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510 Organizatio nal Competence s for Open Innovation in Small and Medium Sized Enterprise s of the Digital Economy In this paper, a conceptual approach to link organizati onal and individual competence s in open innovation processes is presented. Based on a comprehens ive system of hypotheses derived from recent literature , the current state-of-t he-art in the discussion about organizati onal antecedent s of open innovation is characteri zed, and further research identified . descriptive coupled why_organisation, what_practices, how_implemented, what_effects services neutral bachelor, master, phd, executive
467 Our street network The project offer a solution for people who spend lots of time social media and start to loss the contact with immediate environmen t, that why the program is called "our street" teaching outbound what_practices services successful bachelor
499 Outbound open innovation in Tourism A teaching case on outbound open innovation in services (tourism industry) teaching outbound what_practices, how_implemented services neutral bachelor, master
465 Project Kitchen workshop in the framework of the Ambient Assisted Living In the framework of the Austro-Hun garian cross-bord er cooperatio n project the Vienna Chamber of Commerce and Trade organized a workshop for organizati ons and persons interested in taking care for elderly people with limited mobility in their homes. Project goal was to collect ideas for solving the problem of this people. descriptive outbound how_implemented services successful master
486 Rethinking creativity in Fashion through open Innovation : The case of Zara This case study details how Zara the leading worldwide apparel maker has managed to conquer the world of fashion with an innovative business model based on Open Innovation . descriptive coupled how_implemented manufacturing successful bachelor, master, executive
489 Scouting Networks for Competitiv e Advantage The case presented is based on the study of Rohrbeck (2010) on how Deutsche Telecom, British Telecom, and Telefónica employ technology scouting approaches . The presentati on briefly illustrate s how Deutsche Telekom uses a specific approach aimed at identifica tion, anticipati on, and assessment of technologi cal changes using a network of experts. Furthermor e, it also briefly shows how Deutsche Telecom uses the same network to support the planning and execution of appropriat e action for the identified technologi cal changes by using a technology radar. Rohrbeck, R. 2010. Harnessing a network of experts for competitiv e advantage - Technology Scouting in the ICT Industry. R&D Management , 40(20): 169-180. teaching inbound what_practices services successful bachelor, executive
582 Supplier enabled innovation along with open innovation in Electrolux The case provide an example of Supplier enabled innovation within the Open innovation practices applied in Electrolux , which brought valuable solution for its customers. descriptive inbound what_practices, how_implemented, what_effects manufacturing successful master, phd
500 Teaching open innovation through role-playi ng The case is aimed at using role-playi ng to show the value of open innovation and demonstrat e how the current thinking inhibits from engaging in open innovation teaching coupled how_implemented, what_effects services neutral bachelor, master
511 Web 2.0 Learning - A Case Study on Organizati onal Competence s in Open Content Innovation In this paper, a process-ba sed view on shifting from proprietar y towards Open Content Innovation in the LMS1 market is described based on in-depth research within KOPIWA2 – a pre-compet itive joint research project on “Competenc es Monitoring for Open Innovation in the Digital Economy” in Germany. A longitudin al case study approach in shifting to a new Web 2.0 compatible business model is presented. The model focuses on providing process-fa cilitation, as opposed to the marketing of traditiona l Learning Management and Content Creation-S oftware. It serves as a basis for empirical insights into the management challenges and organizati onal competence s that must be addressed to cope with Open Innovation . The results clearly point out that to master the challenges of Open innovation there can be no simple ‘switch of a button’, such as adopting the newest fashionabl e management tool. Instead, a far-reachi ng management paradigm shift is necessary to successful ly accomplish Open Innovation . Among those behavioral patterns that need to be changed are (1) breaking rules and convention al management routines, (2) becoming accustomed to upside-dow n thinking to amplify organizati onal boundaries , (3) process facilitati on instead of micro-mana gement, (4) developing sophistica ted networking evolution skills, (5) establishi ng an effective stakeholde r management system, (6) managing by clear outside-in and inside-out principles . descriptive coupled why_organisation, what_practices, how_implemented, what_effects services successful bachelor, master, phd, executive