L'innovation ouverte dans un contexte organisationnel

Abstract : This thesis studies the changes in the organizational structure determined by the implementation of open innovation. Specifically, we consider the changes in the deep and formal structure of a firm. We study these changes in nine firms by using primary data collected through semi-structured interviews and secondary data consisting of firms’ annual reports and journal articles. Our results consist of a new definition of inbound open innovation, a proposition of a contingency model of open innovation at firm level and a deep understanding of the way open innovation impacts the firm. The definition of inbound open innovation we propose emphasizes three main aspects : the integration the openness of innovation into the firm’s formal innovation strategy and the systematic and frequent use of collaborations with various actors in the innovation process.
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Daniel Bageac. L'innovation ouverte dans un contexte organisationnel. Gestion et management. CERGAM - Centre d'Etudes et de Recherche en Gestion d'Aix-Marseille, 2013. Français. ⟨tel-01365985⟩

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