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Last May, Gabriela Balladares, PhD candidate at La Salle – Ramon Llull University presented the paper “The Role of Perceived Risk in Online Information Search and Pre-purchase Alternative Evaluation of Products with Significant Experiential Attributes” at EMAC 2016 conference. This year the annual conference was hosted by BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo. The paper co-authored by Gabriela Balladares, Prof. Chris Kennett and Prof. Francesc Miralles, explores the manner in …[ seguir leyendo ]
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Promoting entrepreneurship, what is the influence of knowledge in the development of entrepreneurial intentions?
There is an extended interest among governmental institutions and agencies to promote entrepreneurship. Global initiatives such as the “Global Entrepreneurship Monitor – GEM” serve as …[ seguir leyendo ]
In the Innova Institute, our research projects on Open Innovation are mainly focusing on the challenges that this framework generates for SME companies. In our research projects we posit that Organizations that are interested in the benefits of Open Innovation also need to take into account the challenges that it poses in the governance of this process, highlighting the need to put in place mechanisms to capture part of the value generated and to ensure the right “fit” with the strategy of the company. In our current case analysis we have identified diverse adoption strategies of the Open Innovation paradigm, better adjusting to the different needs and competitive requirements of the organization, therefore suggesting the limitations of a unique approach for Open Innovation adoption.