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Vlachou, Myrsini
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2021-05-27T11:08:54Z
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2021-05-27T11:08:54Z
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2021-05-27
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/29709
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Public sector innovation
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Process innovation
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Organizational innovation
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Open innovation and failure
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dc.title
Open innovation and failure
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masterThesis
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2021
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Science and Technology, MSc in Data Science
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2021-01-04
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The main purpose of this review is to analyze and categorize the innovations in the public sector and their possible reasons to fail. There are many examples from literature review that have a conclusion in this classification and the target is for the next possible inventors to follow this list of not to do steps in order to avoid possible failures and take the right decisions. Also, there are describing some types of failure’s innovation that we could face up and we make a categorization about the field of the failure and the types that exist. Some of them are economic, lack of resources either human resources or in another field and decisions that are against policy interests. Moreover, this review has begun to analyze and categorize the innovations in the public sector and their possible reasons for failure. In order to be able to understand the reasons that lead to failure a chapter with the meaning of innovation and the ease of the implementation in the public sector have been included. There are many examples of literature review that focus on finding the reason that led an innovative project to its failure so as the next possible inventors to follow right decisions that will result in the successful implementation. However, there are many types of innovations and each one has its own characteristics and area where it takes place. In this paper we are going to examine open innovations and the four basic categories of innovations in the public sector which are divided in product, process, communication and organization. As for the place, there have been identified some case studies that focus on the clusters of implementation in the sectors of education, construction and health care. Furthermore, according to the type of governance the clusters defers so different types of them have been included. Lastly, the possible failures that a public organization can face up are categorized according to the field that they are applied to. Some of these clusters are, the economic factors, poor leadership, lack of human and material resources, governmental policies and all of them are modified in order to match with the environment that they appear in.
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Peristeras, Vasilios
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Tjortjis, Christos
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Peristeras, Vasilios
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Papadopoulos
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IHU
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ihu
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