Groups & Projects

Special Interest Groups & Communities

  • We provide activities and networking for students who are completing a PhD in Innovation Management or are  interested in the field. 

  • Innovation within the field of AI is taking us into the future, but what does it mean for how we should manage innovation?

  • We seek to define ISPIM's role and guide implementation of ISO's international management system standard for innovation.

  • We help researchers and organizations understand how to sustain and develop exponential growth through digital disruption.

  • The objective is to enable members to be better prepared for the future by benchmarking and providing relevant insights, practices and tools.

  • We promote networking, knowledge sharing and joint research and publication among experts in innovation management in health.

  • The ISPIM Innovation Leadership group has been created in order to focus on the role of leadership in facilitating innovation.

  • Supported by ENoLL - European Network of Living Labs, we help researchers and managers of Living Labs.

  • We help researchers and practitioners meet the demand for rigor and impact in applied and basic research design, execution and communication.

  • The purpose of the Responsible Innovation (RI) Special Interest Group (SIG) is to further develop the subject in the ISPIM community. 

  • This community of practice helps us learn, share and develop our capabilities to teach, train, and coach innovation management.

  • The SIG explores the constitutive functions of values, understood as notions of the desirable, and culture in innovation management.

  • We aim to bring the academic, business and policy makers of ISPIM together to tackle very big and difficult challenges in host regions.

Funded Projects

  • Funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme, GAMIFY is a Knowledge Alliance that brings together academia and industry to advance gamification for innovation and entrepreneurship.

  • Funded by Horizon 2020, SCALINGS is an interdisciplinary research project that aims to better understand how co-creation varies across different contexts and explore what is needed for successful scaling. 

  • Funded by HORIZON 2020, the SMEthod Project will help Europe select SMEs that have the highest innovation potential and also choose which types of support to give them.

  • Funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme, VISION is a Knowledge Alliance that brings together academia and industry to envision the future of teaching and training for creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship.

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