Frameworks for understanding interactive innovation processes

Manley, Karen (2003) Frameworks for understanding interactive innovation processes. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 4 (1). ISSN 1465-7503

Abstract

In recent years there has been considerable activity, by business analysts and academics, in developing new approaches to understanding contemporary innovation processes. This has resulted in the emergence of a large number of conceptual alternatives, with many overlapping features. It is the aim of this paper to outline and compare the most popular of these frameworks, and develop a model incorporating their important features. The integrated model should assist businesses examining their innovation processes by providing a single-point guide to key issues; it should also help public-sector policy makers understand key leverage points for improving the environment for innovation.

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Item Type: Article
Collection: CRC for Construction Innovation
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Author contact details : k.manley@qut.edu.au

Keywords: CRC for Construction Innovation; Program A : Business and Industry Development; Project 2001-012-A : Innovation Potential, Directions and Implementation in the Building and Construction Product System BRITE
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