Innovation Project Management: a research agenda

Filippov, Sergey and Mooi, Herman, "Innovation Project Management: a research agenda" 6th International Conference for Innovation and Management (ICIM2009), Sao Paolo, 2009/12/08-10.

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    Author Filippov, Sergey
    Mooi, Herman
    Title Innovation Project Management: a research agenda
    Publication Date 2009-10-12
    Pages 15
    Title of Event 6th International Conference for Innovation and Management (ICIM2009)
    Date of Event 2009/12/08-10
    Place of Event Sao Paolo
    Language eng
    Abstract Originally developed in the mid-20th century, project management has become a distinctive way to manage business activities nowadays. Another important development is virtually universal recognition of the role of innovation and technology in the corporate change, growth and profitability. It is unsurprising that development of innovation is often run as a project. Yet, theoretically both project management and innovation studies have evolved over time as distinctively separate disciplines. In this paper we make an attempt to conceptualise the innovation project management and to specify the idiosyncratic nature of innovation projects as opposed to conventional projects. By doing so, we contribute to the nascent academic debate on the interplay between innovation and project management.
    Keyword Project management
    Innovation
    Technology
    Copyright Holder NA
    Copyright Year 2009
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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