|Reference : Inter-organizational learning within innovation projects : critical stages, issues and g...|
|Scientific congresses and symposiums : Unpublished conference|
|Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Sociology & social sciences|
|Inter-organizational learning within innovation projects : critical stages, issues and good practices|
|Rondeaux, Giseline [Université de Liège - ULg > > LENTIC >]|
|Chalant, Ingrid [Université de Liège - ULg > Département de personne et société > Psychologie sociale des groupes et des organisations >]|
|Degré, Julie [Université de Liège - ULg > > LENTIC >]|
|Gribomont [> >]|
|Heck [> >]|
|Mutsers [> >]|
|Levêque, Audrey [Université de Liège - ULg > > LENTIC - Gestion des ressources humaines >]|
|TCI Global Conference 2009|
|12-16th October 2009|
|[en] clusters ; interorganizational learning ; innovation projects|
|[en] In September 2005, the Walloon Government decided to adopt “the Walloon Marshall Plan”, one of the priorities of which is the setting up of competitiveness clusters bringing together different contributors (businesses, private & public research centres and training centres).
In this context, our aim is to understand how the businesses and the research and training centres are managing to put in place partnership dynamics in order to create innovative projects. To achieve this, we have chosen to focus primarily on the dynamics of inter-organizational learning. Consequently, within the five competitiveness clusters set up in mid-2006, we have opted to focus in particular on 4 projects which have emerged from them.
The conceptual model upon which we have based our initiative is structured around this aim and makes use of various analytical benchmarks. Inspired in particular by the work of Holmqvist (2003), this model constitutes our reading and analysis framework for the projects selected from the four competitiveness clusters selected.
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