Stakeholder engagement and Social Innovation. An Analysis of the network created by “GAL Terra è Vita”
Stakeholder engagement and Social Innovation. An Analysis of the network created by “GAL Terra è Vita”Mario Tani , Gianpaolo Basile , Maria Antonella Ferri , Andrea Mazzitelli
In the last decades, there has been much fuzz on “open innovation” in terms of its effects on both organizations and business models. Therefore, evolutions on this topic have led to consider open innovation both as a new paradigm of innovation (Chesbrough, 2003; Gassmann, 2006) and as a new business model (Lecocq et al., 2010; George & Bock, 2011; Schneider & Spieth, 2013).
It has been considered as a source of business model innovation as it is based on the company’s ability to both create and “capture” value. The open innovation stimulates business model changing leveraging the company’s characteristics needed and targeted, at continuously exchanging knowledge with stakeholders engaged, within a network-ification process (Teece, 1986; Teece et al., 1997; Vrontis et al., 2020).#open innovation #social innovation #stakeholder engagement