By Kristian Wasén
This publication introduces state-of-the-art matters and thought-provoking thoughts on innovation administration. It illustrates how robot advancements enable new strong aid functionalities for harnessing office techniques and new different types of paintings in organizations. particularly, low prestige jobs—heavy, repetitive and unsafe jobs—are disappearing and more and more changed by means of artistic and significant paintings. It situates the learn inside theoretical advancements and educational literature in company and administration reviews on innovation networks and partnerships.
The e-book then introduces the concept of "friction management," which invitations us to reconsider artistic tensions and discover how contradictions could spur or restrain switch and innovation during this panorama. Innovation and alter problem validated styles, cultures, price structures, pursuits and community configurations—which creates various frictions. for this reason, a idea of friction administration is essential, quite in innovation-intensive industries, and will aid pros to appreciate swap and the dynamics of innovation for you to orchestrate occasions and discover ways to distinguish among the inventive and destructive frictions that may come up and which are vital for swap and the innovation approach. hence, the target of friction administration is to orchestrate, mobilize and (re)combine key organizational assets to strategically elevate innovation potential and advertise dynamic renewal and creativity. will probably be of curiosity to students and postgraduates within the parts of innovation administration, sociology and company management.
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Innovation Management in Robot Society (Routledge Studies in Technology, Work and Organizations) by Kristian Wasén