1 How can larger organisations also be innovative organisations? The objective of the research project is to examine how established organisations can best use initiatives as the basis for successful radical innovation, and to then develop a range /or projects and common tools and techniques that can support those innovation projects or initiatives . of approaches, are built around the ir stablished organisations ability to replicate existing processes efficiently Many e s to existi ng products and services . As cycles of and securely, and/or to make incremental innovation organisations may increasingly turn to alternative approach es to change become more compressed, more radical innovations or changes. achieve This study would focus on an also encourage how organisations with stable core processes c change. radical The research should concentrate on execution – how can innovation and s ations best implement change once decided? The study would identify models for established organi hange within established orga radical innovation and c ations, and then use this as a framework t o nis ation should adopt to foster such innovation. propose tools that the organis first stage The would review the range of models for radical inn ovation within established organis ations and it should include lessons on effective implementation based on empirical evidence . The second stage would focus on different approaches to implementation, once a desired strategy or selected outcome has been . It should examine: whether particular approaches are more successful in generating particular innovation - outcomes and to what extent o rganis ation - can control the desired outcome by influencing the supporting s and inhibiting factors, and is the role of uncontrollable external factors and chance. what Th also take into account factors such as company culture, and the wider business e analysis should environment. T he third stage would build on insights from the first two stages and focus on developing : - diagnostic tools for identifying the best approaches for particular business types to implement particular types of innovation and innov ation support tools that organis ations can use to support successful implementation of - different models for innovation. The project may involve any additional activity that the university centre would consider important for successfully undertaking the research and disseminating its results, including: - organisation of seminars and other dissemination activities - creation of databases and - surveys .
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