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Australian Journal of Management – Call for Papers

Special Issue
The role of creativity and innovation in business growth and sustainability

Submission deadline: November 30, 2013
Publication date: August, 2014

Guest Editors
Professor Ashish Sinha (a.sinha@unsw.edu.au) and Dr. Liem Ngo (L.Ngo@unsw.edu.au), School of Marketing, Australian School of Business, University of New South Wales (Marketing)
Professor Andrew Griffith, UQ Business School, University of Queensland (Strategy)
Professor Peter Jordan, Griffith Business School, Griffith University (OB)
Professor Graham Pervan, Curtin Business School, Curtin University (IS)
To understand these new trends in creativity and innovation, this special issue encourages conceptual and empirical contributions, but not limited to, in the following topics:

 Building and managing networks of stakeholders (e.g. customers, suppliers, competitors, innovation intermediaries, etc.) for disruptive innovations.
 How do firms create and capture value from networks of stakeholders (e.g. customers, suppliers, competitors, innovation intermediaries, etc.)?
 Managing internal and external knowledge for creativity and innovation.
 Balancing creativity and productivity at individual, group and organizational level
 Stakeholder motivations for participation in creativity and innovation.
 Networks of stakeholders, social media, and the spread of innovations.
 Organizational structures, culture, and capabilities for networks of stakeholders.
 Networks of stakeholders, customer innovativeness, new product growth, and network externalities.
 The role of leaders in generating creativity and innovation
 Value creation and value capture using business model innovation
 Synergies between business model and product innovation
 Role of stakeholders in business model innovation.

Of particular interest are papers that are cross-disciplinary and set in the Australasian context.

How to submit your manuscript

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