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The measurement of innovation for management, research and policy
Cristian Gangaliuc, 2019

Opis: This paper is a literature review regarding the known practices of measuring innovation, for policy, research or management purposes. Article is deliberating on the importance of known and most notable methodologies, such as innovation survey, interviews, case studies and mixed research. The following methodologies are presented with regard to their strong and weak points, to perform an objective evaluation and exemplification. Alongside methodologies, paper concentrates on the practices of innovation measurement, such as approaches taken by the OECD and EU assessments, presenting the possible angles that can be conceptualized during conceptualization and innovation measurement. The article ends with the presentation of the concept of Management of Innovation, that is a growing paradigm that emphasizes the ability of an actor to innovate rather than its development outcomes. Following the line of presented methodologies, approaches and considerations, conclusions outline that innovation is becoming more and more a social phenomenon, rather than a purely technical one. That presents an opportunity to build practices of including innovation into the semiotic and economic dialogue of national and supranational bodies, and not limit the policy of innovation to regional or national strategies.
Najdeno v: ključnih besedah
Ključne besede: innovation, innovation measurement, management of innovation, Cultural Political Economy, Europe 2020, strategy, policy
Objavljeno: 06.07.2020; Ogledov: 1140; Prenosov: 51
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Technology - mediated commuting: research on 2020 pandemic switch to remote work
Marsel Valiev, 2020

Opis: In today's world more and more workflows take place online. Business meetings are replaced by conference calls and it is not necessary to print an important document to sign it, just click the mouse a couple of times. As a result of technical progress, many companies and employees have come to the conclusion that it is possible to interact quite comfortably on a remote basis, yet maintaining a high efficiency level. Remote work is a global trend which is not a surprise since such an approach to the organization of labor has many advantages the first of which is economic and environmental benefit. A company with a staff of remote employees does not need to maintain an office: spend on stationery, pay for utilities and rent. The employee saves money on travel, food and can get additional sleep in the morning, something we all need sometimes. It is usually difficult for an employee to maintain perfect balance between personal life and career in the traditional way. He spends a lot of time in public transportation or in a traffic jam, periodically lingers in the office and gets exhausted, when he is late to work, he gets nervous, and things just do not go well. What if it could all be different from how we used to do it? In this research, I set myself the task of highlighting the problem of how ineffective some of our actions are simply because we do some things the way we have beeen doing them for ages, rather than rethink and do them in the right way.
Najdeno v: ključnih besedah
Ključne besede: Remote work, technology, industry 4.0, work-life balance, innovation.
Objavljeno: 30.09.2020; Ogledov: 908; Prenosov: 50
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Technologies and Innovations in Regional Development

Opis: The subsequent volume revolves around the Social-Fields-Approach (SOFIA) as an approach to conceptualisation and operationalisation for the purpose of empirical research. It contributes a new perspective and approach in research on innovation. We believe that SOFIA can have implications for both academic research and practical applications in reshaping the existing instruments and governance arrangements in innovation policy. Whilst aplying SOFIA, we urge researchers to leverage the plurality of different qualitative, quantitative and mixed-method approaches in innovation studies, including less conventional methods, such as QCA (Ragin, 2008). Diligent application of SOFIA can also subsequently lead to the development of high-level theoretical contributions.
Najdeno v: ključnih besedah
Ključne besede: technological development, innovations, open innovation, innovation 2.0, regional development, technologies, Regional Policy, circular economy, European Union, EU
Objavljeno: 12.01.2022; Ogledov: 297; Prenosov: 26
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