International Journal of Innovation Science: Volume 12 Issue 1


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Frugal innovation enablers: a comprehensive framework

Marjan Niroumand, Arash Shahin, Amirreza Naghsh, Hamid Reza Peikari

This paper aims to propose a framework for the dimensions of frugal innovation enablers in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Exploring the barriers to SMEs’ open innovation adoption in Ghana: A mixed research approach

Stephen Oduro

Open innovation (OI) is now recognized as one essential innovation paradigm to help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) quell their liability of newness and smallness. However…


Reaching sustainability during a digital transformation: a PLS approach

Wail El Hilali, Abdellah El Manouar, Mohammed Abdou Janati Idrissi

In a world where big data have become crucial to guarantee the success of companies, digital transformation came to help companies transition towards a digital business and accept…


Eco-innovation practices’ adoption in the automotive industry

Gonzalo Maldonado-Guzmán, Jose Arturo Garza-Reyes

Eco-innovation is a relatively recent construct in the literature, which nowadays more and more researchers and academics consider as one of the strategies that generate a higher…

Social innovation camps: an analysis of participants’ experiences

Karen Milner

The purpose of this paper is to document and analyse the processes underpinning the Southern African Social Innovation Camp (the Camp). This paper details the theoretical basis on…

Learning from design-prototyping interaction for engineering innovation from a cross-functional perspective

Demei Lee

Novel engineering designs are usually infeasible for manufacturing or fail to meet the required performance. The dissimilar functionalities and mindsets between design and…

Collectively innovating; modelling responsible exposure in heterarchical organisations

Sarah Schoellhammer, Stephen Gibb

This paper aims to develop a model of collective innovation, with respect to innovation strategy, structure and culture in heterarchies. The enabling of collective innovation in…

A paradigmatic model for shared value innovation management in the supply chain: A grounded theory research

Ebrahim Rasti Borazjani Faghat, Naser Khani, Akbar Alemtabriz

The purpose of this paper is to propose a paradigmatic model for shared value innovation management in the supply chain. This research seeks to identify the causal conditions…

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