Publications/ conference papers by OI-Net partners

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  •   Mention & Torkkeli (2016) Open Innovation: Bridging Theory and Practice: Volume 1&2, Open Innovation: A Multifaceted Perspective, 708 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4719-18-6, 718 p (P01 – LUT, P29 - LIST)
  •   Teplov, Podmetina, Albats, Dabrowska, Inbound or outbound open innovation or both?Adoption patterns and concept perception, 3rd World Open Innovation Conference, Barcelona, Spain, December 15-17, 2016 (P01 – LUT)
  •   Albats, Dabrowska, Podmetina, Teplov, The role of human capital in open innovation: evidence   from   the   European   companies, 3rd World   Open   Innovation   Conference, Barcelona, Spain, December 15-17, 2016 (P01 – LUT)
  •   Albats E., Fiegenbaum I. & Alexander A. (2016). Innovation intermediaries in university-industry collaboration: analysis of the online platforms. The XXVII ISPIM Innovation Conference. Porto, June 2016 (P01 – LUT, P50-University of Exeter)
  •   Dabrowska, Podmetina. Searching for common skills and competence of open innovation professionals, The XXVII ISPIM Innovation Conference. June 19-22, 2016 (P01 – LUT)
  •   Dabrowska, Teplov, Albats, Podmetina, Lopez-Vega. Open Innovation capabilities. The truth about open innovation adopters and non-adopters, 3rd World Open Innovation Conference, Barcelona, Spain, December 15-17, 2016 (P01 – LUT, P46 )
  •   Dabrowska, J., & Podmetina, D. (2014). Identification of competences for open innovation, IPSIM 2014 (P01 – LUT)
  •   Podmetina D., Teplov R., Dabrowska J. & Albats E. (2016) Perception vs Reality: the Adoption of Open Innovation in European Companies. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 5-10. August 2016 (P01 – LUT, P46 - Linköping University)
  •   Podmetina, D., Teplov, R., Albats, E., & Dabrowska, J. (2016). Open innovation: Do you really do what you think you do? ISPIM conference 2016 (P01 – LUT)
  •   Albats E., Bogers M., Podmetina D. Companies' human capital required for collaboration: toward a focus on university relations. The 2016 University-Industry interaction Conference. Amsterdam, 1-3. June 2016 (P01 – LUT)
  •   Casprini, E., De Massis, A., Di Minin, A., Frattini, F., & Piccaluga, A. (2016, June). Making Open Innovation in Family Firms Happen: the Loccioni case. In ISPIM Innovation Symposium (p. 1). The International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM) (P24 – Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna )
  •   Baron, M. (2016, June). Open Innovation in Old Industrial Regions. Does old mean closed?. In ISPIM Innovation Symposium (p. 1). The International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM) (P37 - University of Economics in Katowice)
  •   Towards Understanding of Quality Assurance in Open Innovation Environment, Proceedings of the 19th Q-MOD scientific conference, Rome, 21 - 24 September, 2016 (P41 - Technical University of Košice)
  •    Zgodavova, K., Kisela, M., & Sutoova, A. (2016). Intelligent approaches for an organisation’s management system change. The TQM Journal, 28(5), 760-773, (P41 - Technical University of Košice)
  •   Actual Trends in Innovation, KEY NOTE SPEECH, 2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “Multidisciplinary Academic Research & Global Innovation ” (MARGI- 2016), 25.-26.8.2016, Beijing, China (P01 LUT)
  •   Strategic Business Alliances as a Bridge towards Open Innovation and Improved Business Performance, Original scientific conference paper, 2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “Multidisciplinary Academic Research & Global Innovation ” (MARGI- 2016), 25.-26.8.2016, Beijing, China ( P43 - Faculty of Management, University of Primorska)
  •  Eric Viardot (with J. Chen and H. Sherif): Managing innovation with standardization: An introduction to recent trends and new challenges Technovation Volumes 48–49, (February–March 2016) , Pages 1-3 (P45 - EADA)
  •    Alexander Brem, and Petra A. Nylund (with Gerd Schuster): Innovation and de facto standardization: The influence of dominant design on innovative performance, radical innovation, and process innovation. Technovation Volumes 50-51 ( April-May 2016). Pages 79-88 (P45 - EADA, P52)
  •   Eric Viardot: Marketing of innovation under conditions of uncertainty. International Journal of Technology Marketing. Volume 11 No. 2 ( April-June 2016) Pages 2-4 (P45 - EADA)
  •   Eric Viardot, Petra Nylund and Emma Hitchen“The effectiveness of open innovation: Do size and performance of open innovation groups matter?” International Journal of Innovation Management. Accepted in September 2016. To be published in Vol 21, 3. April 2017 (P45 - EADA)
  •   Lopez-Vega, H., Tell, F., & Vanhaverbeke, W. (2016). Where and how to search? Search paths in open innovation. Research Policy, 45(1), 125-136 (P46 - Linköping University)
  •   Lopez Vega, H., Celadon, K. L., & Sbragia, R. (2016). Öppen innovation på tillväxtmarknader (P46 - Linköping University)

 

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  •         Final research report on Innovation - IGA2. OI-net project  included as one of topics., Špaček, M. et al. Final report of University Internal Grant Agency (available in Czech only) (P11 - University of Economics, Prague)
  •   Understanding of open innovation: theory and practice,In preparation for journals Research policy or Techninnovation (P30 - Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje)
  •   Innovation in healthcare as a unused potential of entrepreneurism, III International Entrepreneurial Conference "The crisis and innovation through the prism of entrepreneurship", Faculty of Economics University of Montenegro (PT1 - University of East Sarajevo)
  •    Lopez Vega, H, Determinants of reverse knowledge transfer in foreign subsidiaries, RAUSP — Management Journal (forthcoming) (P46 - Linköping University)