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Sustaining Innovation:Collaboration Models for a Complex World
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In many ways, the process of innovation is a constant social dance, where the best dancers thrive by adapting new

steps with multiple partners. The systematic and continuous generation of value in any innovation system relies on

collaboration between different groups, who must overcome multiple, often competing agendas and needs to work

together fruitfully over the long term. Featuring contributions from leading researchers, business leaders, and

policymakers representing North America, Europe, India, Africa, and Australasia, this volume investigates different

combinations of collaborative arrangements among innovation actors, many of which are changing conventional

expectations of institutional relationships. Collectively, the authors demonstrate that no particular combination

has emerged as the most dominant, or even resilient, model of innovation. Several authors expand on our

understanding of the triple helix model, with both academics and practitioners looking to the quadruple helix

(encompassing business, academic, government, and civil society) as the new standard. Other authors address aspects

of open innovation, co-creation, and user-centered design—all testaments to the rapidly shifting landscape. At the

same time, many businesses, academics, and governments, not to mention non-profit organizations, foundations, and

society at large, are active in conversations about how to pursue a more sustainable model of innovation. The

pursuit of this holy grail of innovation is both facilitated and complicated by an ever-accelerating technological

environment in which social networking and mobile tools are emerging as new dance arenas.

书名:Sustaining Innovation: Collaboration Models for a Complex World (Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge

Management)
作者:Steven P. MacGregor, Tamara Carleton
出版商:Springer,2011
页数:194
语言:English

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