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Title: Open innovation in low tech industries: in the case of food & drink industry
Authors: Ferrero, Roberto
Lazzarotti, Valentina
Manzini, Raffaella
Nani, Alessandro
Pellegrini, Luisa
Tellini, Bernardo
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Continuous innovation network (CINet)
Bibliographic citation: Ferrero Roberto, et al. (2012), Open innovation in low tech industries: the case of food & drink industry. In: Continuous Innovation Across Boundaries: 13th International continuous innovation network (CINet) conference, Rome, Italy, 16-18 September 2012. Overdinkel, The Netherlands: Continuous innovation network (CINet), p. 317-342. ISBN 978-90-77360-15-6.
Abstract: Both academics and managers are continuously asking to improve knowledge about the practice of open innovation, and invite researchers to include in their analysis traditional, low tech industries, which have been poorly investigated (Gassmann et al., 2010). While accepting this invitation, we focus our attention in a particular low tech industry - the food & drink industry (FDI) - that is in a transition phase because, although traditionally characterized by a low attitude towards OI, is recently opening its innovation processes, as a consequence of the evolution of the competitive context. Hence, a survey, involving 284 companies from three countries (UK, Italy and Spain) was developed. Results show that FDI can be outlined as a sector under increasing pressures to open. This is an important result, which adds to the current debate in the literature, which is still contrasting in understanding the role exerted by industry in the OI choices.
URI: http://arl.liuc.it/dspace/handle/2468/2690
Journal/Book: Continuous innovation across boundaries: 13th International continuous innovation network (CINet) conference, Rome, Italy, 16-18 September 2012
ISBN: 978-90-77360-15-6
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