Knowledge transfer partnerships: a best practice approach to open innovation

Knowledge transfer partnerships: a best practice approach to open innovation
Document type
Report
Corporate author(s)
National Centre for Universities & Business; Research Councils UK; Great Britain. Technology Strategy Board
Publisher
National Centre for Universities & Business
Date of publication
16 June 2014
Subject(s)
Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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This study shows how the various players, systems and processes within the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme contribute to the success of individual KTP partnerships and projects. It combines, for the first time, the background literature on the barriers and opportunities of Knowledge Transfer (KT) and the mechanisms through which the barriers can be overcome and the opportunities taken. It uses a model of the ideal attributes and outcomes of effective KT processes against which to measure the KTP and identify the features that contribute to its success. A range of existing KTP partners were interviewed and a comprehensive analysis of successful KTPs undertaken to uncover both the origins and nature of particularly effective elements.

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