Knowledge Transfer Partnerships: A Best Practice Approach to Open Innovation
- Published: Thursday, 05 December 2013 16:52
- Written by National Centre for Universities and Business
Edited by: NCUB
Published: 21st November 2013
This summary report is the first in a series based on earlier NCUB research, Key Attributes of Successful Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, which was commissioned by Innovate UK and Research Councils UK.
This report shows how the various players, systems and processes within the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme contribute to the success of individual KTP partnerships and projects. In particular, it identfies the barriers to successful KTPs and how they can be overcome.
KTP Summary reports series:
- Knowledge Transfer Partnerships: A Best Practice Approach to Open Innovation
An introduction to the KTP model, highlighting how the various players can contribute to success
- Best Practice Strategies for Successful Innovation through University-Business Collaboration
Highlighting the benefits of KTPs for business
- Successful Engagement in Open Innovation: An Insight into Knowledge Transfer Partnerships for Academics
Showing academics how you can use KTPs can build relationships with business