Journal of Innovation & Knowledge
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#1Harri Ruoslahti (Laurea University of Applied Sciences)H-Index: 1
Abstract The European Union (EU) promotes collaboration across functions and borders in its funded innovation projects, which are seen as complex collaboration to co-create knowledge. This requires the engagement of multiple stakeholders throughout the duration of the project. To probe complexity in EU-funded innovation projects the research question is: How does complexity affect the co-creation of knowledge in innovation projects, according to project participants? The data for this study was ...
#1Fernando Henrique Taques (Mackenzie Presbyterian University)
#2Manuel González López (University of Santiago de Compostela)H-Index: 3
Last.Nelson Areal (University of Minho)H-Index: 14
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Abstract Innovation can be a source of competitive advantage for companies, either through the improvement of methods and techniques capable of generating new products or services, or perfecting existing ones. Along these lines, it is particularly important to measure innovation and discuss the results associated therewith. The aim of this research is to address each of the main indicators of organizational innovation, separately discussing the advantages and disadvantages inherent to their depl...
#1Flavio Tiago (University of the Azores)H-Index: 1
#2Artur Gil (University of the Azores)H-Index: 11
Last.Teresa Borges-Tiago (University of the Azores)H-Index: 1
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Abstract The relevance of sustainable tourism is unquestionable. Tourism and hospitality firms worldwide are moving toward more sustainable product offerings. However, not all firms communicate their achievements and commitments in this area. This study assesses the sustainable digital communication of small and medium accommodation firms and relates that information to the sophistication of their online presence. For this purpose, data were retrieved from the websites of 759 accommodation firms...
#1Júlia Tobak (University of Debrecen)H-Index: 1
#2Andras Nabradi (University of Debrecen)H-Index: 5
Abstract Understanding the operation of family businesses is important worldwide. It is worth examining and evaluating this kind of business in terms of the family, the business and the ownership dimensions. There are no research findings known to provide an international and aggregated cross-sector analysis of family businesses. The purpose of this theoretical approach is to present a new method. With this method it would be possible to carry out a cross-sector and international comparative sta...
#1Monika Mačiulienė (VGTU: Vilnius Gediminas Technical University)
#2Aelita Skaržauskienė (VGTU: Vilnius Gediminas Technical University)
Abstract A wide range of public and private organizations, businesses and individuals throughout the world are experimenting with web-based, GIS, virtual and mobile technologies, often in collaboration with each other in order to develop civic technologies. Online communities form the basis for civic platforms, which are incubators for new ideas through peer-to-peer networks, stakeholder mobilization and collaborative and partnership engagement. Digital data analytics offers unprecedented opport...
Abstract This paper establishes a criteria-based evaluation model to better understand frugal innovations and the reasons they are either successful or unsuccessful in developed markets. The three criteria for frugal innovation introduced by Weyrauch (2018) form the basis for the evaluation model. In order to analyze products and services while also including user-related factors, certain dimensions and tools were combined with the criteria set defined by Weyrauch, which resulted in the presente...
Abstract Despite the profusion of innovation reviews, there is lack of reviews of innovation capability in small business context. There is a need to define the construct from a practical point of view by utilizing existing innovation research. Thus, this study aims to enhance the understanding about the characteristics of innovation capability in small business context by reviewing the empirical literature. This paper presents the results of a systematic review on the innovation capability in s...
Abstract A growing mass of study has underscored that slack resources are fundamental for innovation. However, empirical research has generated inconclusive findings that have invigorated an ongoing scholarly discussion about which sorts of slack resources are most beneficial to innovation. To resolve this debate, an increasing number of scholars contend that the use of slack resources to explain the slack-performance relationship could be contingent on both the firms’ strategic positions and th...
#2Mario Schaarschmidt (University of Koblenz and Landau)H-Index: 9
Last.Harald von Korflesch (University of Koblenz and Landau)H-Index: 2
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Abstract Internal innovation contests are the most frequently realized practical approach to capturing organization-wide creativity. Here, important business challenges are digitally broadcasted to a large group of potential volunteers within the firm regardless of their position. Innovation theory highlights that positive perceptions of individuals’ work environment positively influence their innovating behaviors, while negative perceptions suppress them. We surveyed employees of a specific sub...
#1Samira Khodi Aghmiuni (USTC: University of Science and Technology of China)
#2Saeed Siyal (Huada: Beijing University of Chemical Technology)
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Abstract Nearly three decades have passed since the new knowledge and technologies like genetics and biotechnology have emerged. By passing through various periods in which labor force, resources and capital, each one at a certain time, have been comparative and competitive advantages for a more powerful economy, biotechnology is one of the advanced technologies that countries are investing in, in order to achieve sustainable development in the current century. The capabilities of this knowledge...
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