Enabling Innovation: Innovative Capability - German and International Views
Sabina Jeschke, Ingrid Isenhardt, Frank Hees, Sven Trantow
Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 8, 2011 - Business & Economics - 488 pages
The capability to innovate in an on-going manner is emerging as a decisive key factor in today's world of business and work. The ability to stay competitive is becoming identical with the ability to innovate. This book originated from the research and development project “International Monitoring” and outlines the topic of innovative capability from a practice-oriented angle. Contributions of German and international experts offer an enlightening glimpse behind the scenes of innovations. The central issue is not the description of features of successful innovation processes or how innovations can be efficiently controlled and managed, but under which conditions they can emerge in the first place. In what way can individuals, organizations, networks and societies be enabled to continuously induce innovations?
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Part 2 Developing Skills Work SystemsWork Processes an Innovative Challenge
Part 3 Innovative Capability and Change of Work
Part 4 Intellectual Capital Human Potentialas Factor of Innovation
Part 5 Findings from the German RD Program Working Learning Developing Skills Potential for Innovation in a Modern Working Environment
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academic Accessed May 2011 action activities approach Arbeits areas Berlin Heidelberg 2011 BMBF challenges Cluster of Excellence collaboration communication companies competence competitive complex concept context cooperation creativity culture economic Edvinsson employees Enabling Innovation European European Commission example experience factors focus group funding priority Future Centers Germany global higher education human resources implementation increasing individual industrial innovation management innovation processes innovative capability institutions integrated Intellectual Capital interaction Jeschke knowledge economy knowledge management labor lifelong learning measures ment Modern Working Environment networks older workers open innovation organization organizational participation perspective practice problem production professional project management promotion psychological contract requirements role RWTH Aachen University sector serious games simulation games skills social innovation social software society Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg stakeholders strategies structures sustainable tacit knowledge tion transfer translated by author uncertainty workplace