Lehrstuhl für Innovationsmanagement
Open Innovation Maturity Framework
The effectiveness and efficiency of innovation activities are gaining importance as they not only determine a firm’s competitive advantage, but its very survival (Söderquist and Godener, 2004). The measurement of innovation management helps to monitor and optimize innovation activities (Chiesa et al., 2010, 1996; Kerssens-van Drongelen et al., 2000). However, innovation measurement is difficult because the level of effort may not be observable, project success is uncertain, influenced by factors that cannot be controlled, and success can only be assessed after long delays, or could be credited to other organizational units (Loch and Tapper, 2002). In times where the innovation process is opened up in order to profit from external resources, metrics to evaluate excellence in this new approach are yet non-existing (Enkel et al. 2009).
von 01.08.2010 bis 31.12.2012
Prof. Dr. phil. Ellen Enkel
Ellen Enkel, John Bell, Hannah Kerklaan
- Enkel, Ellen / Bell, John / Kerklaan, Hannah: Open Innovation Maturity Framework, ISPIM Conference, 2011