2016/10/10

Innovation Typologies (Thematic Readings). Lead & Innove (EN): Figures and tables. References



FIGURES AND TABLES


Dimension of novelty («Innovation Typologies» [post])

Summary of innovation types («Innovation Concepts and Typology – An Evolutionary Discussion» [post])

«The Ten Innovation Typologies» («The Ten Types of Innovation» [post])

Innovation typology («Technological Innovation: Concept, Process, Typology and Implications in the Economy» [post])

Descriptive Typology of Innovators («Innovation Commercialisation and Anticipated Return: A Typology of Innovative SMEs» [post])

Trends in the evolution of innovation theory («Constructing an experience-based innovation framework» [post])

Matrix of innovation and value creation typologies («Constructing an experience-based innovation framework» [post])

Value-innovation map for a pure experience good (motion pictures) («Constructing an experience-based innovation framework» [post])

Value-innovation map for a mixed industrial good (green vehicle) («Constructing an experience-based innovation framework» [post])

Taxonomy of experience firms and public institutions: the secondary experience sector (experiences are additions to goods and services or are marketing tools) («Experience innovation tracks» [post])

Open Innovation («Open innovation typology» [post])

Open Innovation Framework («Open innovation typology» [post])

Innovation-diffusion actors and innovation-related needs («Innovation diffusion categories and innovation-related needs» [post])

Markusen’s typology of clusters («Impact of the Types of Clusters on the Innovation Output and the Appropriation of Rents from Innovation» [post])

Steps to mesure the intensity of technological change according to seismic approach («Classifications of Innovations. Survey and Future Directions» [post])

Scale of innovation intensity («Classifications of Innovations. Survey and Future Directions» [post])

Innovation types by firm size, 2008-10. Australia («International comparisons of Australian business innovation. A model of the relationship between total factor productivity and different types of innovation» [post])

Type of innovation by export status, 2012-13. Australia («International comparisons of Australian business innovation. A model of the relationship between total factor productivity and different types of innovation» [post])

A model of the relationship between total factor productivity and different types of innovation («International comparisons of Australian business innovation. A model of the relationship between total factor productivity and different types of innovation» [post])

Outcome indicators. Australian trend data («International comparisons of Australian business innovation. A model of the relationship between total factor productivity and different types of innovation» [post])

Typologies of unused or unused real estate properties («Regaining Spaces and Territories. Reflections about the blank side of Italy» [post])

The dimension of the empty spaces for typologies («Regaining Spaces and Territories. Reflections about the blank side of Italy» [post])

The future of innovation management software (Nicholas D. Evans (@NicholasDEvans): «The future of innovation management software» [post])

Quotations from stakeholder literature of various scientific disciplines regarding the challenge of including marginalized groups («Stakeholder analysis to support inclusivity of innovation processes in farming and food systems» [post])

Frequently used concepts of Innovation for and from Developing Economies («A Typology of Reverse Innovation» [post])

Three types of reversals in the global flow of innovation and associated reverse innovation («A Typology of Reverse Innovation» [post])

Global innovation flows, with reverse innovation flows in the strong and the weak sense («A Typology of Reverse Innovation» [post])

Examples of global innovation flows («A Typology of Reverse Innovation» [post])

A business model innovation typology («A Business Model Innovation Typology» [post])

Evolution and Growth of Ecopreneurship («Typologies of Ecopreneurs. Harnessing Innovative Potential of Ecopreneurs» [post])



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Aalborg University. Inno Resource: «A typology of innovation» [post]

Paul Sloane (@PaulSloane). «How Many Types of Innovation are there?». InnovationExcellence (@IXchat). [post]

Mihaela Diaconu. «Technological Innovation: Concept, Process, Typology and Implications in the Economy». Theoretical and Applied Economics, vol. XVIII, 2011, n.º 10(563). [post]

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Richard Hawkins and Charles H. Davis. «Innovation and experience goods: a critical appraisal of a missing dimension in innovation theory». Prometheus. Critical Studies in Innovation, vol. 30, n.º 3, September 2012. [post]

Jon Sundbo. «Innovation in the experience economy: a taxonomy of innovation organisations», The Service Industries Journal, vol. 29, n.º 4, April 2009. [post]

Jeffrey Phillips (VP Marketing at OVO). Open innovation typology. This framework was introduced in the book Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing. [post]

Pelin Demirel and Effie Kesidou. Science and Technology Policies ResearchCenter. «Stimulating Different Types of Eco-Innovation in the UK:Government Policies and Firm Motivations». TEKPOL Working Paper Series. STPSWP12/03. [post]

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Michel Jébrak. Université du Québec à Montréal, Sciences de la Terre et de l’atmosphère and CIRST. Chaire en entrepreneuriat minier UQATUQAM.Innovations in mineral exploration: Targets, methods and organizationsince the first globalization period. Cahier de recherche. [post]

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«2016 Work Place / Work Life». Anna Maskiell. ArchitectureAU. Images: Timothy Burgess. [post]

«SuperBIO project to support EU bioeconomy innovation». Bio Base Europe. Biomass Magazine (@BiomassMagazine). [post]

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