Designing plans for organizational development, lessons from three large-scale SME-initiatives <br />Tinne Lommelen, Friso...
Design & development: twosides of the samecoin<br />Design-oriented research<br />Research into planned interventions in t...
Three cases of interventionprojects<br />Edison<br /><ul><li>2000-2003
14 Dutch SMEs
Various sectors
Technology transfer
Designers, facilitators, researchers</li></li></ul><li>Three cases of interventionprojects<br />Edison<br /><ul><li>2000-2...
14 Dutch SMEs
Various sectors
Technology transfer
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Designing plans for organizational development, lessons from three large-scale SME-initiatives.

Paper presented at IERC 2010 Conference in Cancún (Mexico)

Authors: Tinne Lommelen, Friso den Hertog, Lien Beck, and Raf Sluismans
(Maastricht University & Hasselt University)

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Designing plans for organizational development, lessons from three large-scale SME-initiatives

  1. 1. Designing plans for organizational development, lessons from three large-scale SME-initiatives <br />Tinne Lommelen, Friso den Hertog, Lien Beck, and Raf Sluismans<br />UNU-MERIT & KIZOK Joint Research Group<br />Maastricht University & Hasselt University<br />
  2. 2. Design & development: twosides of the samecoin<br />Design-oriented research<br />Research into planned interventions in the natural context of these organizations<br />Aim is to develop a knowledge base for the innovation and improvement of those interventions<br />How can we design programs in such a way that real development takes place inside the targeted SMEs?<br />Howcan we learnfrompreceding cases?<br />
  3. 3. Three cases of interventionprojects<br />Edison<br /><ul><li>2000-2003
  4. 4. 14 Dutch SMEs
  5. 5. Various sectors
  6. 6. Technology transfer
  7. 7. Designers, facilitators, researchers</li></li></ul><li>Three cases of interventionprojects<br />Edison<br /><ul><li>2000-2003
  8. 8. 14 Dutch SMEs
  9. 9. Various sectors
  10. 10. Technology transfer
  11. 11. Designers, facilitators, researchers</li></ul>SI EMR<br /><ul><li>2004-2008
  12. 12. 650 SMEsin 4 regions
  13. 13. Various sectors
  14. 14. Innovationcapacity
  15. 15. Designers, managers, coach</li></li></ul><li>Three cases of interventionprojects<br />Edison<br /><ul><li>2000-2003
  16. 16. 14 Dutch SMEs
  17. 17. Various sectors
  18. 18. Technology transfer
  19. 19. Designers, facilitators, researchers </li></ul>SI OP ZUID<br /><ul><li>2009-2011
  20. 20. 280 Dutch SMEs
  21. 21. Various sectors
  22. 22. Innovationcapacity
  23. 23. Managers, coach researchers</li></ul>SI EMR<br /><ul><li>2004-2008
  24. 24. 650 SMEsin 4 regions
  25. 25. Various sectors
  26. 26. Innovationcapacity
  27. 27. Designers, managers, coach</li></li></ul><li>Reflectiononexperiences in threeprojects<br />General: Addknowledgeabout management of large-scaleprojects<br />Specific: Eachnewcycle of interventionsbuildson the previousone<br />Conclusions in terms of content (what is?)<br />Conclusions in terms of design (how to?)<br />Knowledgeaccumulation in 3 projects<br />
  28. 28. Knowledgeaccumulation in 3 projects<br />Edison<br /><ul><li>Demand-driven intervention
  29. 29. Getting the right people around the table
  30. 30. Consultants = facilitators
  31. 31. No jargon
  32. 32. Short throughput </li></li></ul><li>Knowledgeaccumulation in 3 projects<br />Edison<br /><ul><li>Demand-driven intervention
  33. 33. Getting the right people around the table
  34. 34. Consultants = facilitators
  35. 35. No jargon
  36. 36. Short throughput </li></ul>SI EMR<br /><ul><li>Monitoring tools
  37. 37. Demand-driven intervention
  38. 38. Double focus – both strategy & innovation
  39. 39. Combination instruments
  40. 40. Robustness </li></li></ul><li>Knowledgeaccumulation in 3 projects<br />Edison<br /><ul><li>Demand-driven intervention
  41. 41. Getting the right people around the table
  42. 42. Consultants = facilitators
  43. 43. No jargon
  44. 44. Short throughput </li></ul>SI EMR<br /><ul><li>Monitoring tools
  45. 45. Demand-driven intervention
  46. 46. Double focus – both strategy & innovation
  47. 47. Combination instruments
  48. 48. Robustness </li></ul>SI OP ZUID<br /><ul><li>Opening up the database for research purposes</li></li></ul><li>Design and development are complementaryperspectives<br />Learningprocess<br />probleminterventionusing design theoryexperimentation & testinglarge-scaleimplementation & testingimprovement of design and adjustment of design theory<br />Callfor more research on design issues of large-scale programs<br />Conclusion<br />

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