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Creating Wealth from Knowledge

Meeting the Innovation Challenge

Edited by John Bessant and Tim Venables

This book illustrates that, although innovation has always mattered in economic development, simply increasing expenditure in creating knowledge may not be the answer: we need to look at the whole system through which such knowledge translates to value creation.
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Tatiana Iakovleva, Elin M. Oftedal and John Bessant

This introductory chapter starts with a description of the challenges of the healthcare sector. It further presents the importance of responsible innovation in digital health as an enabler for multiple stakeholder involvement – users, clinicians, businesses and policymakers – to create a system delivering better care and lower costs. This chapter then presents the major outline of the book and short illustrations of how cases from multiple countries explores dimensions of RI with a focus on user inclusion and the ways in which it can lead to better design and enhanced diffusion.

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Tatiana Iakovleva, Elin M. Oftedal and John Bessant

This chapter explores the concept of responsible innovation, examines its limitations and links it to the discussion of firm innovation process. In this chapter we first provide an overview of the field, followed by the discussion of purpose, process and outcome of innovation. Innovation is described as a complex process in the context of uncertainty where design space occupies an important role. We argue that with the high levels of uncertainty involved in radical or disruptive innovations, there is a need to keep design space open, allowing anticipation and reflexivity to happen to achieve a responsible solution.