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Evolución De Las Propuestas Sobre El Proceso De Innovación: ¿Qué Se Puede Concluir De Su Estudio? /


  • Velasco Balmaseda, E.

    () (Universidad del País Vasco (España))

  • Zamanillo Elgezabal, I

    () (Universidad del País Vasco (España))


Han sido muchos los autores que han lanzado propuestas con el objeto de explicar cómo tiene lugar el proceso de innovación en la empresa. Desde el modelo lineal hasta el denominado modelo en red, cada una de las propuestas ha ido ofreciendo algunas claves para implantar procesos de innovación eficaces en la empresa. El objetivo de este artículo es arrojar un poco de luz en torno al proceso de innovación a través de una revisión de los distintos modelos explicativos del mismo, concluyendo con algunas de las características más significativas que presenta en la actualidad. / There have been many proposals to explain how the innovation process takes place within the firm. From the linear model to the so called network model, each proposal has offered some keys to implement efficient innovation processes in firms. This article objective is to shed some light on the innovation process through the revision of the different explaining models, in order to conclude with some of the most important features it has nowadays.

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  • Velasco Balmaseda, E. & Zamanillo Elgezabal, I, 2008. "Evolución De Las Propuestas Sobre El Proceso De Innovación: ¿Qué Se Puede Concluir De Su Estudio? /," Investigaciones Europeas de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa (IEDEE), Academia Europea de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa (AEDEM), vol. 14(2), pages 127-138.
  • Handle: RePEc:idi:jiedee:v:14:y:2008:i:2:p:127-138

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