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  • Maytheewat Aramrattana
  • Cristofer Englund
  • Tony Larsson
  • Jonas Jansson
  • Arne Nåbo

Safety Evaluation of Highway Platooning Under a Cut-In Situation Using Simulationlänk till annan webbplats

  • Fábio Gama
  • Vinit Parida
  • Johan Frishammar

Idea Generation in SMEs: when does market-based partnership pay off most?länk till annan webbplats
Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) strongly depend on idea generation to improve the front-end of innovation performance, yet internal resource and capability limitations may hamper successful idea generation in SMEs. Therefore, many SMEs may choose to collaborate with market-based partners such as customers and suppliers to compensate for lack of internal resources. We ask when and under which circumstances does such collaboration provides’ highest benefit towards front-end innovation performance? By drawing on a survey of 142 Swedish manufacturing SMEs, this paper provides two key findings. First, systematic idea generation and front-end performance relationships is non-linear, such that disproportionally higher levels of performance are achieved when idea generation is highly systematic. Second, the pay-off from high level of idea generation is largely influenced by presence of market-based partners. Thus, our findings show that external collaboration in idea generation does not pay off unless SMEs have internal systematic processes for idea generation in place before external input is sought. This implies a contingency perspective on external collaboration and provides implications for research into the front-end of innovation and open innovation, in addition to novel managerial implications about how to better involve partners in idea generation and selection.

  • Fábio Gama
  • David Sjödin
  • Johan Frishammar

Managing Open Technology Development: Adapting Stage-Gate Processes to Partner Typeslänk till annan webbplats
Firms are increasingly reliant on collaborating with external partners to drive their technology development efforts in light of increasing pace of development and global competition. However, many firms struggle with managing the inherently uncertain and ambiguous process of technology development with external actors because these may not share the same technological understandings, processes and goals. Accordingly, we argue that further research is required to better understand the management of joint projects with different types of partners within technology development. To fill this gap this study examines the adaptation of traditional stage-gate processes for technology development projects with science-based and market-based partners in three large technologies oriented firms. Our results shows that open technology development projects are often problematic because firms lack partner understanding and have difficulty aligning their development processes with external partners. To address these problems we found that our firms adapted their processes by implementing externally oriented stages, gates and roles to suit the contingencies of collaboration with science-based and market-based partners respectively. Our results provide implications for theory and management practice concerning the management of open innovation and stage-gate processes.

  • Tomas Nilson

In the gutters of Antwerp – Georg Dahlin, undercover journalism and representations of sailor-life during the interwar periodlänk till annan webbplats

  • Tomas Nilson
  • Anneli Blom

En man med all världens tur : Ett biografiskt perspektiv på olyckan mellanStockholm och Andrea Doria 1956länk till annan webbplats

  • Tomas Nilson

Historieförmedling i samverkanlänk till annan webbplats

  • Mikael Sandberg

Hur demokratiskt är Sverige?länk till annan webbplats

  • Mikael Sandberg

Prognosen för Socialdemokraternas valresultat 2018 var mitt i pricklänk till annan webbplats

  • Mikael Sandberg

Demokratinivån efter valet 2018 och Socialdemokratins historiska rolllänk till annan webbplats

  • Mikael Sandberg

Svensk kultur: segra eller dö?länk till annan webbplats

Updated 2010-07-23