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Using avatars to tailor ideation process to innovation strategy

Stéphanie Buisine, Jérôme Guegan, Jessy Barré, Frédéric Segonds, Améziane Aoussat
2016 Cognition, Technology & Work  
is an open access repository that collects the work of Arts et Métiers ParisTech researchers and makes it freely available over the web where possible.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was partly funded by project CREATIVENESS (CREative AcTIvities in Virtual Environment SpaceS), ANR-12-SOIN-0005.  ...  two implementations of the Proteus effect, and research on innovation process, by testing a new tool to develop opposite innovation strategies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10111-016-0378-y fatcat:fvrxbx3a5fb5rh5wnbpdhngaga

Serious games as social innovation tools

Marion Litaiff Azize Gomes, Célia Maria da Silva Carvalho, Augusto César Barreto Rocha
2021 Product Management & Development  
A two-phase research was carried out, the first being a literature review of qualitative nature of publications that characterized the subjects around serious games and social innovation, and the second  ...  The results also suggest that the concepts and objectives of serious games and social innovation have many correlations, such as both being considered creative strategies to present solutions to minimize  ...  The purpose and method of transferring the information you wish to pass on are determined by the person or organization applying the game.  ... 
doi:10.4322/pmd.2021.008 fatcat:w6tjaq7unzck5bfoaf5alhhsdu

Experiential positioning: strategic differentiation of customer-brand relationships

Dan Padgett, Michael S. Mulvey
2009 Innovative Marketing  
While researchers and practitioners alike acknowledge the importance of strategic positioning to the firm's success, current business trends and a lack of positioning research make executing an effective  ...  We use archetype analysis and relationship theory to identify the basic forms of relationship experience available within the category of online trading, demonstrating the viability of our approach for  ...  , and possible reactions (sensory, affective, cognitive, and behavioral) to the episode (J.  ... 
doaj:37bf8a3a4f7f48c19e511950a9bfa6c4 fatcat:m44savkezrdgzmkhxwi2jqk27a


Roman Grynkevych, Vasyl' Stus Donetsk National University, Ukraine
2021 European Journal of Economics and Management  
According to the results of the analysis of scientific and practical sources it is generalized that the theoretical concepts synchronized with the practice of functioning of innovation-active organization  ...  and to secure a foothold in certain high-tech niches -but they will depend on the possibility of applying high socio-humanitarian management technologies especially at the level of innovation-active organizations  ...  Literature review and analysis on the research topic.  ... 
doi:10.46340/eujem.2021.7.4.6 fatcat:2ib3gsg7p5dhfjmbiz55c6qw4m

The human dimension of open innovation

Manlio Del Giudice, Elias G. Carayannis, Daniel Palacios-Marqués, Pedro Soto-Acosta, Dirk Meissner
2018 Management Decision  
by the human resource (HR) dimension and the meaning and impact of organizations' innovation milieus.  ...  of knowledge and technology from outside the organization.  ...  Results show that the majority of organizations balance open innovation and control, trending to the first one.  ... 
doi:10.1108/md-06-2018-950 fatcat:qe6exhze75bwrch5ykuot6ziku

Nexus security: governance, innovation and the resilient city

Michael Bruce Beck, Rodrigo Villarroel Walker
2013 Frontiers of Environmental Science and Engineering  
Nexus security is a compound mix of ideas: reconciling human needs and wants with access to multiple resources; diversity of access to those resources and services; resilience in the face of weather-and  ...  innovations in serving the same purpose.  ...  Throughout, CFG has been funded by the Wheatley-Georgia Research Alliance Endowed Chair in Water Quality and Environmental Systems at the University of Georgia, in particular, in support of a Graduate  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11783-013-0549-5 fatcat:vmja3l6umfe6jbvikckjhddmwm

Towards A Theory on the Reproduction of Social Innovations in Subsistence Marketplaces

Laurel A. Steinfield, Diane Holt
2019 The Journal of product innovation management  
The typology delineates three archetypes of reproduced social innovations: mimetic, facilitated, and complex, and notes how frugal innovations can emerge from these archetypes.  ...  By examining who controls the knowledge and resources imperative to reproduction, the authors go beyond a focus on the social benefits of innovations to consider how intellectual property and profits matter  ...  Gatekeepers are key to signaling trustworthiness of researchers to respondents, and securing the safety of researchers.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jpim.12510 fatcat:ukgsly6auvhq7gyhklonvkrh5a

Entrepreneurial Innovation [chapter]

2013 Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation and Entrepreneurship  
The general equilibrium setting allows us to explore the impact of innovation on the nature of the¯rm.  ...  The relationship between technological uncertainty and the nature of the¯rm is able to explain the commonly observed S-shaped di®usion pro¯le.  ...  Branson, the founder of Virgin Records and Virgin Airlines, is an archetypal innovative entrepreneur.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-3858-8_100321 fatcat:mugz2ylixre5tkj4qgl2x72aoi

Occupational cultures as a challenge to technological innovation

A. von Meier
1999 IEEE transactions on engineering management  
The paper argues that it is beneficial for management to consider these diverse perspectives carefully when planning technological innovation. I.  ...  , but give rise to conflicting evaluations of technological innovation.  ...  create the pattern of sense making and behavior displayed by the organization as a whole [10] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/17.740041 fatcat:2h4jqe3pgbeidgcg3n4jjpwur4


Juliano Keller Alvez, Inara Antunes Vieira Willerding, Édis Mafra Lapolli
2018 International journal for innovation education and research  
To achieve the proposed objective, the study is based on bibliographical and documentary research, and interviews.  ...  processes of innovation.  ...  and innovation.  ... 
doi:10.31686/ijier.vol6.iss8.1135 fatcat:ydwbd7fgbjabthn53yh2hc3ewy

Architectic component of institutional networks development strategy in the context of national security providing

Vitalii Omelyanenko
2019 Public management  
Therefore, it becomes necessary to develop the theoretical and methodological foundations of an integrated model for organizing the interaction of the processes of individual self-regulation, corporate  ...  The aim of the study is to analyze the archetypal component  ...  Using an archetypal approach will help to develop innovative approaches to the development of security strategies through solutions based on comprehensive research and public policy agendas.  ... 
doi:10.32689/2617-2224-2019-18-3-321-335 fatcat:dhobpzzygfcb5ctwnjwm4wx2ke

Public financing of innovation: new questions

Mariana Mazzucato, Gregor Semieniuk
2017 Oxford review of economic policy  
The article shows how in the case of innovation, successful policies that have led to radical innovations have been more about market shaping and creating through direct and pervasive public financing,  ...  that have created new technological and industrial landscapes; and (iii) the entrepreneurial and lead investor role of public actors, willing and able to take on extreme risks, independent of the business  ...  The archetypical historical mission is NASA's putting man on the moon.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oxrep/grw036 fatcat:sywjwdag2fej5n2oyxezgtujni

Knowledge, innovation and economy: An evolutionary exploration

Witold Kwasnicki
1997 Long range planning  
Acknowledgements I would like to express my thanks to my colleagues and co-workers of the Futures Research Center (where I started to work on this book) and of the Institute of Engineering Cybernetics  ...  of the Technical University of Wroclaw (where I finished it) for creating a friendly and very stimulating atmosphere.  ...  the security of every individual within the society and the security of the society in relation to other organized societies.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0024-6301(97)86611-3 fatcat:bgovt7cfdjd63oighuq4jk57fa

Creativity and Environment [chapter]

2013 Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation and Entrepreneurship  
The progress principle: using small wins to ignite joy, engagement, and creativity at work.  ...  Acknowledgments The author would like to thank David Campbell, Jason Hughes, John Roberts, Hendrik Wagenaar, and the participants of the European Science Foundation (ESF) meeting on personalized medicine  ...  , and consultants) or other organizations (such as universities or public research organism) to develop or commercialize a new innovation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-3858-8_100187 fatcat:2nftbiwzanbf3isotlitbm356y

Scaffolding: Using Formal Contracts to Build Informal Relations to Support Innovation

Iva Bozovic, Gillian K. Hadfield
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Contracting partners in these relationships do not resort to formal court enforcement, relying instead on informal mechanisms such as reputation, repeat business, and norms to secure their agreements.  ...  To understand this twist on Macaulay's results, we develop a model that shows the relationship between formal contracting and informal enforcement mechanisms.  ...  In light of the changes in the organization of work and the firm to meet an increasingly dynamic, innovative, and networked environment, is it still the case, as Macaulay suggested, that formal contracts  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1984915 fatcat:edc6paacefgspd6ewwber6shje
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