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Strategic scanning of small entrepreneurs: a pragmatic view

Marchesnay, Michel (2014)

The words – “strategic”, “scanning” – have to be redefined when applied to small business firms. Indeed, the specific nature of the entrepreneurial firms requires challenging managerial definitions of SME. That specificity is primarily due to the central role of the entrepreneur. Thus, ...

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Social media and the design of an innovative enterprise

Chauvel, Danièle (2016)

In the Knowledge era, innovation and knowledge are intertwined, being innovation a knowledge intensive process that firms must manage to become innovative. This study aims to analyze the relationships between the design elements required to build an innovative enterprise and the implementation of ...

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City renewal as open innovation

Mattsson, Jan et al. (2015)

This article illustrates how open innovation can be applied to understand renewal processes in complex sectors of society that involve many public, private and collective actors. The article discusses how a city renewal project can be conceptualized as ‘open city innovation’. A natural ...

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The societal system and responsible innovations: Freeing sustainable development from a deadlock

Tihon, Alain et al. (2011)

The message is now clear: Development must become sustainable. Throughout the world, in both poor and rich countries, many initiatives have been taken thanks to the involvement of citizens. However, the results of this mobilization are well below what is needed to face the situation. The global ...

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Knowledge management processes and the formation of entrepreneurial opportunities

Dang, Rani J. et al. (2016)

While past researchers have reported knowledge management (KM) as being a determinant of innovation, little has been done to empirically investigate the interrelationship between KM processes, the regional context and entrepreneurial opportunity formation. We assume that the regional context and the ...

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Knowledge creation in networks: a comparison between firm-network and network of firms

Munier, Francis et al. (2009)

Network is often considered as a support of knowledge creation. We consider that two main forms of networks can be identified in the economy: horizontal and vertical. We propose to compare these networks according to the question of knowledge creation. The aim of this article is then to demonstrate ...

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The different innovation capabilities of the firm: further remarks upon the Brazilian experience

Zawislak, Paulo Antônio et al. (2014)

Innovation is considered by many researchers to be the inevitable outcome for the very survival of the firm. Nonetheless, the focus of most research on innovation is on the ability of firms to deliver new technological items to the market and develop new technological process. However important this ...

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A few arguments in favor of a holistic approach to innovation in economics and management

Manceau, Delphine et al. (2014)

Innovation is an often-misunderstood concept that generates confusion. It is systematically associated with research and technology – often in relation to the linear model that underestimates the various factors and the complex processes that lead to it. This sometimes leads to public policies ...

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Policy entrepreneurship: empirical inquiry into policy agents and institutional structures

Van Der Steen, Marianne et al. (2009)

This paper contributes to the discussion to what extent government organizations facilitate or hinder policy-oriented innovations and policy entrepreneurship. More specifically, we try to understand both the characteristics of entrepreneurial policy makers -who are able to break with the ...

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