Organisational Innovation

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Organisational Innovation
A review of the literature
Catherine Maughan

Working paper

CW001

2012

Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation Working Paper CW001 ISBN: 978-1-74158-208-6

Citation Maughan C. 2012. Organisational Innovation: A review of the literature. CRC-REP Working Paper CW001. Ninti One Limited, Alice Springs. Acknowledgement The Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation received funding through the Australian Government Cooperative Research Centres Program. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of CRC-REP or its Participants. The work reported here was also supported by funding from Curtin University Research Performance Index Funding.

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Organisational Innovation: A review of the literature

Catherine Maughan

CRC-REP Working Paper CW001

Contents
Executive summary ......................................................................................................................................... iii Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 1 Innovation value chain ..................................................................................................................................... 2 Management innovation ................................................................................................................................... 3 Leadership ........................................................................................................................................................ 4 Organisational culture ...................................................................................................................................... 5 Organisational design ....................................................................................................................................... 7 Human resource management .......................................................................................................................... 8 Training ........................................................................................................................................................ 9 Employee motivation and job satisfaction ................................................................................................... 9 Partnerships between public-good research organisations and business .......................................................... 9 The researcher/supplier/consumer interface............................................................................................... 10 Open innovation and open technology ........................................................................................................... 11 Indigenous knowledge and entrepreneurship ................................................................................................. 12 Conclusion of literature review ...................................................................................................................... 13 In practice: implementing an innovation model in the CRC-REP ................................................................. 14 References ...................................................................................................................................................... 18

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Organisational Innovation: A review of the literature

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CRC-REP Working Paper CW001

Executive summary
Australia is committed to ‘closing the gap’ in disadvantage in remote Australia. The question for agencies, organisations and businesses is how to close the gaps that have grown...

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