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Issues and Trends in Open Innovation amongst Malaysian Fintech Start-ups

Misyer Mohamed Tajudin, Normaziah Che Musa
2018 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
This research explores the concept of open innovation within the Malaysian fintech industry and explores its antecedents and the ways they influence the open innovation process.  ...  More specifically, the study centers on the relationships between market orientation and open innovation process in Malaysian fintech start-ups.  ...  It is hoped that by bridging this contextual gap, it would enhance our understanding of antecedents to open innovation in the Malaysian fintech context, as an emerging industry within a developing economy  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v8-i9/4874 fatcat:vtrbjgri3nge3mvk3zd2zjyzgy

The Influence of Local Economic Conditions on Start-Ups and Local Open Innovation System

Izabela Jonek-Kowalska, Radosław Wolniak
2021 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
The research also shows a slightly less significant influence of business incubators and technology parks on the creation of start-ups, which implies the need to improve the performance of these entities  ...  The results confirm the dominant influence of human and financial capital on the establishment of start-ups.  ...  Although it has a positive impact on the number of start-ups in each city, its influence in terms of model parameter value is lower than the influence of resource determinants.  ... 
doi:10.3390/joitmc7020110 fatcat:asg6atm5lzallm26hn3mjskozq

Open Innovation Success or Failure - The Impact of Contextual Factors

Ulrika H. Westergren
2010 2010 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
It is based on a case study performed at PowerDrive, a manufacturer of hydraulic drive systems, and three of its customers, and follows their attempt to co-create new value-adding services through the  ...  To this end the paper adds to the discussion on open innovation in non high-tech settings and highlights the importance of contextual factors as determinants of success or failure within the open innovation  ...  To this end the paper adds to the discussion on open innovation in non high-tech settings and highlights the importance of contextual factors as determinants of success or failure within the open innovation  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2010.467 dblp:conf/hicss/Westergren10 fatcat:57vc4ovp7bejro6be3ani3t5xq

Innovating Managed Services Business Models

Ramamurthy Venkatesh, Tarun Kumar Singhal
2017 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
Digital enablement with the use of IT and/or cloud infrastructure shall act as accelerators for effective business model innovation in service context.  ...  Also, it is intended to add clarity to current business model innovation approaches in providing managed services, especially business process services in a service value chain.  ...  , scale up the trans-functional impacts of digital enablement and adapt to the business dynamics of digital market place.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2017/v10i29/117205 fatcat:mdvpwnwstnhp7j2beucxpqnyf4

GAMES OF INNOVATION: A NEW THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE

ROGER MILLER, SERGHEI FLORICEL
2007 International Journal of Innovation Management  
All game rules are coherent, with one dominant value-creation logic, and refer to all the aspects of managing innovation, from competitive strategies and policies for investment in innovation capabilities  ...  The dominant logic that guides them stems from prevailing conditions for innovation, which open certain avenues by which participants produce and capture value, but which close others.  ...  Such focus on "theory", rather than concrete structures, opens up a more dynamic view of the social processes of innovation and growth.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s1363919607001606 fatcat:dou23noqo5fbbn3gjeql7kig7e

Knowledge processing and ecosystem co-creation for process innovation: Managing joint knowledge processing in process innovation projects

David Sjödin
2018 The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal  
Process innovation drives industrial competitiveness and sustainability but remains elusive since it requires co-creation and the sharing of idiosyncratic design knowledge in ecosystems of providers and  ...  requirements (uncertainty, equivocality) during the value co-creation process.  ...  This approach is particularly appropriate given the limited knowledge on value co-creation processes that deal with process innovation in the manufacturing and process industry ecosystems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11365-018-0550-3 fatcat:xjszt4i4mfdrnikv455gppv2vm

Factors behind sustainable business innovation: The case of a global carpet manufacturing company

Adam Luqmani, Matthew Leach, David Jesson
2017 Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions  
It expounds the contexts in which these innovations arose, focusing in particular on Net-Works, a radical, socially-minded fishing-net recycling programme.  ...  The paper presents an account of sustainability-oriented innovation at Interface, a global manufacturing company with radical sustainability goals.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the financial support of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC Grant number EP/G037612/1) and the partnering sponsor organizations (including  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eist.2016.10.007 fatcat:in7cbutlcrg5hk3vrahld6g2oa

Scaling Innovation Hubs: Impact on Knowledge, Innovation and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Tanzania

Kelefa Mwantimwa, Nora Ndege, Joanes Atela, Andrew Hall
2021 Journal of Innovation Management  
This study has explored the impact of innovation hubs on knowledge, innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystems.  ...  The study reveals a noticeable contribution of the X-Innovation Hub in empowering youths in aspects of knowledge co-creation and transfer, and promotion of diverse innovations.  ...  Besides, Hooli et al. (2016) found that interactions of various actors in hubs foster open innovation process through co-creation of products and services.  ... 
doi:10.24840/2183-0606_009.002_0005 fatcat:m26cya6aqbfx7jow7vq42prbai

Research on organizational innovation [chapter]

2020 Organizational Innovation  
of innovation based on its originality, difference, and/or impact.  ...  This general definition of innovation can apply to all types of organization -start-ups, small Innovation is: production or adoption, assimilation, and exploitation of a value-added novelty in economic  ... 
doi:10.4337/9781788117449.00006 fatcat:5qp3rq7dw5dpbed35tkqi2ag5u

Open innovation and collaboration in the financial services sector: exploring the role of trust

Dimitrios Salampasis, Anne Laure Mention, Marko Torkkeli
2014 International Journal of Business Innovation and Research  
There is a vast discussion about open innovation, the need of collaboration and knowledge sharing, co-creation and user-centred innovation among scholars, as well as practitioners, in several spheres of  ...  In the European Union (EU-27) financial services account for 5.9% of the Gross Value Added in 2010 (Eurostat, 2011).  ...  part in the value capture and the value co-creation.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbir.2014.064609 fatcat:fsxmkgxilrf7lavaixqewrtsoy

Innovation Enablers for Innovation Teams - A Review

Mikael Johnsson
2017 Journal of Innovation Management  
This review consolidates research on innovation enablers for innovation teams, defined within this research as factors that enable a cross-functional team within an organization to conduct innovation work  ...  context, the team itself, and the individuals within the innovation team.  ...  Intangible assets are the lifeblood of knowledgeintensive industries where the new value added is disproportionately based on specialized, non-repetitious activities recognized as central to sustaining  ... 
doi:10.24840/2183-0606_005.003_0006 fatcat:zpp77kpatrcqvbyy6p6a6crphi

Toylabs D2.2 - Toylabs Open Innovation And Co-Creation Integrated Methodology - Final Version

ToyLabs Conosrtium
2018 Zenodo  
This will be achieved through the collaboration of different stakeholders, building on the notion of co-creation and open innovation that aims at accelerating their innovation cycles resulting to more  ...  In this context, the landscape analysis implemented in D2.1 is updated in section 2 of this deliverable on the research fields of "Co-creation and Open Innovation", "Market Trend Analysis", "Augmented  ...  The joint domains of co-creation and open innovation operate as the foundation on which the methodology is based on, while the enabler is the Partner Matching domain, which supports and sets up Open Innovation  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1319406 fatcat:xujhkcppnfcyribnl5rkb2v26u

How AI capabilities enable business model innovation: Scaling AI through co-evolutionary processes and feedback loops

David Sjödin, Vinit Parida, Maximilian Palmié, Joakim Wincent
2021 Journal of Business Research  
To scale these capabilities, firms need to innovate their business models by focusing on agile customer co-creation, data-driven delivery operations, and scalable ecosystem integration.  ...  A B S T R A C T Artificial intelligence (AI) is predicted to radically transform the ways manufacturing firms create, deliver, and capture value.  ...  The authors declare that they have no known competing financial interests or personal relationships that could have appeared to influence the work reported in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2021.05.009 fatcat:j5dsvglm4valtcenndaehgax6q

European Open Innovation market research: Gaps, opportunities and innovators' expectations

Eirini Evdoxia Lithoxoidou, Nikolaos Tsoniotis, Konstantinos Giagtzoglou, Christina Balla, Despina Anastasopoulos, Stefano Sbarbati, Konstantinos Votis, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Konstantinos Bougiouklis, Margarita Angelidou
2020 Zenodo  
Scientific paper titled "European Open Innovation market research: Gaps, opportunities and innovators' expectations" that was presented during the The ISPIM Innovation Conference – Innovating in Times  ...  This paper emerged from the work performed in the framework of the EU funded project INVITE (GA 763651).  ...  The paper reflects only the authors' view. We would like to thank all the project partners and our colleagues, who provided valuable input for the development of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4063668 fatcat:6f4qkybhpjgijovb6n2o4yidou

How do value co-creation activities relate to the perception of firms' innovativeness?

Stoyan Tanev, Tony Bailetti, Steve Allen, Hristo Milyakov, Pavel Durchev, Petko Ruskov
2011 Journal of Innovation Economics & Management  
However, its focus on innovation toolkits (von Hippel, 2001) and innovation communities brings it close to the value co-creation paradigm with its focus on customer participation platforms, personalization  ...  Existing literature clearly emphasizes that customer participation in value co-creation activities should impact their innovation outcomes, such as innovation cost, time-to-market, new product/service  ... 
doi:10.3917/jie.007.0131 fatcat:do3aahbxgndrlinczlc7vm3n4m
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