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Knowledge Dynamics and Climate Change Issues in the Wine Industry: A Literature Review
The wine industry contributes to the economy and reputation of many countries all over the world. This sector is likely to be particularly affected, given its extreme sensitivity to any change in climate patterns. This article tries to discover if scientific knowledge has led to recommendations, and...
Evaluation of plasticizer migration of the plasticizers from medical devices in polyvynilechloride (PVC) and developpement of a protection tool by sol gel technique
Plasticizers in medical devices (MD) made of flexible PVC, such as infusion sets of nutrition tubings, are able to migrate into infused solutions and so come in contact with the patient. DEHP (diethylhexylphtalate) was the main plasticizer used in these MD up until 2010. It has been shown to be repr...
Shared access, cognitive radio and transition issues
International audience During the last decade, consumers have largely benefited from technological advances in the telecom sector: broadband has increased, access to the network became mobile/ubiquitous, the prices of services and terminals have become much more affordable, the usage of technology i...
A hand of the rudder of innovation : investigating the influence of board of directors and top management teams
This study provides one of the rare evidences based on a field study regarding the influence of corporate governance on innovation. Drawing on semi-structured interviews, it investigates how the internal governance chain (board of directors and top management teams) contribute to foster innovation i...
THE LINK BETWEEN NON TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION
International audience Purpose This paper aims to provide evidence of the major role of non-technological activities in the innovation process. It highlights the effects of marketing and organizational innovation strategies on technological innovation performance. Design/methodology/approach The art...
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Digital transition: impact on work and its management
Wine management and marketing: Opportunities for companies and challenges for the industry
International audience This collective work highlights the new challenges facing the French wine industry and the issues that arise from it. Written on the basis of academic work and field studies, conducted by a group of Montpellier academics in Economics and Management Sciences (Groupe Montpellier...
A new classification of opportunism in co-creation platforms
International audience Co-creation platforms are virtual platforms dedicated to a variety of contests launched by aseeker of a particular solution (e.g., brands). These contests are solved by different participants(e.g., individuals) having distinct skills, background, and resources (e.g., knowledge...
Multifunctional Land Uses in Africa
This book presents contemporary case studies of land use, management practices, and innovation in Africa with a view to exploring how multifunctional land uses can alleviate food insecurity and poverty. Food security and livelihoods in Africa face multiple challenges in the form of feeding a growing...
Innovative CSR: From Risk Management to Value Creation
International audience By and large, corporations of the 21st century have come to realise that their obligations to societies in terms of corporate social responsibility are fourfold: economic, ethical, altruistic and strategic. Meeting these four responsibilities is crucial to their survival in th...
Key Issues for Management of Innovative Projects
This book gathers pioneering experiences based on the same concept: innovation. According to Schumpeter's research, there would be four types of innovations: product or service innovation (market introduction of a new type of good), process innovation (introduction of a new type of production), mark...
Effective ICT use for Digital Innovation: An Actualized Affordance Perspective through ICT enabled Design Thinking
`np pagenum="008"/bAvailable technologies in organizations can be exploited for creating useful innovative solutions in a rather quick, efficient and economical way. Despite the huge benefits that can be derived by proactively exploiting available technologies and systems for innovation, there is re...
Creation of local resources and construction of quality : the wine routes
Tourism and Innovation: adaptation or revolution (1/2)
Innovation by Negotiation: Case Studies Among British White-Collar Unions
On the basis of a series of case studies, this paper suggests that the influence of white-collar local unionism is often considerable. A key factor suggested here is the nature of existing relationships between management and union. Where cooperative industrial relations have prevailed, management i...
University knowledge networks in space Are far-reaching scientists also international knowledge brokers?
International audience Modern universities are increasingly urged to operate more entrepreneurially, leading them to try to diffuse their knowledge production more systematically, most obviously through scientific articles and patents. The authors investigate the role of universities as knowledge br...
Study on the P-wave feature time course as early predictors of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation
Strategies for building radical innovation potential: exploring the role of collaborative creative design methods
International audience In this paper, we present an empirical research on Collaborative Creative Design Methods (CCDM) that are used in response to new environmental challenges which impel firms to revised Radical Innovation (RI) strategies. This work emphasizes the need for combining social and org...
How innovation platforms can facilitate sustainable intensification? Insights from multi-level systems research in West-Africa
International audience As new instruments for agricultural policies, innovation platforms (IP) are experienced for over a decade. They reflect the evolutions in frameworks for thinking the drivers of agricultural development. Notably, researchers are supposed to become actors among others and no mor...
A sociotechnical analysis of participatory innovation in firm-hosted online communities
International audience In the last decade, numerous books of business thinking and innovation management were published announcing the advent of a new economy of sharing (Tapscott & Williams, 2006), the openness of innovation processes (Chesbrough, 2003a, 2003b), the increasingly wide participation...
Effects of Product Lifecycle Management on the reliability and productivity of new product development: The case of co-development with China
Implementing management innovation: a case study
Addressing Constraints Creatively: How New Design Software Helps Solve the Dilemma of Originality and Feasibility
International audience Are designers doomed to sacrifice creativity when integrating new product development processes? Although many studies highlight the need to produce original and innovative designs, maintainingcreativity in the design process continues to be difficult due to industrial constra...
Assessing key stakeholdersu2019 perspectives on the feasibility and acceptability of an mHealth innovation for managing emergency maternal care referrals in Northern Iraq
BackgroundConflict has weakened the health system in Iraq, with negative impacts on maternal and neonatal health, especially for three million people internally displaced. Mobile phone-based interventions may strengthen health care delivery and improve outcomes for women and newborns(1) through bett...
From manufacturing base to innovative cluster – the case of Taiwan’s cycle industry.
International audience This research deals with Taiwan's cycle industry investigating the transition from a pure manufacturing base towards an innovation cluster. The role of cycling as sport and recreational activity in this transition process is analysed. The sport cluster model is used as theoret...