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Informační podpora řízení inovací v malých a středních podnicích


Business Administration and Management

Informační podpora řízení inovací v malých a středních podnicích

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Zdeněk Molnár, Petr Bernat

Year:
2007
Issue:
1
Keywords:
information needs, information sources, external environment turbulence, information_x000D_ support cycle, information support system for innovation management, business clusters, competitive_x000D_ intelligence
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Authors of this article, members of the project „Knowledge Base for Search and Development of Synergic Entrepreneurial Alliances“ which is funded by the Czech Academy of Science, have decided to…more
Authors of this article, members of the project „Knowledge Base for Search and Development of
Synergic Entrepreneurial Alliances“ which is funded by the Czech Academy of Science, have decided
to prepare an overview of the innovative management in the Czech small and medium-sized
enterprises (SME). The previous article has been orientated toward the definition of innovation,
innovative strategies suitable for SME and building the business cluster.
This article deals with requirements on information support for innovation management as a result
of the turbulence of external environment (changing, discontinuous and surprising) and its
implications for manager‘s attitude innovation. Article describes the cycle of information support
(management - collection - analyses - dissemination) and determines the information support system
requirements. Main focus is devoted to classification of information sources, especially to the
external sources. Information products, that are results of the information process, are characterized
according the type of questions and possible answers.
Further this article touches the problematic limited resources solved by creation of business
clusters, while discusses also the pitfalls connected with cooperation of cluster members connected
with sharing of information among members of the cluster. This article also points out the
similarity of methods and processes used in Competitive Intelligence. For innovation management
are imported both strategic, competitors, market and technological aspects of Competitive Intelligence.
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