Innovación en modelos de colaboración y emprendimiento

  • Joaquin Jose Carvalho Proença Universitat Politècnica de València
Palabras clave: Innovación abierta, Living Labs, Generación de valor, Modelos colaborativos, Emprendimiento

Resumen

Cómo generar valor a través de un modelo de innovación para destinos basado en enfoques de colaboración y emprendimiento. La innovación abierta, el diseño de servicios, los living labs, las TIC vinculadas a los nuevos desarrollos en tecnología y ciencia, la globalización directa o a través de redes y los productos y procesos de ecoinnovación son factores que se deben tener en cuenta al pensar en la innovación en los destinos. En la actualidad, la confluencia de economías abiertas, basadas en redes de colaboración con usuarios, proveedores, comunidades y actores institucionales; participación de los stakeholders para desarrollar nuevos servicios; calidad del medio ambiente a través de innovaciones que conllevan un beneficio ambiental; economía social, las organizaciones que persiguen objetivos no estrictamente comerciales proporcionan una colaboración entre el mercado y las fuerzas sociales, contribuyendo así a la innovación en los destinos.

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Publicado
2019-11-29
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Artículos de Investigación