The Continuous Innovation Network (CINet) is a global network of researchers and practitioners interested in sharing and developing their knowledge of and experience with (continuous) innovation in the widest sense of the word.
Industrial, service and public organizations rely more and more on learning and diffused innovation within the organization and across organizational borders, as the basis for economically, socially and environmentally sustainable development. This requires new and continuous development of theory on, and practices supporting, effective day-to-day operations, improvement and learning, and innovation and change. CINet brings together academics and practitioners from all over the world, and organizes a range of events for that purpose.More information
15-19 April 2024
Researching continuous innovation - getting in, getting through, getting (it) out
One of the great challenges for doctoral students is to develop publishable results from their research. This all starts with a well-designed research plan, followed by collecting and analyzing good data. Thus, the objective of the CINet PhD seminar on “researching continuous innovation” is to help students mastering the process of getting from a research idea, through a robust research design, good qualitative and/or quantitative data, to a publishable theoretical and/or managerial contribution, in the field of (continuous) innovation.More information
Organizing for Collaborative InnovationMore information
13-17 September 2024
Reviewing scientific articles is one of the most important activities for all scholars. You support your peers in developing better publications and, through that, help your scientific community make progress. You help yourself become a better author, by reviewing others’ papers and receiving reviews of your own work.
The seminar is organized as a three-session online workshop. The first session is on 24 November 2023.More information