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Open Innovation in Small Business : Creating Values for Sustainability / Ahmad Rafiki, Leo-Paul Dana, and Muhammad Dharma Tuah Putra Nasution, editors.

Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer fileSeries: Contributions to Environmental Sciences and Innovative Business Technology SeriesPublisher: Singapore : Springer, 2023Copyright date: ©2023Edition: First editionDescription: 1 online resource (vii, 294 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9789819951420
Subject(s): Genre/Form: LOC classification:
  • HD2341 .O646 2023
Contents:
1 The Role of Business Model Innovation (BMI) in Social Enterprises During Pandemic COVID-19 in Indonesia: A Case of Islamic Boarding Schools’ Business Units -- 2 Co-creation Strategy in Empowering Indigenous Women’s Innovation in Indonesia: Empirical Evidence of Weaver Community Entrepreneurs in West Nusa Tenggara -- 3 Underlying Factors of Green Innovation Adoption Among Indonesian Batik Enterprises -- 4 Towards Adopting Innovative Quick Response (QR)-Enabled Contactless Transaction Payment: The Malaysian MSMES’ Entrepreneurial Perspective in COVID-19 Setting -- 5 Digital Strategies and Policy Approach for Small Medium Micro Business Development in Indonesia -- 6 Social Media as an Open Innovation: Deciphering Its Relationship with Firm Performance, Compatibility, and Security Concern -- 7 Designing Value Proposition for Increasing Business Competitiveness: A Case Study of Startup Business in Indonesia -- 8 Comparing Critical Factors for Big Data Analytics (BDA) Adoption Among Malaysian Manufacturing and Construction SMEs -- 9 Unpacking the Potential of Crowdsourcing via Social Media to Foster New Product Development Among Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises -- 10 How the Innovation Climate and Open Innovation Practices Contribute to Firm Innovativeness in Small- and Medium-Scale Enterprises? An Empirical Analysis -- 11 Characteristics of Small and Medium-Scale Enterprises: Orientation, Innovation, Performance, and Competitiveness -- 12 A Review on Innovation Audits -- 13 A Study of Muslim Women Entrepreneurs’ SMEs Challenges and Motivation in the Asia Pacific Region -- 14 Rethinking Economic Crises in Islamic Perspective: Innovating Approach in Systematic Literature Review -- 15 Sustainability Indicator Performance Measurement Framework for the Malaysian Defence Industry Offset Program -- 16 A Comprehensive Review on Innovation in Small Business -- 17 Family Business and Innovation on Internationalisation Process -- 18 Shariah Governance Framework for Islamic Donation-Based Crowdfunding Platforms in Malaysia.
Summary: The book emphasizes the open innovation which mainly consists of innovation inside-out and outside-in needed by the small and medium-sized enterprises (SME). This open innovation relates to the performance and survival of SMEs in a global competition. The SMEs must learn, have, and do innovative initiatives and actions. This book elaborates all related concepts and innovative practices toward better performances, which includes the impacts of globalization and dynamic markets with a special focus on sustainability. Every country has different perspectives considering open innovation as a solution to the businesses. Thus, readers can see the best practices to be adopted or adapted in their business environment. The book includes the solution for the SMEs in terms of creating values. Open innovation is known as a window for creating values. Open innovation can be seen by SMEs as a possible way to adapt and thrive in an increasingly competitive and volatile environment, including to overcome their limitations. By implementing open innovation, SMEs will compensate for their lack of internal resources and competencies through external resources to develop new technologies and take advantage of market opportunities. This book is dedicated to the entrepreneurs, businessmen, practitioners, policymakers, academician, and students in developing strategies and having future plan related to innovation which is crucial for creating values in business operations. A benchmarking through innovation is important to improve among businesses to achieve effectiveness and efficiency.
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1 The Role of Business Model Innovation (BMI) in Social Enterprises During Pandemic COVID-19 in Indonesia: A Case of Islamic Boarding Schools’ Business Units -- 2 Co-creation Strategy in Empowering Indigenous Women’s Innovation in Indonesia: Empirical Evidence of Weaver Community Entrepreneurs in West Nusa Tenggara -- 3 Underlying Factors of Green Innovation Adoption Among Indonesian Batik Enterprises -- 4 Towards Adopting Innovative Quick Response (QR)-Enabled Contactless Transaction Payment: The Malaysian MSMES’ Entrepreneurial Perspective in COVID-19 Setting -- 5 Digital Strategies and Policy Approach for Small Medium Micro Business Development in Indonesia -- 6 Social Media as an Open Innovation: Deciphering Its Relationship with Firm Performance, Compatibility, and Security Concern -- 7 Designing Value Proposition for Increasing Business Competitiveness: A Case Study of Startup Business in Indonesia -- 8 Comparing Critical Factors for Big Data Analytics (BDA) Adoption Among Malaysian Manufacturing and Construction SMEs -- 9 Unpacking the Potential of Crowdsourcing via Social Media to Foster New Product Development Among Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises -- 10 How the Innovation Climate and Open Innovation Practices Contribute to Firm Innovativeness in Small- and Medium-Scale Enterprises? An Empirical Analysis -- 11 Characteristics of Small and Medium-Scale Enterprises: Orientation, Innovation, Performance, and Competitiveness -- 12 A Review on Innovation Audits -- 13 A Study of Muslim Women Entrepreneurs’ SMEs Challenges and Motivation in the Asia Pacific Region -- 14 Rethinking Economic Crises in Islamic Perspective: Innovating Approach in Systematic Literature Review -- 15 Sustainability Indicator Performance Measurement Framework for the Malaysian Defence Industry Offset Program -- 16 A Comprehensive Review on Innovation in Small Business -- 17 Family Business and Innovation on Internationalisation Process -- 18 Shariah Governance Framework for Islamic Donation-Based Crowdfunding Platforms in Malaysia.

The book emphasizes the open innovation which mainly consists of innovation inside-out and outside-in needed by the small and medium-sized enterprises (SME). This open innovation relates to the performance and survival of SMEs in a global competition. The SMEs must learn, have, and do innovative initiatives and actions. This book elaborates all related concepts and innovative practices toward better performances, which includes the impacts of globalization and dynamic markets with a special focus on sustainability. Every country has different perspectives considering open innovation as a solution to the businesses. Thus, readers can see the best practices to be adopted or adapted in their business environment. The book includes the solution for the SMEs in terms of creating values. Open innovation is known as a window for creating values. Open innovation can be seen by SMEs as a possible way to adapt and thrive in an increasingly competitive and volatile environment, including to overcome their limitations. By implementing open innovation, SMEs will compensate for their lack of internal resources and competencies through external resources to develop new technologies and take advantage of market opportunities. This book is dedicated to the entrepreneurs, businessmen, practitioners, policymakers, academician, and students in developing strategies and having future plan related to innovation which is crucial for creating values in business operations. A benchmarking through innovation is important to improve among businesses to achieve effectiveness and efficiency.

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.

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