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Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 11 avhandlingar innehållade orden Enrico Baraldi.
1. When Information Technology Faces Resource Interaction : Using IT Tools to Handle Products at IKEA and Edsbyn
Sammanfattning : This thesis investigates the interplay between IT and the other resources in business networks. IT tools are important facilities that firms utilize in several managerial tasks. LÄS MER
2. Collaboration in practice : A multiple case study on collaboration between small enterprises and university researchers
Sammanfattning : University-industry collaborations (UICs) have been hailed as key for Sweden's innovativeness and economic growth. Similarly, building research and innovation policies for the promotion of collaboration between universities and industry have become a cornerstone for many other European countries. LÄS MER
3. Exploitation of University-Based Healthcare Innovations : The Behaviors of Three Key Actors and Influencing Factors
Sammanfattning : Large resources are invested in healthcare research, but despite this there is a wide gap between research knowledge and healthcare practice. Implementation researchers have addressed this gap, focusing mostly on the role of healthcare practitioners. LÄS MER
4. The Digital Transformation of the Manufacturing Industry : Metamorphic Changes and Value Creation in the Industrial Network
Sammanfattning : The Industry 4.0 trend poses many challenges for the manufacturing industry and societies generally. The trend presents new challenges and opportunities related to industrial competitiveness and sustainability, as industrial firms adopt digital technologies to change how they interact and exchange data across their industrial network. LÄS MER
5. Engineered temporary networks : Effects of control and temporality on inter-organizational interaction
Sammanfattning : The world is facing a growing threat of antibiotic resistance. The development of new antibiotics is of utmost importance; otherwise, we go back to the pre-antibiotic era where common infections become life-threatening. Despite this need for new antibiotics, a market failure is hampering its development. LÄS MER