I don't know if this is a useful reference.I haven't reviewed it. It is
billed as "150 ways to spark innovation during times of change." by Jeremy
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On Sat, Aug 15, 2009 at 2:02 PM, Gibson, Michael <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> I hope I'm not violating the posting parameters of the forum here with this
> post (it contains some specific citations that are not all formatted in the
> same manner, and they get a bit lengthy):
> Here goes:
> Dear Mr. Murray and Dr. Durling:
> My current research/grant writing is "heavily invested" in how innovation
> is diffused both within organizations and between them, and there is quite a
> lot of material that has been published on this. The interdisciplinary teams
> that we have built here at the University of North Texas are also looking at
> how innovative practices are instigated and sustained within both for-profit
> and not-for-profit organizations, and how innovation diffusion is
> operationalized in the technology management arena.
> Mr. Murray:
> Your topic of "Design during the Recession, in particular innovation" seems
> a bit broad in my initial read of your post, but perhaps you are indeed
> engaged in the process of winnowing this down, and once you do this, some of
> the following articles may prove useful to you (these fall under a pretty
> broadly spread categorical umbrella, but without a more tightly defined
> subject arena, I'll "swing wide," if you'll pardon the baseball analogy):
> Designing Innovation into Organizations (available at the AIGA Future
> History 3 Conference website)
> Kelly Costello
> Innovation in a creative production system: the case of design (Journal of
> Economic Geography 8, 2008): 675-698
> Peter Sunley, Steven Pinch, Suzanne Reimer and James Macmillen
> Metrics for innovation: guidelines for developing a customized suite of
> innovation metrics (I'm afraid I don't have a source for this at the moment,
> but you can dig for that...)
> Amy Muller, Liisa Všlikangas, and Paul Merlyn
> DeSanctis, G. and Monge, P. (1999). "Introduction to the Special Issue:
> Communication Processes for Virtual Organizations." Organization Science,
> Vol. 10, No. 6, Special Issue: Communication Processes for Virtual
> Organizations: 693-703
> Bartel, C. A. and R. Garud (2009). "The Role of Narratives in Sustaining
> Organizational Innovation." Organization Science 20(1): 107-117.
> Toward a Model of Innovation (Interactions, Jan/Feb 2008): 28-36
> Hugh Dubberly
> MANAGEMENT INNOVATION (Academy of Management Review, 2008, Vol. 33, no. 4,
> By JULIAN BIRKINSHAW GARY HAMEL MICHAEL J. MOL
> A COLLECTIVE ACTION MODEL OF INSTITUTIONAL INNOVATION (Academy of
> Management Review, 2006, Vol. 31, no. 4, 864-888)
> TIMOTHY J. HARGRAVE, ANDREW H. VAN DE VEN
> IDEOLOGICALLY MOTIVATED ACTIVISM: HOW ACTIVIST GROUPS INFLUENCE CORPORATE
> SOCIAL CHANGE ACTIVITIES (Academy of Management Review, 2007, Vol. 32, no.
> 3, 901-924)
> FRANK DEN HOND, FRANK G. A. DE BAKKER
> All for now; hopefully, one or two of these will prove useful and useable
> to you.
> Michael R Gibson
> Associate Professor, Communication Design
> The University of North Texas
> Denton, Texas
> On 8/14/09 8:59 AM, "David Durling" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 14 Aug 2009, at 2:17 pm, Andy Murray wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm new to here so not sure what the protocol is.
> > I am currently researching Design during the Recession in particular
> > innovation, and what if any areas we need to be more innovative as a
> > reaction.
> > Was wondering if anyone had come across any articles that may be of
> > help? Or
> > if anyone wanted to voice their views on the matter.
> > Thanks
> > Andy
> Hi Andy, and a warm welcome if you are new to this discussion forum.
> There are no protocols here except asking questions, joining
> discussions, and being respectful of others' views.
> On your question, several of the main design organisations such as
> ICSID, ICOGRADA etc. have run articles on this topic in recent times.
> The Design Council has an article at:
> David Durling FDRS PhD http://durling.tel