Knowledge Management and Innovation: Interaction, Collaboration, Openness

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 18, 2016 - Business & Economics - 130 pages

This book explores the relationships between knowledge management (KM) processes and innovation management.

The geographical extension of markets and intensification of competition have led firms to experiment with novel approaches to innovation. New organizational forms emerged in which firms collaborate with various stakeholders to create, absorb, integrate and protect knowledge. This book explores how knowledge management processes evolve with firms' implementation of interactive, collaborative and open innovation models and it identifies the various knowledge types and processes involved throughout the different phases of the innovation process.

The authors provide operational typologies for understanding innovative firms' capabilities and knowledge management practices and also discuss the main properties of four models of interactive innovation, namely open innovation, user-centric innovation, community-based innovation and crowdsourcing.

 

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Contents

Innovation Processes Innovation
1
Knowledge Typology and Knowledge
21
General Conclusion
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About the author (2016)

Pierre Barbaroux is a Senior Researcher at the French Air Force Research Centre, Research Chair in "Aerospace cyber resilience" and Program Director for the Advanced Master in "Aerospace Project Management".

Amel Attour is Associate Professor at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, GREDEG (UMR 7321), France and Program Director for the Advanced Master in "Engineers for Smart Cities".

Eric Schenk is Associate Professor at the National Institute of Applied Sciences, Strasbourg, France, BETA-CNRS and Program Director for the Advanced Master in "Sustainable Development".