Federico Frattini
Federico Frattini
Full Professor, Politecnico di Milano and Dean, POLIMI Graduate School of Management
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The Open Innovation Journey: How firms dynamically implement the emerging innovation management paradigm
D Chiaroni, V Chiesa, F Frattini
Technovation 31 (1), 34-43, 2011
Research on technological innovation in family firms: Present debates and future directions
A De Massis, F Frattini, U Lichtenthaler
Family Business Review 26 (1), 10-31, 2013
Organisational modes for Open Innovation in the bio-pharmaceutical industry: An exploratory analysis
M Bianchi, A Cavaliere, D Chiaroni, F Frattini, V Chiesa
Technovation 31 (1), 22-33, 2011
The ability and willingness paradox in family firm innovation
JJ Chrisman, JH Chua, A De Massis, F Frattini, M Wright
Journal of Product Innovation Management 32 (3), 310-318, 2015
Product innovation in family versus nonfamily firms: An exploratory analysis
A De Massis, F Frattini, E Pizzurno, L Cassia
Journal of Small Business Management 53 (1), 1-36, 2015
Unravelling the process from Closed to Open Innovation: evidence from mature, asset‐intensive industries
D Chiaroni, V Chiesa, F Frattini
R&d Management 40 (3), 222-245, 2010
Implementing a digital strategy: Learning from the experience of three digital transformation projects
A Correani, A De Massis, F Frattini, AM Petruzzelli, A Natalicchio
California management review 62 (4), 37-56, 2020
Innovation through tradition: Lessons from innovative family businesses and directions for future research
A De Massis, F Frattini, J Kotlar, AM Petruzzelli, M Wright
Academy of management Perspectives 30 (1), 93-116, 2016
Enabling open innovation in small‐and medium‐sized enterprises: how to find alternative applications for your technologies
M Bianchi, S Campodall'Orto, F Frattini, P Vercesi
R&d Management 40 (4), 414-431, 2010
Digital transformation and innovation management: A synthesis of existing research and an agenda for future studies
FP Appio, F Frattini, AM Petruzzelli, P Neirotti
Journal of Product Innovation Management 38 (1), 4-20, 2021
Family firms in the global economy: Toward a deeper understanding of internationalization determinants, processes, and outcomes
A De Massis, F Frattini, A Majocchi, L Piscitello
Global Strategy Journal 8 (1), 3-21, 2018
The role of digital technologies in open innovation processes: an exploratory multiple case study analysis
A Urbinati, D Chiaroni, V Chiesa, F Frattini
R&d Management 50 (1), 136-160, 2020
Commercializing Technological Innovation: Learning from Failures in High‐Tech Markets*
V Chiesa, F Frattini
Journal of Product Innovation Management 28 (4), 437-454, 2011
Technology acquisition in family and nonfamily firms: A longitudinal analysis of Spanish manufacturing firms
J Kotlar, A De Massis, F Frattini, M Bianchi, H Fang
Journal of Product Innovation Management 30 (6), 1073-1088, 2013
Creating and capturing value from Big Data: A multiple-case study analysis of provider companies
A Urbinati, M Bogers, V Chiesa, F Frattini
Technovation 84, 21-36, 2019
Family-driven innovation: Resolving the paradox in family firms
A De Massis, A Di Minin, F Frattini
California Management Review 58 (1), 5-19, 2015
Profitability goals, control goals, and the R & D investment decisions of family and nonfamily firms
J Kotlar, H Fang, A De Massis, F Frattini
Journal of Product Innovation Management 31 (6), 1128-1145, 2014
Performance measurement in R&D: exploring the interplay between measurement objectives, dimensions of performance and contextual factors
V Chiesa, F Frattini, V Lazzarotti, R Manzini
R&d Management 39 (5), 487-519, 2009
Fiat: open innovation in a downturn (1993–2003)
A Di Minin, F Frattini, A Piccaluga
California Management Review 52 (3), 132-159, 2010
Organizing for inbound open innovation: how external consultants and a dedicated R & D unit influence product innovation performance
M Bianchi, A Croce, C Dell'Era, CA Di Benedetto, F Frattini
Journal of Product Innovation Management 33 (4), 492-510, 2016
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