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date: 13 July 2020

(p. xiii) List of Figures

(p. xiii) List of Figures

  1. 1.1 Analytical lenses 11

  2. 1.2 A simple innovation portfolio 15

  3. 5.1 Importance of user innovation in scholarly research 86

  4. 5.2 A test of lead user theory 88

  5. 6.1 Problem-solving network 114

  6. 8.1 Technologies and meanings as dimensions of innovation 144

  7. 8.2 Design and innovation strategies 147

  8. 8.3 The interpreters in design-driven innovation 153

  9. 9.1 Three levels of innovation process 166

  10. 10.1 The framework of sectoral systems of innovation 189

  11. 15.1 Map of innovation space 301

  12. 16.1 A theoretical framework for the study of managing social innovation 327

  13. 17.1 Design-based comparative advantage 337

  14. 17.2 Architectural integrality and export ratio of Japanese products 351

  15. 20.1 The ‘wave’: temporal profile of transient advantage 405

  16. 21.1 Business model innovation as a subset of business model design and reconfiguration 425

  17. 21.2 Business models at different levels of abstraction from ‘reality’ 433

  18. 21.3 Market development and BMI 436

  19. 22.1 Number of papers published on open innovation 444

  20. 25.1 The links between human resource management practices and innovation 508

  21. 26.1 The product development funnel 532

  22. 26.2 Bubble chart R&D portfolio 538

  23. 26.3 In a matrix structure each R&D project is part of both an input factor and an output factor 542

  24. 29.1 Mergers as unions of sets of elements 581

  25. (p. xiv) 29.2 Organizational knowledge-base 582

  26. 29.3 Broadening the abstraction: merger as a union of networks 593

  27. 29.4 Broadening the abstraction: merger as a union of people 594

  28. 29.5 Broadening the abstraction: merger as a union of organizational elements 594

  29. 29.6 Broadening the abstraction: activity systems 595