Matchmaking Innovation Partnerships (Workshop)

Thomas Holzmann, Brendan Galbraith, Klaus Sailer, Bernhard Katzy

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Abstract

External cooperation is seen by many to further innovation: in clusters, for open innovation, in innovation systems, or networks, just to name a few. If this is so, finding suitable partners is of strategic relevance. But our theoretical understanding of the matchmaking phenomena is limited with only few available studies and theories with little predictive value for managerial action. The aim of the special issue and workshop is to anchor match making in a deeper theoretical perspective and contribute to an ongoing discussion in academia and practice.This workshop discusses theoretical and empirical contributions to further our understanding of matchmaking, its processes as well as antecedents and success factors.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 24 Jun 2013
Event2013 IEEE International Technology Management Conference & 19th ICE Conference - The Hague, Netherlands
Duration: 24 Jun 2013 → …

Conference

Conference2013 IEEE International Technology Management Conference & 19th ICE Conference
Period24/06/13 → …

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Innovation
Matchmaking
Innovation networks
Success factors
Innovation system
Open innovation

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Holzmann, T., Galbraith, B., Sailer, K., & Katzy, B. (2013). Matchmaking Innovation Partnerships (Workshop). In Unknown Host Publication
Holzmann, Thomas ; Galbraith, Brendan ; Sailer, Klaus ; Katzy, Bernhard. / Matchmaking Innovation Partnerships (Workshop). Unknown Host Publication. 2013.
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