Howlett, R.J., Gabrys, B., Musial-Gabrys, K., Roach, J. (Eds.)
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Recent Research on Innovation through Knowledge Transfer
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Innovation through Knowledge Transfer, InnovationKT-2012 held at 19th & 20th April 2012, Bournemouth, UK
Written by leading experts in the field
Across the world there is growing awareness of the importance of innovation and knowledge transfer. Innovation in the sense of generating new knowledge and making better use of existing knowledge, coupled with knowledge transfer and sharing paradigms, have never been more relevant to the universities, industry, commerce and the third sector. This volume represents the proceedings of the Innovation through Knowledge Transfer 2012 Conference which formed an excellent opportunity to disseminate, share and discuss the impact of innovation, knowledge sharing, enterprise and entrepreneurship. The volume contains papers presented at a Workshop on ‘The Meta Transfer of Knowledge: Challenges in the Transfer of Knowledge in Industry’, others from thematic sessions on ‘Next-Practice in University Based Open Innovation’, ‘Social Innovation and Related Paradigms’, ‘Engagement with Industry and Commerce’ and ‘Knowledge Exchange’. All papers were thoroughly reviewed by referees knowledgeable in practical and theoretical aspects of the subject.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Computational Intelligence - Innovation - Knowledge Transfer
Requirements of Knowledge Commercialization in Universities and Academic Entrepreneurship.-KTP and m-commerce: Innovation in the Building Industry.- Innovation through knowledge transfer to social enterprises in Northern Ireland.- Knowledge Transfer through Diversity Coach and Mentoring Partnerships.- Understanding the Other Side – the Inside Story of the INFER Project.- Facilitating Knowledge Transfer in IANES - A Transactive Memory Approach.- Planes, Trains and Automobiles: The Importance of Location for Knowledge Transfer in the Transportation Sector.