Foster Innovative Capabilities by Strengthening European Dimensions of Research Networks

  • Werner Wobbe


The essay by the authors Jooß, Welter, Richert and Jeschke deals with a question that is also extremely important for the European Union: to what extent can the innovative capability of Germany be increased through knowledge management of interdisciplinary research networks? This question is to be addressed by identifying approaches and design of different courses of action using the example of the ASPO2 Begleitforschung the so-called “parallel research project” and its Cross Sectional Processes methodology (integrative, interdisciplinary coordination and control/ strategic management of cross-sectional functions).


Knowledge Management Balance Scorecard Original Project Inclusive Growth Network Management System 
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  • Werner Wobbe
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