Creativity and Strategic Innovation Management

Creativity and Strategic Innovation Management

Creativity and Strategic Innovation Management was the first book to integrate innovation management with both change management and creativity to form an innovative guide to survival in rapidly changing market conditions.

Author: Malcolm Goodman

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317199489

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 326

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Creativity and Strategic Innovation Management was the first book to integrate innovation management with both change management and creativity to form an innovative guide to survival in rapidly changing market conditions. Treating creativity as the process, and innovation the result, Goodman and Dingli emphasise the importance of a strategic approach to management through fostering creative processes. Revised and updated for a second edition, this ground-breaking book now includes: A new section on contemporary themes in innovation management, such as the use of social media and sustainability. More coverage of entrepreneurship, ethics, diversity issues and the legal aspects of technology and innovation management. More international cases and real life examples. The book is also supported by a range of new tutor support materials. This textbook is an ideal accompaniment to postgraduate courses on innovation management and creativity management. The focused approach by Goodman and Dingli also makes it useful as supplementary reading on a range of courses from management of technology to strategic management.
Categories: Business & Economics

Creative Strategy

Creative Strategy

People tend to think of creativity and strategy as opposites. This book argues that they are far more similar than we might expect.

Author: Chris Bilton

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781405180191

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

View: 978

People tend to think of creativity and strategy as opposites. This book argues that they are far more similar than we might expect. More than this, actively aligning creative and strategic thinking in any enterprise can enable more effective innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership and organizing for the future. By considering strategy as a creative process (and vice versa), the authors define ‘creative strategy’ as a mindset which switches between opposing processes and characteristics, and which drives every aspect of the business. The authors draw experiences and cases from across this false divide – from the music industry, sports, fashion, Shakespearean theatre companies, creative and media organizations and dance, as well as what we might regard as more mundane providers of mainstream products and services – to uncover the creative connections behind successful strategy. “Creative Strategy is a talisman for those looking to take a new path” Matt Hardisty, Strategy Director, Mother Advertising “It has been said that business is a hybrid of dancing and calculation – the former incorporating the creative within a firm, the latter the strategic. Bilton and Cummings show how these apparently contradictory processes can be integrated. Their insights about how firms can ‘create to strategize’ and ‘strategize to create’ are informative for managers and management scholars alike.” Jay Barney, Professor and Chase Chair of Strategic Management, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University “In today’s world, new thinking – creativity – is required to tackle long-standing problems or address new opportunities. The trouble is few organizations understand how to foster and apply creativity, at least in any consistent manner. This book provides new insights into just how that can be done. It moves creativity from being just the occasional, and fortuitous, flash of inspiration, to being an embedded feature of the way the organization is run.” Sir George Cox, Author of the Cox Review of Creativity in Business for HM Govt., Past Chair of the Design Council
Categories: Business & Economics

The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management

The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management

This volume provides a wide range of perspectives on the nature of innovation management and its influences.

Author: Mark Dodgson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199694945

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 700

View: 651

While innovation is widely recognized as being critical to organizational success and the well-being of societies, it requires careful management to ensure that innovation processes have the best possible impact. This volume provides a wide range of perspectives on the nature of innovation management and its influences.
Categories: Business & Economics

Cases in Strategic Management Creativity and Innovation Perspective

Cases in Strategic Management  Creativity and Innovation Perspective

Key Features of Cases in Strategic Management: Creativity and Innovation Perspective (English) Language: English Publisher: McGraw Hill Education Genre: Academic and Professional

Author: Sanjay Dhir

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN: 9789385965739

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Key Features of Cases in Strategic Management: Creativity and Innovation Perspective (English) Language: English Publisher: McGraw Hill Education Genre: Academic and Professional
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Global Innovation Management

Global Innovation Management

Author: J. Christopher Westland

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 9781137520197

Category: Business

Page: 416

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Categories: Business

Strategic Innovation

Strategic Innovation

The creative aspect of strategy is the central focus of this book.

Author: Charles Baden-Fuller

Publisher:

ISBN: 1861522029

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 461

View: 333

The creative aspect of strategy is the central focus of this book. Through an international selection of case studies, the editors show how creativity fits into the overall context of the manager's role in the firm and the firm within its industry.
Categories: Business & Economics

Harvard Business Essentials

Harvard Business Essentials

Offering insight into the manager's role in sparking creativity & innovation in the organization, this text discusses the most effective methods for bringing innovations to market.

Author: Richard Luecke

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN: 1591391121

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 174

View: 381

Offering insight into the manager's role in sparking creativity & innovation in the organization, this text discusses the most effective methods for bringing innovations to market.
Categories: Business & Economics

The Creative Enterprise

The Creative Enterprise

Cutting-edge perspectives on the art and science of business creativity--from generating new ideas to transforming your company.

Author: Tony Davila

Publisher:

ISBN: 0275986853

Category:

Page:

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Managing Innovation Design and Creativity

Managing Innovation  Design and Creativity

New features to this edition: Insights into how innovation and knowledge of innovation management has evolved since the beginning of the millennium Exploration of leading edge topics such as understanding discontinuous innovation, open ...

Author: Bettina von Stamm

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470510667

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 592

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Innovation is the major driving force in organisations today. With the rise of truly global markets and the intensifying competition for customers, employees and other critical resources, the ability to continuously develop successful innovative products, services, processes and strategies is essential. While creativity is the starting point for any kind of innovation, design is the process through which a creative idea or concept is translated into reality. Managing Innovation, Design and Creativity, 2nd Edition brings these three strands together in a discussion built around a collection of up-to-date case studies.
Categories: Business & Economics

Applying Innovation

Applying Innovation

This book appeals to instructors who want to reduce the "chalk and talk" and increase the hands-on practicality of their courses in innovation management.

Author: David O'Sullivan

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781452285818

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 424

View: 636

A step-by-step approach to applying high-impact innovation principles in any organization Innovation is an important force in creating and sustaining organizational growth. Effective innovation can mean the difference between leading with a particular product, process, or service—and simply following the pack. Innovation transforms mediocre companies into world leaders and ordinary organizations into stimulating environments for employees. Applying Innovation combines the key ingredients from areas including innovation management, strategic planning, performance measurement, creativity, project portfolio management, performance appraisal, knowledge management, and teams to offer an easily applied recipe for enterprise growth. Authors David O'Sullivan and Lawrence Dooley map out the main concepts of the innovation process into a clear, understandable framework—the innovation funnel. Unlike other texts for this course, Applying Innovation goes beyond methodologies and checklists to offer an invaluable step-by-step approach to actually applying high-impact innovation in any organization using a knowledge management systems, whether for a boutique firm or one comprised of thousands of individuals. Key Features: Adopts a practical approach to overseeing innovation that focuses on useful tools and techniques rather than on theory and methodologies Offers student activities within the text for immediate application of key concepts, reinforcing retention and comprehension Teaches students to build and apply effective innovation management systems for any organization successfully, regardless of the firm's size or structure Intended Audience: Applying Innovation is designed for undergraduate and graduate courses such as Innovation Management, Project Management, Strategic Planning, and Performance Management in fields of business, science, and engineering. This book appeals to instructors who want to reduce the "chalk and talk" and increase the hands-on practicality of their courses in innovation management.
Categories: Business & Economics

Strategic Innovative Marketing and Tourism

Strategic Innovative Marketing and Tourism

This book covers a very broad range of topics in marketing, communication, and tourism, focusing especially on new perspectives and technologies that promise to influence the future direction of marketing research and practice in a digital ...

Author: Androniki Kavoura

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030124533

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 1330

View: 969

This book covers a very broad range of topics in marketing, communication, and tourism, focusing especially on new perspectives and technologies that promise to influence the future direction of marketing research and practice in a digital and innovational era. Among the areas covered are product and brand management, strategic marketing, B2B marketing and sales management, international marketing, business communication and advertising, digital and social marketing, tourism and hospitality marketing and management, destination branding and cultural management, and event marketing. The book comprises the proceedings of the International Conference on Strategic Innovative Marketing and Tourism (ICSIMAT) 2018, where researchers, academics, and government and industry practitioners from around the world came together to discuss best practices, the latest research, new paradigms, and advances in theory. It will be of interest to a wide audience, including members of the academic community, MSc and PhD students, and marketing and tourism professionals.
Categories: Business & Economics

Rethinking Strategy for Creative Industries

Rethinking Strategy for Creative Industries

Reflecting this fluid context, this book provides a new perspective on strategy in the Creative Industries.

Author: Milan Todorovic

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317911869

Category: Art

Page: 252

View: 585

Creative Industry practices are increasingly manifested through hybrid models and methods and emerging sub-sectors. With ever finer dividing lines between form and content, product and service, participation and consumption, the distinctions between sectors are increasingly blurred, while new, convergent models emerge. Reflecting this fluid context, this book provides a new perspective on strategy in the Creative Industries. Based on extensive original research and live empirical data derived from case studies, interviews, and observations with creative managers, it reveals strategic decision-making by analysing business manoeuvres and stages of innovation in the Creative Industries. Through analysing the interactive features of aesthetically driven information assets, and how new user/consumer cultures are applied, it uncovers the principles that are transforming strategy in the Creative Industries. This innovative volume will be of significant interest to scholars, advanced students and practitioners in the Creative Industries as well as well as industry consultancies and practitioners.
Categories: Art

The Strategy of Managing Innovation and Technology

The Strategy of Managing Innovation and Technology

The world continues to change at an accelerating pace. The concepts developed in this vast collection of research represent a large part of the study of innovation and technological progress for the past century.

Author: Murray R. Millson

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: UOM:39076002777287

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 986

View: 810

For undergraduate courses in Innovation and Creativity, or for graduate students in schools of management, business, or engineering and technology management programs. A comprehensive collection of research illustrating advances in innovation over the past century, this unique anthology equips its readers with the knowledge and tools to construct a model of innovation and effectively implement it in both business and non-business settings. The world continues to change at an accelerating pace. The concepts developed in this vast collection of research represent a large part of the study of innovation and technological progress for the past century. An excellent resource for students and practitioners, it offers readers in-depth insight into many of the areas that influence and are influenced by the innovation process giving them an excellent perspective for conceptualizing the innovation process.
Categories: Business & Economics

Business Models for Strategic Innovation

Business Models for Strategic Innovation

This book extends our understanding of how different cross- functional business and management disciplines, such as innovation and entrepreneurship, strategic management, marketing and HRM, individually and collectively underpin innovation ...

Author: S. M. Riad Shams

Publisher: Annals of Business Research

ISBN: 081536721X

Category: Diffusion of innovations

Page: 192

View: 377

This book extends our understanding of how different cross- functional business and management disciplines, such as innovation and entrepreneurship, strategic management, marketing and HRM, individually and collectively underpin innovation in business management. Business Models for Strategic Innovation develops insights from cross-disciplinary business knowledge streams and their cutting edge discipline-specific practical implications to create a cross- functional business innovation management model. Novel cross- disciplinary knowledge plays an imperative role in business innovation and we know that innovative management processes have significant implications for effective cross- functional management. In this context, each chapter of the book presents fresh insights on diverse business knowledge- streams as well as their applied implications on cross- functional business innovation management. Finally, centred on these cross- disciplinary business theories and their cutting edge implications, the last chapter of this book proposes a model of strategic cross- functional business innovation management process. This academically rigorous work uses innovative theoretical propositions and state- of- the- art empirical analysis in order to enable cross- functional management teams to support organisation- wide business innovation processes.
Categories: Diffusion of innovations

The Creative Edge

The Creative Edge

Fostering Innovation Where You Work William C Miller ... 12 and new work ethic ,
14 – 16 Project managers , 121 , 122 Purpose balancing , with market demands ,
156 – 164 and creative strategic planning , 164 - 165 and vision , 149 – 153 ...

Author: William C Miller

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:49015000385139

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 252

View: 988

Categories: Business & Economics

The Seeds of Innovation

The Seeds of Innovation

This is a practical guide to getting profitable and strategic creative contributions from every employee.

Author: Elaine Dundon

Publisher: Amacom

ISBN: 0814471463

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 241

View: 728

This is a practical guide to getting profitable and strategic creative contributions from every employee.
Categories: Business & Economics

Innovation Management

Innovation Management

Building on the success of the previous edition, this new edition offers: • 86 international case studies that illustrate both the theory and practice of managing innovation and range from the service to the manufacturing and from the ...

Author: Keith Goffin

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 9781137373441

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 440

View: 869

Innovation management is one of the most important and challenging aspects of modern business. Innovation can be a fundamental driver of competitiveness, but it can also be risky and create uncertainty. In the new edition of this leading text, the authors continue to blend successfully their industry experience with extensive MA26 research to provide a concise and practical approach to developing and implementing strategies. The tools they describe can be used to improve performance in both service and manufacturing companies, and the text is an excellent practical resource for students and managers alike. Building on the success of the previous edition, this new edition offers: • 86 international case studies that illustrate both the theory and practice of managing innovation and range from the service to the manufacturing and from the public to not-for-profit sectors • New video feature featuring high-profile business managers from around the world • Well-known and authoritative author team with a wealth of industry experience, who bring a unique authority and insight into innovation management • Highly readable with a great mix of theory, case studies, frameworks and toolkit ensuring the content is both relevant and applied • Critical reflections throughout on all aspects of innovation management combined with practical 'Management Recommendations' – making it a textbook that is highly relevant to managers. • A comprehensive website with answers to questions in the book, the videos, and extensive lecturer resources
Categories: Business & Economics

Leadership and Organization in the Innovation Economy

Leadership and Organization in the Innovation Economy

Here, leading innovation expert Jon-Arild Johannessen offers a replacement to traditional goal-driven management and New Public Management (NPM).

Author: Jon-Arild Johannessen

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781789738599

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 144

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Since the 1980s, society has undergone enormous change. And yet management styles have stayed the same, not adapting to the change in focus from efficiency and productivity, to creativity and innovation. Here, leading innovation expert Jon-Arild Johannessen offers a replacement to traditional goal-driven management and New Public Management (NPM).
Categories: Business & Economics

Technological Innovation Strategy and Management

Technological Innovation  Strategy and Management

The book covers the most relevant topics on the discipline of Innovation Management, such as the conceptual framework for innovation and technology, the study of innovation sources, the strategic management of innovation and technology, ...

Author: Juan Vicente Garcia Manjon

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company

ISBN: 9811211450

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 332

View: 493

Technological Innovation: Strategy and Management offers a comprehensive analysis of technological innovation management from a strategic and integrated approach. The book covers the most relevant topics on the discipline of Innovation Management, such as the conceptual framework for innovation and technology, the study of innovation sources, the strategic management of innovation and technology, innovation enablers (organization, leadership, culture, human capital, creativity and learning), innovation outcomes (product and process innovation), and the evaluation and control of the innovation process. It particularly highlights the role of innovation and technology to build sustainable competitive advantages. The book references the most relevant and updated research work in this realm. This can be helpful for researchers, scholars and practitioners who want to have an updated guide on the state-of-the-art technological innovation management.
Categories: Technology & Engineering