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Innovation And Knowledge-intensive Service Activities

by Organisation for Economic Co-Operation a

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Published by OECD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Development - Economic Development,
  • International - Economics,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12900865M
    ISBN 109264022732
    ISBN 109789264022737

    This report is the last of three studies focusing on the use of knowledge intensive service activities (KISA) in innovation in specific industries in Norway (Broch, and Broch and Isaksen, ). Typical examples of KISA in firms and organisations includes R&D, management consulting, IT services, human resource management, accounting and. The role of knowledge‐intensive service activities (KISA) in basic agro‐food processes innovation: The case of orange packers in Eastern Spain José Albors-Garrigos, Antonio Hidalgo, .

    An updated view of knowledge management strategies of knowledge-intensive business services, focusing on how these service firms manage innovation in the framework of the knowledge economy. The authors offer an original analysis of key processes of business services specializing in different activities such as design, professional firms, and. This book is a pioneering effort to address this gap, using a range of methods and investigating knowledge-intensive service activities (KISA) in many different sectors. The expert contributors highlight the changes that are occurring in the labour force and the organisation of work, as well as in the competences and combinations of knowledge.

    Knowledge Intensive Service Activities in Innovation of the Software Industry in Australia. Book Description. Research interest in the service sector has boomed in recent years as deindustrialisation became entrenched. Instead of being regarded as merely supplementary to traditional industry and manufacturing, services have generated progressively rising levels of growth in developed economies while at the same time coming to be recognised as major drivers of innovation.


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Published: March Pages: ISBN From research and development to legal and marketing services, a wide range of knowledge-intensive service activities (KISAs) enables firms and public sector organisations to better innovate.

Books; Innovation and Knowledge-Intensive Service Activities Innovation and Knowledge-Intensive Service Activities From research and development to legal and marketing services, a wide range of knowledge-intensive service activities (KISAs) enables firms and public sector organisations to better innovate.

In addition to this, recent literature has identified Knowledge Intensive Service Activities (KISA) as a vital element for innovation, and thus, economic growth (see also Knowledge Intensive. This study shows how knowledge-intensive services activities (KISAs) contribute to the acquisition and growth capabilities of firms and public sector organisations.

This site is powered by KeepeekLogiciel de Digital Asset Management for business. Books; Innovation and Knowledge-Intensive Service Activities Innovation and Knowledge-Intensive Service Activities (Chinese version) Chinese Also available in: English.

Related Content: Toggle Dropdown. OECD Science, Technology and Industry Outlook ; Innovation in Energy Technology. The report is drawn on the analysis of the nature of innovation processes; how businesses innovate and what role knowledge-intensive service activities (KISA) play in innovation process.

KISA is defi ned as the activities undertaken by fi rms when they mix and match expertise and assistance provided by external sources, private and public, with. This report focuses on the role of knowledge intensive service activities in the tourism industry in Australia.

The study is part of an ARC funded project1 on ‘Driving Innovation: Mixing, Matching and Transforming Knowledge-Intensive Services into Innovation.’ The study is also part of the OECD KISA project2.

Overview of the Industry. KIBS firms are simply specialists in these service activities, which these are their main products. Some KIBS specialists may be lurking in many of these—are either knowledge-intensive services such as health, education, telecommunications, finance, or business.

Knowledge intensive industries compete primarily on their capacity to innovate and thrive on cutting-edge knowledge, which drives both research and innovation. Indeed, knowledge intensive organizations (KIOs) constantly seek to reinforce sustainable links between forms of knowledge and modes of innovation.

For instance, Larsen found empirical evidence in Denmark showing that (1) KIBS are more innovation-oriented compared to firms in all service sectors taken as a whole; and (2) relative to KIBS, there is a relationship between high levels of internationalisation and high levels of innovation activities.

Get this from a library. Innovation and knowledge-intensive service activities. [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.; SourceOECD (Online service);] -- From research and development to legal and marketing services, a wide range of knowledge-intensive service activities (KISAs) enables firms and public sector organizations to better innovate.

OECD () Knowledge intensive service activities in innovation systems – Australian proposal for a case study, Directorate for science, technolog y and industry, Committee for scientific and.

KISA: Knowledge Intensive Service Activities. Knowledge-intensive service inputs provided by external KIBS suppliers or public and non-governmental sector service suppliers or by in-house expertise within the firm.

Knowledge: Facts, information and awareness of something acquired through learning. Innovation: The economic exploitation of novel.

In a knowledge-based economy, the development of a particular type of services, knowledge intensive business services (KIBS), becomes one of the characteristic trends in economic evolution. Current research focuses mainly on service innovation in developed countries, but little consideration is given to the situation in developing countries.

The following economic activity sectors are defined as knowledge-intensive services, abbreviated as KIS (NACE Rev.2 codes - 2-digit level between brackets). High-tech knowledge-intensive services: Motion picture, video and television programme production, sound recording and music publishing activities.

Knowledge Intensive Business Services (KIBS) are more and more important for the national economy and have become an important part of national innovation system.

This change is called knowledge economy era, postindustrial era or service economy era. 1. Introduction. Place making is increasingly manifesting itself as a popular strategy adopted by the competitive cities for retaining talent force in order to sustain creativity and knowledge generation in their blooming spatial assemblages of innovation and knowledge-intensive activities and functions (Edvardsson et al.,Yigitcanlar, ).

Knowledge-Intensive Service Activities (KISA) in Innovation of the Mining Technology Services Sector in Australia M.

Cristina Martinez-Fernandez November AEGIS is a Research Centre of the University of Western Sydney. Skills and Innovation in Knowledge Intensive Service Activities Edited by Cristina Martinez-Fernandez, Ian Miles and Tamara Weyman There has been a great deal of discussion on the knowledge economy, but much of this has been more a matter of rhetoric than serious analysis.

Miles, I [] Knowledge intensive business services: Prospects and policies. Foresight, 7(6), 39– Crossref, Google Scholar; Miles, I, N Kastrinos, K Flanagan, R Bilderbeek, P den Hertog, W Huntink and M Bouman (). Knowledge-intensive business services: Users, carriers and sources of innovation, A Report to DG13 SPRINT-EIMS.

Google. : The Knowledge Economy at Work: Skills and Innovation in Knowledge Intensive Service Activities (): Cristina Martinez-Fernandez, Ian Miles, Tamara Weyman, Cristina Martinez-Fernandez, Ian Miles, Tamara Weyman: Books.Get this from a library! Innovation and Knowledge-Intensive Service Activities.

[Organisation for Economic Co-Operation] -- From research and development to legal and marketing services, a wide range of knowledge-intensive service activities (KISAs) enables firms and public sector organisations to better innovate. KISAs.Building on a problem‐solving perspective to value creation and capture, and on the business strategy literature, we argue that the actions that knowledge‐intensive business service (KIBS) firms take to identify, select and solve client problems will affect their approach to capturing value from innovation.