Managing Joint Innovation

Managing Joint Innovation

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Joint innovation between different organizations or groups has become a common practice for the many companies confronted with major shifts in customers' demand and new technological possibilities. These co-development alliances, however, are typically unstable, and regularly result in drastic restructuring as the partners learn to work together and confront unexpected difficulties. This new and innovative book takes a fresh look at the critical task of managing relationships and communication in co-development alliances. Good relational quality management will certainly not compensate for bad business strategies and poor execution of initiatives. But, at the same time, outstanding relationships will not survive when there is a lack of trust between partners and a desire for tighter control over one another. Francis Bidault presents a new framework for understanding the dynamics of alliances and for managing the relationship between partners at all levels, with practical tools to help successfully develop joint innovation initiatives.He began to understand Lexmarka#39;s processes, but the printer maker still needed to learn about Mincoa#39;s. And they would need to agree on new joint processes to achieve Grega#39;s vision. The three approaches to relationship repair a€“ attribution, anbsp;...

Title:Managing Joint Innovation
Author: Francis Bidault
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2012-10-10

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