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Demand and user-driven innovation policy framework (part I) and action plan (part II) by Finland. Työ- ja elinkeinoministeriö

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Published by Ministry of Employment and the Economy, Edita Publishing [distrib.] in [Helsinki] .
Written in English


  • Forecasting,
  • Organizational change,
  • Government policy,
  • International Competition,
  • Technological innovations,
  • Organizational effectiveness

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SeriesPublications of the Ministry of Employment and the Economy -- 48/2010
LC ClassificationsHD58.8 .F523 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination100 p. :
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25297782M
ISBN 109789522274175, 9789522274182
LC Control Number2011428009

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Presents research in Employee-Driven Innovation, an emergent field of study that meets the demand for exploiting new innovative potentials in organizations. There is a growing interest in creating new knowledge in innovation, emphasizing human resources and social processes. The authors intend to take the global lead in research on these areas.   Demand- and User-Driven Innovation Management In Public Organizations 1. Niinikoski, Marja-Liisa – Aalto University, School of Economics, June 8, , HelsinkiDemand- and user-driven innovation management in public organizationsAbstractTo a large extent innovation studies, and more precisely innovation management studies, have beenfocused on . 3. Increasing awareness of demand and user-driven innovation íA new website () will be established for spreading awareness of user-driven innovation and for networking actors in the field íInno-Suomi Award to highlight user-driven innovation 1. Competitiveness by strengthening knowledge-base and awareness of demand and user-driven.   If we accept those three rationales as justifying policy intervention on the demand side, the call for demand-side innovation policy is compelling. Demand-side policy refers to all public action to do one or more of the following: Induce innovation and/or speed up the diffusion of innovation by supporting the willingness or ability to ask for.

Finland has adopted a general plan for demand-side innovation – The Finnish Policy Framework and Action Plan for Demand and User-Driven Innovation Policy (). And the United Kingdom’s plan, Innovation Nation (), introduced demand .   The Finnish National Innovation Strategy contains an important section on demand and user-driven innovation, with user-driven innovation. being described as: “User-driven innovation makes use of information on customers, user communities and customer companies. It engages users as active participants in innovation activity. This book examines dynamics between demand and innovation and provides insights into the rationale and scope for public policies to foster demand for innovation. It shows the potential - but also the limits - of using public procurement, regulations or standards to stimulate public and private demand for innovation, including among by: 1. Users as innovators? Exploring the limitations of user driven innovation Paul Trott, Patrick Van Der Duin and Dap Hartmann Delft University of Technology Faculty of Technology, Policy & Management Section of Technology Strategy & Entrepreneurship Jaffalaan 5, BX Delft, P.O. Box , GA Delft, The Netherlands. All future Cited by: 8.