Missing Actions in Cluster Innovation
Keywords:Company Learning, Cluster, Business Networks
This case study explores how a cluster project support innovation and value creation in the companies, and how the companies exploit the opportunities offered in the cluster project. Our findings describe missing links between the interorganizational and intraorganizational activities, which leave us with fragmented activities inside the cluster-project but outside the companies. We conclude that the challenges in supporting innovation and exploiting the opportunities offered are entangled in the missing actions and detachment between the actual business network and funded cluster.
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