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|Title:||Global business models fostering innovation in the creative industries|
|Citation:||Cultural & Technological Innovation Symposium 2015, 2015 / pp.42-55|
|Publisher:||Institute for Cultural Industries, Shenzen University|
|Publisher Place:||Shenzen University|
|Conference Name:||The convergence of culture and technology in the new context of open-source innovation (CTIS) (13 Nov 2015 - 15 Nov 2015 : Shellzhen, China)|
|Stephen Boyle, Carmen Reaiche, Ervin Caraballo|
|Abstract:||This paper explores business models that can enhance value and innovation in the creative industries and identify which factors are needed to foster innovation. A survey was conducted of managers within cultural and creative industries organisations in Australia and Hong Kong. The results of the survey highlighted key factors that contribute to organisational innovation and those which pose barriers to innovation. From these results a new business model framework is proposed with a focus on organisational culture, idea generation, relationships and collaborations, team work and resource sharing.|
|Keywords:||Innovation; Creativity; Business Models; Australia; Hong Kong|
|Rights:||Copyright status unknown|
|Appears in Collections:||Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation, and Innovation Centre publications|
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