Management of innovation networks

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Management of innovation networks by Mind Map: Management of innovation networks

1. B. Innovation Management (nico)

1.1. Strategic

1.1.1. Vision, mission, culture Factors fostering innovation

1.1.2. Planning Competencies Technologies

1.2. Human Resources

1.2.1. Organizational design (Job analysis) Key players

1.2.2. Recruiting and selection

1.2.3. Performance appraisal

1.2.4. Training and development

1.2.5. Compensation and benefits

1.2.6. Organization Change, Development & Learning

1.3. Operations

1.3.1. Innovation process stages Initial shock to organization Creative process Preparation Incubation Intimation Insight Verification, elaboration and application Ideas proliferate Setbacks and surprises are likely to occur Opportunities for trial-and-error learning, blending of old and new ideas Organization restructuring Technical development Commercialization Hands-on approach of top management through all the process

1.4. Marketing

1.4.1. Marketing information systems

1.4.2. Marketing control systems Multichannel communication & monitoring CEM customer experience management Value co-creation Innovation process Social network generates the idea Innovators concentrate the idea

1.5. R&D performance measurement

1.5.1. Process indicators Concept generation Product development Process innovation Technology acquisition Others Leadership Resourcing Systems and tools Increased competitivness

1.5.2. Performance Measurement Systems for R&D units Objectives Dimensions performance Financial Customer Internal processes Learning & growth Control objects Functional department Project team R&D unit Individuals Indicators Quantitative Qualitative Measurement process Frequency Targets

1.5.3. contribution of R&D to value creation Synthetic indexes The Technology Value Pyramid (TVP) R&D link to strategic goals R&D operational performance

1.6. Knowledge management

1.6.1. Cognitive network

1.6.2. Community network

2. D. Existing models for Management of innovation networks (naty)

2.1. Approaches to management in innovation networks

2.1.1. Transaction costs theory

2.1.2. Social Capital Theory

2.1.3. Hub firms and Orchestration

2.1.4. Nature of the innovation network Rigid Temporary network duration (project) Profits as rewards Network as a mean for complementary resources Traditional organization Planning and control are important Hierarchies should be avoided (one coordinator is needed) Free Continuous network duration Self-fulfillment and friendship as rewards Network as an end for self-fulfillment Virtual organization Trust is important Hierarchies should be avoided (one coordinator is needed)

2.1.5. Virtual Organizations

2.2. Central success factors

2.3. Management and control in Innovation Networks

2.3.1. Theory O and E

3. C. Network Management (nico)

3.1. Strategic

3.1.1. Network elements Nodes Resources Activities Actors Links (relationships) Competitiveness Complementarity

3.1.2. Key network levels Industries as network Firms in network Relationship portfolio Exchange relationship

3.1.3. Network Management method definition

3.2. Management of Business networks (in general)

3.2.1. Size

3.2.2. founders team

3.2.3. Successful vs Failure Business Network

4. New node

5. A. Innovation networks (naty)

5.1. Innovation

5.1.1. Innovation Definitions

5.1.2. Types of innovation Product Process Incremental Radical Position Paradigm Systemic Autonomous

5.1.3. Innovation Strategies

5.2. Networks

5.2.1. Definition of busines network

5.2.2. Types of Business networks According to their structure Horizontal Vertical By capital intensity With high concentration of capital goods Without high concentration of capital goods By level of aggregation Simple Networks Network of networks

5.2.3. Network vs clusters

5.2.4. Advantages and obstacles of Business Networks

5.2.5. Economic Agents

5.3. Open Innovation

5.3.1. Levels of analysis Individuals or Intra-organizational networks Firm Level Dyad level Inter-organizational Networks level National or regional systems level

5.4. Innovation Networks

5.4.1. Definition

5.4.2. Knowledge Flows

5.4.3. Ties in innovation Networks

5.4.4. Key institutions

5.4.5. Innovation Networks as a worldwide movement

5.4.6. Advantages & Disadvantages

5.4.7. Areas of application

5.4.8. Types cross-sectoral multi-disciplinary

5.4.9. The ideal Innovation Network