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The R&D Management Journal

RADMA along with WileyBlackwell is proprietor of the R&D Management Journal – the journal of research, technology and innovation management (ISSN 0033-6807).  The R&D Management Journal is published in five issues per year. For more information or to submit a paper please visit the Journal’s website

50th Anniversary - All Time Top 10 Cited Articles

  1.  Beyond high tech: early adopters of open innovation in other industries.  Chesbrough, H; Crowther, AK (2006)
  2.  Investigating the not invented here (NIH) syndrome – a look at the performance, tenure and communication patterns of 50 R&D project groups.  Katz, R; Allen, TJ (1982)
  3. Successful industrial innovation – critical factors for the 1990’s.  Rothwell, R (1992)
  4. Open R&D and open innovation: exploring the phenomenon.  Enkel, Ellen; Gassmann, Oliver; Chesbrough, Henry (2009)
  5. The future of open innovation.  Gassmann, Oliver; Enkel, Ellen; Chesbrough, Henry (2010)
  6. Opening up the innovation process: towards an agenda.  Gassmann, O (2006)
  7. Challenges of open innovation: the paradox of firm investment in open-source software.  West, Joel; Gallagher, Scott (2006)
  8. Toolkits for idea competitions: a novel method to integrate users in new product development.  Piller, FT; Walcher, D (2006)
  9. The role of technology in the shift towards open innovation: the case of Procter & Gamble.  Dodgson, M; Gann, D; Salter, A (2006)
  10. The “making” of an entrepreneur: testing a model of entrepreneurial intent among engineering students at MIT.  Luthje, C; Franke, N (2003)

Source: WileyBlackwell.

Most Downloaded Articles of 2019 on Wiley Online Library

  1. Citizen participation in public administration: investigating open government for social innovation.  Lisa Schmidthuber, Frank Piller, Marcel Bogers, Dennis Hilgers
  2. From collaborative community to competitive market: the quest to build a crowdsourcing platform for social innovation.  Thomas Kohler, Henry Chesbrough
  3. Digital Business Leadership: Digital Transformation, Business Model Innovation, Agile Organization, Change Management.  Kyoo‐Man Ha
  4. Open Science and Open Innovation in a socio‐political context: knowledge production for societal impact in an age of post‐truth populism.  Palie Smart, Sara Holmes, Fiona Lettice, Frederick Harry Pitts, Jeremy Basil Zwiegelaar, Gregory Schwartz, Stephen Evans
  5. How to leverage the impact of R&D on product innovation? The moderating effect of management innovation.  Cornelis V. Heij, Henk W. Volberda, Frans A.J. Van den Bosch, Rick M.A. Hollen
  6. Complementors as connectors: managing open innovation around digital product platforms.  Susan Hilbolling, Hans Berends, Fleur Deken, Philipp Tuertscher
  7. CEO research orientation, organizational context, and innovation in the pharmaceutical industry.  Nino Wal, Christophe Boone, Victor Gilsing, Bob Walrave
  8. Leveraging open innovation to improve society: past achievements and future trajectories.  Joon Mo Ahn, Nadine Roijakkers, Riccardo Fini, Letizia Mortara
  9. Entrepreneurial co‐creation: societal impact through open innovation.  Muthu De Silva, Mike Wright
  10. Realized absorptive capacity and entrepreneurial universities’ organizational change: the role of process innovation practices.  Jing A. Zhang, Zhimin Wang, Conor O’Kane

All Time Top 10 Downloaded Articles - June 2020

  1. The future of open innovation.  Oliver Gassmann, Ellen Enkel, Henry Chesbrough
  2. Open R&D and open innovation: exploring the phenomenon.  Ellen Enkel, Oliver Gassmann, Henry Chesbrough
  3. Beyond high tech: early adopters of open innovation in other industries.  Henry Chesbrough, Adrienne Kardon Crowther
  4. Business model innovation – state of the art and future challenges for the field.  Patrick Spieth, Dirk Schneckenberg, Joan E. Ricart
  5. The ‘making’ of an entrepreneur: testing a model of entrepreneurial intent among engineering students at MIT.  Christian Lüthje, Nikolaus Franke
  6. Green innovation in technology and innovation management – an exploratory literature review.  Tim Schiederig, Frank Tietze, Cornelius Herstatt
  7. The role of technology in the shift towards open innovation: the case of Procter & Gamble.  Mark Dodgson, David Gann, Ammon Salter
  8. Opening up the innovation process: towards an agenda.  Oliver Gassmann
  9. Outbound open innovation and its effect on firm performance: examining environmental influences.  Ulrich Lichtenthaler
  10. Challenges of open innovation: the paradox of firm investment in open-source software.  Joel West, Scott Gallagher