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Coworking Spaces as a Driver of the Post-Fordist City: a Tool for Building a Creative Ecosystem

Pavel Bednář, Lukáš Danko
2020 European Spatial Research and Policy  
Research in collaborative places revealed they are essential for networking and cooperation in the creative ecosystem.  ...  These activities tend to stimulate knowledge creation and open innovation in the creative ecosystem that benefit local development.  ...  RO/2018/10 "Identification of Risks and their Impact on Sector and Firm Innovation and Financial Performance in the Digital Economy"; and RO/2018/12 "Smart governance and application of 3E principles in  ... 
doi:10.18778/1231-1952.27.1.05 fatcat:dsjt6alg5fahbgqnxej26mmmfi

Coping with austerity: innovation via collaboration or retreat to the known?

Janet Diamond, Siv Vangen
2016 Public Money & Management  
Practitioner-based insider research offers an insight into how collaborative innovation can work in the public sector, what undermines it and what impact the active management of a turbulent environment  ...  This article explores potential approaches to the management of public sector austerity through collaborative innovation.  ...  issues in the current public sector practice environment in the UK.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09540962.2016.1249231 fatcat:32l3ocqc6jfephvzvy3zu2ouay

Characteristic and Enlightenment on Universities Collaborative Innovation Mode of Japan Shikoku Area

Wang, Yu
2019 Education Sciences  
Taking the collaborative innovation of five universities in Japan Shikoku area as an example, this paper summarizes the content of collaborative innovation in colleges and universities.  ...  Based on SICO's collaborative innovation mode of the Japan Shikoku area, five universities have established a virtuous circle of knowledge, capital, and talents, forming a collaborative innovation ecosystem  ...  In this way, the knowledge flows in a virtuous circle in the collaborative innovation process.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci9040257 fatcat:w3lukajpurbkbhl2ofjlif655u

From Transitions to Transformation: A Brief Review of the Potential Impacts of COVID-19 on Boosting Digitization, Digitalization, and Systems Thinking in the Built Environment

Ali Cheshmehzangi
2021 Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research  
In this study, we use gray literature to delve into arguments around the boost for digitization, digitalization, and systems thinking in the development of the built environment.  ...  This is mostly discussed from the influence of COVID-19 on some of the existing practices or the business-as-usual of the built environment sector.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thanks the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) for the provision of funding for project numbers 71950410760 and 71850410544.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jbcpr.2021.91003 fatcat:bc4oca7r3vgulpwhr3zgbf6qla

Mining Authoritativeness of Collaborative Innovation Partners

Joseph Engler, Andrew Kusiak
2010 International Journal of Computers Communications & Control  
The concepts discussed in the paper are illustrated with a case study of mining the authoritativeness of collaboration partners for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS).  ...  External collaboration often leads to innovation at reduced research and development expenditure.  ...  Focused Mining of the Web The first major step in forming a collaborative innovation relationship is to seek out and choose partners for the collaboration process.  ... 
doi:10.15837/ijccc.2010.1.2463 fatcat:dvbsqqnynzf2bicoeepiemnvjm

Knowledge management of university-industry collaboration in the learning economy

Irina-Emily Hansen, Ola Jon Mork, Torgeir Welo
2017 2017 2nd International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Applications (ICKEA)  
Up until now, however, knowledge management has not been a common subject for investigation of university-industry collaboration in innovation projects.  ...  The scientific community has paid little attention on how to leverage learning and knowledge creation in university-industry innovation projects, thus increasing their innovation impact on both organizations  ...   Allocation of the resources, skills and efforts of the people, in the organizational learning process.  How to encourage individuals to believe in the values of collaborative research efforts, and boost  ... 
doi:10.1109/ickea.2017.8169924 fatcat:447mvqw3mrhq3mcj362qlj2zwq

[NGI Explorers | Policy Brief] Next Generation Internet boosted by EU-US ecosystem of researchers and innovators

NGI Explorers Project
2022 Zenodo  
Policy brief published by the NGI Explorers team. Next Generation Internet boosted by EU-US ecosystem of researchers and innovators  ...  In fact, the majority agree that it is crucial in a Programme such as this, to work in person, sharing an environment with your collaborator so as to expand soft skills, and network.  ...  For this reason it is important to facilitate such programs in the future, reducing bureaucratic processes and creating fast lane VISA processes for researchers and innovators wishing to conduct their  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6351668 fatcat:nkijcvmlufeczabkuixv5d23ni

Towards Third-Generation Living Lab Networks in Cities

Seppo Leminen, Mervi Rajahonka, Mika Westerlund
2017 Technology Innovation Management Review  
other forms of collaborative innovations in cities.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully appreciate the anonymous blind reviewer and the Editor-in-Chief, Chris McPhee for their valuable comments, suggestions, and guidelines to improve this article.  ...  In other words, a city engages itself in the collaborative innovation process, participates in activities, and supports citizen activities rather than attempting to steer the innovation activities.  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview/1118 fatcat:ps7oqybaefdzddwl3sjjen5vgy

Intellectual security in technology based learning environment in a globalization world

Javed Ali Memon, R. Esra Demirdöğen
2009 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
In this study, the current technology innovation initiatives are analyzed and a framework for securing intellectual assets is proposed.  ...  work of actors in education vis a vis examining the case in Turkey, Pakistan and in the developed societies.  ...  Increasing research and learning environments leads the generation of resources for further boost of economy, based on stream of output as innovations and strategies to meet the desired objectives.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2009.01.450 fatcat:a2qkodj7wre5pbtvtk6twgyfii

Can Behaviorally Informed Urban Living Labs Foster the Energy Transition in Cities?

Nives Della Valle, Sonja Gantioler, Silvia Tomasi
2021 Frontiers in Sustainable Cities  
Smart cities offer promising governance approaches, especially in the framework of the concept of Urban Living Labs (ULLs), as an enabling environment for so-called user-centric co-creation processes.  ...  Finally, it reviews the theoretical findings in relation to the ULL that has been taking shape in the city of Trento, Italy.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We are grateful to Giacomo Degli Antoni and the participants of the New Economic & Statistical Perspectives on Urban and Territorial Themes (NESPUTT) Conference, held in November 2019 at  ... 
doi:10.3389/frsc.2021.573174 fatcat:7qa5ftfirvev3oxuz2ih7lq224

Open Innovation 4.0 as an Enhancer of Sustainable Innovation Ecosystems

Joana Costa, João C.O. Matias
2020 Sustainability  
The public sector should enhance the process, providing accurate legal framework, procurement of innovation, and shared risks in R&D.  ...  In this sense, the aim of this study is to present how open innovation can enhance sustainable innovation ecosystems and boost the digital transition.  ...  This model of innovation was firstly proposed in 2003, redirecting the flows of knowledge and the innovation strategies to boost collaboration among firms and other agents inside and outside the value  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12198112 fatcat:qy3kkxx4dra7nkgpol5z2s3nyu

A Holistic Model of Building Innovation Ecosystems

Ricardo J. Rabelo, Peter Bernus
2015 IFAC-PapersOnLine  
This paper provides an analysis in form of a systematisation of life cycle processes involved in deploying innovation ecosystems.  ...  Abstract: This paper provides an analysis in form of a systematisation of life cycle processes involved in deploying innovation ecosystems.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work has been partially supported by CNPq (The Brazilian Council for Research and Scientific Development). Authors would like to thank Mr.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ifacol.2015.06.423 fatcat:3f6npqt7avexroenn35fm2ucoe

Proposal of an organizational culture model for innovation

Yadira Milena Felizzola Cruz, Olga Lucía Anzola Morales
2017 Cuadernos de Administración  
Based on a case study from a company within the Engineering sector with presence in Colombia an organizational culture model for innovation is proposed.  ...  and environment that motivates individuals to create and develop new ideas.  ...  The second one is oriented towards setting up factors and capacities that boost the process of innovation; in this case analyses from the proposals of dynamic capacities (Teece, Pisano and Shuen, 1997  ... 
doi:10.25100/cdea.v33i59.4477 fatcat:dme4y5srarcslchucqtz33m62q

Editorial

Patricia Ordonez de Pablos
2021 Journal of Science and Technology Policy Management  
Therefore, in this research, the authors tried to examine the effect of KM processes on organizational innovation through the development of intellectual capital in Iranian industrial organizations.  ...  same structure, managerial capabilities, generally operate in the same way and operate in the environment.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jstpm-03-2021-156 fatcat:2jifld3vsvdljawr64yq7sxmvy

Collaboration for innovation in small CEE countries

Viktor Prokop, Jan Stejskal, Oto Hudec
2018 E & M Ekonomie a Management  
An important fi nding is that collaboration in group of fi rms is another important way to boost business innovation processes.  ...  institutions in favor of boosting innovation performance.  ...  Abstract COLLABORATION FOR INNOVATION IN SMALL CEE COUNTRIES Viktor Prokop, Jan Stejskal, Oto Hudec The innovative environment and its elements are crucial determinants of the innovation activity of  ... 
doi:10.15240/tul/001/2019-1-009 fatcat:rs24l2ozszgapb4qbhms52quyq
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