De appreciatie van netwerkvorming in innovatiestrategieën
The new paradigm on ‘open innovation’ emphasises the increasing dependence of internal innovation’s on knowledge present outside the boundaries of the own organisation. Shaping a network with external partners is an important part hereof and implies strategic decisions on the level of the innovating enterprise. This article focuses on both the choice and importance of a specific type of partner organisation when shaping a network as an inherent part of the innovation strategy. A broad range of external partners; other enterprises, universities, colleges, public research organisations and both private and public non-profit institutions serves as a basis in this regard. In addition, the innovation survey used for this analysis, indicates the existence of a significant correlation between the choice of a particular external cooperation partner and the motives for innovation and its consequences.
Volume (Year): LI (2006)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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