Search for dissertations about: "innovation change"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 280 swedish dissertations containing the words innovation change.

  1. 1. Dancing innovation : How can we use knowledge from contemporary dance to enable innovation in organisations?

    Author : Nina Bozic Yams; Tomas Backström; Clive Holtham; Mälardalens högskola; []
    Keywords : innovation; enabling; contemporary dance; Innovation and Design; innovation och design;

    Abstract : In today´s fast changing global environment, organizations from both private and public sectors are under an increased pressure to continuously change and adapt in order to survive and provide meaningful services and products to their users. Innovation has therefore become an on-going effort that is not only a matter of R&D and product development departments, but rather a responsibility of all employees. READ MORE

  2. 2. Change in the Pharmaceutical Industry : Aspects on Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Openness, and Decision Making

    Author : Thomas Hedner; Magnus Klofsten; Johan Braet; Mirjam Knockaert; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : ; Pharmaceutical industry; Big Pharma; life sciences; drug discovery; drug development; business model; innovation; closed innovation; open innovation; entrepreneurship; intellectual property; multiple stakeholders; decision making; judgment; uncertainty; go no-go; go no-go recycle; company; SME.; Läkemedelsindustri; Big Pharma; biovetenskap; läkemedelsutveckling; utveckling av läkemedel; FoU; affärsmodell; innovation; stängd innovation; öppen innovation; entreprenörskap; immaterialrätt; beslutsfattande; osäkerhet; go no-go; go no-go recycle; företag; små och medelstora företag;

    Abstract : Over the past century, the pharmaceutical industry has been a major contributor of individual and population health and societal wealth. Its products and services have contributed to longevity of large groups of patients and symptom relief from major diseases. READ MORE

  3. 3. The pace of innovation : Patterns of innovation in the cardiac pacemaker industry

    Author : Patrik Hidefjäll; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Cardiac Pacemaker; Competition; Competitive Advantage; Defibrillator; Dominant Design; Innovation; Organizational Field; Patterns of Innovation; Technical Change; Technology Cycle; INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AREAS; TVÄRVETENSKAPLIGA FORSKNINGSOMRÅDEN;

    Abstract : The PhD thesis "The Pace of Innovation" addresses the questions how patterns of innovation change over time in an industry, their consequences for competition and how institutional conditions in an industry shape determinants of patterns of innovation. Patterns of innovation mainly refer to how certain regularities in the diversity, types and locus of innovation change in an industry according to a technology and industry life cycle. READ MORE

  4. 4. Locating Biotech Innovation : Places, Flows and Unruly Processes

    Author : Henrik Mattsson; Anders Malmberg; Dominic Power; Peter Dicken; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : Social and economic geography; Biotech; Biotechnology; Innovation; Creativity; Clusters; Innovation systems; Technology policy; Regional development; Economic spaces; Time-geography; Time-space; Mobility; Knowledge; Knowledge workers; Agglomeration; Talent; Biotech firms; Innovation Policy; Kulturgeografi;

    Abstract : This thesis begins by making two observations. First, that the regional economic landscapes in which we all live our daily lives, and which provide the basis for employment and prosperity, are constantly changing. READ MORE

  5. 5. Two facets of Innovation in Engineering Education : The interplay of Student Learning and Curricula Design

    Author : Anders Berglund; Sofia Ritzén; Martin Edin Grimheden; Margareta Norell Bergendahl; William Ion; KTH; []
    Keywords : Engineering education; innovation; design; learning elements; student; change; Ingenjörsutbildning; innovation; design; lärandeelement; student; förändring;

    Abstract : This thesis covers two main perspectives ofinnovation; first, innovation is regarded as an outcome-related mechanism wherelearning is expressed through artefact presentations at the end of adevelopment process; second, innovation comprises a change mechanism in theprocess of student learning, influencing educators to reconsider new methods andpractices. Building on qualitative data from engineering design courses, theaim has been to explore how learning elements in engineering educationinfluence students during early-phase innovation. READ MORE