Contemporary Management Of Innovation

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Both society and markets have changed, and the art of innovation has changed with them, becoming increasingly complex. The book comprises the chapters of twenty-two European innovation researchers. The authors challenge existing innovation theory and management dogma and present new theoretical perspectives. Beginning with theoretical analyses of the innovation management field, the book turbans to the institutional and geographic factors underlying innovation, and the potential posed by a "soft" or ...

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Overview

Both society and markets have changed, and the art of innovation has changed with them, becoming increasingly complex. The book comprises the chapters of twenty-two European innovation researchers. The authors challenge existing innovation theory and management dogma and present new theoretical perspectives. Beginning with theoretical analyses of the innovation management field, the book turbans to the institutional and geographic factors underlying innovation, and the potential posed by a "soft" or organizational view of innovation management, before concluding with a section on the management of knowledge, information, and appropriability.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781403996725
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 3/1/2006
  • Pages: 292
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Meet the Author

Jon Sundbo is Professor in Business Administration, Andrea Gallina is Assistant Professor at the Department of Social Sciences, Göran Serin is Associate Professor at the Department of Social Sciences, and Jerome Davis is Professor of Business Economics, all at Roskilde University, Denmark.

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Table of Contents

PART 1: MANAGEMENT OF INNOVATION - ARE WE LOOKING AT THE RIGHT THINGS?
• Introduction: New Tendencies in Society—J.Sundbo
• The Rise and Fall of the Management of Innovation—S.Laestadius
• From R&D Management to Management of Innovation—M.Meeus
• PART 2: THE DYNAMICS OF INNOVATION AND THE ROLE OF COMPANIES, INSTITUTIONS AND TERRITORIES
• Introduction: Diffusion Processes in the Firms and in the Territory—A.Gallina & G.Serin
• Co-Publishing and Innovation—P.Cooke
• Agglomeration or Cross-Border ICT Cluster?—P.Hansen & G.Serin
• Innovation and Firm Consumption—J.Howells
• Innovation and Diffusion of Site-Specific Crop Management—S.M.Pedersen & J.L.Pedersen
• PART 3: ORGANIZATION OF INNOVATION
• Introduction: The Organizational or 'Soft' Aspects of Innovation—J.Sundbo
• Do Network Structures follow Innovation Strategy?—M.Meeus, J.Faber & L.A.G.Oerlemans
• Strategic Reflexivity as a Framework for Understanding Development in Modern Firms—J.Sundbo & L.Fuglsang
• Innovation as Institutional Change—J.Guia, L.Prats & J.Comas
• Towards a Better Measurement of the Soft Side of Innovation—P.den Hertog, T.Poot & G.Meinen
• PART 4: ECONOMICS OF INNOVATION
• Introduction: Information, Knowledge and Appropriability—J.Davis
• The Governance of Technological Knowledge—C.Antonelli
• Prizes as Incentives—L.Davis & J.Davis
• Patent Policies of Small Danish Firms in Three Industries—L.Davis

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