In recent years academic literature has shown how firms’ innovation activities are not exclusively internal processes. Firms are not able to go alone in supporting innovation investments and many scholars have noted the importance of external collaborations. Despite previous literature has analysed strategies, design elements, and processes of corporate entrepreneurship mechanisms, only few academic studies have analysed the elements that such models have in common and whether corporate start-up engagement models used today by corporations still fit in classification given commonly accepted in the literature. To address this gap, we conduct an in-depth analysis of the literature on collaboration between corporate and startups and examine the most relevant elements that the three existing forms of collaboration (i.e., Corporate Incubator, Corporate Accelerator and Corporate Venture) have in common. Finally we proposed three case study which do not fit in the traditional categories highlighting the emergence of innovation platforms.

Innovation Platforms: A New Form Of Oi Collaboration / Nicola Del Sarto; Alberto Di Minin; Matteo Favilli; Giulio Ferrigno; Federico Giovannini. - ELETTRONICO. - (2021), pp. 0-0. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Innovating our Common Future tenutosi a Berlin nel 2021.

Innovation Platforms: A New Form Of Oi Collaboration

Nicola Del Sarto;
2021

Abstract

In recent years academic literature has shown how firms’ innovation activities are not exclusively internal processes. Firms are not able to go alone in supporting innovation investments and many scholars have noted the importance of external collaborations. Despite previous literature has analysed strategies, design elements, and processes of corporate entrepreneurship mechanisms, only few academic studies have analysed the elements that such models have in common and whether corporate start-up engagement models used today by corporations still fit in classification given commonly accepted in the literature. To address this gap, we conduct an in-depth analysis of the literature on collaboration between corporate and startups and examine the most relevant elements that the three existing forms of collaboration (i.e., Corporate Incubator, Corporate Accelerator and Corporate Venture) have in common. Finally we proposed three case study which do not fit in the traditional categories highlighting the emergence of innovation platforms.
Innovating Our Common Future
Innovating our Common Future
Berlin
2021
Nicola Del Sarto; Alberto Di Minin; Matteo Favilli; Giulio Ferrigno; Federico Giovannini
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