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Quebec Seeks Solutions: An Economic Development Agency's Role in Local Open Innovation  [PDF]
Alexandra Berger Masson
Technology Innovation Management Review , 2013,
Abstract: This article offers an economic-development perspective on a new method for local companies to find innovative solutions to their most challenging business problems: local open innovation. Quebec International, the economic development agency for the Quebec City area, contributed to the development of the Seeking Solutions approach to local open innovation, which included the hosting of problem-solving conferences with local research centres, economic development actors, and companies. Looking back on our experiences and outcomes since 2010, this article shows how the development and introduction of this new approach to local open innovation has changed the rules of the game in the region.
Innovation Models and Business Process Redesign  [cached]
Nariman Abdi,Behrouz Zarei,Jamshid Vaisy,Badieahe Parvin
International Business and Management , 2011, DOI: 10.3968/2165
Abstract: Business Process Reengineering (BPR) is a paradigm that is used by many organizations to survive in the competitive era. However, creative design of the business processes is a critical phase and the organization should prepare the ground for innovation in this phase. Innovation helps organizations to use the BPR concept efficiently. This paper reviews the BPR methodologies and innovation concepts and models and presents a business process redesign framework based on the innovation models using Dubin’s methodology. This brings innovation concepts to the world of business process reengineering. In the proposed framework, external and internal factors enforce the organization to accomplish a BPR project. Preparing an organization for innovation makes a new environment that drives employees to innovate and look forward to new processes. This is crucial for BPR projects where employees should make significant changes in jobs, workflows and IT, and increases the chance of BPR projects success. Key words: Innovation; Business process redesign framework; Dubin’s methodology
Business Ethics of Innovation
Gerd Hanekamp
Poiesis & Praxis , 2005, DOI: 10.1007/s10202-005-0001-4
Abstract: Business ethics of innovation strives to give orientation in settings where new products, new markets, new environments are predominant. The provision of new products and solutions is inseparably intertwined with the consequences of their use. These can be manifold and in some cases an (unwanted) consequence might even preclude them from being used. A case in point is illustrated by an example from the pharmaceutical industry.
BUSINESS INCUBATORS AND SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION  [PDF]
Schebesch Klaus Bruno
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2011,
Abstract: Innovative businesses are often the result of collective action of organisations involved in many-sided market structures, which can be found in and around business incubators or technology centres. Within such frame environments, many group interests beyond those of single producers and their immediate clients exist and interfere. Rather generically, important economic outcomes of innovations are sequences of cost reduction events at the level of economic sectors, where the nature of (sector-wise) technology is influencing the pace of these events. At the conceptual level, we describe the social learning and social innovation process which leads to sustainable innovation by means of the influence exerted by firms on each other within constrained environments such as business incubators. These environments need not to be organized according to any sector logic. We propose that the influence exerted between firms is increasing in firm similarity, in the degree of product complementarity, and also to depend on (mutual) trust relations. We note that, very much in symmetry with the role of sustainability in society as a whole, in the world of firms and markets, the incubation process may be viewed as a moderator, which attempts to overcome the disadvantages of highly paced, short-term oriented capitalist economies. In sections 2 and 3 a concept for representing the societal forces shaping sustainability and incubation for the innovating firm is described and ways of transforming the concept into concrete tools of assessment and valuation are pointed at.
THE ENTREPRENEURIAL INNOVATION IN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION LEADING TO MARKET FOCUSSED AND COMMERCIALIZED BUSINESS.  [PDF]
DIGAMBAR L. JAMGE
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: The management education must have the vision of creating the Entrepreneurs and the best Managers. In this ever growing B-school's educational competitions, it is assumed that career development of students could be possible by the way of developing new business innovations and challenging ventures. Our purpose here is to describe efforts at developing a curriculum for entrepreneurship and to consider the role of academia in business commercialization. Central to our efforts is the development of an innovative entrepreneurial course in the MBA program at University level. The interdisciplinary course blends three perspectives needed for the ef ectivecommercialization of innovation: entrepreneurial thought, action, and leadership; design thinking; and team building
Innovation Strategy for Business to Business Market Penetration  [cached]
Leonel Cezar Rodrigues,Emerson Antonio Maccari,Fernando Cesar Lenzi
International Business Research , 2012, DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v5n2p137
Abstract: Strategies must align innovation capabilities to foster business model, since it mediates between the technology and the economic platforms domain. Here we consider the elements influential to technology innovation process in the context of a business to business technology-driven enterprise, considered within the perspective of technology maturity and organizational life cycle. The study subject was the Operacional Têxtil Ltda, a Brazilian textile systems automation enterprise, serving Latin-American textile industrial market. Main conclusions indicate the enterprise could be (a) an innovative business process generator and make this the leading strategy to compete; (b) an innovative product launcher and make this the leading strategy to compete; and/or (c) a technology-driven innovator using this strategy to improve market penetration.
Research on Business Model Innovation of Logistics Enterprises  [PDF]
Yanhong Liu
Modern Economy (ME) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/me.2016.714150
Abstract: At present, the business model innovation has become the mainstream of enterprise innovation; logistics enterprises must carry out the business model innovation in the face of environment change. Firstly, this paper analyzes the evolution and connotation of business model and lays theoretical foundation. Secondly, it analyzes the influence of environmental change on the logistics enterprises business model. Finally, it puts forward 5 kinds of logistics enterprise business model innovation: cross-border business model, mutually beneficial business model, open business model, supply chain integration services business model and multiple platform business model. These provide a reference for the logistics enterprises to carry out the business model innovation.
联盟企业合作创新模式探析
Studying on models of Union business cooperation innovation
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刘军峰
Modern Management (MM) , 2011, DOI: 10.12677/mm.2011.11003
Abstract: 以寻求创新模式和增强创新能力为目的,分析了联盟企业合作创新的原因与动机,提出创新模式的选择和影响联盟创新过程中技术能力的培育和养成的关键因素,以增强联盟企业合作创新能力的四项措施作为本文的主要观点。
For seeking the innovation model and strengthening the innovation ability, the author analyses the reasons and motivations of Union business cooperation innovation, puts forward the choice of innovative model and the key factors impacting developing and coming into being technological capacities in Union business innovating, and takes the four main measures to enhance the ability of cooperation innovation between Union businesses as the main conclusions of this article.
ННОВАЦ ЙН СТЬ УКРА НСЬКОГО Б ЗНЕСУ У М ЖНАРОДНИХ РЕЙТИГОВИХ ОЦ НКАХ UKRAINIAN BUSINESS INNOVATION IN INTERNATIONAL ASSESSMENTS REYTYHOVYH ИННОВАЦИОННОСТЬ УКРАИНСКОГО БИЗНЕСА В МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫХ РЕЙТИГОВИХ ОЦЕНКАХ  [cached]
О.С. Т?ТОВА
Strategy of Ukraine : Economics, Sociology, Law , 2011,
Abstract: Проведено анал з нновац йност укра нського б знесу через призму показник в м жнародних рейтинг в та експертних оц нок. Виявлено проблеми реал зац нновац йних стратег й розвитку. дентиф ковано складов процесу управл ння знаннями в корпорац ях нновац йного типу. An analysis of Ukrainian business innovation has been made through the prism of international rating data and experts’ evaluation. Innovation development strategies implementation problems have been revealed. Knowledge management process components in corporations of innovation type have been identified. Проведен анализ инновационности украинского бизнеса через призму международных рейтингов и экспертных оценок. Выявлены проблемы реализации инновационных стратегий развития. Идентифицированы составляющие процесса управления знаниями в корпорац ях инновационного типа.
The Physical Internet and Business Model Innovation
Benoit Montreuil,Jean-Fran?ois Rougès,Yan Cimon,Diane Poulin
Technology Innovation Management Review , 2012,
Abstract: Building on the analogy of data packets within the Digital Internet, the Physical Internet is a concept that dramatically transforms how physical objects are designed, manufactured, and distributed. This approach is open, efficient, and sustainable beyond traditional proprietary logistical solutions, which are often plagued by inefficiencies. The Physical Internet redefines supply chain configurations, business models, and value-creation patterns. Firms are bound to be less dependent on operational scale and scope trade-offs because they will be in a position to offer novel hybrid products and services that would otherwise destroy value. Finally, logistical chains become flexible and reconfigurable in real time, thus becoming better in tune with firm strategic choices. This article focuses on the potential impact of the Physical Internet on business model innovation, both from the perspectives of Physical-Internet enabled and enabling business models.
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