Open Innovation in Micro, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Leitão, João (editor)
Dana, Léo-Paul (editor)
This book unveils the importance of micro, small, medium, and large firms for fostering open innovation, using methodological designs based on both qualitative and quantitative approaches. Several dimensions of the inbound and outbound open innovation strategies and practices are explored, in the scope of University–University, University–Industry, and University–Society relations.
Keywordsinnovation; creative design; creativity education; knowledge acquisition; teamwork; business cycle surveys; economic cycle; SMEs; open innovation; absorptive capacity; collaboration; joint research unit; exploitation; technological innovation; proactive innovation; reactive innovation; firm performance; manufacturing industry; contract length; firm innovation; agency cost theory; manufacturing firms; regional clusters; open innovation intermediary; innovation ecosystem; 4th industrial revolution; innovation policy; biotechnology; agri-food sector; R& D collaboration; bioeconomy; eco-innovation; inbound; outbound; customer relationship management (CRM); relational capital (RC); Yemeni SMEs; performance; market knowledge; multi-actor engagement; dynamic marketing engagement; business performance; use of e-commerce; manufacturing SMEs; organizational; environmental; industry 4.0; DWT-digital work transformation; servitization; networked innovation; SME innovation; push-pull strategies; family business; food industry; systematic literature review; structured survey; perspectives and trends
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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