Featuring open innovation: implications for measurement
Roud V., Meissner D.
Open innovation (OI) proposes a new perspective of firms’ innovation activities. Specifically, OI aims to capture the combined effects of these drivers, describing more distributed, multidisciplinary, trans-border, cross-institutional, and inter-temporal innovation processes. This paper presents the main features of the OI concept, focusing on the implications for measurement by indicators.
, , Innovation: Organization & Management 2020 Vol. 22 No. 2 P. 128-159
Tension between dynamic innovation activities and conventional static methods of intellectual property (IP) protection pushes companies to cultivate new IP management strategies that are responsive to the dual challenges of control and openness of IP in co-creation projects. Great openness may obstruct appropriation of benefits from co-creation outcomes, while great control may demotivate individual external ...
Added: January 20, 2021
, , God Helps Those Who Help Themselves! A Study of User-Innovation in Russia / НИУ ВШЭ. Series SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION "SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION". 2016. No. 59.
This paper studies the specificities of Russian user-innovators on a sample of 1670 home interviews. The percentage of end users who innovate in their daily life in the Russian population and the willingness to share one’s ideas and developments is much higher in comparison to western countries and probably historically rooted in long-standing community activities ...
Added: June 21, 2016
The open innovation journey along heterogeneous modes of knowledge-intensive marketing collaborations: a cross-sectional study of innovative firms in Europe
, , et al., International Marketing Review 2022 Vol. 39 No. 3 P. 602-625
Purpose Previous research focused on open innovation (OI) suggests that enterprises benefit from adopting the journey; however, the relationship among OI, marketing journey and knowledge-intensive innovation marketing activities (KIIMA) remains unclear. The present study proposes a conceptual model of the marketing journey linking heterogeneous modes of marketing collaboration to knowledge-intensive activities. Design/methodology/approach The conceptual model was tested via ...
Added: September 12, 2022
Glocal targeted open innovation: challenges, opportunities and implications for theory, policy and practice
, , The Journal of Technology Transfer 2017 Vol. 42 No. 2 P. 236-252
In line with the growing number and type of innovation sources and partners, companies’ institutional set up to manage the potential problems of multiple sources and partners for innovation is increasingly challenged to develop and maintain effective and efficient corporate innovation activities. The paper highlights recent developments of open innovation in companies. Findings are based ...
Added: April 26, 2017
, , Business Process Management Journal 2017 Vol. 23 No. 6 P. 1094-1107
Purpose The purpose of this paper is twofold. First, to understand recombinant innovation (RI) as a potentially significant part of an open innovation (OI) strategy and second, to suggest key routines which would underpin a capability for RI, locating these within the context of enhanced absorptive capacity (AC). Finally, the paper considers how such routines ...
Added: January 29, 2018
, , Journal of Knowledge Management 2017 Vol. 21 No. 2 P. 295-307
Purpose – This paper aims to provide a substantial overview of features and channels of knowledge and technology transfer in light of achieving impact from science and research. Design/methodology/approach – The paper is conceptual with substantial desk research undertaken. A taxonomy of transfer channels is proved and levels of impact from STI proposed. Findings – It is ...
Added: April 26, 2017
, , , Communicating company culture: assessment through job advertisements analysis / Высшая школа экономики. Series WP BRP "Science, Technology and Innovation". 2017. No. 74.
The paper explores the composition of researchers' skillsets in an innovation-driven environment from the perspective of employers. The authors analyze the relation between skills requirements described in job advertisements for researchers and the presumed innovation culture of companies. The study is based on job advertisements content analysis and in-depth interviews with chiefs of research and ...
Added: October 13, 2017
Geneva, Fontainebleau, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, INSEAD, and WIPO, 2016
The Global Innovation Index (GII) aims to capture the multi-dimensional facets of innovation and provide the tools that can assist in tailoring policies to promote long-term output growth, improved productivity, and job growth. The GII helps to create an environment in which innovation factors are continually evaluated. In 2016, the theme for this year’s edition ...
Added: December 9, 2016
, , Foresight and STI Governance 2014 Vol. 8 No. 1 P. 24-32
This paper discusses the importance of innovation communities for contemporary innovation management. Based on a detailed literature review and corresponding industry examples, this paper suggests that userdriven innovation through tools like virtual communities, communities of practitioners and living labs will be of increased importance for future innovation processes. Of particular importance for integrating dispersed knowledge, ...
Added: January 27, 2015
, , , Technological Forecasting and Social Change 2017 Vol. 119 P. 128-138
There is a common agreement that innovation is driven by the people that form the heart of any company's innovation activity. Still, people perform innovation in a special institutional environment characterized by rules and regulations that might support or impede innovation. The open innovation paradigm expects companies to engage in external relationships for innovation; however ...
Added: May 10, 2017
, , , Management Decision 2018 Vol. 56 No. 6 P. 1336-1347
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore the composition of skillsets in biotechnology from the perspective of employers and its relation to open innovation processes in the sector. It provides conclusions for HR management practice. Design/methodology/approach The study is based on job advertisements content analysis and in-depth interviews with chiefs of research and development companies. It ...
Added: June 16, 2018
, , , Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 2018 Vol. 30 No. 6 P. 718-733
The article identifies how the combination of concepts drawn from foresight and foresight networks can be used to help open innovation. We found that foresight can support open innovation by providing analysis that looks at key open innovation questions such as those around technology selection, identifying future customer needs and scanning for disruptions. Foresight can ...
Added: October 4, 2017
, Проблемы теории и практики управления 2015 № 11 С. 52-65
The paper presents cluster efficiency concept that is defined by the author. The main principles of cluster efficiency assessment are specified. Based on assessment goals, there is an analysis of Russian and foreign performance evaluation methods. With the foundation of the whole analysis, a set of methods is delineated in the conclusive part. The methods ...
Added: February 24, 2016
, Foresight and STI Governance 2015 No. 9 P. 32-55
Leading countries consider regional clusters as an efficient tool of interaction between actors of a region’s innovation system, which allows generating new poles of economic growth. There is a plenty of literature describing positive experience of clusters’ public support. In Russia, this process is still at an early stage. Russia’s strategy of innovative development until ...
Added: October 13, 2015
, , Firm-level Evidence on the Cooperative Innovation Strategies in Russian Manufacturing / Высшая школа экономики. Series WP BRP "Science, Technology and Innovation". 2016. No. 63/STI2016.
This paper focuses on revealing the heterogeneous impact of firms’ specificities and the environment on the sophistication of the cooperative innovation strategies. We use the firm-level data on innovation strategies of over 1200 manufacturing enterprises in Russia to model the networking strategy as a simultaneous choice of the range of cooperative linkages (within and beyond ...
Added: October 13, 2016
, , et al., Management Decision 2018 Vol. 56 No. 6 P. 1159-1166
.The most recent innovation models increasingly postulate external relationships of innovators in many different shapes including the acquisition and incorporation of knowledge and technology from outside the organization. Such knowledge and technologies can be either publicly accessible or privately owned by other companies, individuals or research institutions. Furthermore, external knowledge and technologies are available either ...
Added: June 9, 2018
, , Foresight and STI Governance 2020 Vol. 14 No. 4 P. 80-94
In the era of “open innovation”, the choice of a cooperative strategy is one of the most significant factors determining the effectiveness of innovation activities. What characterizes the cooperation relations of Russian manufacturing enterprises? The article offers answers to questions about typical configurations of cooperative networks — the choice of partners, the role of spatial ...
Added: July 15, 2020
Антропо-техногенная деградация биосферы: предложения по ее преодолению: Труды Российской междисциплинарной научно-практической конференции (2 июня 2014 г., Москва, ИНИОН РАН)
М.: ИНИОН РАН, 2014
В сборнике рассматриваются теоретические и практические проблемы взаимодействия человека, техносферы и биосферы, а также преодоления антропогенной деградации биосферы. Для научных работников, специалистов, преподавателей и аспирантов. ...
Added: October 22, 2014
Совершенствование преподавания дисциплин математического цикла на основе инвариантов, необходимых для преподавания курса «Эконометрика» экономистам-бакалаврам
, , Вестник Нижегородского университета им. Н.И. Лобачевского. Серия: Социальные науки 2019 Т. 55 № 3 С. 183-189
The article describes a method that allows to improve the content of disciplines of the mathematical cycle by dividing them into invariant (general) and variable parts. The invariants were identified for such disciplines as «Linear algebra», «Mathematical analysis», «Probability theory and mathematical statistics» delivered to Bachelors program students of economics at several universities. Based on ...
Added: January 28, 2020
М.: КноРус, 2012
Представлена экономическая оценка природно-ресурсного потенциала РФ, рассмотрены закономерности размещения природных ресурсов и основные особенности экологической ситуации в регионах страны, описано влияние экологических факторов на демографический потенциал и здоровье населения, приведена характеристика основных загрязнителей окружающей среды, изложены основы природно-ресурсной политики России и хозяйственный механизм ее осуществления, раскрыты региональные различия современной экологической обстановки в стране и тенденции ...
Added: March 10, 2013
, , Проблемы теории и практики управления 2014 № 12 С. 89-96
In this article is conducted research of the mechanism of selection of venture innovative projects. We studied the factors, which influence a choice of business angels. The purpose of work was to receive an advanced system of estimation of projects. On the basis of the survey it is possible to say that the financing of ...
Added: December 8, 2014
A Binary Model versus Discriminant Analysis Relating to Corporate Bankruptcies: The Case of Russian Construction Industry
, , Journal of Accounting, Finance and Economics 2013 Vol. 3 No. 1 P. 65-76
The last market crash of 2008-2009 showed that the construction sphere is one of the most fragile subject to the crisis effect. The destructive effect of this crash resulted in substantial decrease in mortgage lending, price index, capital investment, and in growth of the cost level. As the construction industry remains strategically important, the eruption ...
Added: September 5, 2013
Oxford Abstracts, 2021
Recovering from Covid: Responsible Management and Reshaping the Economy In 2021, the 35th Conference and 2nd BAM Conference in the Cloud, will critically engage with the socio-economic recovery from the global Covid-19 pandemic. Consumers, producers, frontline workers, managers, businesses, public and third sector organisations all have their own roles and responsibilities in transforming our marketised society for the post-pandemic world. We will critically explore the challenges we all face, aiming to ...
Added: June 12, 2021
, Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика 2019 Т. 14 № 2 С. 245-274
The institutional aspect of post-crisis banking regulation reform (Basel III) remains unsettled, and as such undermines regulators’ efforts to shape a seamless platform for international financial intermediation. The lack of global acceptance of the Basel III standards amid the internationalization of banking activities is one of the main reasons for regulatory asymmetries which are difficult ...
Added: August 28, 2018