Madis Talmar

Madis Talmar
Eindhoven University of Technology | TUE · Department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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To address major threats to the sustainability and quality of life in urban settings, many municipalities have started exploring routes toward smarter cities to, for example, lower their energy consumption and carbon footprint. These explorations, in the form of living labs or other pilot projects, often suffer from major problems in scaling up the...
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Transition intermediaries are actors that support socio-technical transition processes by bridging structural deficiencies in a transitioning domain. Previous research has identified what roles transition intermediaries perform and how. However, while transitioning domains are by definition in a state of change, the dynamics of transition intermedi...
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This chapter focuses on introducing and commenting on examples of the Systematic Literature Review (SLR) protocol as applied within the so-called Design Science Research (DSR) approach. First, three comparable but distinctly different example articles in which SLR has been conducted will be introduced and compared. In the table (Table 8.1), we will...
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Scholars interested in topics of entrepreneurship and innovation are increasingly embracing the design science research (DSR) approach. DSR is rooted in Herbert Simon's The Sciences of the Artificial (1996) and aims at developing instrumental knowledge, that is scientific knowledge guiding action. While entrepreneurship and innovation scholars acro...
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To achieve a complex value proposition, innovating firms often need to rely on other actors in their innovation ecosystem. This raises many new challenges for the managers of these firms. However, there is not yet a comprehensive approach that would support managers in the process of analysis and decision making on ecosystem strategy. In this paper...
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The sustainable implementation of demand-side management (DSM) for district heating and cooling (DHC) is often limited because of DHC’s complexity and the requirements to involved stakeholders. The purpose of this study is to define the design principles of an organizational system for implementing economically sustainable DSM innovations in DHC. A...
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Path-breaking innovations are increasingly developed and commercialized by networks of co-creating actors, called innovation ecosystems. Previous work in this area demonstrates that the ‘internal’ alignment of actors is critical to value creation in the innovation ecosystem. However, the literature has largely overlooked that the success of an inno...
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To achieve a complex value proposition, innovating firms often need to rely on other actors in their innovation ecosystem. This raises many new challenges for the managers of these firms. However, there is not yet a comprehensive approach that would support managers in the process of analysis and decision making on ecosystem strategy. In this paper,...
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Path-breaking innovations are increasingly developed and commercialized by networks of co-creating actors, so-called innovation ecosystems. Previous work in this area has demonstrated that, to create and appropriate value, ecosystem actors should align their activities. The effort of a focal venture to bring its ecosystem actors to alignment can be...
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Notably, a revised version of this paper is published as: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316240226_A_multi-level_perspective_on_innovation_ecosystems_for_path-breaking_innovation

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In this project we seek to develop a design science perspective, also known as science-based design, as an inclusive methodology at the interface of (social) science and design - especially in the domain of entrepreneurship and innovation management.
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We seek to understand and inform (the design of) transition processes and innovation ecosystems.