• In this exploratory study we consider  how regarding a University as a business enterprise might inform the adoption of internal practices supporting continuous innovation. University researchers develop ideas for others to use and seek to inform best practice in industry, but rarely apply these internally. The research question is: Which tactics may be used to stimulate innovation within a university?

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  • The Appin Hall Childrens Foundation was established as a not-for-profit organisation supporting a respite centre for children in crisis in some way. The Foundation and the associated facilities were established by two people that had been involved with talented children in the world of entertainment, and they continue to drive the development of Appin Hall with ongoing in-kind committments. Here we map the evolution of Appin Hall as an example of social innovation.
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  • As enterprises become more efficient in their internal operations, what they purchase and how they deliver their goods/services can have an impact on their competitiveness and operational viability. Novel approaches to supply chain and logistics management may yield significant benefits. Here we explore the dynamics of an alliance (ASCI) established to stimulate supply chain innovation. 
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  • Innovation management requirements are contingent on the nature of the innovation being pursued (incremental or radical), on the capabilities of the people involved, on the internal project environment, and on the supporting external environment. In this program we seek to characterize some of these factors and how they may interact.

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