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How to Structure the Innovation System of the Company

  • Heinz Hübner
Part of the Kasseler Wirtschafts- und Verwaltungswissenschaften book series (KWV, volume 1)

Abstract

Engaged with the management of Technology and Innovation, up to now most companies are putting the emphasis on organizing single innovation processes. Meeting the competition in innovation in future will require a systematic use of external resources, taking into account measures of governments which create the public climate for innovation. Consequently, an Innovation System has to be established in the company, which itself may be understood as a component of an overall (inter-)national Innovation System. The paper deals with this need and with the question of how to design the company’s Innovation System. The contribution includes some results of discussion within the corresponding Working Group, which altogether are documented hereunder.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Heinz Hübner
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  1. 1.Management Science — Technology Impact & Innovation ResearchUniversity of KasselGermany

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