Innovation contributes to corporate competitiveness, economic performance and environmental sustainability. In the Internet era, innovation intelligence is transferred across borders and languages at an unprecedented rate, yet the ability to benefit from it seems to become more divergent among different corporations and countries. How much an organization can benefit from innovation largely depends on how well innovation is managed in it. Thus, there is a discernible increase in interest in the study of innovation management. This handbook provides a comprehensive guide to this subject.

The handbook introduces the basic framework of innovation and innovation management. It also presents innovation management from the perspectives of strategy, organization and resource, as well as institution and culture. The book’s comprehensive coverage on all areas of innovation management makes this a very useful reference for anyone interested in the subject.

Chapter 5 of this book is freely available as a downloadable Open Access PDF under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license available at https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9781315276670

part I|104 pages

Introduction to innovation and innovation management

chapter 1|14 pages

Innovation and innovation management

ByJin Chen, Eric Viardot, Alexander Brem

chapter 2|9 pages

Deliberate and spontaneous

The impact of cognitive disinhibition on people management
ByFranc Ponti

chapter 3|29 pages

Connotation and types of innovation

ByJin Chen, Ximing Yin

chapter 4|18 pages

The fundamentals of innovation management

ByPetra A. Nylund

chapter 5|18 pages

The systems approach to innovation management

ByMagnus Karlsson, Mats Magnusson
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chapter 6|14 pages

Innovation and innovation management in an age of changes

ByJin Chen, Mei Liang

part II|256 pages

The strategic perspective of innovation

chapter 7|62 pages

Strategic management of innovation

ByEmigdio Alfaro, Fei Yu, Naqeeb Ur Rehman, Eglantina Hysa, Patrice Kandolo Kabeya

chapter 8|11 pages

The free innovation paradigm 1

ByEric von Hippel

chapter 9|24 pages

Open innovation

ByYufen Chen, Wim Vanhaverbeke

chapter 10|16 pages

Bringing open innovation into practice

Methods and approaches
ByFrank Piller, Sumit Mitra, Susanna Ghosh Mitra

chapter 11|17 pages

R&D strategies for disruptive innovation

ByChang-Chieh Hang, Yi Ruan

chapter 12|32 pages

Smart prototyping

ByFei Yu, Bastian Enste

chapter 13|9 pages

Frugal innovation

Developing and managing innovations in resource-constrained settings
ByEugenia Rosca, Nivedita Agarwal, Jakob Schlegel

chapter 14|19 pages

Innovation in the digital age

ByMichael Dowling, Elisabeth Noll, Kristina Zisler

chapter 15|10 pages

Perspectives on policies to promote convergence in innovation

ByKong-rae Lee

chapter 16|36 pages

Responsible innovation

Origin, attribution and theoretical framework 1
ByLiang Mei, Jin Chen

chapter 17|18 pages

Serendipity and innovation

Beyond planning and experimental-driven exploration
ByMartin Kamprath, Tassilo Henike

part III|52 pages

The organizational perspective of innovation

chapter 18|14 pages

Innovation management within the organisation

ByRegina Lenart-Gansiniec

chapter 19|16 pages

Interorganizational relations within innovation systems

ByTerje Grønning, Parisa Afshin

chapter 20|20 pages

The crucial human factor in innovation

ByGeorges Haour

part IV|64 pages

Institutions and norms for innovation management

chapter 22|22 pages

Ethics in innovation management as meta-responsibility

The practice of responsible research and innovation in human brain simulation
ByBernd Carsten Stahl, Jos Timmermans, Stephen Rainey, Mark Shaw

chapter 23|20 pages

Intellectual property and innovation management

ByCan Huang, Suli Zheng

part V|113 pages

Methodologies for innovation management

chapter 24|37 pages

Standards, models, and methodologies for innovation management

ByEmigdio Alfaro

chapter 25|23 pages

Technological innovation audit

ByXuesong Geng

chapter 26|21 pages

Innovation management simulations using agent-based modelling

ByPetra Ahrweiler

chapter 27|30 pages

Technology innovation investment portfolio planning

A systems approach with application examples
ByOliver Yu