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Conquering Innovation Fatigue: Overcoming the Barriers to Personal and Corporate Success
2 August 2011

Conquering Innovation Fatigue: Overcoming the Barriers to Personal and Corporate Success


Conquering Innovation Fatigue: Overcoming the Barriers to Personal and Corporate Success by Jeffrey Lindsay, Cheryl A. Perkins, Mukund Karanjikar


Publisher: Wiley | ISBN 10: 0470460075 | 2009 | PDF | 279 pages | 4,2 MB



This practical guide reveals the nine major “fatigue factors” that can block the path to innovation success, along with solutions to energize innovation. Original advances in innovation practice and new case studies are applied to guide inventors, entrepreneurs, companies, universities, and even policy makers in conquering innovation fatigue. Cost-effective solutions include guidance on intellectual assets, dealing with disruptive innovation, and driving innovation using the “Horn of Innovation” and “Circuit of Innovation” models. A surprising view of DaVinci as an engine of open innovation is presented. Throughout the book, a unique aspect is exploring the journey of innovators, including corporate employees and entrepreneurs, at the often-overlooked personal level using the metaphor of immigrants in a strange land to identify barriers and solutions.
The Global Brain: Your Roadmap for Innovating Faster and Smarter in a Networked World
30 September 2011

The Global Brain: Your Roadmap for Innovating Faster and Smarter in a Networked World

The Global Brain: Your Roadmap for Innovating Faster and Smarter in a Networked World

2007 | 304 | ISBN: 013233951X | PDF | 2 Mb

All the talk about "open innovation" and externally-focused innovation assumes that "one size fits all" in terms of what network-centric innovation is and how companies should harness external creativity. But the reality is that there is no one right way to master this tool. For instance, loosely governed community-based innovation projects are a very different animal from tightly-orchestrated development projects driven by a large firm. As the landscape of network-centric innovation becomes more diverse and more confusing, there is a desperate need to structure the landscape to better understand different models for network-centric innovation. This book brings clarity to the confusion. Further, it argues that managers cannot rely on anecdotal success stories they read about in the press to implement a network-centric innovation strategy. They need rigorous and analytical advice on what role their company should play in an innovation network, what capabilities they need to create, and how they need to prepare their organization for this significant shift in the innovation approach. This book offers a practical and detailed roadmap for planning and implementing an externally-focused innovation strategy. ...
Doing Capitalism in the Innovation Economy: Markets, Speculation and the State
21 February 2013

Doing Capitalism in the Innovation Economy: Markets, Speculation and the State

Doing Capitalism in the Innovation Economy: Markets, Speculation and the State By William H. Janeway
2012 | 340 Pages | ISBN: 1107031257 | PDF | 2 MB

The innovation economy begins with discovery and culminates in speculation. Over some 250 years, economic growth has been driven by successive processes of trial and error: upstream exercises in research and invention and downstream experiments in exploiting the new economic space opened by innovation. Drawing on his professional experiences, William H. Janeway provides an accessible pathway for readers to appreciate the dynamics of the innovation economy. He combines personal reflections from a career spanning forty years in venture capital, with the development of an original theory of the role of asset bubbles in financing technological innovation and of the role of the state in playing an enabling role in the innovation process. Today, with the state frozen as an economic actor and access to the public equity markets only open to a minority, the innovation economy is stalled; learning the lessons from this book will contribute to its renewal.
Innovation performance accounting: Financing Decisions and Risk Assessment of Innovation Processes
29 September 2010

Innovation performance accounting: Financing Decisions and Risk Assessment of Innovation Processes


Innovation performance accounting: Financing Decisions and Risk Assessment of Innovation Processes By Wilhelm Schmeisser, Hermann Mohnkopf


Publisher: Springer 2010 | 480 Pages | ISBN: 364201352X | PDF | 15 MB



For successful innovation in business the responsible managers need a consistent view of the individual processes as well as an assessment of key projects in all phases of the development. Generating new ideas, fast examination of its feasibility requires skilled methods for evaluation of these ideas, plans and especially costs and revenues.
Business models, calculation methods and some assessments of certain options are presented by the authors. The ability to identify risks and appropriate responses to misperceptions are important milestones in the innovation process. From analysis of problems to the introduction of market-ready solutions, legal requirements, business demands and risk management systems are discussed.
Making Innovation Work: How to Manage It, Measure It, and Profit from It
22 October 2010

Making Innovation Work: How to Manage It, Measure It, and Profit from It


Making Innovation Work: How to Manage It, Measure It, and Profit from It


Wharton School Publishing (August 1, 2005) | ISBN: 0131497863 | 368 pages | PDF | 12 MB



Making Innovation Work presents a formal innovation process proven to work at HP, Microsoft and Toyota, to help ordinary managers drive top and bottom line growth from innovation. The authors have drawn on their unsurpassed innovation consulting experience -- as well as the most thorough review of innovation research ever performed. They'll show what works, what doesn't, and how to use management tools to dramatically increase the payoff from innovation investments.
Innovation in the Biopharmaceutical Industry
5 May 2011

Innovation in the Biopharmaceutical Industry

Innovation in the Biopharmaceutical Industry

2007 | 150 | ISBN: 9812706607 | PDF | 1 Mb

Innovation is at the heart of all advances and has the capacity to solve problems facing humanity. Societies which have turned away from innovation and technological development have failed in their ability to support their populations. Understanding the nature of innovation in the life sciences and in particular healthcare, how it operates, what enables and hinders it is therefore of great importance to meeting the challenges ahead. This book, originally and concurrently published in the International Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2007, offers the latest research and insights concerning innovation in the biopharmaceutical industry. ...
Demand-side Innovation Policie
27 May 2011

Demand-side Innovation Policie

Demand-side Innovation Policie
OECD | 17 May 2011 | ISBN: 9264098879 | 190 pages | PDF | 2 MB


This book examines dynamics between demand and innovation and provides insights into the rationale and scope for public policies to foster demand for innovation. It shows the potential - but also the limits - of using public procurement, regulations or standards to stimulate public and private demand for innovation, including among SMEs. Drawing on country experience and case studies, this report illustrates good practices for designing, implementing and evaluating demand-side
Demand-side innovation policies have been receiving increasing interest from a number of OECD countries in recent years in the context of slow growth and lagging productivity performance. Pressures on fiscal budgets in the aftermath of the financial crisis have also motivated governments to seek ways to boost innovation without necessarily engaging in new programme spending, primarily to meet social demands in areas such as health, energy or the environment.
Innovation performance accounting: Financing Decisions and Risk Assessment of Innovation Processes
22 July 2010

Innovation performance accounting: Financing Decisions and Risk Assessment of Innovation Processes
Innovation performance ***ing: Financing Decisions and Risk Assessment of Innovation Processes  By   Wilhelm Schmeisser, Hermann Mohnkopf
Publisher:  Springer  2010 |  480 Pages | ISBN: 364201352X | PDF | 3 MB
 
For successful innovation in business the responsible managers need a consistent view of the individual processes as well as an assessment of key projects in all phases of the development. Generating new ideas, fast examination of its feasibility requires skilled methods for evaluation of these ideas, plans and especially costs and revenues.
Innovation in Action: A practical guide for healthcare teams
24 September 2010

Innovation in Action: A practical guide for healthcare teams

Innovation in Action: A practical guide for healthcare teams
Wiley-Blackwell | 2010-05-03 | ISBN: 1444330578 | 152 pages | PDF | 12 MB


It is now recognized that innovation in healthcare needs to be a primary strategy for dealing with the challenges of pressure from consumers and the effort to control costs.This practical guide describes key issues surrounding innovation, such as the barriers to innovation in healthcare, the opportunities of working across boundaries in open innovation, and the process and tools of exploring the innovation approach.
The Geography of Small Firm Innovation
14 May 2011

The Geography of Small Firm Innovation
The Geography of Small Firm Innovation
200 pages | Feb 19, 2010 |ISBN: 1402076126 | PDF | 6.5 Mb

The Geography of Small Firm Innovation offers a unique look at the importance of geographic proximity to the innovative activity of the high-tech small firms. IT explores the concentration of innovation across metropolitan areas in the United States during the 1990's by introducing a novel measure of small-firm innovation based on the U.S. Small Business Innovation Research Program, the largest federal R&D program for small business. The empirical evidence indicates the differing effects of technological infrastructure on both the likelihood of innovation occurring in a metropolitan area, which has implications for public policy.