A Guide to Planning and Managing Open Innovative Ecosystems

João Leitão
University of Beira Interior, Portugal

Vanessa Ratten
La Trobe University, Australia

Jean Barroca
University of Lisbon, Portgual

Product Details
16 Oct 2020
Emerald Publishing Limited
200 pages - 152 x 229mm
Digital technology in the form of big data and data analytics is transforming the global economy. This book is the first to take an open innovation perspective to the study and practice of ecosystems, providing a novel way of understanding the impact data has on the way entrepreneurial firms develop. Governments are emphasising the use of open innovation ecosystems due to increased levels of digitalization in the global economy. This enables information and knowledge to be disseminated in a way that enables entrepreneurial projects to develop. 

Written primarily for practitioners and academic researchers, A Guide to Planning and Managing Open Innovative Ecosystems focuses on the unique nature of open innovation by utilising a government and data perspective. This helps to understand the dynamic manner in which digital technology in the form of big data is changing society. The role of the government in influencing an open innovation culture in society is discussed through the use of different cultural examples, enabling a holistic perspective about how government and data are influencing entrepreneurial endeavours.
Chapter 1. Planning and managing open innovative ecosystems, data and government; Vanessa Ratten and Abu Zafar Shahriar
Chapter 2. Understanding Bio Health Technologies Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: An Intellectual Capital Approach; Angela Gonçalves, Dina Pereira, João Leitão and Maria del Mar Fuentes
Chapter 3. Transformative university in quadruple helix sustainability governance; Ufuk Gur
Chapter 4. Entrepreneurship and university brands: the sense of belonging in higher education; Bruno Sousa and Filipa Magalhães
Chapter 5. Business concept in a health-related donation context; Park Thaichon, Amani Alsalem and Scott Weaven
Chapter 6. Empowerment and performance in SMEs: Examining the effect of employees' ethical values and emotional intelligence; Konstantinos Koronios, Dimitropoulos Panagiotis, Athanasios Kriemadis, John Douvis, Marios Papaloukas and Vanessa Ratten
Chapter 7. Technology ecosystems in sport: a bibliometric analysis; Paloma Escamilla-Fajardo, Juan Nunez-Pomar and Vanessa Ratten
Chapter 8. International sport organizations and internationalization of sports firms; Kadir Yıldız and Yeşer Eroğlu
Chapter 9. Traditional cultural industry in Jepara: An open innovative ecosystem approach; Danu Patria, Petrus Usmanij and Vanessa Ratten
Chapter 10. An education ecosystem view to managing ethics and entrepreneurial intention; Roos Kities Andadari, Ristiyanti Prasetyo, Rosally Franksiska, Yustina Pravitasmara, Dewi Petrus Usmanij and Vanessa Ratten
Chapter 11. State owned companies and innovative ecosystem: a case of 3kg LPG ; Roos Kities Andadari, Yulius Pratomo, Petrus Usmani and Vanessa Ratten
João Leitão holds a Habilitation in Technological Change and Entrepreneurship from the University of Lisbon. Since 1999, he has been an Assistant Professor (tenured) in Economics and Entrepreneurship. 

Vanessa Ratten is an Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. She is a recognised expert on entrepreneurship and innovation with a specific focus on sport entrepreneurship and technology innovation. 

Jean Barroca is a Senior Manager of Deloitte and PhD student, Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon. His research interests include, Innovation in Cities, Smart Cities and Public Policies.

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