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Session Type: Symposium
Program Session: 1910 | Submission: 16678 | Sponsor(s): (BPS, ENT, TIM)
Scheduled: Tuesday, Aug 9 2016 1:15PM - 2:45PM at Hilton Anaheim in Pacific A
 
Finding the Limits of Inbound Open Innovation: Theory, Practice and Measurement
The Limits of Open Innovation
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Organizer: Jonathan Sims, Babson College
Organizer: Joel West, Keck Graduate Institute
Presenter: Sebastian Fixson, Babson College
Presenter: Keld Laursen, Copenhagen Business School
Presenter: Wim Vanhaverbeke, U. Hasselt/ ESADE Business School/ National U. of Singapore
Presenter: Joel West, Keck Graduate Institute
Discussant: Linus Dahlander, ESMT European School of Management and Technology
After more than a decade, open innovation has become both an influential managerial paradigm and attracted a sizable body of academic research. To some, it may seem as though it has become a mere buzzword or managerial fad. The reality is that as it matured, any body of theory requires identifying theoretical and ontological limits, boundary conditions, mediators and moderators. This session will feature four papers that seek to better define the limits of open innovation, in terms of theory, practice and measurement.
Search Terms: Open Innovation | Innovation Strategy | Technological Entrepreneurship
Overwhelmed by Open Innovation: How Social Product Development Company Quirky Went Bankrupt
Presenter: Sebastian Fixson, Babson College
Presenter: Tucker James Marion, Northeastern U.
Presenter: Kimberly Eddleston, Northeastern U.
The Limited Value of Inbound Open Innovation: Why Entrepreneurs Leverage Community Knowledge
Presenter: Simon Bock, Technische U. München (TUM)
Presenter: Joel West, Keck Graduate Institute
Presenter: Anne Greul, Technische U. München (TUM)
The Limits of Open Innovation: Results From Empirical Research at the R&D Project Level
Presenter: Wim Vanhaverbeke, U. Hasselt/ ESADE Business School/ National U. of Singapore
Presenter: Jingshu Du, VU Amsterdam
Presenter: Bart Leten, KU Leuven
Robust Results? A Bayesian Approach for Replication and Model Uncertainty in Open Innovation
Presenter: Bernd Ebersberger, U. of Innsbruck
Presenter: Fabrice Galia, -
Presenter: Keld Laursen, Copenhagen Business School
Presenter: Ammon Salter, U. of Bath
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