Innovation through Knowledge Transfer 2010

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ISBN: 978-3-642-20507-1 (Print) 978-3-642-20508-8 (Online)

Table of contents (29 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Session A: Value Creation through Knowledge Processing - Methodologies, Approaches and Case Studies

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      Can Knowledge Be Transferred?

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      Pages 13-22

      Structured Knowledge Transfer for the Implementation of a New Engineering Service Centre in India

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      Pages 23-29

      Supporting Cross-Border Knowledge Transfer through Virtual Teams, communities and ICT Tools

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      Pages 31-40

      Knowledge Management Can Be Lean: Improving Knowledge Intensive Business Processes

  3. Session B: Strategic and Organisational Approaches to Knowledge Transfer

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      Pages 43-61

      A Conceptual Approach towards Understanding Issues in the Third Stream: Conceptions of Valid Knowledge and Transfer in UK Policy

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      Pages 63-72

      Managing Knowledge in the Framework of the Organizational Evolution of SMEs

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      Pages 73-81

      Assessing Changes in University Knowledge Transfer Capability to Support Innovation: A Knowledge Intensive Business Service Perspective

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      Pages 83-93

      Defining Four Pillars for Successful Applied Knowledge Transfer

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      Pages 95-112

      Organisational Identification of Academic Staff and Its Relationship to the Third Stream

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      Pages 113-123

      The 4 ‘C’s of Knowledge Transfer and Knowledge Based Working-Emerging Themes in Successful Knowledge Working and KTPs

  4. Session C: Knowledge Transfer Models and Frameworks

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      Pages 125-125

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      Pages 127-137

      A Proposed Management Framework for Commercialisation of Expertise at Public Universities

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      Pages 139-149

      Vademecum for Innovation through Knowledge Transfer: Continuous Training in Universities, Enterprises and Industries

  5. Session D: Knowledge Transfer Insights

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      Pages 151-151

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      Pages 153-162

      Tri-partnerships in Knowledge Transfer: Changing Entrepreneurial Mindsets

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      Pages 163-176

      The Barriers to Academic Engagement with Enterprise: A Social Scientist’s Perspective

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      Pages 177-187

      A Toolbox for ICT Technology Transfer Professionals: A Preview of an Online Toolkit Aiming at the Acceleration of the ICT Technology Transfer Process

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      Pages 189-200

      Knowledge Diffusion in a Specialist Organization: Observational and Data-Driven Case Study

  6. Session E: Knowledge Transfer Partnership Case Studies

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      Pages 201-201

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      Pages 203-212

      Knowledge Exchange and Learning and Development in a Newly Formed SME: An Example from the Knowledge Transfer Partnership Scheme

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      Pages 213-222

      Providing e-Business Capability on a Legacy Systems Platform: A Case Study from the Knowledge Transfer Partnership Scheme

  7. Session F: Innovation and Enterprise

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      Pages 223-223

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      Pages 225-233

      Firms’ Nature and Characteristics and Their Attitude toward Publication: An Analysis of the Italian Biotech Sector

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      Pages 235-243

      Networks of Co-autorship in the Publications of the Italian Biotech Firms: The Role of Different Institutions

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