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The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management offers a comprehensive and timely analysis of the nature and importance of innovation and the strategies and practices that can be used to improve organizational benefits from innovation. Innovation is centrally important for business and national competitiveness, and for the quality and standard of living around the world, but it does not happen by itself. For innovation to succeed, it needs to be properly managed. With contributions from 49 world-leading scholars, the Handbook explores the many sources of innovation, the broader social, economic, and technological contexts that encourage and constrain it, and the cutting-edge strategies and practices of innovation management.
The book addresses the traditional concerns of innovation management--such as managing R&D, intellectual property, and creativity, and the contributions of science and marketing--but substantially extends traditional areas of interest. In this new volume, chapters examine emerging topics including design, social networks, open and social innovation, and innovation in business models, ecosystems, services, and platforms. The book explores the importance of innovation management for environmental sustainability, and its evolving nature and practice in Asia.
Written in an accessible style, and with carefully selected bibliographies and a comprehensive index, the Handbook offers a uniquely authoritative and wide-ranging source of knowledge about innovation management. Each chapter identifies key issues and reviews the most important research findings. Future research questions are identified. The Handbook will be invaluable for students and faculty studying, researching, and teaching innovation, and for managers seeking to improve innovation outcomes in their organizations.
Mark Dodgson, Professor and Director of the Technology and Innovation Management Centre, University of Queensland Business School,David M. Gann, Vice-President (Development and Innovation), Imperial College London,Nelson Phillips, Professor of Strategy and Organization, Imperial College London
Mark Dodgson is Professor and Director of the Technology and Innovation Management Centre at the University of Queensland Business School. Prior to joining the University of Queensland he was Executive Director of the National Graduate School of Management at the Australian National University. He has produced 12 books and over 100 academic articles on innovation, and has researched and taught innovation in over 50 countries. He is a member of the Board of two companies with multi-billion pound annual sales. His research interests address the changing innovation process and its consequences for management and government.
David M. Gann is Professor of Technology and Innovation Management and Vice President, Development and Innovation, Imperial College London. He was previously head of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Imperial College Business School. He has published many academic articles, reports and books on innovation. He has been Group Innovation Executive of a multi-national engineering and construction business and has co-founded four start-up ventures. His research interests include the use of digital media to support design and innovation processes, about which he advises technology companies and governments.
Nelson Phillips is Professor of Strategy and Organizational Behaviour at Imperial College Business School in London, UK. Prior to joining Imperial College London, he was the Beckwith Professor of Management at the University of Cambridge and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Management at McGill University. Originally from Canada, he completed his PhD in Organizational Analysis at the University of Alberta in 1995. His research interests include institutional theory, organizational discourse analysis, the impact of technology on organizations, and the management of innovation.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Perspectives on Innovation Management, Mark Dodgson, David M. Gann, and Nelson Phillips 2. The Nature of Innovation, Ammon Salter and Oliver Alexy The Sources of Innovation 3. Marketing and Innovation, Jaideep Prabhu 4. Science, Technology and Business Innovation, Maureen McKelvey 5. User-driven Innovation, Nik Franke 6. Networks of Innovation, Tim Kastelle and John Steen 7. Knowledge and the Management of Creativity and Innovation, Dorothy Leonard and Michelle Barton 8. Design-driven Innovation: Meaning as a Source of Innovation, Roberto Verganti and Claudio Dell'Era 9. Brokerage and Innovation, Andrew Hargadon The Context for Innovation 10. Sectoral Systems of Innovation, Franco Malerba and Pamela Adams 11. Innovation Ecosystems: Implications for Innovation Management, Erkko Autio and Llewellyn Thomas 12. Markets for Technology, Alfonso Gambardella, Paola Giuri, and Salvatore Torris 13. Capital markets, Innovation Systems and the Financing of Innovation, Alan Hughes 14. Consumption of Innovation, Ritsuko Ozaki and Mark Dodgson 15. Innovation and Sustainability, Frans Berkhout 16. Managing Social Innovation, Tom Lawrence, Graham Dover, and Bryan Gallagher 17. Innovation Management in Japan, Takahiro Fujimoto 18. Innovation Management in China, Marina Zhang and Jian Gao 19. Technology and Innovation, Mark Dodgson and David Gann Strategy, Management and Organization 20. Innovation, Strategy and Hypercompetition, Rita McGrath and Jerry Kim 21. Business Model Innovation, Lorenzo Massa and Christopher Tucci 22. Managing Open Innovation, Oliver Alexy and Linus Dahlander 23. Collaboration and Innovation Management, Mark Dodgson 24. Organizing Innovation, Nelson Phillips 25. Human Resource Management Practices and Innovation, Keld Laursen and Nicolai Foss 26. Managing Research and Development and New Product Development, Maximilian von Zedtwitz, Sascha Friesike, and Oliver Gassmann 27. Internationalization of Research and Development, Lars Hakanson 28. Intellectual Property Rights, Standards, and the Management of Innovation, Eija Leiponen 29. Mergers and Acquisitions and Innovation, Gautam Ahuja and Elena Novelli 30. Services, Innovation, and the Design and Management of Service Innovation, Bruce Tether 31. Innovation and Project Management, Andy Davies 32. Platforms and Innovation, Annabelle Gawer and Michael Cusumano