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Managing Collaborative R&D Projects

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Collaboration among industry, universities and research institutes plays a vital role in stimulating open innovation, which in turn leads to new products, processes, services and business models. This book brings together a number of real-life examples of how to govern and manage open innovation collaboration projects more effectively, and provides timely insights that project consortia, governance boards and funding agencies can directly apply to implement and monitor projects and achieve greater impacts. All papers were written by recognized leading authorities with extensive experience in governance and management, and reveal how to capitalize on the potential of open innovation.

This book shares multidisciplinary research perspectives on the potential benefits and challenges of collaboration, project management, and open innovation, as well as the management of complex organizational cultures and governance models.

Gabriela Fernandes is a lecturer at the University of Coimbra, Portugal. Her research interests are project management and managing collaborative university-industry R&D funded projects.
Lawrence Dooley is a lecturer and researcher in enterprise and innovation at University College Cork (UCC), Ireland. His core research interests focus on organisational innovation and issues related to inter-enterprise collaboration and value creation.
David O'Sullivan is professor of industrial engineering at the National University of Ireland Galway. His research covers topics in quality management, innovation management and industrial systems.
Asbjørn Rolstadås is professor emeritus of mechanical and industrial engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Engineering. His research covers topics like computer-aided production planning and control systems and project management methods and systems. He is the founding editor of the journal Production Planning and Control (Taylor & Francis).

Managing Collaborative R&D Projects.- PART I: Literature Reviews.- A Systematic Literature Review of Open Innovation and R&D Managers.- Review of Collaborative Project Management Approaches in R&D Projects.- PART II: Industry Collaborations.- Co-creation of Innovation by Corporates and Start-ups.- Open Innovation Strategy of an Early Stage SME.- Overcoming Barriers of Systemic Innovations in a Business Network.- Framework Linking Open Innovation Strategic Goals with Practices.- The Collaboration Paradox: Why Small Firms Fail to Collaborate for innovation.- PART III: University-Industry Collaborations.- Managing a Major University-Industry Collaboration R&D Program.- Balancing Industry Value Proposition and Researcher Academic Interests.- Emergence of Governance Structure in Collaborative University-Industry R&D Programs.- Open Innovation Alliances in Technology Colonies.- PART IV: Collaborative Project Management.- Challenges in Managing Large Scale Collaborative R&D Projects.- Critical Success Factors in Collaborative R&D Projects.- Developing Trust Between Partners in Collaborative R&D Projects.- PART V: Collaboration Impact And Value.- Do Perceptions of Academic Scientists Influence Non-Academic Collaboration?.- Demystifying Value Co-destruction in Collaborative R&D projects.- Challenges in Measuring Performance of Collaborative R&D Projects


Titel: Managing Collaborative R&D Projects
Untertitel: Leveraging Open Innovation Knowledge-Flows for Co-Creation
EAN: 9783030616045
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 270
Gewicht: 0g
Größe: H235mm x B235mm x T155mm
Auflage: 1st ed. 2021

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