ABSTRACT

This book presents a new view of innovation, seeking to disclose how strategic reflexivity is embodied in specific innovation practices and management roles.From an evolutionary point of view, the contributors argue that firms and organisations are increasingly forced to take into account the growing complexity of the environment. To do this, they

part |2 pages

PART I Theory

chapter 3|28 pages

Interactional innovation: a neo-Schumpeterian model: Faïz Gallouj

ByFAÏZ GALLOUJ

chapter 4|22 pages

Innovation as a strategic process: Jon Sundbo

ByJON SUNDBO

part |2 pages

Part II: Externally oriented innovation activities in the firm

part |2 pages

PART III Internal innovation activities within the firm

chapter 10|17 pages

Systems of innovation in social services: Lars Fuglsang

ByLARS FUGLSANG