POSSIBILITIES OF CREATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF OPEN INNOVATIONS AT R&D ORGANIZATIONS OF THE NAS OF UKRAINE
Keywords:open innovation, scientific and technological developments, open innovation approach
Introduction. The ability of R&D organizations of the NAS of Ukraine to quickly create and implement R&D
innovations is crucial for accelerated economic development and is an important factor for raising the competitiveness of Ukraine.
Problem Statement. R&D innovation may be created and implemented with the use of closed or open innovation approaches. Recently, the negative impact of several factors on the application of the closed innovation
approach to the activities of R&D organizations of the NAS of Ukraine has increased.
Purpose. The purpose is to develop and to test improved theoretical and methodological framework for technological audit of R&D works, assessment of organizational maturity and readiness of R&D organizations of the NAS of Ukraine to use open innovations.
Materials and Methods. A set of approaches to theoretical generalization, economic analysis and synthesis; mathematical statistics; expert and poll surveys have been used.
Results. It has been established that a significant share of R&D products of R&D organizations of the NAS
of Ukraine has a low readiness for independent and joint commercialization, which means the use of the closed innovation approach. Only a part of R&D organizations of Ukraine has an average level of organizational maturity, while the vast majority have a low and very low level of organizational maturity and readiness to apply open innovations. The application of this concept may contribute to the accelerated innovative development of
R&D organizations of the NAS of Ukraine. The theoretical and methodological framework for technological audit of R&D works and assessment of organizational maturity and readiness of R&D organizations of the NAS of Ukraine to the use of open innovation approach has been developed.
Conclusions. The proposed method allows R&D organizations of the NAS of Ukraine to accelerate the creation and commercialization of R&D innovations.
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