End-user perspective on the results and impact of European projects: a case of failure to innovate

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First responder organisations, failure to innovate, Ambidexterity, Project management

Abstract

First responder organisations (FROs) participating in European research projects often seem dissatisfied with their participation. This is because they are unable to implement the project results. This article looks at this phenomenon through the lens of ambidextrous organisations. It examines the different factors contributing to failure to innovate for FROs in EU projects by using interviews. The main results show that the structure of European projects is a major contributor to failure to innovate of the project results in FROs. Nonetheless, the structure of the FROs themselves can also provide hinderances.

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2024-05-20

How to Cite

van de Vorst, M., Meesters, K., & Brugghemans, B. (2024). End-user perspective on the results and impact of European projects: a case of failure to innovate. ISCRAM Proceedings, 21. http://ojs.iscram.org/index.php/Proceedings/article/view/90

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