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Exploring preconditions for open innovation: Value networks in industrial firms

Ulrika H. Westergren, Jonny Holmström
2012 Information and organization  
This process has resulted in the creation of new value networks.  ...  By tracing the reasoning behind the organizational transformation and studying the technology used to carry it through, we seek to explore the preconditions for open innovation and provide insight into  ...  This research expands the study of innovation by exploring the underlying dynamics and trust in open innovation networks.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infoandorg.2012.05.001 fatcat:nch54czpebfwvpdlrpqctgmcne

Power Relations and Small and Medium-sized Enterprise Strategies for Capturing Value in Global Production Networks: Visual Effects (VFX) Service Firms in the Hollywood Film Industry

Rachel Parker, Stephen Cox
2013 Regional studies  
Power relations and small and medium-sized enterprise strategies for capturing value in global production networks: visual effects (VFX) service firm in the Hollywood film industry.  ...  We base our analysis on a total of 36 interviews with informants in the industry in Australia, UK and Canada and a database of VFX credits for 3323 visual products for 640 VFX firms.  ...  value in the global film industry, and we sought to explore the mechanisms by which they became 'successful' in entering the Hollywood production network.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00343404.2011.600303 fatcat:yggbg6w775f4laj26cxkkbftny

Understanding the Effect of Non-Technological Innovation on Technological Innovation and Innovation Success

Hyun-Sun Ryu
2016 International Journal of Hybrid Information Technology  
To address the research gap, this study aims to explore the role of non-technological innovation in promoting technological innovation for innovation success.  ...  We propose that non-technological innovation is considered an essential precondition of technological innovation, leading to innovation success.  ...  Innovation in firms mainly aims to gain a competitive advantage by reducing costs and improving productivity; thus, it is the core factor for sustaining business value.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijhit.2016.9.8.10 fatcat:aggnh6cihbemxpd3fnaig4y6y4

Developing innovation strategies for convergence – is 'open innovation' imperative?

Stefanie Broring
2010 International Journal of Technology Management  
By analysing three different industry cases of convergence, this paper explores how firms in different industries address competence gaps they face by positioning themselves in a newly emerging value chain  ...  Hence, to overcome these conflicts, open innovation built on dynamic capabilities (like alliance building) plays a major role in industry convergence.  ...  I would especially like to thank the Institute for Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods, as well as Degussa for relevant insights. Moreover, I would like to thank Prof L.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtm.2010.029421 fatcat:7bo34ii2ongbvic3tmfd2aghsm

The Innovative Performance of China's National Innovation System

Philipp S. Boeing, Philipp G. Sandner
2011 Social Science Research Network  
For the timeframe we studied, China's comparative advantage exists in the creation of low value innovative performance, albeit increasingly in huge quantities.  ...  Foreign firms' innovative performance associated with higher economic value is particularly strong..  ...  A new trend is led by relatively young firms in high-tech industries.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1769083 fatcat:ppoig7hfazgqpgzb5du2hnhvyq

Contrasting Innovation Creation and Commercialization within Open, User and Cumulative Innovation

Marcel Bogers, Joel West
2010 Social Science Research Network  
While industrial innovation was once assumed to be a vertically integrated process, three recent streams of research -open innovation, user innovation and cumulative innovation -have examined how innovation  ...  is created outside the boundaries of the firm.  ...  in the value network or by some other external stakeholder (cf.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1751025 fatcat:3dbvh6kzofg53bwxnurnbfppxm

Living Labs as open innovation systems for knowledge exchange: solutions for sustainable innovation development

Dimitri Schuurman, Bastiaan Baccarne, Lieven De Marez, Carina Veeckman, Pieter Ballon
2016 International Journal of Business Innovation and Research  
in open innovation systems.  ...  By means of an in-depth case study research we explore a variety of hypotheses abstracted from the open innovation literature on knowledge transfers and other variables influencing exchange and collaboration  ...  In the light of the three open innovation processes, open innovation networks demand for three corresponding firm capabilities: absorptive capacity, or the ability to deal with knowledge exploration, connective  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbir.2016.074832 fatcat:z4x4vj72trbylatjm7zfsblrjy

Innovation in the Periphery

Jakob Eder
2018 International regional science review  
Fourth, future work could explore the benefits peripheries offer for certain kinds of innovation. Fifth, urban-rural linkages might be of higher relevance than assumed.  ...  In doing so, it outlines options for policy makers and suggests avenues for future research: first, the periphery concept needs more refinement.  ...  In other words, not only high-tech industries usually located in cities can be innovative but many industries possess potential for innovation.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0160017618764279 fatcat:ts2qwgq4ofgatnvh7humst2eym

Territorial patterns of innovation: a taxonomy of innovative regions in Europe

Roberta Capello, Camilla Lenzi
2012 The annals of regional science  
a necessary and sufficient condition for increasing the innovative capacities in local fi rms, fed by local spillovers.  ...  This paper investigates over the way in which regions innovate.  ...  a new product in the market Share of firms introducing a product innovation One value for the period 2002-2004 Authors' elaboration on CIS (Eurostat) data Process innovation Firms introducing  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00168-012-0539-8 fatcat:frnmd56mmvdzpanlh5f7vs6koi

The Relation among Organizational Culture, Knowledge Management, and Innovation Capability: Its Implication for Open Innovation

Long Lam, Phuong Nguyen, Nga Le, Khoa Tran
2021 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
Therefore, this study was conducted to explore the relationship among organizational culture, knowledge management and innovation capability in the open innovation environment to provide useful suggestions  ...  It is widely acknowledged that enhancing innovation capability is an inevitable requirement for the survival and sustainable growth of firms operating in the information technology sector.  ...  customers and partners, is a concrete precondition for initiating innovation within firms.  ... 
doi:10.3390/joitmc7010066 fatcat:erj7kznbvjdozm47fillmqpzta


2010 International Journal of Innovation Management  
Within an industry's value chain, an innovation seeker is a firm searching for innovation solutions beyond its boundaries.  ...  In contrast, specialist firms focus on one particular industry, or a few exclusive technology domains. For example, Pharmalicensing works exclusively in the life sciences industries.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s1363919610002775 fatcat:gsrr63aiyvhfxfwrmktzvh22nm


Aiste Vaisnore, Monika Petraite
customer participation, and proposes the analytical framework for the enablement of customers' participation in the open innovation process, with reference to the industrial preconditions; strategic preconditions  ...  Paper provides the definition of customer enablement to participate in open innovation process; suggests the more structured approach for the disclosure of important preconditions for the enablement of  ...  preconditions for customer enablement to participate in open innovation process as presented in Table 1 .  ... 
doi:10.5755/j01.em.17.4.3035 fatcat:3syqsukpbfbajhxfax4ifjym3a

Strategic Incentive Systems For Open Innovation

Dirk Schneckenberg
2013 Journal of Applied Business Research  
The experts work in firms which are both international top players and open innovation pioneers in their respective industries.  ...  The results show that all organisations in the sample develop incentives for open innovation.  ...  precondition for participants to contribute and share knowledge in open innovation projects.  ... 
doi:10.19030/jabr.v30i1.8283 fatcat:3tx67vd5lrhojhkdflplk37dru

Global networks of clusters of innovation: Accelerating the innovation process

Jerome S. Engel, Itxaso del-Palacio
2009 Business Horizons  
The differential part of Silicon Valley's cluster behavior is that mobile people, their knowledge, and the information they are expert in are preconditioned for entrepreneurship, and that innovation is  ...  In the first section we analyze the patterns of a COI, and study practices in Silicon Valley to explain what makes a cluster of innovation different from a pure agglomeration of firms with a common industry  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bushor.2009.06.001 fatcat:325yzkej5zcohdhdb4kmglshbi

Innovativeness in Macedonian Companies: Evidence from the Community Innovation Survey

2018 Tehnički Vjesnik  
However, certain challenges for researching the innovativeness in post-socialist economies still exist. We analyse the most influential drivers for innovativeness in Macedonian enterprises.  ...  Also, further investments in research and development for innovation positively impact the variety of innovation activities in companies.  ...  Further research should explore the relevance of other internal and external factors for innovative activities of a firm.  ... 
doi:10.17559/tv-20161107094939 fatcat:d3fvga54tve2thnnpiyypxfdb4
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