Essays about: "Keywords: Front End Innovation"

Found 4 essays containing the words Keywords: Front End Innovation.

  1. 1. Understanding the fuel of innovation - A comparative case study on the role and importance of organisational and individual knowledge in the idea generation process in high and low organisational knowledge environments

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Matilda Ljudén; Maximilian Schmidt; [2018]
    Keywords : Keywords: Front End Innovation; Idea Generation; Creativity; Knowledge; Knowledge Management; Innovation; Social Networks; Explorative Innovation; Exploitative Innovation; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Date of the seminar: May 23rd, 2018 Course: ENTN39 Master’s Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation Internship and degree project (Master’s thesis 15 ECTS) Authors: Matilda Ljudén & Maximilian Schmidt Supervisor: Joakim Winborg Examiner: Sotaro Shibayama Keywords: Front End Innovation, Idea Generation, Creativity, Knowledge, Knowledge Management, Innovation, Social Networks, Explorative Innovation, Exploitative Innovation Research question: How does the role and importance of individual and organisational knowledge differs in the stages of idea generation in high versus low organisational knowledge environments? Methodology: The research was conducted as a qualitative comparative case study. The research followed an abductive approach with tendencies towards a more deductive approach. READ MORE

  2. 2. Understanding the boost for knowledge sharing in the front-end: A single case study about motivation to cross-functional share knowledge in the front-end

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Carl-Johan Herslow; Max-Joseph Wild; [2018]
    Keywords : Front-end innovation; knowledge sharing; motivation; cross-functional communication; conditions; knowledge management; fuzzy front-end; high-technology firms; innovation process; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Title: Understanding the boost for knowledge sharing in the front-end: A single case study about motivation to cross-functional share knowledge in the front-end Date: May 2018 Course: ENTN39 Master’s Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation Internship and degree project (Master’s thesis 15 ECTS) Authors: Herslow, Carl-Johan & Wild, Max-Joseph Supervisor: Ass. Professor Shibayama, Sotaro Examiner: Ass. READ MORE

  3. 3. What is all the fuzz about? A FMCG brand portfolio case study of formalisation in the front end of innovation

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : My Magnusson; Mink Kempen; [2017]
    Keywords : Decision Making; Formalisation; Front End of Innovation; Funnelling; New Product Development; Project Portfolio Management; Project Portfolio Objectives.; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Title: What is all the fuzz about? A FMCG brand portfolio case study of formalisation in the Front End of Innovation. Date of the seminar: 23 May 2017 Course: ENTN39 Master ́s Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation Internship and degree project (Master ́s thesis 15 ECTS) Authors: Mink Kempen and My Magnusson Supervisor: Joakim Winborg Examiner: Ass. READ MORE

  4. 4. Influencing the Front-End of Innovation: A Study of Resource Challenges in The Banking Sector

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Ross McKinlay; Adam Kachra-Johansson; [2017]
    Keywords : Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Abstract Title: Influencing the Front-End of Innovation: A Study of Resource Challenges in The Banking Sector Date of Hand-in: 17/05/2017 Course: Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Internship and degree project ENTN 39 (Master’s Thesis 15 ECTS) Author: Adam Kachra-Johansson and Ross Mckinlay Supervisor: Joakim Winborg Examiner: Sotaro Shibayama Keywords: Resources, Resource challenges, Resource scarcity, Front-end of innovation, New Service Development Research Question: How do resource challenges influence the front-end of innovation in the banking industry? Methodology: An inductive approach, with deductive elements as well, was used within this case study. Semi-structured interviews were the main method of data collection, and the qualitative data analysis was done in line with Gioia et al. READ MORE