Über den Autor
The authors are management scholars whose main areas of research concern organization design, strategy and innovation management with a specific focus on the issue of organizing open innovation. This volume brings together contributions that aim to stimulate the discussion on a multi-level perspective on open innovation, suggesting that an appropriate level to understand firm sourcing decisions is at the level of innovation projects.
How Open Innovation research can benefit from the project level of analysis.- Exploring the knowledge space through project-based sourcing decisions.- Outsourcing at the project level.- In-licensing decisions at a project level: The link between contract structuring and the distance of the in-licensed technology.- Open innovation at firm and project level: Future research agenda.
Renews the current theoretical debate on project-based learning and R&D sourcing
Provides theoretical and empirical arguments on the advantages of a more fine-grained level of analysis to understand how firms organize their innovation processes across boundaries
Draws on innovation literature and knowledge-based perspectives to answer key questions in the field