Collaborative innovation in Dommel Valley : from subcontracting to collaborative innovation in high tech systems

H. Loeh, H.J. Pels, F. Ebeling, E. Faber

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Abstract

The guide book is structured as follows. Chapter 1 focuses on the drivers behind collaborative innovation and lists the challenges for suppliers and OEM¿s. Chapter 2 describes and classifies the business models that are currently being used by suppliers and OEM¿s. It lists the advantages and disadvantages of these models for suppliers and OEM¿s and addresses the question when to apply which model. Chapter 3 touches upon the important topic of capability management. It identifies the capabilities required for collaborative innovation and ways to assess these capabilities. Chapter 4 discusses the implications of collaborative innovation for change management and lists four best practices. Chapter 5 summarizes the main findings and a road map towards collaborative innovation. Finally, in the appendix of this guide book one can find practical check lists to improve the collaboration between suppliers and OEM¿s.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEnschede
PublisherTelematica Insitituut
Number of pages79
Publication statusPublished - 2007

Publication series

NameTelematica Instituut
VolumeTI/RS/2007/008

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