|Chapter title||Who controls whom? Interaction dynamics and success of university-industry initiatives|
|Authors||Rosli, A. and Robinson, P.|
|Editors||Carmo Farinha, L.M.|
This chapter looks into the importance of having a clear identity of a boundary spanner in determining the role of the partners in a university-industry knowledge transfer programme. It highlights issues around the relationship between the business and the graduate as the boundary spanner, where the university's level of control differs between two programmes: Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) and Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise Network (KEEN) programme. The four case studies illustrate interesting points since the university is the employer for the KTPs associate and the business is the employer for the KEEN associate, whilst successful KTP and KEEN projects rely on a full understanding of the role of the graduate within the business.
|Book title||Handbook of Research on Global Competitive Advantage through Innovation and Entrepreneurship|
|Place of publication||Pennsylvania, United States|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-8348-8.ch011|