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Covid-19 is changing the world these days.
Being in contact with many corporate innovation managers, there are many concerns existing on the future of innovation - but also many chances coming up with the current situation
I would be happy to discuss the future of innovation in the academic community:
How does the future of innnovation look like, especially considering Covid-19 impact?
Thank you for your contribution! What will change from your perspective and what is already changing / has changed? All aspects are welcome.
As an input, it might be useful to have a look at our theses on how innovation will look like in 2030, developed using a systems analysis approach: http://s.fhg.de/innovation2030-en
I am consolidating materials about the methods of analysis of innovation systems in a given region.
In my knowledge, open innovation is kind of "theoretical", it tells firms to open their organizational boundaries and cooperate with others. But how to choose the alliance? It seems that innovation in practice still relies on fairly random incidents, rather than being the result of clearly defined measurement procedures. For example, if it is possible to quantify some key factors to support deciding which alliance is more suitable?
Can a technical innovation system be done before adopting and implementing a technology? How could that happen for sustainable sanitation technologies ?
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I am currently writing a bachelor thesis at a university sponsored start-up center on the subject of innovation controlling. I would like to measure the success of the Startup Center with KPI's and methods. In the literature, financial indicators are mostly needed for this, but in my case these would be irrelevant, as the matter is publicly funded.
Are there methods that you could recommend that can be implemented without financial indicators? And which performance measurement system could be developed? Is it e.g possible to do the Balance Scorecard without the dimension finance? Also if you could recommend literature I would be very thankful!
Thank your very much for your help!
The purpose of analyzing a Technological Innovation System is to analyze and evaluate the development of a particular technological field in terms of the structures and processes that support or hamper it. Besides its particular focus, there are two, more analytical, features that set the Technological Innovation System approach apart from other innovation system approaches.
Greetings fellow Researchers, I am studying the impact of IS alignment and dependability process when adopting Technological innovations and I need some up to date insight concerning Information systems dependability.
If you know of a suitable theory that comes close to explaining why the construction industry wastes too much material, would be appreciated. I selected the diffusion of innovation theory because its elements of time, innovation, social system, and communication explains why the processes in the industry cause problems. Another question is, I see that this theory of Rogers is used as a marketing tool that explains when people adopt innovation. My idea is to use this theory to explain how waste comes along. Would you know a better theory, let use debate.
I am particularly interested in special rewards in energy tarrifs and other regulatory measures employed to promote energy innovations (R&D) by energy regulators. To be more precise: I am not asking about feed in tariffs or other forms of promotion of RES.