Dimitra Stamati's research while affiliated with Technical University of Crete and other places

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Social innovation is related to new products, services, and models aiming to improve human well-being and create social relationships and collaborations. The business model innovation (BMI) context can foster social innovation and can be applied in social innovation projects and initiatives. What is important for social BMI is the social mission, w...
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The main objective of the paper is to examine if 'Mode 3' universities represent a new and advanced type of an entrepreneurial university, perhaps transcending the entrepreneurial university, and identify the specific characteristics of 'Mode 3' universities. According to its definition, a 'Mode 3' university represents a type of organisation capab...
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Regions are increasingly being viewed as eco-systemic agglomerations of organizational and institutional entities or stakeholders with socio-technical, socio-economic, and socio-political conflicting as well as converging (co-opetitive) goals, priorities, expectations, and behaviors that they pursue via entrepreneurial development, exploration, exp...
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In this paper, the concept of business model innovation will be explored in depth. The main objective of this study is to analyze whether, how, and where the business model innovation (BMI) is linked with the organizational design (OD) and the enterprise excellence (EE). This is achieved through a quantitative survey that was conducted with a quest...
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Full-text available
In this paper, the concept of business model innovation will be explored in depth. The main objective of this study is to analyze whether, how, and where the business model innovation (BMI) is linked with the organizational design (OD) and the enterprise excellence (EE). This is achieved through a quantitative survey that was conducted with a quest...

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... Considering the challenges of sustainable development, it would be helpful for the public decision-making process to be anchored in a framework connecting actors, knowledge, and innovation with the environment. This is fittingly the promise of the analytical framework of the quintuple helix innovation model [17][18][19][20], which seeks to bring the impacts of societal performance to the natural environment through sustainable knowledge [21]. However, although helix models are widely recognized, the shaping of their dimensions has often been criticized [22,23]; for instance, Barcellos-Paula et al. [24] have pointed out that in applying the quintuple helix innovation model to initiatives, one must have a good understanding of the relevance of the causes and effects of the variables that affect decision making while seeking to achieve harmony among the participating entities. ...
... On the one hand, this may imply that firms and organizations focus on allocating human resources into the direction higher value-added areas, and to reduce other forms of labor. On the other hand, the disruptive paradigm effects of the digital revolution are requiring not only dynamic capabilities, but also the access, incorporation, and integration of technology and other knowledge from the outside of the organization (Alavi & Leidner, 2001;Carayannis et al., 2018b furthermore, see Bast et al., 2019, pp. 245-246;Carayannis, 2019a, b, c;Carayannis & Campbell, 2020). ...
... Moreover, the university in mode 3 does not have exclusivity on knowledge production (research) and dissemination (teaching and public engagement). Mode 3 knowledge production is not the one way dissemination of knowledge (from a university) but a many to many interaction of nodes including (amongst many others) industry, governments, academia and wider public (Carayannis & Campbell, 2012;Carayannis et al., 2018). Liyanage and Netswera sum this up as follows: ...
... Through interactions with other members of the ecosystem, companies can better anticipate tendencies and decrease the risk associated with innovation . The roles played by government, universities, industry, civil society, and the environment are thus imperative to entrepreneurial activity (Carayannis et al., 2018). The interplay of these actors can be described within entrepreneurial systems, in which focal and complementary innovation systems interact while surrounded by different regimes and landscapes (Markard & Truffer, 2008). ...
... There is no uniform definition of what exactly characterizes a business model (see Adrodegari & Saccani, 2017;Bouwman et al., 2018;Carayannis et al., 2017;Joenssen & Müllerleile, 2020;Paiola & Gebauer, 2020). Nonetheless, the multitude of definitions are a unity when it comes to describe the requirement of a business model, of how enterprises generate values and delivers them (Adrodegari & Saccani, 2017;Arnold et al., 2016;Osterwalder & Pigneur, 2010).Business models can (explicitly) help to analyze the business logic, as well as the net value creation and monetization mechanisms and generate a better understanding of these (Adrodegari & Saccani, 2017;Baden-Fuller & Mangematin, 2013;Osterwalder & Pigneur, 2010). ...