Management of networked R&D processes

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Abstract

This paper attempts to answer the following two questions: 1) what are the main challenges related to networked R&D operations, and 2) what kinds of management models for networked R&D are being applied? The research is based on a literature study, an action research project in the field of innovation management, and seven interviews carried out in November- December 2003 with representatives of Finnish industry in the areas of development and strategy. The results of the study depicted in the paper can be summarised as follows: First, the paper serves as a creation of preunderstanding of network theory in the context of networked R&D management. Second, the main challenges and benefits related to networked R&D are described. Third, a model of success elements of R&D networking are illustrated based on empirical data from the interviews combined with a theoretical discussion of managing R&D in networks.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceeding of the 5th International CINet Conference
Place of PublicationSydney
PublisherUniversity of Western Sydney
Pages490 - 499
ISBN (Electronic)978-174-10806-9-8
ISBN (Print)1-74108-069X
Publication statusPublished - 2004
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
Event5th International CINet Conference - Sydney, Australia
Duration: 22 Sep 200425 Sep 2004

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Conference5th International CINet Conference
CountryAustralia
CitySydney
Period22/09/0425/09/04

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Network theory
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Empirical data
Industry
Management of innovation
Networking

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Apilo, T. (2004). Management of networked R&D processes. In Proceeding of the 5th International CINet Conference (pp. 490 - 499 ). Sydney: University of Western Sydney.
Apilo, Tiina. / Management of networked R&D processes. Proceeding of the 5th International CINet Conference. Sydney : University of Western Sydney, 2004. pp. 490 - 499
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