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As we know the main problem with innovation is how much an idea can be develop to invention and then to innovation. So many invention cannot develop to innovation is called "death valley" of innovation. In industry, these phenomenon is reduce by using many type of innovation management, like Cooper's Stage-Gate system. But in government/public research agency, research usually done in project link to fiscal year budget, so it will be difficult to turn back or halt the project, and increasing probability of falling into 'death valley' of innovation. Is there any way to reduce this effect?
Our evidence suggests that unless the entire system is based upon digitalisation, even the most creative and well prepared ICT innovation offers little that is any of cost-effective, sustainable or widely replicable.
Dear Experts and Members,
I am looking for the research work conducted on online B2B travel solution systems. Besides I need input on how Diffusion of Innovation and Adoption of Innovation can be used in a research intended on the above mentioned topic. Firstly, in this study I am looking forward to examine how an online B2B travel solution system organization diffuses this solution system to the travel agencies; secondly how the travel agencies adopt these solution systems. Would need suggestions on the theories, models, and frameworks that could be used to examine diffusion of innovation and adoption of innovation.
I look forward to your opinions and feedback. In case if you need further clarity regarding my query please feel free to ask.
I am not looking for studies à la: yeah, it improves quality or, we are more/less efficient or innovative. Because of those we have a lot. I am rather searching for sth like: yeah, since we implemented the process standard xyz, we came up with the idea to implement a new security routine/system in the product or we changed the architecture to have more flexibility in terms of modularity.
Currently, higher education plays an important role in developing entrepreneurship among students. However, there are various didactic methods, thanks to which the entrepreneurship among students is stimulated and improved. What didactic methods are used to stimulate and develop entrepreneurship among students is conditioned by many factors related to the type, organization and functioning of a specific university, prevailing in the country standards of the teaching and higher education system, developed and implemented educational programs and financial resources, as well as a system of financial support for the development of innovative start-ups and other business ventures set up by students, the specificity of functioning and development of university incubators and accelerators of entrepreneurship and innovation.
Do you agree with my opinion on this matter?
In view of the above, I am asking you the following question:
What solutions are used in your country in your country?
How can teaching entrepreneurship and innovation be developed at universities?
How can incubators of entrepreneurship and innovation be developed at universities?
I invite you to the discussion
Thank you very much
I wish to create an agent-based model of the process of policy innovation, focusing on how different interventions enable or disable policy innovation in a system. How would one go about it?
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I'm looking for research which looks (either)
- at the role of international policy transfer for sustainability transitions / transformations (especially in non-industrialized countries); and/or
- at the role of transition-related aspects - like innovation niches, experiments, visions for alternative system configurations, and exnovation / destabilisation - for policy transfer (especially to non-industrialized countries).
Do you have any suggestions?