|Statement||Keith Dickson, Stephen Smith, Adrian Woods.|
|Contributions||Smith, Stephen., Woods, Adrian., Economic and Social Research Council Centre for Research on Small Service Enterprises, Kingston University., Department of Management Studies, Brunel University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||75|
Technological Innovation for Industry and Service Systems 10th IFIP WG /SOCOLNET Advanced Doctoral Conference on Computing, Electrical and Industrial Systems, DoCEIS , Costa de Caparica, Portugal, May 8–10, , Proceedings. Editors: Camarinha-Matos, Luis, Almeida, Ricardo, Oliveira, José (Eds.) Free Preview. ABSTRACTIn this paper, the links between investment in innovation activities, innovation outputs (technological and non-technological innovation) and productivity in services vis-à-vis the manufacturing sector are explored using innovation survey data from Uruguay. The size of firms, their cooperation in R&D activities, the use of public financial support, patent protection and the use of Cited by: New York Review of Books, LXII(13), 13 August, 54– Google Scholar; Pippel, G  R&D cooperation for non-technological innovations. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 23(7), – Crossref, Google ScholarCited by: 6. lation of the manufacturing sector and also of some selected service sectors (only ﬁrms with more than 10 employees were considered). Each country performed, at the ﬁrm level, the usual.
vices, process innovation, technological innovation, changes in organizational structure and in personnel policy. % of companies and organizations implemented at least 2 different types of innovation. There are differences among sectors with respect to innovation – relatively speaking, a. Illustrating the influence of firms’ technology intensity, Caloghirou et al. () remind us that, during most of the s (before the expansion of biotechnology and advanced-materials research), high-technology sectors were responsible for 40% of the innovation cooperation partnerships, growing to almost 60% during the late s and early. The role and influence of information technology related to business and value creation of a firm are discussed controversially. The question how technology can drive service innovations is especially crucial in highly competitive and quickly developing areas such as digital platforms – and at the same time not well understood. This study investigates the role of information technology for. Sources of innovation and technological cooperation Cooperation for innovation 5. Innovation activities and R&D spending by innovative firms Innovation rates in manufacturing, mining and selected segments of the service sector – Brazil & São Paulo State, 7 .
Technological innovation is quite a diffused and variegated phenomenon in market services. Engineering, technical consultancy, computing and software emerge as the most innovative sectors. Innovation expenditure per employee in these industries is rather close to the manufacturing average. Ettlie & Bridges () suggest that technology policy reflects the innovative attitude of an organization and its commitment to innovation. Although technology can play a vital role in any organization’s innovation process, but too much technology might even stifle innovation by standardizing the existing workflows and processes. Technological Innovation: Concept, Process, Typology and Implications in the Economy Mihaela DIACONU “Petre Andrei” University of Iaşi [email protected] Abstract. Growing interest worldwide to boost innovation in business sector activities, especially the technology, is intended to maintain or increase national economic competitiveness. Thus technological innovation is a part of the total innovation discipline. It focuses specifically on technology and how to embody it successfully in products, services and processes. Technology as a body of knowledge might thus be seen as a building block for technological innovation, serving as comerstone to research, design.