5 edition of Dynamics of science-based innovation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Hariolf Grupp, ed.|
|LC Classifications||Q180.A1 D86 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 371 p. :|
|Number of Pages||371|
|ISBN 10||0387550623, 3540550623|
|LC Control Number||91045677|
The role of technological evolution and innovation in shaping the destinies of industries and firms is often underestimated. Technological change is a key factor as both a creative force in the growth of enterprises and as a destructive force making those same enterprises vulnerable to competition. Analysis of how innovations enter and transform enterprises reveals several strategies for. Slide Introduction • Innovation management is not exclusively associated with products • New ways of doing business in service sector • Innovation management involves change, particularly technological change • Sometimes this involves product, service and process changes • The level of change is an important dimension Paul Trott.
The Keystone Advantage: What the New Dynamics of Business Ecosystems Mean for Strategy, Innovation, and Sustainability Article (PDF Available) in Academy of Management Perspectives 20(2) . Mastering the Dynamics of Innovation offers a pioneering model for how innovation unsettles industries and firms, and features fascinating histories of new product developments and strategies for nurturing innovation. "The most valuable book I've read in years The analysis is brilliant."--Tom Peters. Available August Reviews:
Innovation is the implementation of a new or significantly improved product (good or service), process, a new marketing method, or a new organizational approach in business practices, workplace organization or external relations (Manual, ).However, it is important to distinguish between invention and innovation, as ‘innovation’ is actually the introduction on the market of a new. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Global and Regional Dynamics in Knowledge Flows and Innovation by Chris Van Egeraat at Barnes & Noble.
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Dynamics of Science-Based Innovation Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition. Dynamics of Science-Based Innovation by Hariolf Grupp, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® This volume intends to give an insight into progress in the field of studies on modern science and technology.
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Perceptions of Scientification of Innovation as Measured by Referencing Between Patents and Papers: Dynamics in Science-Based Fields of Technology.
Pages Grupp, Hariolf (et al.). Perceptions of Scientification of Innovation as Measured by Referencing Between Patents and Papers: Dynamics in Science-Based Fields of Technology Hariolf Grupp, Ulrich Schmoch Pages Describes the current situation in the increasingly interesting area that lies between commercially-driven innovation research and the sociology of science.
Advanced methodologies in the field are introduced; trends in the science/innovation relationship are charted; and case studies are cited.
This volume deals with the dynamics of science-based innovation. The transfer of the latest scientific results to commercial innovation is of ever more importance today.
This implies that competitiveness in modern technologies is no more the responsibility of the manufacturing industry alone, but involves a mutual dependence with the largely publicfinanced science institutions. This book addresses a broad audience and gives so much insight to students, other researchers in the field and t o practitioners that it makes worthwhile reading.
TORE KRISTENSEN Copenhagen Business School, Denmark The dynamics of science-based innovation. By Hariolf Grupp (Ed.), Springer Verlag,DM, ISBN Jorg Bensinger, a group head of Audi corporation's R&D depart ment, had been waiting for long to find a chance to advertise his idea of a four-wheel drive for passenger cars to one of the board mem bers.
Favorable experiences had been collected in drive tests with the lItis, a jeep-like car. The book has three parts. The first presents an overview and tries to work out some conceptual problems.
In the second, the systems of innovation approach is related to innovation theory. Part three is devoted to increasing understanding of the functioning and dynamics of systems of innovation.
The interrelations of science and technology as an object of study seem to have drawn the attention of a number of disciplines: the history of both science and technology, sociology, economics and economic history, and even the philosophy of science.
Mastering the Dynamics of Innovation offers a pioneering model for how innovation unsettles industries and firms, and features fascinating histories of new product developments and strategies for 4/5(3). This book offers a comprehensive overview of the dynamics underpinning the successful performance of local innovation systems (LIS), that is, spatial concentration of innovation activities in specific geographical areas, characterized by the synergetic co-localization of research centers, innovation-driven enterprises, large corporations and capital providers.
The author presents a compelling look at how innovation transforms industries, raising the fortunes of some firms while destroying others. The book draws on the rich history of innovation by inventors and entrepreneurs - ranging from the birth of typewriters to the emergence of personal computers, gas lamps to fluorescent lighting, George Eastman's amateur photography to electronic imaging.
The Ten Faces of Innovation by Tom Kelley. This book captures some of the strategies that IDEO uses to nurture a culture for innovation. It covers ten personas, which people can play in an organisation to foster innovation and new ideas, while offering an effective counter to naysayers.
organizational context innovation can occur to products, processes, or ser-vices. It can be incremental or radical, and it can occur at various levels in an organization, from management groups and departments to project teams and even individuals.
This is the general concept of innovation as discussed in this book. Entrepreneurship, innovation and inequality: Exploring Territorial Dynamics and Development is a very interesting book focusing on how the big changes facing this millennium and driven by the new technologies, mainly the digital ones, still bring inequality on territorial dynamics.
To conceptualize the multi-dimensional nature of innovation journeys the book draws on insights from industrial economics, evolutionary economics, sociology of technology, political science and cultural studies. The book develops several new conceptual frameworks that make different crossovers between these disciplines.
Institutional Dynamics makes a very convincing, and truly novel, argument that we need to take two steps back (both analytically and temporally) to look at the 'broad sweep' of institutions to be able to see how international environmental regimes change over time.
Young is surely the best-placed scholar in the field to build the 'big-think' type of argument this book puts forth. Adoption of Environmental Innovations: The Dynamics of Innovation as Interplay between Business Competence, Environmental Orientation and Network Involvement (Eco-Efficiency in Industry and Science) th Edition.
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In this respect, the knowledge-creating company is as much about ideals as it is about ideas. And that fact fuels innovation. The essence of innovation is to re-create the world according to a. 1. Introduction.
In his recent book, Chesbrough () coined the notion Open Innovation to signify a new model for organizing technological innovation in large R&D-intensive companies. According to this model, “firms can and should use external ideas as well as internal ideas, and internal and external paths to market, as the firms look to advance their technology” (Chesbrough.
The book draws on the rich history of innovation by inventors and entrepreneurs--ranging from the birth of typewriters to the emergence of personal computers, gas lamps to fluorescent lighting, George Eastman's amateur photography to electronic imaging--to develop a practical model for how innovation enters an.Also, based on two other qualitative and quantitative studies on co-innovation management, this book offers lessons and tips on how to manage the dynamics of collaborative innovation in the client–supplier relationship.
Author Bios. Romaric Servajean-Hilst, PhD, is an entrepreneur and associate researcher at the Management Research Center (i3.