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Workplace Innovation and Technological Change

Miroslav Beblavy, Ilaria Maselli, Elisa Martellucci
2012 Social Science Research Network  
This paper explores the extent to which the illusive phenomenon of workplace innovation has pervaded workplaces in Europe and whether it could be one of the answers to Europe's longterm social and economic  ...  Two final case studies focus on the country-level, one looking at of how a specific innovation can become fully mainstreamed (in the Netherlands and the 'part-time economy') and the other (Finland and  ...  Another phenomenon increasing in importance is the use of social media and social networks at the workplace.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2403752 fatcat:rwkslba5ufaqvd5tl4lwjbvvym

Social media driven innovations: an exploratory study in China

Jiwat Ram, Siqi Liu
2018 Journal of Innovation Economics & Management  
The link between networks is very flat and fluid. In the old days, mass media used to report issues.  ...  Journal of Innovation Economics & Management 2018/3 -n° 27 "Social networks and social media will not only help to build relationships but provide a new way to collaborate and to gain information.  ... 
doi:10.3917/jie.027.0123 fatcat:sbb744jzxbca7cmk4pnbkvxsoi

Applying an integrated approach to social media communication training: how innovative thinking is changing the way universities teach (Web) journalism

Ainara Larrondo-Ureta, Simón Peña-Fernández, Koldobika Meso-Ayerdi, Jesús Ángel Pérez-Dasilva
2019 Zenodo  
The authors highlight two online journalism teaching innovation initiatives, one entailing a collaboration between students and media professionals, and the other entailing online collaboration between  ...  The analysis it offers has been based on the findings of empirical studies conducted over the past five years by KZBerri, a University of the Basque Country-based research group focused on teaching innovation  ...  Universities have responded to the dilemmas facing the sector by developing innovative new courses that help students gain hands-on professional experience, develop the social media and teamwork skills  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3667547 fatcat:7einhm4xwjb2fji635b3eg2efu

Exploring The Research Landscape Of Social Innovation – A Deliverable Of The Project Social Innovation Community (Sic)

Irene De Laurentiis, Alessandro Deserti, Domanski, Dmitri (Ed.), Christopher Graetz, Charlotte Heales, Ursula Holtgrewe, Kaletka, Christoph (Ed.), Hanna Kitcher, Erdmuthe Klaer, Sylvana Kroop, Luise Kuschmierz, Álvaro Luna García (+5 others)
2017 Zenodo  
The report mirros the thematic structure used in the EU funded project Social Innovation Community (SIC), which aims to create a 'network of networks' of social innovation actors by identifying, engaging  ...  The findings of the report can be used by all those who work in social innovation and are looking for new opportunities to get involved with a community, which is growing in a very dynamic way.  ...  can be online or offline".  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.825169 fatcat:edphq4stf5byxlts473srvkyde

E-Health innovations, collaboration, and healthcare disparities: Developing criteria for culturally competent evaluation

Gonzalo Bacigalupe, Sabrina F. Askari
2013 Families, Systems & Health  
In this article we propose a classification of emerging social technologies in health care with the purpose of developing evaluative criteria that assess their ability to foster collaboration and positively  ...  Few guidelines exist to evaluate the impact of social technologies on furthering family health and even less on their capacity to ameliorate health disparities.  ...  A written report is prepared based on the documentation that is created during the consult and sent to the primary care physician to coordinate care.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0033386 pmid:24059273 fatcat:mnlw72fh3rhv5hxxhy4iis45ei

Digital Regulation of Intellectual Capital for Open Innovation: Industries' Expert Assessments of Tacit Knowledge for Controlling and Networking Outcome

Nadezhda N. Pokrovskaia, Olga N. Korableva, Lucio Cappelli, Denis A. Fedorov
2021 Future Internet  
Digital society in developing countries is built on the ground of fact change of the economy and social relations, of transition towards an emerging market within the global offline network of interactions  ...  and online activities through Internet; the innovative growth imposes the evolution of managerial behavior and attitudes.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank the interviewed managers and administrators. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi13020044 fatcat:ihpc3mwtqrgibjj4spxuhnrci4

Reconfiguring Government - Public Engagements: Enhancing the Communicative Power of Citizens

William H. Dutton, Malcolm Peltu
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Social networking New forms of instantaneous social networking offer potentially one of the most distinctive and valuable Web innovations to support new forms of democratic engagement.  ...  belief on popular online social networks.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1295337 fatcat:cbtnmfj6j5fhfl4fthdv3jfjhu

INNOVATION DIFFUSION IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Oksana IVANTSOVA
2020 Humanities science current issues  
Project management for innovations has come to be viewed nowadays as a crucial tool in increasing productivity of organizations and one of the most popular and useful tools for institutions to improve  ...  Education sector specialists need to work with their existing skill sets for crisis-responsive programming but also need to develop new skills since we are all working under new conditions -specifically  ...  The Horizon Report (NMC, 2007) indicates that six areas will have significant impact on college and university campuses within the next five years: a) user-created content; b) social networking; c) mobile  ... 
doi:10.24919/2308-4863.3/31.214119 fatcat:yywbg57y2rbipgbvfdb3kemxfu

Resilient Leadership: Theory and Innovation in Chinese Higher Education

2021 Journal of Education and Practice  
The paper also delved into resilient leadership and various online educations in Chinese higher education.  ...  The research gaps in the connection between resilient leadership and innovation necessitate this paper, especially as the world is moving away from the global pandemic of COVID-19.  ...  Schools, teachers, educational organizations, social institutions, and other professionals are at hand through social media to implement the various open education services such as counseling, online frequently  ... 
doi:10.7176/jep/12-10-14 fatcat:dj7cvtnrgvc3bjw7o2l5tdqgdy

Digital Youth, Innovation, and the Unexpected

Michael A. Xenos
2009 Information, Communication & Society  
In 2005, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation began a new grant-making initiative in the area of digital media and learning.  ...  Digital media have escaped the boundaries of professional and formal practice, and the academic, governmental, and industry homes that initially fostered their development.  ...  The presence of social communication, professional media, and amateur niche media in shared online spaces introduces a kind of leveling effect, where small media players gain new visibility and the position  ... 
doi:10.1080/13691180802552932 fatcat:bat5m7vltndujeaay56rtdrprm

The Creative Destruction of Copyright - Innovation in the Record Industry and Digital Copying

Christian Handke
2010 Social Science Research Network  
In extreme cases, a new product is created for which a new market emerges. Process innovations are all measures that increase the efficiency with which a given product is produced.  ...  According to the seminal European Directive on Copyright in the Information Society (DIR 2001/29/EC), the official aim of copyright is to promote "innovation and creativity" in the regulated sector. 8  ...  Screen 1 -Reception The first screen contained basic information and instructions related to the survey, as well as a link to a site giving information on confidentiality and contact details for queries  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1630343 fatcat:tayzhlxtpfhbxowys5u2qdvam4

Government-incentivized crowdfunding for one-belt, one-road enterprises: design and research issues

Chang Heon Lee, J. Leon Zhao, Ghazwan Hassna
2016 Financial Innovation  
Methods: In this paper, we explores what roles crowdfunding can play as a financial intermediary to support government-incentivized multinational projects in the context of the One-Belt, One-Road initiative  ...  While crowdfunding has been applied to improve government financing methods in recent years, little is known about how this new model can be extended and applied in international collaboration among governmentincentivized  ...  Social media and social network Extant literature on entrepreneurship shows that venture capital professionals use trustworthy agencies or information from traditional media when seeking for new ventures  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40854-016-0022-0 fatcat:feqj2d5mszhkxhwblu4mddotti

Exploring a Digitised, Networked Milieu: The Cardiff Independent Music Sector in the Age of Immaterial Product [chapter]

Silvia Mazzucotelli Salice
2016 The Urban Gaze  
new means through which value is being created in online and offline spaces.  ...  online and offline networks.  ...  Appendix G: Network Visualisation of the Cardiff Milieu The network illustration overleaf depicts the Cardiff milieu as interpreted by the researcher, with the help of professionals (promoters and musicians  ... 
doi:10.1163/9781848884533_011 fatcat:zrrblxctinfhlcviqrm2ndvsl4

Fixed and mobile innovation through user representation: Two case studies

Robert Morsillo, Bert Ciavarra, Craig Newton, Joe Raimondo
2010 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
The authors acknowledge support and assistance from a wide network of people, in the community and in the companies, who contributed to the success of these products.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author wishes to thank John de Ridder for his useful comments on the draft of the paper.  ...  It relies on digital media technology (online social media tools) to reach its networks.  ... 
doi:10.2104/tja10010 fatcat:kienooa7e5de7ff5cvmxapfad4

"Distinguished" women entrepreneurs in the digital economy and the multitasking whirlpool

Irene Kamberidou
2020 Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship  
Is it not time to shed some light on inspirational role models, especially those who are excelling in the startup world, the Blue Economy and the Silver Economy?  ...  What type of knowledge and skills are required in today's digital world to develop professionally and succeed as an entrepreneur?  ...  -for inspiring this work on women's entrepreneurial activities and making it possible. A special thanks, for her feedback and invaluable advice, to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13731-020-0114-y fatcat:qrsjvu7d6bgi5jeny34sepd3j4
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