Type de publication:

Articles

Source:

International Journal of Innovation Management, World Scientific Publishing, Volume 10, Ticket 2, p.197-215 (2006)

ISBN:

1363-9196

Numéro d'appel:

hal-00260973

URL:

https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00260973

Résumé:

Some scholars have recognized the important role of publicly funded basic research (Salter, AJ and BR Martin (2001). Research Policy, 30(3), 509-532; Szulanski, G (2000). Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 82(1), 9-27) for the production of knowledge. Among the identified benefits is an increase in "the stock of useful knowledge" available to society, which could be used for innovation and in this way contribute to economic growth (Szulanski, G (2000). Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 82(1), 9-27). Thus, it is important to support scientific activities. We claim that a way to support them is to use quality management complemented by knowledge management as a way of improving the process followed when carrying out research activities. Consequently, we studied the methods used while implementing a quality management system within various research organisations. This lead us to propose an approach whichintegrates quality management and knowledge management as a way to support the scientific activity.

Notes:

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