Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Marketing: The Routledge Companion to Innovation Management

Editors; Chen, Jin, Brem, Alexander and Viardot, Eric
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: Routledge

Single-User Purchase Price: $250.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: Not Available
ISBN: 978-1-13-824471-9
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Business
Image Count: 112
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The handbook introduces the basic framework of innovation and innovation management. It also presents innovation management from the perspectives of strategy, organization and resource, as well as institution and culture.

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Table of Contents

  • List of figures
  • List of tables
  • List of contributors
  • Part I: Introduction to innovation and innovation management
  • 1. Innovation and innovation management - Jin Chen, Eric Viardot and Alexander Brem
  • 2. Deliberate and spontaneous: the impact of cognitive disinhibition on people management - Franc Ponti
  • 3. Connotation and types of innovation - Jin Chen and Ximing Yin
  • 4. The fundamentals of innovation management - Petra A. Nylund
  • 5. The systems approach to innovation management - Magnus Karlsson and Mats Magnusson
  • 6. Innovation and innovation management in an age of changes - Jin Chen and Liang Mei
  • Part II: The strategic perspective of innovation
  • 7. Strategic management of innovation - Emigdio Alfaro, Fei Yu, Naqeeb Ur Rehman, Eglantina Hysa and Patrice Kandolo Kabeya
  • 8. The free innovation paradigm - Eric von Hippel
  • 9. Open innovation - Yufen Chen and Wim Vanhaverbeke
  • 10. Bringing open innovation into practice: methods and approaches - Frank Piller, Sumit Mitra, and Susanna Ghosh Mitra
  • 11. R&D strategies for disruptive innovation - Chang-Chieh Hang and Yi Ruan
  • 12. Smart prototyping - Fei Yu and Bastian Enste
  • 13. Frugal innovation: developing and managing innovations in resource-constrained settings - Eugenia Rosca, Nivedita Agarwal, and Jakob Schlegel
  • 14. Innovation in the digital age - Michael Dowling, Elisabeth Noll, and Kristina Zisler
  • 15. Perspectives on policies to promote convergence in innovation - Kong-rae Lee
  • 16. Responsible innovation: origin, attribution and theoretical framework - Liang Mei and Jin Chen
  • 17. Serendipity and innovation: beyond planning and experimental-driven exploration - Martin Kamprath and Tassilo Henike
  • Part III: The organizational perspective of innovation
  • 18. Innovation management within the organisation - Regina Lenart-Gansiniec
  • 19. Interorganizational relations within innovation systems - Terje Grønning and Parisa Afshin
  • 20. The crucial human factor in innovation - Georges Haour
  • Part IV: Institutions and norms for innovation management
  • 21. Institutional design of innovation towards the ‘active innovation paradigm’ - Dirk Meissner
  • 22. Ethics in innovation management as meta-responsibility: the practice of responsible research and innovation in human brain simulation - Bernd Carsten Stahl, Jos Timmermans, Stephen Rainey and Mark Shaw
  • 23. Intellectual property and innovation management - Can Huang and Suli Zheng
  • Part V: Methodologies for innovation management
  • 24. Standards, models, and methodologies for innovation management - Emigdio Alfaro
  • 25. Technological innovation audit - Xuesong Geng
  • 26. Innovation management simulations using agent-based modelling - Petra Ahrweiler
  • 27. Technology innovation investment portfolio planning: a systems approach with application examples - Oliver Yu