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Development of innovation management model in complex collaboration on sustainable cities

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Coordinator RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB - SP Sveriges Tekniska Forskningsinstitut AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 1 200 000
Project duration December 2016 - February 2018
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

The project team has received tools enabling it to work efficiently on how it, the participating organizations combined, can identify and interpret complex innovation needs. Tools for strengthening the collaborative aspects of project partnerships were developed and tested, increasing the collaboration skills of the team member’s organizations. The analysis comparing the project’s innovation model to that of the Swedish standard for innovation management gave the project team insights into strengths and weaknesses of the project model.

Expected effects and result

A simplified model for innovation management in complex urban development projects is developed and tested. The model is available as an operative prototype The participants (FbL, LU, SP/RISE, Kraftringen) have grown their abilities to use the model in collaborative partnership projects. SP/RISE have compared the model developed by the project with the standard, CEN/TS 16555-1:2013, for innovation management Lunds kommun has renewed its work on collaborations on test beds Participating organizations have established new forms of collaboration

Planned approach and implementation

SP/RISE have acted as project management and ”development office” together with an expert consultant from Miljöstrategi. The project members have then evaluated and used the developed method and tools, which were based on the Form Know- Do framework utilized by FbL. The model has then been analyzed in comparison to the standard CEN/TS 16555-1:2013, which has identified strengths and weaknesses in both the developed model and the standard.

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2016-04535

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