Toward a value theory of innovation - a Grounded theory approach

Ferrers, R. (2008). Toward a value theory of innovation - a Grounded theory approach. In: 25th DRUID Celebration Conference 2008. 25th DRUID Celebration Conference 2008 on Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Copenhagan, Denmark, (1-38). 17-20 June, 2008.


Author Ferrers, R.
Title of paper Toward a value theory of innovation - a Grounded theory approach
Conference name 25th DRUID Celebration Conference 2008 on Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Conference location Copenhagan, Denmark
Conference dates 17-20 June, 2008
Convener Maskell, P.
Proceedings title 25th DRUID Celebration Conference 2008
Place of Publication Copenhagan, Denmark
Publisher Copenhagen Business School
Publication Year 2008
Year available 2008
Sub-type Fully published paper
Issue #3396
Start page 1
End page 38
Total pages 38
Collection year 2009
Language eng
Abstract/Summary This paper introduces, positions and tests the preliminary results of a new theory about innovation, called Value Management, against its own criteria of value, in relation to related theoretical and practical literature. The aim is to show that value management adds value in these situations, for its customers, innovation and customer value scholars, and to explain through this example, what value is, and how value relates to innovation. The theoretical literature is Christensen (1997) in the innovation literature and Zeithaml (1988) in the customer value literature, and the practical literature is the recent Advisory Committee report (2008) to the US Secretary of Commerce on ‘Measuring Innovation’.
Subjects E1
150307 Innovation and Technology Management
910406 Technological and Organisational Innovation
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Additional Notes Published on conference website

 
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