
2. Research Questions
3. Research Design
4. Research Findings
5. Research Impact 
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Based on the following criteria -we adapted from the Hevner et al.’s (2004) guidelines, which are: clarity, easiness of understanding, accuracy, representativeness, purposefulness, usability, relevance, utility, novelty and inspiring- How could you evaluate this research project?
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Please feel free to give us your feedback and suggestions about the:
1. Research topic & areas of contribution
2. Research Questions
3. Research Design
4. Research Findings
5. Research Impact 
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Based on the following criteria -we adapted from the Hevner et al.’s (2004) guidelines, which are: clarity, easiness of understanding, accuracy, representativeness, purposefulness, usability, relevance, utility, novelty and inspiring- How could you evaluate this research project?

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In today’s organization, recommender systems are becoming increasingly important as they help to direct relevant content to users in a more accurate manner, therefore improving the organizational performance. However, due to the incredible growth of the Web in the recent years, searching and finding content that may be of interest has become a very tough task. In addition, although recommender systems have been applied to several different domains, their contribution to improve the performance of idea management systems is still an area that needs to be developed. The purpose of this project is to present a new use of recommender system to improve idea generation in the Idea Management Systems. It aims to build a mechanism based on similarity detection to help innovation actors to find content that is relevant in accordance with their needs and preferences.
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In practice, contemporary "Innovation Management Systems" still deal with the “fuzzy” character of the front end of the innovation process, the distributed and heterogeneous as well as the fast growing characteristics of knowledge available in different forms and rather weakly structured, and the ambiguity of performance measures required to gauge the organizational ability to innovation. This project focuses on these challenges and contributes a set of conceptual constructs and practical tools.