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Davies A, Dodgson M, Gann DM, et al., 2017, Five Rules for Managing Large, Complex Projects, MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW, Vol: 59, Pages: 73-78, ISSN: 1532-9194
Dahlander L, O'Mahony S, Gann DM, 2016, ONE FOOT IN, ONE FOOT OUT: HOW DOES INDIVIDUALS' EXTERNAL SEARCH BREADTH AFFECT INNOVATION OUTCOMES?, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol: 37, Pages: 280-302, ISSN: 0143-2095
Davies A, Dodgson M, Gann D, 2016, Dynamic Capabilities in Complex Projects: The Case of London HeathrowTerminal 5, PROJECT MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol: 47, Pages: 26-46, ISSN: 8756-9728
Thomas LDW, Vernet A, Gann DM, 2016, Adoption readiness in service innovation: the case of digital money, INDUSTRY AND INNOVATION, Vol: 23, Pages: 353-381, ISSN: 1366-2716
Dave S, Shirvaikar A, Baxter G, 2015, Digital Money: A Pathway to an Experience Economy, Digital Money: A Pathway to an Experience Economy, New York, Publisher: Citigroup
Digitizing money flows can boost economies in a significant way, with measurable benefits for businesses, governments and consumers. But how and when should industry invest and why is this journey worth taking?
DeBarro T, MacAulay S, Davies A, et al., 2015, Mantra to method: lessons from managing innovation on Crossrail, UK, PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-CIVIL ENGINEERING, Vol: 168, Pages: 171-178, ISSN: 0965-089X
Dodgson M, Gann D, MacAulay S, et al., 2015, Innovation strategy in new transportation systems: The case of Crossrail, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Vol: 77, Pages: 261-275, ISSN: 0965-8564
This article examines how innovation can be strategically incorporated into transportation systems. Large transportation systems generally have a poor record in systematically integrating innovation in their development, construction and operation. Our research setting is Crossrail, a major new railway traversing London, where the creation and implementation of an innovation strategy formalized and systemized its approach to innovation. Based on in-depth, semi-structured interviews with project leaders and participant observation, the paper critically analyses the formulation, implementation and performance of Crossrail’s innovation strategy. Crossrail’s management explicitly uses an ‘open innovation’ strategy that incentivizes partners, contractors, and clients to innovate in the project. Its strategy guides decisions and priorities on innovation and the types and levels of innovation that best match project aims. The paper holds lessons for those developing, operating and studying large transportation systems both now and into the future.
Maier S, Polak J, Gann D, 2015, Appraising a Portfolio of Interdependent Physical and Digital Urban Infrastructure Investments: A Real Options Approach, 19th Annual International Real Options Conference
Pawlak J, Polak J, Sivakumar A, et al., 2015, Investigating Diffusion of Relationships between ICT and Travel Behaviour by Pooling Independent Cross-sectional Data across Time, 94th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board
Gann DM, Philpott M, Baldwin RKB, et al., 2014, The Innovation Studies Centre: Impact Report 2003-2013, The Innovation Studies Centre: Impact Report 2003-2013, London, Publisher: Imperial College London
EPSRC's two investments at Imperial College London,to the Built Environment Research Centre in 2003 and its successor the Innovation Studies Centre in 2008 have led to financial success for major enterprises and game-changing impacts on national and international policy, enhancing the UK's reputation for innovation excellence and entrepreneurial leadership.
Parmar R, Mackenzie I, Cohn D, et al., 2014, The New Patterns of Innovation, HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, Vol: 92, Pages: 86-+, ISSN: 0017-8012
Sandeep D, Shirvalkar A, Baxter G, et al., 2014, Getting Ready for Digital Money: A Roadmap, Publisher: Citigroup Global Markets Inc
A report on the Digital Money Readiness Index by Imperial College London and Citi
Thomas LDW, Autio E, Gann DM, 2014, ARCHITECTURAL LEVERAGE: PUTTING PLATFORMS IN CONTEXT, ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVES, Vol: 28, Pages: 198-219, ISSN: 1558-9080
Dodgson M, Gann DM, Phillips N, 2013, Organizational Learning and the Technology of Foolishness: The Case of Virtual Worlds at IBM, ORGANIZATION SCIENCE, Vol: 24, Pages: 1358-1376, ISSN: 1047-7039
Dodgson M, Gann DM, Phillips N, 2013, The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management, Publisher: Oxford University Press, ISBN: 9780199694945
This volume provides a wide range of perspectives on the nature of innovation management and its influences.
Gann DM, Glossop C, 2013, Smart London Plan: Using the creative power of new technologies to serve London and improve Londoners' lives, London, Publisher: GLA
Suzuki LR, Finkelstein A, Gann D, 2013, A middleware framework for urban data management, Pages: 1359-1362
The domain of inquiry of this research is the collection, organization, integration, distribution and consumption of knowledge derived from urban open data, and how it can be best offered to application cities' stakeholders through a software middleware. We argue that the extensive investigation proposed in this research will contribute to a growing body of knowledge about data integration and application in smart cities, and offer opportunities to re-think an integrated urban infrastructure. Copyright © 2013 ACM.
Gann D, Salter A, Dodgson M, et al., 2012, Inside the World of the Project Baron, MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW, Vol: 53, Pages: 63-+, ISSN: 1532-9194
Dodgson M, Gann D, 2011, Technological Innovation and Complex Systems in Cities, JOURNAL OF URBAN TECHNOLOGY, Vol: 18, Pages: 101-113, ISSN: 1063-0732
Gann DM, Dodgson M, Bhardwaj D, 2011, Physical-digital integration in city infrastructure, IBM Journal of Research & Development, Vol: 55, Pages: 8:1-8:10
There is increasing recognition by researchers, businesses, andpolicymakers of the value of integrating the systems of systems ofwhich cities are comprised. It is less clear how this can be achieved,in practice, from a technical and organizational standpoint. Thispaper is concerned with one element of this integration, namely, theintegration of physical infrastructures and digital technologies. Weargue that technological innovation has historically been crucial tothe development of cities and will also be crucial in future smartcities. Cities become ‘‘smarter’’ when they make use of the increasedavailability of data and analytical techniques to improve effectivenessand efficiency. The better integration of physical and digitalinfrastructures can significantly contribute to these objectives.The engineering tools and models used in the design, construction,and operation of a city infrastructure can now utilize a suite oftechnologies and processes to assist this integration. This isparticularly necessary and challenging when the collaborativeinvolvement of diverse parties is required and different vintages ofinfrastructure and technology must be combined. This paper is basedon case studies of IBM and the construction company LaingO’Rourke. It provides examples showing how these ‘‘innovationtechnologies’’ improve opportunity and reduce risk in physical–digitalintegration and provides questions for further investigation.
Mango LM, Melesse AM, McClain ME, et al., 2011, Land use and climate change impacts on the hydrology of the upper Mara River Basin, Kenya: results of a modeling study to support better resource management, HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES, Vol: 15, Pages: 2245-2258, ISSN: 1027-5606
Dahlander L, Gann DM, 2010, How open is innovation?, RESEARCH POLICY, Vol: 39, Pages: 699-709, ISSN: 0048-7333
Dodgson M, Gann D, 2010, Innovation: A Very Short Introduction, Publisher: Oxford Univ Pr, ISBN: 9780199568901
What is innovation? How important is innovation in business? How can we use it to succeed? In the last 150 years our world has been transformed--largely due ...
Dodgson M, Gann D, Wladawsky-Berger I, 2010, Engineers and Services Innovation, Ingenia, Pages: 33-35, ISSN: 1472-9768
Manufacturers in the UK have to develop new and innovative ways to maintainhard-won market positions to protect proprietary technology or compete withlow-cost economies. One approach is through services-led competitive strategies.In this first of two articles the authors deal with the need to prepare engineers for amanufacturing industry built around services. The second article (on page 36) examinesthe threats and opportunities facing manufacturers who move into services.
Davies A, Gann D, Douglas T, 2009, Innovation in Megaprojects: SYSTEMS INTEGRATION AT LONDON HEATHROW TERMINAL 5, CALIFORNIA MANAGEMENT REVIEW, Vol: 51, Pages: 101-+, ISSN: 0008-1256
Dahlander L, Gann D, 2008, How open is innovation, Creating Wealth from Knowledge: Meeting the Innovation Challenge, Pages: 61-79, ISBN: 9781847203489
Dodgson M, Gann D, Salter A, 2008, The Management of Technological Innovation, Oxford, Publisher: Oxford University Press, ISBN: 9780199208531
Gann D, Dodgson M, 2008, Innovate with vision, Ingenia, Pages: 45-48
Reichstein T, Salter AJ, Gann DM, 2008, Break on Through: Sources and Determinants of Product and Process Innovation among UK Construction Firms, INDUSTRY AND INNOVATION, Vol: 15, Pages: 601-625, ISSN: 1366-2716
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