An Empirical Test of An Analytical Framework for Evaluation of Different Corporate-Startup Collaboration Models

Authors

  • Annika Steiber Menlo College
  • Sverker Alänge Foundation IMIT

Keywords:

startup, open innovation, corporate-startup collaboration models, analytical framework

Abstract

Rapid technological developments make firms favor the creation of new approaches to corporate entrepreneurship and technology management. One approach, corporate-startup collaboration has reached a new level in the 21st Century and many different models currently exist as a result. However, research on how to evaluate the effects of those collaboration models is limited, and in some cases, non-existent. The purpose of this paper is to test if an analytical framework developed for measuring the results from corporate-startup co-location, also could be useful for measuring the results of other types of corporate-startup collaboration models. The framework is tested through the lens of the corporation and the collaboration unit. The empirical study includes 10 cases, representing five different corporate-startup models. The finding was that the analytical framework is useful in planning, analyzing and follow- up the results of many different corporate-startup collaboration models.

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Published

2020-11-05

How to Cite

Steiber, A., & Alänge, S. (2020). An Empirical Test of An Analytical Framework for Evaluation of Different Corporate-Startup Collaboration Models. Journal of Technology Management &Amp; Innovation, 15(3), 40–51. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/3566

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Research Articles