This edited volume explores how the rapid development of business model innovation changes innovation management at an international level. It discusses the next phases in its development, and the impact that this could have on the field. The authors identify and examine recent trends which have the potential to disrupt the traditional way of managing innovation, notably in terms of creativity, product development, and process change. In line with the constant globalization of innovation, the second volume of Revolution of Innovation Management offers a variety of international perspective on these topics with illustrations and analysis coming from Asia, America, and Europe.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Revolution of Innovation Management: Internationalization and Business Models (Alexander Brem & Eric Viardot).- Chapter 2 Open innovation in an international perspective: how to organise for (radical) product (Mette Præst Knudsen, Tina Lundø Tranekjer, and Uwe Cantner).- Chapter 3 Chaebol’s Innovation Management without an Economic Miracle (Ingyu Oh).- Chapter 4 Innovation in China: The State of Art and Future Perspectives (Jin Chen, Rebecca Wenjing LV).- Chapter 5 Looking at Business Model Innovation and Innovation Eco-Systems and How They Are Evolving (Arvind Sahay & Arunaditya Sahay).- Chapter 6 Business model revolution: Four cases of the fastest growing distruptiuve companies of the 21st century (Robin Chu).- Chapter 7 The role of communication as a dynamic capability in business model innovation (Nicole Pfeffermann).- Chapter 8 innovation in family firms: a review of prior studies and a framework for future research (Andrea Urbinati, Simone Franzò, Alfredo De Massis, Federico Frattini).- Chapter 9 Responsible Research and Innovation Revisited: Aligning Product Development Processes with the Corporate Responsibility Agenda (Fiona Lettice, Helen Rogers, Emad Yaghmaei and Kulwant S. Pawar) .