In this track, we aim to attract papers that stimulate the ongoing debate on open innovation and advance our understanding of open innovation as a field of research. Submissions are invited from both practitioners and management researchers and they may be purely theoretical or based on empirical research.
Thursday, May 17
Time Topic 8:30
Welcome: Track chairs
8:40 Who are we? Participants to very briefly explain who they are. 08:30 Session 1: Overview of Open Innovation
- Ellen Enkel and Oliver Gassmann: Driving Open Innovation In The Front End. The IBM Case
- Francesco Zirpoli and Markus C. Becker: Empirical Insights Into Organizing Open Innovation: The Case Of A European Auto Manufacturer
- Wim Vanhaverbeke, Jeroen De Jong, Vareska Van De Vrande and Maurice De Rochemont: Open Innovation In SMEs: Trends, Motives And Management Challenges
- Mikko Ahonen, Maria Antikainen, Marko Mäkipää: Supporting Collective Creativity Within Open Innovation
10:30 Session 2: External Knowledge Sourcing
- François Scheid and Florence Charue-Duboc: Are Radical Innovations Designed By Users? The Case Of A Software Company
- Felipe Monteiro: Connecting The Dots: Uncovering The Process Of Scouting For External Technologies
- Emilio Bellini and Corrado Lo Storto: Toward An Open Innovation Perspective On The Strategic Management Of University-Industry Communities: Four Case Studies In Domestic Divisions Of Ict Multinational Corporations
- Valentina Morandi and Francesca Sgobbi: What Drives R&D Cooperation? Empirical Evidence From Italian Manufacturing And Service Firms
15:45 Session 3: Open Innovation and University-Industry Cooperation
Keynote speaker: Julian Birkinshaw (London Business School): Open Innovation And In-Sourcing Of External Technologies.
- Markus Perkmann and Kathryn Walsh: Sourcing Knowledge From Universities: Opportunities And Constraints For Firms
- Elena Sousa-Ginel, Carmen Camelo-Ordaz and Ramón Valle-Cabrera: University And Firm Characteristics As Determinants Of Knowledge Transfer In Collaborative Agreements: Their Impact On Innovation Performance
Friday, May 18
08:30 Session 4: Organizing for Open Innovation
- Michael Mol, Felipe Monteiro and Julian Birkinshaw: External Knowledge Access Versus Knowledge Protection: A Necessary Trade-Off In Open Innovation?
- Silvia Ayuso and Roberto García, Miguel Ángel Rodríguez, Miguel Ángel Ariño: Does Stakeholder Engagement Promote Innovation Orientation?
- Oliver Alexy and Joachim Henkel: Promoting The Penguin: Who Is Advocating Open Source Software In Commercial Settings?
- Benjamin Chiao and Hak-Fung: Torts In Open Innovation: Liability Indemnification Through Patent Pools
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