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Review: innovation process frameworks
Innovation publications have been recently described as fragmented and inconsistent. Consequently the field requires work to synthesise the literature and provide a coherent review of frameworks that have been developed ...
Incubating engineers: entrepreneur-student collaboration in the teaching of entrepreneurship to mechanical engineers
This paper will provide an example of using student-entrepreneur collaboration in the teaching of a module on entrepreneurship to Mechanical Engineering final year students at the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) ...
Phenomenological Realism: A Pragmatic Lens for Information Systems Research
The growing influence of the paradigm of Pragmatism on information systems (IS) research has resulted in some scholars arguing that the perspective should be regarded as an explicit research approach alongside established ...
Can appreciative inquiry reawaken the spirit of action research?
The paper seeks to explore how Appreciative Inquiry (AI) can contribute to Action Research (AR), especially in the Irish health sector.
Aristotle’s phronesis: putting some meat on the philosophy of innovation
This paper investigates Aristotle’s ethical writings, especially examining his synthesis of the ideas of knowledge and wisdom and their application in practice. This he achieved through the concept of phronesis (phronēsis) ...
Innovation management in a multi-national corporation’s subsidiary of Ireland’s evolving knowledge economy
Innovation management is now seen as an important competitive advantage for Multi-national Corporation (MNC) subsidiaries located in Ireland’s changing economy. This paper reports on the initial stages of a case study in ...
Simulation Action Learning (SAL): a methodology for teaching design thinking
Problem-based learning (PBL) is now regarded as being one of the most noteworthy innovations in the area of education for the professions. The approach had its beginning in the education of medical students but has since ...
Innovation ecosystems: a conceptual framework
This paper addresses the need for a theoretical framework to stimulate research in the area of innovation ecosystems by building on historical analysis of innovation definitions. The work is a response to the assessment ...
Short interval management and the quest for process innovation: something new or déjà vu
Ireland still punches way above its weight internationally attracting 2% of total global foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2008 which amounted to circa €2 billion (IDA, 2009). The focus of the IDA (Industrial Development ...
Building a dolmen: an ISD approach to the management of innovation
This paper addresses a “challenge in practice” by describing the initial stage of an information systems development (ISD) project to support the management of innovation within a subsidiary of APC-MGE. To begin with, a ...