Innovation Ecosystems: A Sustainability Perspective
Abreu, António (editor)
To be competitive, companies must develop capabilities that allow them to react rapidly to market demands. The innovation methods of the past are not adapted to the turbulence of the modern world. In the last decade, increasing globalization of markets and Industry 4.0 have caused profound changes in the best way to manage the innovation process. This e-book includes a collection of thirteen papers that discuss theoretical approaches, case studies, and surveys focused on issues related to open innovation and its mechanisms.
Keywordseco-innovation; cleaner production; strategy; performance; natural resource-based view; stakeholder theory; decision making; forest management; Nash Bayesian Equilibrium (NBE); Harsanyi’s Transformation (HT); risk management; project management; sustainability; social network analysis; collaborative networks; project lifecycle; project critical success factors; open innovation; predictive model; project outcome likelihood; organizational competencies; innovation ecosystem; evolutionary economics; Panarchy; resilience; adaptation; competitiveness; innovation; new products; functional framework; SIFSNPIP; case studies; ecosystem; organic wine; Tuscany; virtual enterprise; fuzzy logic; systems engineering; entrepreneurship; technopreneurial intentions; grand challenges; innovation ecosystems; mission-oriented innovation; SDGs; sustainable innovation; systematic literature review; SLR; transformative innovation; typology; architecture engineering and construction (AEC) industry; building information modelling (BIM); cultivation; Technological Readiness Level; smart farming; viticulture; lean; business model canvas; circular economy; user integration; cars; electric vehicles; biofuels; logit models; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues