Innovation trends in the space industry / Victor Dos Santos Paulino.

By: Dos Santos Paulino, Victor [author.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Management Series ; Volume 25Publisher: Hoboken : ISTE Ltd / John Wiley and Sons Inc, 2019Description: xix, 195 pagesContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781786304919Subject(s): Space industrialization | Astronautics -- Technological innovations | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Development -- General
Contents:
Cover -- Half-Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- The evolution of the space industry in light of economic considerations -- Innovation strategies of space firms -- Strategic diagnosis of new technologies -- Structure of the book -- 1. Theoretical and Empirical Framework -- 1.1. Innovation management: introductory elements -- 1.1.1. Diversity and legitimacy of innovation -- 1.1.2. Typology of innovations -- 1.1.3. Developing product innovations -- 1.1.4. The industry cycle -- 1.2. The space industry -- 1.2.1. Why study the space industry? 1.2.2. Sources and level of analysis -- 1.2.3. The boundaries of the space industry -- 1.2.4. Structure of the space industry -- 2. The Emergence of Industry: The Influence of Demand -- 2.1. The space industry is in the emerging phase -- 2.1.1. Emergence as an object of study -- 2.1.2. Characterizing emergence -- 2.1.3. Method: sources and measurements -- 2.1.4. Results -- 2.1.5. Discussion -- 2.2. Customers shape the industry dynamics in the emergence phase -- 2.2.1. Theoretical framework -- 2.2.2. Sources -- 2.2.3. Results: influence of customers on the emergence of the space industry 2.2.4. Discussion and implications -- 2.3. Demand influences technological change -- 2.3.1. Sources, data and indicators -- 2.3.2. Loss of impetus resulting in technical change -- 2.3.3. Influence of demand on technological change -- 2.3.4. Discussion and conclusion -- 3. Slow Adoption of Innovations: A Key Success Factor -- 3.1. Slow adoption of technological innovations: a key success factor -- 3.1.1. Introduction -- 3.1.2. Inertia: a literature review -- 3.1.3. Modeling a strategy of technological inertia based on reliability -- 3.1.4. Research methodology -- 3.1.5. Results 3.1.6. Discussion and conclusion -- 3.2. Slow adoption of organizational innovations: a key success factor -- 3.2.1. Introduction -- 3.2.2. Organizational change: a literature review -- 3.2.3. Modeling the organizational inertia strategy -- 3.2.4. Methodology -- 3.2.5. Results -- 3.2.6. Discussion and conclusion -- 4. Technological Discontinuities andStrategic Diagnosis -- 4.1. Disruptive innovations and threat analysis -- 4.1.1. Introduction -- 4.1.2. The theory of disruptive innovations -- 4.1.3. Model -- 4.1.4. Methodology -- 4.1.5. Results -- 4.1.6. Discussion -- 4.1.7. Conclusion Conclusion -- References -- Index -- Other titles from iSTE in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management -- EULA
Summary: Ever since their inception, space activities have been innovative, but not driven by commercial considerations - that is, until the end of the Cold War, when the commercialization of space escalated. As a result, the direction of the innovation changed in order to leverage new business opportunities, which reached a turning point in the 2010s. This book discusses the developmental trends of the world space sector in detail, by analyzing their long-term evolution, and studying why this innovative industry sometimes experiences technological and organizational delays. Innovation Trends in the Space Industry also provides a framework to diagnose more accurately the potential technological threats that are currently faced by existing space tech manufacturers. Moreover, this book, with an economic perspective, provides a close examination of the space sector. It also contributes to enriching innovation management theory by leading us to better understand industry emergence shaped by customers, to reinterpret technological and organizational inertia in high technology activities, and to refine disruptive innovation trends
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Cover --
Half-Title Page --
Title Page --
Copyright Page --
Contents --
Preface --
Introduction --
The evolution of the space industry in light of economic considerations --
Innovation strategies of space firms --
Strategic diagnosis of new technologies --
Structure of the book --
1. Theoretical and Empirical Framework --
1.1. Innovation management: introductory elements --
1.1.1. Diversity and legitimacy of innovation --
1.1.2. Typology of innovations --
1.1.3. Developing product innovations --
1.1.4. The industry cycle --
1.2. The space industry --
1.2.1. Why study the space industry? 1.2.2. Sources and level of analysis --
1.2.3. The boundaries of the space industry --
1.2.4. Structure of the space industry --
2. The Emergence of Industry: The Influence of Demand --
2.1. The space industry is in the emerging phase --
2.1.1. Emergence as an object of study --
2.1.2. Characterizing emergence --
2.1.3. Method: sources and measurements --
2.1.4. Results --
2.1.5. Discussion --
2.2. Customers shape the industry dynamics in the emergence phase --
2.2.1. Theoretical framework --
2.2.2. Sources --
2.2.3. Results: influence of customers on the emergence of the space industry 2.2.4. Discussion and implications --
2.3. Demand influences technological change --
2.3.1. Sources, data and indicators --
2.3.2. Loss of impetus resulting in technical change --
2.3.3. Influence of demand on technological change --
2.3.4. Discussion and conclusion --
3. Slow Adoption of Innovations: A Key Success Factor --
3.1. Slow adoption of technological innovations: a key success factor --
3.1.1. Introduction --
3.1.2. Inertia: a literature review --
3.1.3. Modeling a strategy of technological inertia based on reliability --
3.1.4. Research methodology --
3.1.5. Results 3.1.6. Discussion and conclusion --
3.2. Slow adoption of organizational innovations: a key success factor --
3.2.1. Introduction --
3.2.2. Organizational change: a literature review --
3.2.3. Modeling the organizational inertia strategy --
3.2.4. Methodology --
3.2.5. Results --
3.2.6. Discussion and conclusion --
4. Technological Discontinuities andStrategic Diagnosis --
4.1. Disruptive innovations and threat analysis --
4.1.1. Introduction --
4.1.2. The theory of disruptive innovations --
4.1.3. Model --
4.1.4. Methodology --
4.1.5. Results --
4.1.6. Discussion --
4.1.7. Conclusion Conclusion --
References --
Index --
Other titles from iSTE in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management --
EULA

Ever since their inception, space activities have been innovative, but not driven by commercial considerations - that is, until the end of the Cold War, when the commercialization of space escalated. As a result, the direction of the innovation changed in order to leverage new business opportunities, which reached a turning point in the 2010s. This book discusses the developmental trends of the world space sector in detail, by analyzing their long-term evolution, and studying why this innovative industry sometimes experiences technological and organizational delays. Innovation Trends in the Space Industry also provides a framework to diagnose more accurately the potential technological threats that are currently faced by existing space tech manufacturers. Moreover, this book, with an economic perspective, provides a close examination of the space sector. It also contributes to enriching innovation management theory by leading us to better understand industry emergence shaped by customers, to reinterpret technological and organizational inertia in high technology activities, and to refine disruptive innovation trends

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