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What does beauty have to do with business?

Suzanne Merritt, Harvey Seifter
2010 Journal of Business Strategy  
Here is how the A Factors tie in with Collect, Connect, Create in practice. First introduce the eight patterns of beauty to your team.  ...  If you have a personal passion for the arts, you may be surprised to discover how your interest in art can be harnessed to accelerate your success as a leader of innovation.  ... 
doi:10.1108/02756661011055203 fatcat:ak5myvlhz5cjdpkqb475gvd6xi

Creative Economy of the Developmental State: A Case Study of South Korea's Creative Economy Initiatives

Taeyoung Kim
2017 The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society  
The new 'Find Your Talent' scheme will give every young person in school in England more opportunities to experience arts and culture of the highest qualityproviding good life skills for all and new opportunities  ...  That challenge is as much for government as it is for business, but the action plan we put forward here is a sign of our intent.  ...  New and increasingly affordable software formats, innovations in hardware and faster broadband are challenging business practices.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10632921.2017.1377660 fatcat:dz3sadrptncqtdollb2hy4cztu

Unleashing the Creativity of Entrepreneurs with Digital Technologies [chapter]

Robert D. Hisrich, Mariusz Soltanifar
2020 Three Pillars of Organization and Leadership in Disruptive Times  
However, the digital age appears to challenge much of this existing work on the nature of creativity.  ...  The traditional techniques of stimulating creativity have been replaced and aided by technology-driven innovations, such as artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR) and the Internet of things  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge, with much appreciation, the many constructive insights of Daniel Steggerda, Thom van der Meer, Vincent Jochum, the International Business School students at the Hanze University  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-53914-6_2 fatcat:cikqwimjynfftlr2fcuo5zai7m

A systems integral approach in exploring creative innovation in culinary research: the example of seaweed in the context of the new nordic cuisine

Cheryl M. Cordeiro, Jaap van Hal
2022 International Journal of Food Studies  
order to uncover salient themes that contribute the processes of creative innovation in culinary research, and bringing new foods to market.  ...  As such, using the example of seaweed, a relatively new food in the New Nordic Cuisine, the objective of this corpus based study was to explore creative innovation from a systems integral approach, in  ...  As business owners, they provided rich insights on their processes of innovation and creation of new dishes, new practices as well as their food and life philosophies.  ... 
doi:10.7455/ijfs/11.1.2022.a10 fatcat:rlhlnkmdkrhghpddce4hutxkye

Guidelines Open Innovation In Photonics

Verst, Johannes,, Eva Kerwlen, Andreas Erhardt, Horst Sickinger
2016 Zenodo  
The promotion of innovation – that is, the successful implementation of ideas into new products, services, processes and business models – is a key objective of the European Union-funded project "Photonics4All  ...  In Europe, SMEs, microenterprises and start-ups in particular require special support in order to keep up with ever-shorter innovation cycles and overcome the so-called "valley of death".  ...  In its core, this should comprise at leas three components: your objective, a list of your business activities and an overview of your business relationships.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.375532 fatcat:7whs26x3t5efhdqdnrmin3hiya

The Artist as Innovation Muse: Findings from a Residence Program in the Fuzzy Front End

Berit Sandberg
2020 Administrative Sciences  
The findings corroborate the notion that inspiration is a suitable theoretical underpinning for individual benefits of art–science collaborations in the front end of innovation.  ...  The study contributes to research on artists in businesses by illuminating the R&D environment as a hitherto neglected field of activity.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/admsci10040088 fatcat:b7bx3pjk5zduxdjmzxbm7hpufe

How Artists Can Develop Their Artwork, Its Market and Deliver Their Creative Content for Virtual Reality Environments?

Maureen Kendal, Mehmet Mulla, Elaine Thomazi-Freitas
2019 Electronic Visualisation and the Arts London Conference  
This research investigates how artists, from traditional fine art and applied art backgrounds, can create innovative immersive and virtual art and build upon their tangible skills, through a digital pipeline  ...  Findings indicated opportunities to co-create partnerships, develop transferable design skills; and exhibitions which enable new markets and audiences. Virtual Reality. Immersive technologies.  ...  The business model for immersive Art world needs to be mapped and trialled to test economic appetite.  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/eva2019.54 dblp:conf/eva/KendalMF19 fatcat:fmkpajixcza7fjoswzghftds6e

Mobile Moving Image Culture & Smartphone Filmmaking Past, Present & Future

Max Schleser
2021 IMOVICCON Conference Proceeding  
Over the last decade, smartphone filmmaking evolved from an underground and art house into an egalitarian filmmaking practice and moving-image culture.  ...  He applies practice-led research to examine novel film forms and formats. His creative practice focuses on filmmaking and curation.  ...  These might work well to support practice-based research, but in the case of practice-led research, a creative arts project can drive innovation from within the discipline and field of research.  ... 
doi:10.37312/imoviccon.v2i1.38 fatcat:qnr744xjfncxvd7lfmkvbglnui

Cultivating fertile learning grounds: Collegiality, tacit knowledge and innovation in creative co-working spaces

Yosha Wijngaarden, Erik Hitters, Pawan V. Bhansing
2020 Geoforum  
Similar to the presumed innovative potential of (creative) clusters, such spaces are assumed to possess the power contribute to their users' innovativeness.  ...  Such networks are vital in bridging the transition from creative and arts education to the development of a professional, entrepreneurial skill set, providing a fertile ground for potential innovative  ...  Monique [Arts and Antiques] explains this exposure to new ideas in the following way: "You inspire each other.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2020.01.005 fatcat:z7bfp23g6bacxlaqaz5fzod5gm

Strategy Rule 3. Act with Speed: The Essential Component to Secure a Competitive Lead [chapter]

2007 Mastering the Rules of Competitive Strategy  
While policy making may be outside your area of input, it does heavily influence your ability to: Select the types of strategies to grow your business n Determine the parameters by which you can innovate  ...  The intent is to avoid excessive caution that can result in loss of equilibrium, initiative, and a winning spirit. Foster team solidarity that inspires innovation.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420068108-7 fatcat:fput22eernfz7jq5ivwumogakq

Creating creativity: user interfaces for supporting innovation

Ben Shneiderman
2000 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
A scenario about an architect illustrates the process of creative work within such an environment.  ...  (2) Relate: consult with peers and mentors at early, middle, and late stages; (3) Create: explore, compose, evaluate possible solutions; and (4) Donate: disseminate the results and contribute to the libraries  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I am grateful for the thoughtful comments from Charles Cave, Harry Hochheiser, Ross Malaga, Kent Norman, Catherine Plaisant, Jenny Preece, Richard Salter, Susan Schneider, and the anonymous  ... 
doi:10.1145/344949.345077 fatcat:5nfdavvw3rarpcyw7jamqzpwdy

The Role of Nurturing Technopreneurship Education and Building University Students' Entrepreneurial Mindsets and Skill Sets in Fostering Digital Innovation and Augmenting the Tech Start-Up Ecosystem in Bahrain

Sama'a Al Hashimi, Yasmina Zaki, Ameena Al Muwali, Nasser Mahdi
2021 International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research  
The research qualitatively investigates the perceptions and academic experiences of the founders of five innovative Bahraini digital applications in an attempt to explore the role of their education in  ...  the right practices to implement in Bahrain in order to emulate their educational experiences.  ...  educational institutions can offer, and the most important skills that universities must equip potential technopreneurs with, in order to create a generation of Bahraini pioneers who are creative, innovative  ... 
doi:10.26803/ijlter.20.6.8 fatcat:r6d7433vlze4rdia7wzwoh57t4

Software development in startup companies: A systematic mapping study

Nicolò Paternoster, Carmine Giardino, Michael Unterkalmsteiner, Tony Gorschek, Pekka Abrahamsson
2014 Information and Software Technology  
Conclusion: This mapping study provides the first systematic exploration of the state-of-art on software startup research. The existing body of knowledge is limited to a few high quality studies.  ...  Furthermore, the results indicate that software engineering work practices are chosen opportunistically, adapted and configured to provide value under the constrains imposed by the startup context.  ...  areas, such as business innovation and marketing, not considered in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infsof.2014.04.014 fatcat:uptiwxxanjdrfe73kzidttfyui

EURAKNOS Explorer's Guide to Thematic Networks (English)

Pieter Spanoghe
2022 Zenodo  
The Explorer's Guide to Thematic Networks: Recommendations for high-impact TNs using the Multi-Actor Approach (English version)  ...  Each year the eight winning Ambassadors get to showcase their innovations and best practices.  ...  THE EUPiG GRAND PRIX TO FIND GOOD PRACTICE The EUPiG innovation group ( runs the EU PiG Grand Prix, an EU-wide contest, with more than 300 producers competing to become one of eight  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5826158 fatcat:7htrer64avdmbattrengdtrjay

Improving the performance of early-stage software startups: Design and creativity viewpoints

Juhani Risku
The concept of design can be expanded and deepened to a new level.  ...  As over 90% of software startups fail, having a capable and reliable team is crucial to survival and success.  ...  A wide range of methods, tools, practices, curricula and research can help students to encourage themselves, inspiring themselves to create and innovate privately and as part of a team.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.15088044.v1 fatcat:nhakg7wfjbhdnmbzvpu4soblou
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