This innovative series explores the role of innovation and innovation management and technological advances from an organizational perspective. This series brings together theories from a wide range of individual disciplines and examines both the internal understanding and management and also an external, shareholder perspective. Routledge Studies in Innovation, Organizations and Technology (RIOT!) features cutting -edge research addressing all the major issues in business and management today, helping to define and advance the field.
Social Innovation of New Ventures Achieving Social Inclusion and Sustainability in Emerging Economies and Developing Countries
How is Digitalization Affecting Agri-food? New Business Models, Strategies and Organizational Forms
Digital Work and the Platform Economy Understanding Tasks, Skills and Capabilities in the New Era
Frugal Innovation A Global Research Companion
Marcela Ramirez-Pasillas, Vanessa Ratten, Hans Lundberg
December 30, 2020
This book provides insights into how new ventures in emerging economies and developing countries generate social innovation. It showcases new forms of business and how they are different from traditional business models. With increasing drive for innovation in emerging markets and lack of knowledge...
Maria Carmela Annosi, Federica Brunetta
October 30, 2020
Using real cases of food firms and agriculture supply chains as a context, How is Digitalization Affecting Agri-food? New Business Models, Strategies and Organizational Forms aims to understand the key themes in strategic and organizational research in this area. Despite the importance of food and ...
Adam Jabłoński, Marek Jabłoński
October 12, 2020
By presenting the conditions, methods and techniques of monetisation of business models in the digital economy, this book combines implementation of the theoretical aspects of monetisation with the presentation of practical business solutions in this field. The scope of the book includes the ...
September 28, 2020
Based on a theoretical analysis and supported by both explorative qualitative and quantitative research, this book examines the many reasons why an initiative becomes an innovation and why some organizations are better at innovation than others. Developing Capacity for Innovation in Complex Systems...
May 20, 2020
Why and how did South Korea become the world’s top digital government leader? This book examines the Korean model and how it is different from the digital government models of the West, specifically of the United States and the UK. The book also looks at the successes and failures that South ...
Muhammad Khurram Khan, Muhammad Babar Khan
April 17, 2020
This book provides valuable insights into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) through a comprehensive examination of Vision 2030, an ambitious economic plan by the KSA to reinvent and diversify its economy from a heavy dependence on hydrocarbon to knowledge-based resources. Research, Innovation and ...
Alan R. Nankervis, Julia Connell, John Burgess
March 13, 2020
The Future of Work in Asia and Beyond presents the findings and associated implications arising from a collaborative research study conducted on the potential impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR – or Industry 4.0) on the labour markets, occupations and associated future workforce ...
Ewa Lechman, Magdalena Popowska
March 12, 2020
This book offers broad evidence on how new information and communication technologies (ICT) impact social development and contribute to social welfare. Its aim is to show how new technological solutions may contribute to society’s welfare by encouraging new ‘socially responsible’ initiatives and ...
Patrick van der Duin, Roland Ortt
February 21, 2020
Innovation has a pivotal role for companies in attaining business survival but making an organization innovative is not straightforward. By determining contextual factors, managers can help decide how to employ a portfolio of innovation management processes. This book explores how contingency ...
Seppo Poutanen, Anne Kovalainen, Petri Rouvinen
December 05, 2019
"Uberization," "digitalization," "platform economy," "gig economy," and "sharing economy" are some of the buzzwords that characterize the current intense discussions about the development of the economy and work around the world, among both experts and laypersons. Immense changes in the ways goods ...
Adela J. McMurray, Gerrit A. de Waal
December 05, 2019
Customers are increasingly seeking "low-cost, high-quality" or what is known as frugal products that meet the buyer’s needs while reducing the associated cost of ownership. This book examines the developing principles and theories of frugal innovations across the globe. The authors identify frugal ...
Peter Lund-Thomsen, Michael Wendelboe Hansen, Adam Lindgreen
October 18, 2019
Business and Development Studies: Issues and Perspectives provides a comprehensive collection of cutting-edge theoretical and empirical contributions to the emerging field of business and development studies. Compared to more traditional business-school accounts of business in developing countries ...