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What is “value” in open innovation?

What is “value” in open innovation?

  Biowebspin, April 26th, 2016 What is "value" in open innovation? by Rådberg Kamilla Kohn, Ollila Susanne, Webb Jane, in ISPIM Innovation Symposium, 2016 This paper draws attention to value in open innovation. It reveals how scattered the understanding is of what values are created in open innovation and for whom they are created. Based on a systematic analysis of papers that discuss both open in... »

Innovation Management? Orienting Sepsis R&D and Technology Transfer Towards Stratified Medicine

Innovation Management? Orienting Sepsis R&D and Technology Transfer Towards Stratified Medicine

  Biowebspin, April 18th, 2016 Innovation Management? Orienting Sepsis R&D and Technology Transfer Towards Stratified Medicine by Vural Özdemir, Nezih Hekim, in EBioMedicine, 2016 The Third International Consensus Definitions Task Force has recently defined sepsis as a “life-threatening organ dysfunction due to a dysregulated host response to infection” (Singer et al., 2016). This broad framew... »

The Role of Information Technology in Enabling Open Innovation: Complementarity or Substitutability?

The Role of Information Technology in Enabling Open Innovation: Complementarity or Substitutability?

  Biowebspin, April 12th, 2016 The Role of Information Technology in Enabling Open Innovation: Complementarity or Substitutability? by Reza Ghaffari, Benoit Aubert, 2016 This paper conceptualizes the role (complementarity or substitutability) of a set of IT-enabled capabilities in effectively facilitating inbound open innovation - the strategy to open up the organization’s internal innovation proc... »

Crowdsourced research: Many hands make tight work

Crowdsourced research: Many hands make tight work

  Biowebspin, April 08th, 2016 Crowdsourced research: Many hands make tight work. by Silberzahn, Uhlmann EL in Nature, 2015 Our experience with crowdsourced analysis began in 2013, shortly after we published research1 suggesting that noble-sounding German surnames, such as König (king) and Fürst (prince), could boost careers. Another psychologist, Uri Simonsohn at the University of Pennsylvania in... »

Technology Complexity and Open Organization: Foreign Innovation Projects in the Biopharmaceutical Sector in China

Technology Complexity and Open Organization: Foreign Innovation Projects in the Biopharmaceutical Sector in China

  Biowebspin, March 31st, 2016 Technology Complexity and Open Organization: Foreign Innovation Projects in the Biopharmaceutical Sector in China by Malik TH and Yun J in Journal of Entrepreneurship & Organization Management, 2016 High-technology enterprises are increasingly developing their technological advantages in foreign countries. In doing so, they need to make the decision whether to or... »