An International Analysis of Innovation and Strategic Decision Making in Small to Medium Sized Enterprises
Edited by Tim Mazzarol and Sophie Reboud
Strategic Innovation in Small Firms is an investigation of the commercialization practices of small firms across a wide range of industries in nine OECD countries. The authors examine the perspective of these firms’ managers on their national innovation systems and on their firm’s innovation management practices.
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- Strategic Innovation in Small Firms An International Analysis of Innovation and Strategic Decision Making in Small to Medium Sized Enterprises
- Chapter 1: Strategic Innovation in Small Firms: An Introduction
- Chapter 2: National Innovation Systems
- Chapter 3: An Overview of the Survey Findings
- Chapter 4: The Flemish Creative Sector
- Chapter 5: Innovation Processes in SMEs: The New Zealand Experience
- Chapter 6: Designed in Italy: An Unrecognised Italian Innovation Model?
- Chapter 7: The Context and Logic of Innovation at Two Small Enterprises: A
- Chapter 8: SME Innovations: USA Assessment and Climate Results
- Chapter 9: The Situation in Canada: Analysis of Canadian SME Innovation Behaviour
- Chapter 10: The Situation in Switzerland
- Chapter 11: The Situation in Australian Manufacturing
- Chapter 12: High and Low R & D Intensity Firms in France
- Chapter 13: The Business of Biotech in Australia
- Chapter 14: Conclusions and Lessons Learnt
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