Responsible Innovation 1

Responsible Innovation 1

This book addresses the methodological issues involved in responsible innovation and provides an overview of recent applications of multidisciplinary research.

Author: Jeroen van den Hoven

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789401789561

Category: Philosophy

Page: 392

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This book addresses the methodological issues involved in responsible innovation and provides an overview of recent applications of multidisciplinary research. Responsible innovation involves research into the ethical and societal aspects of new technologies (e.g. ICT, nanotechnology, biotechnology and brain sciences) and of changes in technological systems (e.g. energy, transport, agriculture and water). This research is highly multidisciplinary. It involves close collaboration between researchers in such diverse fields as ethics, social science, law, economics, applied science, engineering - as well as innovative, design-oriented and policy-relevant. Although there is a trend to engage ethicists and social scientists early in technology development, most literature in the field of Technology Assessment or Ethics of Technology is still aimed at one discipline whereas this book incorporates different approaches and to discuss experiences, lessons and more general theoretical issues.
Categories: Philosophy

Responsible Innovation

Responsible Innovation

At a time when the limits on human progress are ever-decreasing and the consequences of human actions have never been so critical to predict and manage, the responsible nature of innovations has acquired a whole new importance.Firms now ...

Author: Xavier Pavie

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814525091

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 188

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At a time when the limits on human progress are ever-decreasing and the consequences of human actions have never been so critical to predict and manage, the responsible nature of innovations has acquired a whole new importance. Firms now need to find the appropriate balance between achieving positive growth and performance while integrating the concept of responsible innovation at the very core of innovation strategies and processes. Based on extensive academic research and illustrated by multiple case studies and examples, this book will help understand the challenges and issues of responsible innovation for leaders and managers. It will also provide a process for implementing responsible innovation into an organization while improving performance sustainably. Contents:IntroductionThe Emergence of the Responsible Innovation ConceptThe Uncertain Nature of the Innovation EnvironmentA Global Integration of Responsible Innovation into OrganizationsPolicy Case for Responsible InnovationResponsible Innovation within Research and EducationAchieving Responsible Innovation and Optimizing on PerformanceConclusion Readership: Students and academics in innovation studies; managers and leaders handling innovation activities in organizations. Keywords:Innovation;Responsibility;Strategy;Management;Responsible Innovation;Global IntegrationKey Features:Serves as a critical tool for SMEs and large-scale organizations wishing to implement a responsible innovation strategyGoes beyond the theory of responsible innovation and provides a process for integrating responsibility into an organization's various activities as well as their innovation process
Categories: Business & Economics

Responsible Innovation 2

Responsible Innovation 2

This is indispensable reading for anyone interested in or working on innovation. This book discusses issues regarding conceptualization, governance and implementation of responsible innovation.

Author: Bert-Jaap Koops

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319173085

Category: Philosophy

Page: 303

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This book discusses issues regarding conceptualization, governance and implementation of responsible innovation. It treats different approaches to making responsible innovation a reality and it contains new case studies that illustrate challenges and solutions. Research on Responsible Innovation is by its nature highly multidisciplinary, and also pro-active, design-oriented and policy-relevant. Until a few years back, the concept of Responsible Innovation was hardly used - nowadays it is increasingly receiving attention from both researchers and policy makers. This is indispensable reading for anyone interested in or working on innovation.
Categories: Philosophy

International Handbook on Responsible Innovation

International Handbook on Responsible Innovation

This book brings together well-known authors from the US, Europe and Asia who develop conceptual and regional perspectives on responsible innovation as well as exploring the prospects for further implementation of responsible innovation in ...

Author: René von Schomberg

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781784718862

Category: Science

Page: 592

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The Handbook constitutes a global resource for the fast growing interdisciplinary research and policy communities addressing the challenge of driving innovation towards socially desirable outcomes. This book brings together well-known authors from the US, Europe and Asia who develop conceptual and regional perspectives on responsible innovation as well as exploring the prospects for further implementation of responsible innovation in emerging technological practices ranging from agriculture and medicine, to nanotechnology and robotics. The emphasis is on the socio-economic and normative dimensions of innovation including issues of social risk and sustainability.
Categories: Science

Responsible Innovation 3

Responsible Innovation 3

Responsible innovation as an endorsement of public values: The need for
interdisciplinary research. Journal of Responsible Innovation 1 (1): 118–124. Van
der Burg, Simone, and Tjsalling Swierstra, eds. 2013. Ethics on the laboratory
floor.

Author: Lotte Asveld

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319648347

Category: Philosophy

Page: 256

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This book offers a comprehensive overview of current developments in the field of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). Divided into three parts, the book first presents reflections on the concept of RI from various angles: how did it come about, who is involved and how might in be applied in various contexts, such as the academic environment or in developing countries. The second part discusses the actual application of RRI to technology development: for climate engineering, water management and energy technology along with a general discussion on how to integrate RRI in innovation trajectories. The last part offers a closer look at the application of RRI to the business context. This part offers lessons from comparable concepts such as social and sustainability innovation as well as insights from two case-studies, one in the food sector and the other in data management. As a whole, the book contributes to the ongoing development of the framework of RRI by giving an overview of the state-of-the art research, presenting the lessons learned from several case studies, and showing the way for future application of RI in other fields and cultural contexts, such as industry and developing countries.
Categories: Philosophy

Assessment of Responsible Innovation

Assessment of Responsible Innovation

Guston, D. H., Fisher, E., Grunwald, A., Owen, R., Swierstra, T., & Van der Burg, S.
(2014). Responsible innovation: Motivations for a new journal. Journal of
Responsible Innovation 1(1), 1–8. Hair, J. F., Black, W. C., Babin, B. J., Anderson,
R. E. ...

Author: Emad Yaghmaei

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000292800

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 376

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Responsible Innovation encourages innovators to work together with stakeholders during the research and innovation process, to better align the outcomes of innovation with the values, needs and expectations of society. Assessing the benefits and costs of Responsible Innovation is crucial for furthering the responsible conduct of science, technology and innovation. However, there is until now only limited academic work on Responsible Innovation assessment. This book fills this lacuna. Assessment of Responsible Innovation: Methods and Practices presents tools for measuring, monitoring, and reporting upon the Responsible Innovation process and the social, environmental, scientific, and economic impacts of innovations. These tools help innovators to mitigate risk and to strengthen their strategic planning. This book aligns assessment tools and practices with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The prospects as well as the limitations of various Responsible Innovation assessment approaches and tools are discussed, as well as their applicability in various industry contexts. The book brings together leading scholars in the field to present the most comprehensive review of Responsible Innovation tools. It articulates the importance of assessment and value creation, the different metrics and monitoring systems that can be deployed and the reporting mechanisms, including the importance of effective communication.
Categories: Business & Economics

Responsible Innovation in Digital Health

Responsible Innovation in Digital Health

This book covers the need for responsible innovation in this area, exploring the issues of implementation as well as potential negative consequences to ensure digital healthcare delivers for the benefit of all stakeholders.

Author: Tatiana Iakovleva

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781788975063

Category: Medical

Page: 288

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Powerful new approaches and advances in medical systems drive increasingly high expectations for healthcare providers internationally. The form of digital healthcare – a suite of new technologies offering significant benefits in cost and quality – allow institutions to keep pace with society’s needs. This book covers the need for responsible innovation in this area, exploring the issues of implementation as well as potential negative consequences to ensure digital healthcare delivers for the benefit of all stakeholders.
Categories: Medical

Experiment Earth

Experiment Earth

This book gives students, researchers and the general reader interested in the place of science in contemporary society a compelling framework for future thinking and discussion.

Author: Jack Stilgoe

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317909149

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

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Experiments in geoengineering – intentionally manipulating the Earth’s climate to reduce global warming – have become the focus of a vital debate about responsible science and innovation. Drawing on three years of sociological research working with scientists on one of the world’s first major geoengineering projects, this book examines the politics of experimentation. Geoengineering provides a test case for rethinking the responsibilities of scientists and asking how science can take better care of the futures that it helps bring about. This book gives students, researchers and the general reader interested in the place of science in contemporary society a compelling framework for future thinking and discussion.
Categories: Business & Economics

Responsible Innovation

Responsible Innovation

This book begins with a description of the current landscape of innovation and in subsequent chapters offers perspectives on the emerging concept of responsible innovation and its historical foundations, including key elements of a ...

Author: Richard Owen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118551400

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 312

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Science and innovation have the power to transform our lives andthe world we live in - for better or worse – in ways thatoften transcend borders and generations: from the innovation ofcomplex financial products that played such an important role inthe recent financial crisis to current proposals to intentionallyengineer our Earth’s climate. The promise of science andinnovation brings with it ethical dilemmas and impacts which areoften uncertain and unpredictable: it is often only once these haveemerged that we feel able to control them. How do we undertakescience and innovation responsibly under such conditions, towardsnot only socially acceptable, but socially desirable goals and in away that is democratic, equitable and sustainable? Responsibleinnovation challenges us all to think about our responsibilitiesfor the future, as scientists, innovators and citizens, and to actupon these. This book begins with a description of the current landscape ofinnovation and in subsequent chapters offers perspectives on theemerging concept of responsible innovation and its historicalfoundations, including key elements of a responsible innovationapproach and examples of practical implementation. Written in a constructive and accessible way, ResponsibleInnovation includes chapters on: Innovation and its management in the 21st century A vision and framework for responsible innovation Concepts of future-oriented responsibility as an underpinningphilosophy Values – sensitive design Key themes of anticipation, reflection, deliberation andresponsiveness Multi – level governance and regulation Perspectives on responsible innovation in finance, ICT,geoengineering and nanotechnology Essentially multidisciplinary in nature, this landmark textcombines research from the fields of science and technologystudies, philosophy, innovation governance, business studies andbeyond to address the question, “How do we ensure theresponsible emergence of science and innovation insociety?”
Categories: Business & Economics

Innovation

Innovation

The NCR 7731 / Ecologically Responsible Design , Business and Technology "
by Hamilton , Alistair and Michael ... 1 , 1984 . " VXR - 12 Film Digitizer / The
Sincere Irreverence Path to Responsible Innovation " by Bressler , Peter ; Vol . 13
, No ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015048210853

Category: Design, Industrial

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One issue each year consists of an annual conference review.
Categories: Design, Industrial

Responsible Innovation at the Firm level Tracing in Car Industry

Responsible Innovation at the Firm level   Tracing in Car Industry

The literature review reveals the shortcomings of the Linear and Interactive models, Innovation Systems models, Open Innovation model and the Sustainable Innovation approach, for helping firms to innovate responsibly.

Author: Abel Zahinos Ruiz

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:1120472409

Category:

Page: 177

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Innovation is an essential activity for the competitiveness of firms. It has also contributed positively to increasing the living standards of millions of people. However, it is widely recognized that innovation co-produces unintended impacts on socio- economic and ecological systems. Existing mechanisms of control and authorization, i.e. regulations, are inefficient in preventing the diffusion of innovations which give rise to ethical, social, economic and/or environmental concerns. The ineffiency of regulations and the increasing capability of science and technology to create long-lasting and far-reaching impacts have stressed the need of introducing responsibility issues through innovation processes. The aim is to foster the generation of ethically acceptable, socially desirable and sustainable innovation. But, how can firms generate innovation in a more responsible manner? The purpose of this thesis is to contribute to the development of the Responsible Innovation (RI) approach. In particular, its aim is to propose and validate a framework for helping firms to innovate more responsibly. For achieving this aim, the thesis is organized around a two-stage research procedure. First, an extensive literature research on models and approaches of innovation is conducted to generate a theoretical framework explaining how to innovate more responsibly. The literature review reveals the shortcomings of the Linear and Interactive models, Innovation Systems models, Open Innovation model and the Sustainable Innovation approach, for helping firms to innovate responsibly. Therefore, the emerging approach of RI is explored. The literature review shows that three frameworks for RI have been proposed so far. The analysis of these frameworks leads to the adoption of one as the most suitable for addressing the research objective of this dissertation. The theoretical framework suggests that the generation of RI is contingent on ensuring care of certain values for sustainability through the innovation process. For ensuring care of values, the framework proposes five dimensions: Anticipation, Participation, Deliberation, Reflexivity and Responsiveness. As an evolving theory, the adopted framework shows two shortcomings that requires further research: 1) the framework does not suggest methods for deploying the dimensions at firm-level; and 2) it provides little empirical evidence supporting its validity. To overcome the first shortcoming, the five dimensions are further developed and a set of methods are proposed based on a literature review.The second stage of this thesis focuses on the empirical research part. This part aims to overcome the second shortcoming of the framework for RI, i.e. the little empirical evidence supporting its validity. Thereby, a multi-case study research strategy is adopted as the most suitable to test the validity of the framework. The research design involves the elaboration of a seven propositions. Then, three cases from the car industry are selected and analysed as potential instances of RI. The first case refers to an innovation process aimed to commercialize electric vehicles. The second case is an innovation process aimed at commecializing Advanced Driver Assistance Systems for enhancing the safety and competitiveness of certain vehicles. The last case is an innovation process that created a new safety system aimed at reducing the potential consequences of car accidents. The cross-analysis of the cases provides evidence which confirmes the seven propositions and therefore the validity of the framework for explaining how to generate RI. Conclusions and practical implications for firms attempting to innovate responsibly are drawn based on the case results. The main contribution of this research is a set of validated mechanisms which can be used at the firm level for fostering the generation of innovation outcomes which contribute to sustainability.
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ICT and Society

ICT and Society

1 Introduction The concept of innovation is nowadays coming back to fashion
with the prefix “responsible” attached to it, to form the phrase “Responsible
Innovation” or “Responsible Research Innovation” (RRI) [7,8]. The addition of the
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Author: Kai Kimppa

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783662442081

Category: Computers

Page: 377

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 11th IFIP TC 9 International Conference on Human Choice and Computers, HCC11 2014, held in Turku, Finland, in July/August 2014. The 29 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers are based on both academic research and the professional experience of information technologists working in the field. They have been organized in the following topical sections: society, social responsibility, ethics and ICT; the history of computing and its meaning for the future; peace, war, cyber-security and ICT; and health, care, well-being and ICT.
Categories: Computers

The State of Innovation at Firm Level in Singapore

The State of Innovation at Firm Level in Singapore

Innovation Organization Project and Stage - gate Manage and Launch
Organizational structure and networks to drive Innovation 1. Who is responsible
for loading Innovation ? No one is explicitly responsible R & D Director is
explicitly ...

Author: Hitendra Patel

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822037081999

Category: Creative ability in business

Page: 131

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Categories: Creative ability in business

Multinational Financial Accounting

Multinational Financial Accounting

Exhibit A.1 ( continued ) Factors Primarily Responsible Factors Primarily
Responsible Innovation Innovation Financial Processes 2,6 Shelf registration
Discount brokerage Point - of - sale terminals Electronic funds transfer /
automated clearing ...

Author: Ahmed Riahi-Belkaoui

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UOM:39015024792692

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 222

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This volume offers comprehensive coverage of multinational financial accounting issues. Among the specific topics addressed are the dimensions of multinational financial accounting, the efforts underway to harmonize international standards, the international environment within which multinational firms operate, and specific multinational financial accounting practices.
Categories: Business & Economics

The Hermeneutic Side of Responsible Research and Innovation

The Hermeneutic Side of Responsible Research and Innovation

The book investigates the meaning of RRI if little or no valid knowledge about consequences of innovation and technology is available.

Author: Armin Grunwald

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781786300850

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 234

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The book investigates the meaning of RRI if little or no valid knowledge about consequences of innovation and technology is available. It proposes a hermeneutical turn to investigate narratives about possible futures with respect to their contemporary meaning instead of regarding them as anticipations of the future.
Categories: Business & Economics

Responsible Innovation in Neurotechnology Enterprises

Responsible Innovation in Neurotechnology Enterprises

Abstract: Novel neurotechnology offers significant potential for the promotion of health and economic growth.

Author: Hermann Garden

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:1133216611

Category: Industry and Services

Page: 49

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Abstract: Novel neurotechnology offers significant potential for the promotion of health and economic growth. Spearheaded by large national and international flagship initiatives in brain science and fuelled by a clear medical need, research both in the public and private sector has made considerable strides towards novel neurotechnology, services and markets. At the same time, neurotechnology raises a range of unique ethical, legal, and policy questions that potential business models will have to address. This document is the result of analytical work on the opportunities and challenges of implementing responsibility frameworks into neurotechnology translation at major brain research initiatives and in the private sector. The report draws on: (1) the discussion at the BNCT workshop "Minding Neurotechnology: delivering responsible innovation for health and well-being", 2018, Shanghai, People's Republic of China; and (2) commentaries by workshop participants. The Workshop provided a forum for innovators to discuss strategies for delivering responsible innovation in neurotechnology
Categories: Industry and Services

Responsible Innovation in Large Technological Systems

Responsible Innovation in Large Technological Systems

This book defines responsible innovation and describes how both the innovation process and the resulting innovation outcome can be designed, created and implemented in a way that respects the various stakeholder groups involved and affected ...

Author: J. Roland Ortt

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000043228

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 174

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Large technological systems, such as seaports, nuclear power stations, wind farms and natural gas extraction, provide vital functions for society. And yet these large technological systems have an impact on different stakeholder groups in both positive and negative ways. This book defines responsible innovation and describes how both the innovation process and the resulting innovation outcome can be designed, created and implemented in a way that respects the various stakeholder groups involved and affected by the system. Taking a case-based approach, a number of large technological systems are profiled, including hydraulic engineering, nuclear energy, smart metering, and wind power. The values of each of the stakeholder groups, and the costs and benefits of the systems presented, are analysed. The book concludes by combining these insights to provide a framework for how responsible innovation of large technological systems can be implemented in practice. The book will be of particular interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students and researchers in technology and innovation management, and corporate governance, CSR and business ethics.
Categories: Business & Economics

Learning Regional Innovation

Learning Regional Innovation

... 51–2 Europe intheCreative Age,17 Fagerberg, J.,23, 32, 156 financial crisis
socially/economically responsible innovation and, 1–2 stateintervention and,1–3
Financial Times,15–6 Finland benchmarking study,261–2 Finnish National Fund
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Author: Marianne Ekman

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230304154

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 300

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Participation and social responsibility in innovation is the core theme of this book. Both are issues of organization and not of ethics, or the enforcement of other forms of obligations on individual actors. The need is for a democratization of innovation that can make innovation open to broad participation.
Categories: Business & Economics

Proceedings

Proceedings

TABLE 1 The strongest Drivers to Innovative RD & E Performance ( All
Associations measured with Kendall Tau ... of 450 R , D & E managers conducive
to the enhancement of these responsible for directing innovative drivers .
activities .

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ISBN: UOM:39015015422077

Category: Engineering

Page:

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Categories: Engineering

Illinois School Research

Illinois School Research

1 : 38 The Inadequacy of Rank in High School Class as a Predictor of College
Success . No. 1 : 16 In - Service Programs and Responsible Innovation . No. 3 : 7
Letters To the Editors .... No. 2 : 7 The Nature and Nuture of Innovation ... No.

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ISBN: UIUC:30112108208866

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