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Call for Co-author to Write a Handbook on Innovation Studies
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The Taylor & Francis publishing group initiated the writing of a handbook on innovation studies, which is named as the Routledge Companion to Innovation Managements.

If you are a full professor or associated professor in innovation studies, please contact Dr.Fei Yu (yufei@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn) if you are interested to contribute one chapter.


THE ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK OF INNOVATION MANAGEMENT 

Edited by 

Prof.Dr.  Jin Chen,

School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University 

Prof.Dr.  Wong Poh Kam,

Business School, National University of Singapore 

Prof.Dr.  Eric Viardot

EADA Business School Barcelona 

Prof.Dr. Alexander Brem

Mads  Clausen Institute, University of Southern Denmark

          

 OBJECTIVE

To provide a prestige reference work which offers students and researchers an introduction to current scholarship in the expanding discipline of innovation management. Particularly, to present the debates and conflicts in the frontier of innovation studies.

RATIONALE

Innovation contributes centrally to corporate competitiveness, economic performance, and environmental sustainability. In the internet era, innovation intelligence is transferred across boarders and languages in an unprecedented rate, yet the ability to benefit from it seems to become more divergently among different corporations and countries. How much an organization can obtain benefit from innovation largely depends upon how well innovation is managed in it. Thus, there is a discernible increase of interest in the study of innovation management. At present, researchers are short of a comprehensive guide on this subject. Thus, this proposal offers a chance to portray the perspectives on innovation management as a fast developing field of study.

READERSHIP

·         Students and researchers in innovation    studies, technology & innovation management;

·         Academics and students seeking convenient    access to an unfamiliar area;

·         Established researchers seeking a single    repository on the current state of knowledge, current debates and relevant literature.

CONTENT AND STRUCTURE 

As shown below under Table of Contents, the proposed volume of 11 chapters will be organised in five thematic sections. The first section introduces the basic framework of innovation and innovation management. The following sections help readers to understand innovation management from the perspectives of strategy, organization, resource, institution & culture, as well as internationalization of innovation. The proposed structure is intended to reflect the increasing diversity of contemporary research on innovation management.  

Each chapter would provide a balanced overview of current knowledge, identifying issues and discussing relevant debates. It is expected that the style of the chapters will be analytical and engaging.

LENGTH

The chapters would cover established and emerging themes. As such they will necessarily vary in length. The articles will be between 10k and 15k words each. We envisage that the volume will comprise about 200k words.

CONTRIBUTORS

The chapters will be written by an international selection of authors drawn from the UK, USA, Canada, India, China, Singapore, Australasia and continental Europe et al. The authors comprise leading experts in the relevant subject. Most are senior contributors. Others are promising younger scholars who have a proven track record of publication.   

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART I INTRODUCTION: INNOVATION AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT

1.  The Origin and Process of Innovation 

 1.1 The nature of innovation

 1.2 The benefits and damages of innovation

 1.3 The linear process of innovation

 1.4 The dynamic process of innovation

 1.5 Creativity for innovation

 1.6 Innovation decision-making

 1.7 Diffusion of innovation

 1.8 Process of innovation

 1.9 Innovation system

2.  The Nature and Variety of Innovation

 2.1 Technological innovation

 2.2 Product innovation

 2.3 Process innovation

 2.4 Service innovation

 2.5 Business model innovation

 2.6 Disruptive innovation

 2.7 Radical innovation

 2.8 Design-driven innovation

 2.9 Social innovation

 2.10 Responsible innovation

3. The Economic Fundamentals of Innovation Management

 3.1 The micro foundations of innovation management

 3.2 Operations management and innovation management

 3.3 Knowledge, learning and innovation management

 3.4 Innovation management and innovation management system

PART Ⅱ THE STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE OF INNOVATION

4. Strategic Management of Innovation 

 4.1 Corporate strategy and innovation

 4.2 Leadership for innovation

 4.3 Core competence and innovation

 4.4 Patents, standards and innovation

 4.5 Marketing strategy of innovation

 4.6 Entrepreneurship and innovation

5. Open and User Innovation Management

 5.1 Open innovation and innovating with partners

 5.2 User-driven innovation

 5.3 Supplier-involved innovation

 5.4 Crowdsourcing and innovation contest

 5.5 Innovation by employees

PART Ⅲ THE ORGANIZATIONAL PERSPECTIVE OF INNOVATION

6. Innovation Management within Organization

 6.1 Creativity, fuzzy frond end and innovation

 6.2 Interface management of innovation

 6.3 Management of new product development process

 6.5 How to accelerate innovation

 6.6 Chief innovation officer and Innovation

 6.7 How to build a high-performance innovation team

7. Inter-organizational Management of Innovation System

 7.1 Modularity innovation and labour division of innovation

 7.2 University as an Engineer   for innovation

 7.3 Innovation ecosystem

 7.4 Strategic alliance for   innovation

 7.5 National  innovation system and its importance to   Corporate innovation

8. Institutional Design of Innovation 

 8.1 How to stimulate innovation

 8.2 Incentives of Innovation

 8.3 Governance of innovation

9. Creating a Culture of Innovation

 9.1 Internal culture within an organization

 9.2 The function of social culture on innovation

PART Ⅳ INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT OF INNOVATION

10. Internationalization of Innovation Activities 

 10.1 The internationalization process of innovation activity 

 10.2 Managing Innovation across the border

 10.3 Global strategy for Innovation

 10.4 Innovation management at MNCs

11. Innovation Management at Emerging   Market

 11.1 Imitation and Innovation

 11.2 Innovation with catch-up stratege

 11.3 Poverty and Inclusive Innovation

 11.4 Managing Frugal innovation

 11.5 Indigenous Capability and Innovation

PROPOSED TIMETABLE

Submission deadline for chapters    31st May 2017

Review process     June 2017-October 2017

Decision and feedback November 2017

Deadline for receipt of revised chapters    December 2017

Delivery of manuscript to Routledge    March 2018

Please contact Dr.Fei Yu (yufei@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn) if you are interested to contribute one chapter.