Innovation 2.0 as a Paradigm Shift: Comparative Analysis of Three Innovation Modes

Gang Song, Nan Zhang, Qingguo Meng
2009 2009 International Conference on Management and Service Science  
The convergence and emergence of modern information and communication technologies opens up new horizons for organizations in a knowledge-based society. Modern ICT transcended the traditional service delivery pattern and innovation pattern by bringing personalized, localized and context aware services close to users. The traditional boundary of organization is dissolving as well as the traditional innovation and R&D boundaries. This paper conducted a preliminary comparative case study of Living
more » ... Lab, Fab Lab and Application Innovation Park (AIP) based on extended technologyorganization-environment framework, and argues the emergence of innovation 2.0 as a paradigm shift from manufacturing paradigm to service paradigm in a knowledge-based society. We need to shift from manufacturing mentality to service mentality and be aware of the potentials of modern ICT on the transformation of the innovation patterns to be more cooperative, open, user-centric and service oriented.
doi:10.1109/icmss.2009.5303100 fatcat:ge37meaeczgq3ni3a2idxhzcj4