The key role of knowledge mentors in the co-managed Innovation

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Abstract

Focusing the attention on the relational perspective of knowledge transfer, the purpose of this paper is to deepen the role of the Incubators and their innovative business model. The research results are mainly ascribable to the ability of the Incubators, together with their Science Parks, to facilitate the sharing and combining of heterogeneous knowledge among firms, universities, public institutions, and other stakeholders. As outlined in the two cases analysed, the Incubators stimulate the Innovation development through networking solutions to those problems that may occur in the early stages of a company, overcoming the traditional perspective of real estate services. Furthermore Incubator that is located inside the Science Parks can provide a wider network of knowledge and relationships to its start up. From this perspective Incubators and Science Parks support the transition from geographic proximity to relational proximity in the knowledge transfer context.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteThe proceedings of the 29th IMP Conference
Pagine1-21
Numero di pagine21
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2013
EventoThe 29th IMP Conference - Atlanta
Durata: 30 ago 20132 set 2013

Convegno

ConvegnoThe 29th IMP Conference
CittàAtlanta
Periodo30/8/132/9/13

Keywords

  • co-managed innovation
  • science parks

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