Networked innovation

4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Companies increasingly form project consortia to integrate their knowledge in order to realize ambitious innovation goals. This project addresses the specific challenges of such networked innovation, such as the identification of critical knowledge and the search for related and suitable partners. The aim is to develop tools and interventions to better harness the potential of collaboration across organisations. The project will investigate how a designerly approach enables collaboration in innovative networks, since designing is no longer only the activity of the traditional designer, but also of other stakeholders such as suppliers and end users.

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Project leader: Dr. ir. Maaike Kleinsmann

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Companies increasingly form project consortia to integrate their knowledge in order to realize ambitious innovation goals. This project addresses the specific challenges of such networked innovation, such as the identification of critical knowledge and the search for related and suitable partners. The aim is to develop tools and interventions to better harness the potential of collaboration across organisations. The project will investigate how a designerly approach enables collaboration in innovative networks, since designing is no longer only the activity of the traditional designer, but also of other stakeholders such as suppliers and end users.

Download the full Projectposter (PDF, 3Mb)

Project leader: Dr. ir. Maaike Kleinsmann

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Networked innovation

Companies increasingly form project consortia to integrate their knowledge in order to realize ambitious innovation goals. This project addresses the specific challenges of such networked innovation, such as the identification of critical knowledge and the search for related and suitable partners. The aim is to develop tools and interventions to better harness the potential of collaboration across organisations. The project will investigate how a designerly approach enables collaboration in innovative networks, since designing is no longer only the activity of the traditional designer, but also of other stakeholders such as suppliers and end users.

Download the full Projectposter (PDF, 3Mb)

Project leader: Dr. ir. Maaike Kleinsmann

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Companies increasingly form project consortia to integrate their knowledge in order to realize ambitious innovation goals. This project addresses the specific challenges of such networked innovation, such as the identification of critical knowledge and the search for related and suitable partners. The aim is to develop tools and interventions to better harness the potential of collaboration across organisations. The project will investigate how a designerly approach enables collaboration in innovative networks, since designing is no longer only the activity of the traditional designer, but also of other stakeholders such as suppliers and end users.

Download the full Projectposter (PDF, 3Mb)

Project leader: Dr. ir. Maaike Kleinsmann

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