Items where Author is "Flowers, Steve"

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Authored book

Flowers, Steve and Henwood, Flis (2010) Perspectives on user innovation Series on Technology Management, 16 . Imperial College Press, London. ISBN 9781848166998

O'Hara, S., Reeve, S. and Flowers, Steve (2003) The live consultancy case study BEST stories (2). LTSN Business, Management & Accountancy, Norwich, UK. ISBN 1901513149

Newton, Becci, Paine, Cameron and Flowers, Steve (2002) Hot technology, cool academics: an intranet for Brighton Business School LTSN BEST, Norwich, UK. ISBN 1901513122

Chapter in book

Flowers, Steve and Voss, Georgina (2015) User Innovation in the music software industry: the case of Sibelius In: Jones, Candace, Lorenzen, Mark and Sapsed, Jonathan, eds. Oxford Handbook of the Creative and Cultural Industries. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 320-326. ISBN 9780199603510

Flowers, Steve (2009) New Directions in User Innovation Research: The developing policy research agenda In: Flowers, Steve and Henwood, Flis, eds. Perspectives on User Innovation. Series on Technology Management, 16 . Imperial College Press (ICP), London. ISBN 9781848166998

Flowers, Steve (2009) Use in the Context of Outsourcing: The view from downstream In: Prenkert, F., Baraldi, E., Hakansson, H. and Waluszewski, A., eds. Use of Science and Technology in Business: Exploring the Impact of Using Activity for Systems, Organizations, and People. International Business & Management, 25 . Emerald Group Publishing, London, pp. 55-73. ISBN 9781848554740

Reeve, Steve and Flowers, Steve (2004) From high level clarity to ground level confusion: exactly where do IT-mediated education policies fit? In: Ottewill, Roger, Borredon, Liz, Falque, Laurent, Macfarlane, Bruce and Wall, Ann, eds. Educational innovation in economics and business: pedagogy, technology and innovation: v. 8. Kluwer Academic, Dordretch,, pp. 43-60. ISBN 1402017871

Newton, Becci, Paine, Cameron and Flowers, Steve (2003) From Leading Edge to Mainstream: The evolving Brighton Business School intranet In: Kaye, Roland and Hawkridge, David, eds. Learning & Teaching for Business. Kogan Page, London, UK, pp. 31-47. ISBN 0749440252

O'Hara, S., Reeve, Steve and Flowers, Steve (2003) The live consultancy case study In: Kaye, R. and Hawkridge, D., eds. Learning & teaching for business: case studies of successful innovation. Kogan Page, London, UK. ISBN 0749440252

Reeve, Steve and Flowers, Steve (2001) The impact of hi fidelity case work on organisational learning using immediate consultancy In: Hockings, Christine and Moore, Ivan, eds. Innovations in teaching business and management. Staff and Education Development Association, Birmingham, UK. ISBN 1902435141

Flowers, Steve, Newton, Becci and Paine, Cameron (2000) An Intranet for the Business School: developing a model of technology-enhanced higher education In: Bourner, Tom, Katz, Tim and Watson, David, eds. New Directions in Professional Higher Education. Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) and Open University Press (OUP), London, UK, pp. 111-119. ISBN 033520614X

Contribution to conference proceedings in the public domain

de Campos, Andre, Celadon, Kleber, Flowers, Steve and Rush, Howard (2009) Capital Intensive Sports: Preliminary research on the sources of innovation in scuba diving and golf In: British Acacdemy of Management Annual Conference, BAM 2009, 15-17 Sep 2009, Brighton, UK.

Flowers, Steve (2007) From Outlaws to Trusted Partners In: IRNOP VIII Project Research Conference, 19-21 Sep 2007, Brighton, UK.

Flowers, Steve (2006) Harnessing the Hackers: The emergence and exploitation of Outlaw Innovation In: DRUID Summer Conference 2006 on Knowledge, Innovation and Competitiveness: Dynamics of Firms, Networks, Regions and Institution, 18-20 Jun 2006, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Flowers, Steve (2006) The Emergence and Exploitation of Outlaw Innovation In: User Innovation Workshop, July 13-14, TUM, Munich, Germany.

Flowers, Steve (2005) The View from Downstream: Exploring the Roles of Users and Advisors Over the Aquisition/Use Lifecycle In: International Symposium on Economic Use of Technology and Science, 28-30 October, 2005, Oslo Norway.

Flowers, Steve (2004) With or without you: examining the role of contingent capabilities in complex projects In: EURAM 2004, 5-8 May 2004, St Andrews, UK. (Unpublished)

Flowers, Steve and Brady, Tim (2003) Through the Looking Glass: Exploring Buyer-Supplier Relationships in Complex High-Technology Projects In: EURAM 2003, 3-5 Apr 2003, Milan, Italy.

Flowers, Steve (2002) Building the Invisible Palace: Capability gaps, traps and overlaps in complex software projects In: EURAM 2002, 9-11 May 2002, Stockholm, Sweden.

Journal article

Darking, Mary, Anson, Rachel, Bravo, Fedinand, Davis, Julie, Flowers, Steve, Gillingham, Emma, Goldberg, Lawrence, Helliwell, Paul, Henwood, Flis, Hudson, Claire, Latimer, Simon, Lowes, Paul and Stirling, Ian (2014) Practice-centered evaluation and the privileging of care in health information technology evaluation BMC Health Services Research, 14. pp. 1-8. ISSN 1472-6963

von Hippel, Eric, de Jong, Jeroen P. and Flowers, Steve (2012) Comparing business and household sector innovation in consumer products: findings from a representative study in the United Kingdom Management Science, 58 (9). pp. 1669-1681. ISSN 0025-1909

Carlin, Leslie, Smith, Helen, Henwood, Flis, Flowers, Steve, Jones, Andrea, Prentice, Rebecca and Miles, Ken (2010) Double vision: an exploration of radiologists’ and general practitioners’ views on using picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) Health Informatics Journal, 16 (2). pp. 75-86. ISSN 1741-2811

Flowers, Steve and Henwood, Flis (2008) Editorial: special issue on user innovation International Journal of Innovation Management, 12 (3). v-x. ISSN 1363-9196

Flowers, Steve (2008) Harnessing the hackers: the emergence and exploitation of Outlaw Innovation Research Policy, 37 (2). pp. 177-193. ISSN 0048-7333

Flowers, Steve (2007) Organisational Capabilities and Technology Acquisition: Why firms know less than they buy Industrial and Corporate Change, 16 (3). pp. 317-346. ISSN 0960-6491

Flowers, Steve, Tang, Puay, Molas-Gallart, Jordi and Davies, Andrew (2005) Contrasting approaches of the adoption of e-government: the UK and the Netherlands Journal of E-Government, 2 (3). pp. 51-84. ISSN 1542-4057

Flowers, Steve (2004) Service has changed the way IT matters Computing. ISSN 1361-2972

Flowers, Steve (2004) Contingent capabilities and the procurement of complex product systems International journal of innovation management, 8 (1). pp. 1-20. ISSN 1363-9196

Flowers, Steve and Nightingale, Paul (2002) Management Blamed for IT Project Failure Professional Manager.

Flowers, Steve and Nightingale, Paul (2002) Crash programmes Parliamentary Brief, 5 (3). p. 17. ISSN 1354-5507

Reeve, Steve and Flowers, Steve (2002) Management education and development through the application of the knowledge fusion method: a radical model to accelerate management learning International journal of management education, 2 (3). ISSN 1472-8117

Flowers, Steve (2001) Flying Without Wings Guardian, 7 June 2001.

Herson, K., Sosabowski, Michael, Lloyd, Andrew, Flowers, Steve, Paine, C. and Newton, B. (2000) Implementation strategies for educational intranet resources British Journal of Educational Technology, 31 (1). pp. 47-55. ISSN 0007-1013

Flowers, Steve, Newton, Becci and Paine, Cameron (1998) Creating a faculty intranet: a case study in change Education + Training, 40 (8). pp. 340-346. ISSN 0040-0912

Report (for external body)

Flowers, Steve, von Hippel, Eric, de Jong, Jeroen and Sinozic, Tanja (2010) Measuring User Innovation in the UK: the importance of product creation by users [Report (for external body)]

Flowers, Steve, Sinozic, Tanja and Patel, Parimal (2009) Prevalence of User Innovation in the EU: Analysis based on the Innobarometer Surveys of 2007 and 2009 [Report (for external body)]

Flowers, Steve, Mateos-Garcia, Juan, Sapsed, Jonathan, Nightingale, Paul, Grantham, Andrew and Voss, Georgina (2008) The new inventors: how users are changing the rules of innovation [Report (for external body)]

Other form of assessable output

Sebba, Judy, Griffiths, Vivienne, Luckrock, Barry, Hunt, Francis, Robinson, Carol and Flowers, Steve (2009) Youth-led Innovation: Enhancing the skills and capacity of the next generation of innovators NESTA, London, UK.

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