Our Dissemination Plan - Creating the Delta
The image shows the Nile river delta to exemplify the concept of dissemination to wide audiences (retrieved from https://serc.carleton.edu/details/images/190113.html).
ENTOV-HVM will use a wide range of dissemination paths from the outset in order to not only share knowledge with the general public, but also to continuously grow the knowledge of network participants. Dissemination will furthermore serve the important goal of developing the critical pattern of relationships between participants which will enable performance of ENTOV-HVM as a whole.
The first product of ENTOV-HVM will be a “blue paper” describing the value network archetypes in the innovation process and will be based on the results of previously EU funded research. This paper will provide the “blue-print” for the networks of relationships that will be facilitated by all ENTOV-HVM participants. This blue paper will be submitted for publishing to a leading international journal in the space of intellectual capital management. This will be delivered within three months of the project start.
The second product of ENTOV-HVM will be a “white paper” describing the foundations of the innovation process used for researching the variables affecting the speed of innovation in high value manufacturing. This white paper will create the process framework for nurturing the ideas of cohorts of early stage researchers and young innovators from COST Target Inclusiveness Countries through the innovation process from ideation to commercialization. This white paper will be submitted for publishing to a leading international journal in the space of manufacturing innovation. This will be delivered within six months of the project start.
The third product of ENTOV-HVM will be a “conference paper” containing case studies applying the ENTOV-HVM process framework described in the “method white paper” to examples in industry where the speed of innovation significantly exceeds typical innovation experiences in industry, i.e. in Formula 1 racing. This will be delivered within nine months of the project start and is intended to be published as part of the relevant international conference proceeding.
The fourth product of ENTOV-HVM will be an in-depth review of literature in research and industry on the factors influencing the speed of innovation for high value manufacturing products. This will be delivered within 12 months of the project start and is intended to be published in a leading international journal in the space of manufacturing engineering.
Recurring products of ENTOV-HVM will be progress outputs from the joint research-industry workshops and living labs, continuously flanked by reports on the progress of the cohorts of early stage researchers and young innovators from COST Target Inclusiveness Countries through the innovation process from ideation to commercialization. The latter will also be used to encourage industry participants to create relevant case studies to disseminate into their own networks.
ENTOV-HVM expects to continuously support publishing efforts of all participants with an emphasis on high quality journals as formally recommended by participating universities in COST Member Countries.
Dialog with the general public will be encouraged via “open invitations” to joint research-industry workshops and pro-active solicitation of reporting in print and TV media.
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