Shared innovation system between industry, University and government

Javier Manuel Godenzi Ortiz

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This paper describes the case study of GRAÑA & MONTERO as the promoter of a Shared Innovation System that aims to develop a culture of innovation in the community. Within this system, different institutions (academic community, government organizations and industry associations) interact and members of the engineering community (students, university teachers, principals, researchers and professionals) are involved. GRAÑA & MONTERO is a group of Peruvian companies dedicated to providing engineering services in Latin America. GRAÑA & MONTERO has four business segments: (i) Engineering & Construction; (ii) Infrastructure; (iii) Real State; and (iv) Technical Services. This case is based on the theory of the triple helix as a reference model to achieve proper interaction between university, industry, and government. Its specific objectives are: (a) describe the existing (internal and external) context for creating the system; (b) describe the components and programs covered by the system; (c) present the map of stakeholders and the different forms of participation in system programs; and finally (d) share the main findings and lessons learned. The system developed by GRAÑA & MONTERO has enabled them to share the key elements of the organizational culture of the company with the community, and also has enabled them to develop a network of cooperation that facilitates the generation of capabilities for innovation inside the company.
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Título de la publicación alojadaIAMOT 2015 - 24th International Association for Management of Technology Conference: Technology, Innovation and Management for Sustainable Growth, Proceedings
Número de páginas11
EstadoPublicada - 1 ene. 2015
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