Evolution and trends of the international innovation research agenda [Translate version]

Evolução e tendências da agenda de pesquisa internacional em inovação
Evolución y tendencias de la agenda internacional de investigación en innovación
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Martins, B. V., Faccin, K., Motta, G. da S., Bernardes, R., Balestrin, A. (2019). Evolution and trends of the international innovation research agenda [Translate version]. RAE-Revista de Administração de Empresas (Journal of Business Management), 59(4), 293-307. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0034-759020190407

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MARTINS, B. V.; FACCIN, K.; MOTTA, G. da S.; BERNARDES, R.; BALESTRIN, A. Evolution and trends of the international innovation research agenda [Translate version]. RAE-Revista de Administração de Empresas (Journal of Business Management), v. 59, n. 4, July-August, p.293-307, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0034-759020190407

Bibiana Volkmer Martins - Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, Escola de Gestão e Negócios, Porto Alegre, RS e Brasil - Other articles of this author
Kadígia Faccin - Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, Escola de Gestão e Negócios, Porto Alegre, RS e Brasil - Other articles of this author
Gustavo da Silva Motta - Universidade Federal Fluminense, Volta Redonda, RJ e Brasil - Other articles of this author
Roberto Bernardes - Centro Universitário da Fundação Educacional Inaciana Padre Sabóia de Medeiros, São Paulo, SP e Brasil - Other articles of this author
Alsones Balestrin - Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, Escola de Gestão e Negócios, Porto Alegre, RS e Brasil - Other articles of this author

 

The Strategic Organizational Management area of study has been marked, especially in the last ten years, by a substantial increase in scientific and technological production in innovation research. Such growth can be grouped into at least five thematic axes: a) innovation as a driver of competitiveness of organizations, networks, sectoral activities, and global value chains (Crossan & Apaydin, 2010; Marchi, Giuliani, & Rabellotti, 2018); b) innovation as a driving force of economic, technological, social, and sustainable development of regions and nations (Cirera & Maloney, 2017); c) innovation as a strategic management process for the transformation of resources and capabilities into new products, services, and business models (Adams, Bessant, & Phelps, 2006); d) architecture of institutional ecosystems and actors (university/company/government/society) oriented to acquire value and accelerate innovation (Carayannis, Grigoroudis, Campbell, Meissner, & Stamati, 2018; Etzkowitz & Zhou, 2017); and e) new methodologies, metrics, and advanced technological tools for innovation research (Keupp, Palmié, & Gassmann, 2012).

The Strategic Organizational Management area of study has been marked, especially in the last ten years, by a substantial increase in scientific and technological production in innovation research. Such growth can be grouped into at least five thematic axes: a) innovation as a driver of competitiveness of organizations, networks, sectoral activities, and global value chains (Crossan & Apaydin, 2010; Marchi, Giuliani, & Rabellotti, 2018); b) innovation as a driving force of economic, technological, social, and sustainable development of regions and nations (Cirera & Maloney, 2017); c) innovation as a strategic management process for the transformation of resources and capabilities into new products, services, and business models (Adams, Bessant, & Phelps, 2006); d) architecture of institutional ecosystems and actors (university/company/government/society) oriented to acquire value and accelerate innovation (Carayannis, Grigoroudis, Campbell, Meissner, & Stamati, 2018; Etzkowitz & Zhou, 2017); and e) new methodologies, metrics, and advanced technological tools for innovation research (Keupp, Palmié, & Gassmann, 2012).

A área de estudos em Gestão Estratégica Organizacional foi marcada, especialmente nos últimos 10 anos, por um aumento substancial da produção científica e tecnológica no campo de pesquisa em inovação. Tal crescimento pode ser agrupado, ao menos, em cinco eixos temáticos, quais sejam: a) a inovação como elemento de tração da competitividade de organizações, de redes, das atividades setoriais e cadeias de valor globais (Crossan & Apaydin, 2010; Marchi, Giuliani, & Rabellotti, 2018); b) a inovação como força motriz do desenvolvimento econômico, tecnológico, social e sustentável das regiões e nações (Cirera & Maloney, 2017); c) a inovação como processo de gestão estratégica para a transformação de recursos e capacidades em novos produtos, serviços e modelos de negócios (Adams, Bessant, & Phelps, 2006); d) a arquitetura de ecossistemas institucionais e atores (universidade/empresa/governo/sociedade) orientados para capturar valor e acelerar a inovação (Carayannis, Grigoroudis, Campbell, Meissner, & Stamati, 2018; Etzkowitze & Zhou, 2017); e) as novas metodologias, métricas e ferramentas tecnológicas avançadas para a pesquisa em inovação (Keupp, Palmié, & Gassmann, 2012).

 

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