The award for best paper went to Charlotte Chappert, Montpellier Management “Multiple asymmetrical collaborations in green innovation ecosystems”.
Unexpected challenges have forced European SMEs to rethink their business models, as a result they are opening their boundaries and adopting collaborative strategies – but
Development of the circular economy is stalling, according to Benito Mignacca, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio. He argues that a lack of collaboration between
Certain technologies drive the development of new ecosystems and other, enabling technologies, form the basis of innovation in complementary sectors, observes Petra Nylund. Her particular
Many companies adopt industry standards to guide the adoption of best practice and research has shown that adoption of standards have many benefits for firms.
The pace at which disruptive technologies are advancing – following a super-linear scale – raises new questions and challenges for resource allocation and business (re)configuration
Innovation skills are considered to be a combination of soft skills, cognitive skills and technical skills, with technological developments creating new demands for individuals.
There will be an opportunity to time travel at the 2023 R&D Management Conference, according to Sven Schimpf. After reviewing the trends for innovation systems