At the Edge of Innovation: Why shifts in the boundaries of innovation matter

Michelle Lowe, Mike Chiasson, Luciana D'Adderio, Gerry George, Zella King, Jaideep Prabhu, Jonathan Sapsed

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Abstract

History shows that the boundaries of innovation are constantly changing. It also suggests that those UK organisations that are able to successfully monitor, acknowledge and react to such changes, are more likely to survive and prosper in the long-term. The innovation cohort at the Advanced Institute of Management (AIM) Research, in a series of wide ranging research projects, examined how these innovation boundaries – geographical, technological, and organisational – are changing and the implications of those changes for both practitioners and policymakers. Whilst not an exhaustive account of the work of the innovation cohort, this report highlights some of the group’s research findings, and the broader issues at stake regarding shifting innovation boundaries.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAdvanced Institute of Management Research (AIM)
Number of pages32
Place of PublicationLondon, UK
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2009

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ISBN 9781906087203

Keywords

  • AIM
  • Innovation
  • CENTRIM

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Lowe, M., Chiasson, M., D'Adderio, L., George, G., King, Z., Prabhu, J., & Sapsed, J. (2009, Sep). At the Edge of Innovation: Why shifts in the boundaries of innovation matter. London, UK: Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM).
Lowe, Michelle ; Chiasson, Mike ; D'Adderio, Luciana ; George, Gerry ; King, Zella ; Prabhu, Jaideep ; Sapsed, Jonathan. / At the Edge of Innovation: Why shifts in the boundaries of innovation matter. 2009. London, UK : Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM). 32 p.
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At the Edge of Innovation: Why shifts in the boundaries of innovation matter. / Lowe, Michelle; Chiasson, Mike; D'Adderio, Luciana; George, Gerry; King, Zella; Prabhu, Jaideep; Sapsed, Jonathan.

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