Co-Innovation Competence: A Strategic Approach to by Benedict C. Doepfer

By Benedict C. Doepfer

​This paintings contributes to entrepreneurship study and gives sensible implications for marketers and entrepreneurship promotors via severely examining a networked method of price production tactics of younger knowledge-intensive entrepreneurial businesses and assessing particular innovations and strategies for entrepreneurial enterprises to take advantage of those constructions. during this context the concept that of co-innovation competence is brought and empirically analyzed. effects point out that marketers stick to a particular strategy in the direction of networking minimizing transaction expenses taking an on-demand-based point of view of networking. as a result marketers could relate to nearby innovation promotors and likewise succeed in past neighborhood buildings to discover compatible companions and make the most structural holes.

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204 In most 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 See: Enkel 2009, p. 181. 1. See Gassmann/Enkel 2006, p. 134. See Lichtenthaler 2009, p. 317. See Enkel 2009, p. 182; Baldegger 2007, p. 67; Gassmann/Enkel 2006, p. 135. See Enkel 2009, p. 182. See Baldegger 2007, p. 67. See Gassmann/Enkel 2006, p. 136. 32 2. 205 IP out-licensing Inside-out process New market Technology - spin-offs (Boundary of the firm) Internal knowledge and technology Current market External knowledge and technology Venture investing IP in-licensing Product insourcing Outside-in process Research Development Commercialization &ŝŐƵƌĞϰ͗KƉĞŶŝŶŶŽǀĂƚŝŽŶƉĂƌĂĚŝŐŵ Source: Based on Chesbrough 2003a, pp.

138 The described attributes of innovation resources illustrate the strong connection of these components to implicit forms of knowledge. The technological recipes may be formalized and considered as tacit resources, whereas especially in dynamic conditions the 135 Brazeal/Herbert 1999, p. 38. As an empirical example for a radical innovation the authors present the case of 3M’s Post-It Notes. The results of a failed adhesive development within their core industrial market, the technology was applied to the market of office supplies creating a breakthrough innovation.

On a transactional level, the OEM interacts primarily with its first-tier suppliers (3). In this case reciprocal proposals for innovation projects are elaborated and processed among the partners. Regularly, the first-tier supplier controls the complexity of coordinating competencies of second-tier suppliers and integrates these indirectly into the value creation process. 230 Furthermore, the collaboration with competitors offers significant opportunities for interorganizational innovation (6). 232 Knowledge and technology transfer between corporations of diverse braches and industries may increase innovation performance by reducing R&D costs and innovation risks if collaborating partners can equally profit from the innovation project.

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