Learning of Innovative Companies within Innovation Networks
Contemporary companies can not learn by solely and build their innovative capabilities relying only on own knowledge resources. They ought to draw on outside and also foreign sources of knowledge and learn from partners (suppliers, consumers), and competitors during innovation processes execution within the area of the innovation networks. Innovation process links knowledge sharing, exchange, development, practical using by innovative companies and their collaborators within the framework of the innovation network during their mutual, interactive learning and improving innovative capabilities. Innovation networks enable companies to react dynamically to changeable conditions of innovation process execution, learn how efficiently to create and use knowledge in innovations, and apply them efficiently in economy. The results of companies collaboration and learning within innovation networks are synergic effects of knowledge management during innovation processes execution. This paper also presents the selected results of questionnaire research on the above theme conducted in innovative companies of the Lubelskie region (Poland) in 2009.
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