Impacte de l'estandardització de la gestió de la innovació mitjançant la norma UNE 166002

The present doctoral thesis studies the Spanish standard for Innovation management “UNE 166002 R&D&I management system requirements”, from two complementary perspectives. The first, eminently exploratory, analyzes the origin and context of this standard, its content and its implantation that is carried out through a methodology of comparative analysis and a case study of implantation in order to know which homologous standards to Spanish one exist in other countries and what similarities and differences they present, how it is implanted and what benefits, advantages and disadvantages are detected in its implantation and use. The second objective is to study the impact of the UNE 166002 standard on companies in terms of innovative capability and business performance that has been carried out using an empirical study methodology, based on a survey and a structured model that has no precedent in the current state of art ​
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