Managing And Shaping Innovation

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Managing and Shaping Innovation enables students to understand the theories of innovation and to appreciate technological change and the management of innovation in organisations. The presentation and discussion of the theory and research in the book equips the reader with a solid academic underpinning and the illustration and cases in each chapter apply the theory in a re Managing and Shaping Innovation enables students to understand the theories of innovation and to appreciate technological change and the management of innovation in organisations. The presentation and discussion of the theory and research in the book equips the reader with a solid academic underpinning and the illustration and cases in each chapter apply the theory in a real world context. The broad coverage includes the typical topics found on innovation management modules and also gives explicit attention to developing areas such as social networking. The network perspective included in the text is just one example of the analytical approach the authors take. About The Author: Steve Conway Senior Lecturer in Innovation and Director of Distance Learning, Management Centre, University of Leicester Fred Steward Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Business School, Brunel University Table Of Contents: PART ONE: Building the Foundations 1: Introduction: Key Themes, Concepts and Definitions in the Study of Innovation 2: Tensions, Paradox and Contradictions in Managing Innovation 3: Innovation from a Network Perspective PART TWO: Strategy and the Mapping of Innovation and Technological Progress 4: The Patterns of Innovation within the Life Cycle of a Technology 5: Technological Regimes, Trajectories, Transitions, Discontinuity, and Long Waves 6: Innovation Strategies PART THREE: The Management of Innovation Within Organizations 7: Organizing for Innovation: Organization Structure and Culture 8: Managing the Innovation Process 9: Social Networks and Informality in the Innovation Process PART FOUR: The Impact of Context on the Management and Shaping of Innovation 10: The Sources of Innovation: The Role of Users, Suppliers, and Competitors, in the Innovation Process 11: The Transformative Capacity of Innovation and Innovation Systems Special Features: Includes a network perspective on innovation which provides a distinctive lens and approach for studying and


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Managing and Shaping Innovation enables students to understand the theories of innovation and to appreciate technological change and the management of innovation in organisations. The presentation and discussion of the theory and research in the book equips the reader with a solid academic underpinning and the illustration and cases in each chapter apply the theory in a re Managing and Shaping Innovation enables students to understand the theories of innovation and to appreciate technological change and the management of innovation in organisations. The presentation and discussion of the theory and research in the book equips the reader with a solid academic underpinning and the illustration and cases in each chapter apply the theory in a real world context. The broad coverage includes the typical topics found on innovation management modules and also gives explicit attention to developing areas such as social networking. The network perspective included in the text is just one example of the analytical approach the authors take. About The Author: Steve Conway Senior Lecturer in Innovation and Director of Distance Learning, Management Centre, University of Leicester Fred Steward Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Business School, Brunel University Table Of Contents: PART ONE: Building the Foundations 1: Introduction: Key Themes, Concepts and Definitions in the Study of Innovation 2: Tensions, Paradox and Contradictions in Managing Innovation 3: Innovation from a Network Perspective PART TWO: Strategy and the Mapping of Innovation and Technological Progress 4: The Patterns of Innovation within the Life Cycle of a Technology 5: Technological Regimes, Trajectories, Transitions, Discontinuity, and Long Waves 6: Innovation Strategies PART THREE: The Management of Innovation Within Organizations 7: Organizing for Innovation: Organization Structure and Culture 8: Managing the Innovation Process 9: Social Networks and Informality in the Innovation Process PART FOUR: The Impact of Context on the Management and Shaping of Innovation 10: The Sources of Innovation: The Role of Users, Suppliers, and Competitors, in the Innovation Process 11: The Transformative Capacity of Innovation and Innovation Systems Special Features: Includes a network perspective on innovation which provides a distinctive lens and approach for studying and
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Title Managing And Shaping Innovation Height 24
CONWAY Width 18.4
ISBN-13 9780199582471 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0199582475 Spine Width
Publisher Andromeda Oxford Ltd Pages 504
Edition 2010 Availability In Stock

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