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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 48 | Submission: 10035 | Sponsor(s): (TIM, ENT, OCIS)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 10 2018 8:00AM - 11:00AM at Swissôtel Chicago in Zurich D
Researching Open Innovation: Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Settings for Future Research
Researching Open Innovation
PracticeTheme: Improving LivesResearch

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Organizer: Marcel Bogers, U. of Copenhagen
Organizer: Jonathan Sims, Babson College
Organizer: Agnieszka Radziwon, Aarhus U.
Organizer: Maral Mahdad, U. of Copenhagen
Organizer: Gergana Romanova, U. of Copenhagen
Organizer: Sunny Mosangzi Xu, U. of Copenhagen
Organizer: Mehdi Bagherzadeh, NEOMA Business School
Facilitator: Esteve Almirall, ESADE Business School
Facilitator: Sabine Brunswicker, Purdue U., West Lafayette
Facilitator: Henry Chesbrough, U. of California, Berkeley
Facilitator: Alberto Di Minin, U. of California, Berkeley
Facilitator: John E. Ettlie, Rochester Institute of Technology
Facilitator: Lars Frederiksen, MGMT, BSS, Aarhus U.
Facilitator: Annabelle Gawer, U. of Surrey
Facilitator: Marc B. Gruber, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Facilitator: Stefan Haefliger, Cass Business School, City U. London
Facilitator: Dennis Hilgers, Johannes Kepler U. Linz
Facilitator: Keld Laursen, Copenhagen Business School
Facilitator: Ann Majchrzak, U. of Southern California
Facilitator: Ian McCarthy, Simon Fraser U.
Facilitator: Kathrin Moeslein, Friedrich-Alexander U. of Erlangen-Nürnberg
Facilitator: Satish Nambisan, Case Western Reserve U. WSOM
Facilitator: Susanne Ollila, Chalmers U. of Technology
Facilitator: Markus Perkmann, Imperial College London
Facilitator: Frank T. Piller, RWTH Aachen U.
Facilitator: Marion Kristin Poetz, Copenhagen Business School
Facilitator: Wim Vanhaverbeke, U. Hasselt/ ESADE Business School/ National U. of Singapore
Open innovation (OI) is a management concept that describes the purposive management of knowledge flows across organizational boundaries. It has attracted significant attention from management researchers and has been studied using a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives. At the same time, researchers in a growing number of disciplines and divisions are attracted to this domain. And while our understanding of OI is generally increasing, many challenges in researching OI remain. Being the fifth consecutive PDW on this topic, it gathers a number of active scholars conducting research related to OI. These scholars will share and build on their experiences in researching OI to identify some key challenges—and associated opportunities—to help advance research in this domain. By building on recently identified OI research categories, the facilitators will introduce and discuss these challenges, which cover a broad range of levels of analysis and various theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches, and they will then moderate a roundtable discussion with interested participants. Pre- registration (by submitting a short text with research interests) is recommended for the roundtables, which have pre-defined topics, but attendance is open as long as space permits. The first version of this PDW was organized in 2014 and has resulted in a publication (with 23 authors) in Industry & Innovation, which will be used to frame our PDW. Facilitators will first present a short “pitch” of their interest in researching open innovation, and then discuss the related opportunities and challenges together with the participants in their respective roundtables.
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit PThe deadline to register online is July 31, 2018.
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