Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 19/Jun/2019
7:30am
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8:30am
Registration and Breakfast
Location: Grand Hall/Great Hall - Ecole Polytechnique
8:30am
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10:00am
19-AM-01: ST2.1 - Fab Labs, Makerspaces and Coworking Spaces as Sites of Innovation
Location: Amphi Becquerel
Chair: Julie Fabbri, emlyon business school
Chair: Andreea Gorbatai, University of California at Berkeley
Chair: Albane Grandazzi, CRG-i3 Ecole Polytechnique
 

The influence of localized spaces of collaborative innovation in Brazilian small businesses

Guilherme Freitas Camboim1,2, Rafael Toassi Crispim1,2, Paulo Antonio Zawislak1,2

1: Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil; 2: Innovation Research Center (NITEC), Brazil



Governance evolution of an emergent and rapidly network: a longitudinal study of the coordination mechanisms developed in the FabLab network.

Constance Garnier

Telecom ParisTech, France



Emerging new contexts for entrepreneurial innovation: the case of Fab-Spaces

Valeria Dammicco, Letizia Mortara

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Makers for Open Innovation: Who are the Makers and how to integrate them in Innovation Processes?

David Zakoth1,2, Oliver Mauroner1, Jutta Emes2, Marcel Drescher2

1: University of Applied Sciences Mainz, Germany; 2: Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany

19-AM-02: ST9.4 - Freedom in Organisations: Myths and Realities
Location: Amphi Sauvy
Chair: Matthieu Battistelli, Ecole Polytechnique
Chair: Patrick GILBERT, Sorbonne Business School (IAE), University Paris 1
Chair: Nathalie RAULET-CROSET, Sorbonne Business School (IAE), University Paris 1
Chair: Ann Teglborg, ESCP Europe
 

Liberated Companies: Are they more socially responsible? A quasi experiment in a partially liberated firm

Caroline Mattelin Pierrard

University Savoie Mont Blanc - IREGE, France



The Diversity Behind Freedom-Form Companies : Eight Case Studies on Empowerment and Accountability in the Workplace

Anne-Sophie Dubey, Charles de Lastic, Thierry Weil

Mines ParisTech, France



Philosophical roots of freedom and management

Nathalie Raulet-Croset1, Patrick Gilbert2, Ann Teglborg1,2

1: IAE de Paris; 2: ESCP Europe



Free-form organization: self-management or another avatar of organizational control? An exploratory study

Yuewu DUAN, Patrick GILBERT

IAE Sorbonne, France

19-AM-03: ST4.3 - Structural Transformations: Public-Private Innovation Networks and Social Innovation in Public Services
Location: Amphi Painlevé (Polytechnique)
Chair: Faridah Djellal, University of Lille, CNRS UMR 8019
Chair: camal gallouj, Universite de Paris 13 Sorbonne Cité
 

Social innovation networks and territorial dynamics

Céline Merlin-Brogniart

Clersé-CNRS (UMR 8019), France



Institutional Shaping of User-Led Loudspeaker Invention and Network Diffusion at the BBC.

Paul Windrum

University of Nottingham Business School, United Kingdom



Public service innovation networks (PSINs): an instrument for collaborative innovation and value co-creation in public service(s)

Benoît Desmarchelier, Faridah Djellal, Faïz Gallouj

University of Lille, France



Mapping Social Innovations: Konwledge Intensive Social Services (KISS) as Systems Builders

Benoît Desmarchelier, Faridah Djellal, Faïz Gallouj

Université de Lille, France

19-AM-04: ST6.3 - The Management of Uncertainties in Innovation Activities
Location: Amphi Poisson
Chair: Leonardo Augusto De Vasconcelos Gomes, Universidade de Sao Paulo
Chair: Mario Sergio Salerno, University of São Paulo, Polytechnic School
 

How Goal Orientation can help managers navigate the fuzzy front end of innovation

Peter Robbins1, Colm O'Gorman2, Anne Sigismund Huff3

1: DCU DOT Lab; 2: Dublin City University; 3: Dublin City University



Measuring the immeasurable? Explaining Intuitive Judgments Through Experimental Research Designs

Carlos Vazquez Hernandez, Massimo Garbuio, Betina Szkudlarek

University of Sydney Business School, Australia



How to enroll industrial collaborators in the nascent academic entrepreneurship under uncertainty: a dynamic commitment model

Peisi Lin, Wei Liu, Jihai Jiang

School of Economics and Business Administration, Chongqing University, China



Dyads in innovation: when the best partner is the one you would not choose

Paola Bellis, Roberto Verganti

Politecnico di Milano, Italy

19-AM-05: ST11.4 -Integration of Sustainability in Innovation Management
Location: Room PC 20
Chair: Claus Lang-Koetz, Pforzheim University
Chair: Enrico Benetto, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
 

Sustainable Transition and Adaptation of Regions: The Role of Local Innovation Ecosystem

James Boyer1, Jude Ozor1, Patrick Rondé2

1: Université Catholique de Lille; 2: Université de Strasbourg



Tackling the plastic packaging challenge in R&D management

Xuezi Ma, James Moultire

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



The integration of sustainability aspects into innovation management: current state and future potential

Claus Lang-Koetz1, Sven Schimpf2

1: Pforzheim University, Germany; 2: Fraunhofer Group for Innovation Research

19-AM-06: ST10.2 - Emerging Technologies and New Innovation Practices
Location: Room PC 21
Chair: Jeremy Klein, RADMA
Chair: Jonathan Linton, University of Sheffield
 

How does the CVC investment affect the venture’s innovation output: empirical evidence from GEM of Chinese venture

Yangsui Lin, Wei Liu

Chongqing University, China, People's Republic of



Scientometric Mapping of Deep Reinforcement Learning using Text Mining Techniques

Sercan Ozcan1, Jbid Arsenyan2, Aldo Stornelli1, C. Okan Sakar3

1: Portsmouth Business School, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom; 2: Rennes School of Business, France; 3: Bahcesehir University, Turkey



Modelling the impact of policy, producers, and users on the application of the Internet of Things

Wei Xu1, Jonathan Linton1,2

1: University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 2: Higher School of Economics, Moscow

19-AM-07: ST1.1 - How Artificial Intelligence is Reshaping Business Models
Location: Amphi Curie
Chair: Gianvito Lanzolla, Cass Business School
Chair: Umberto Panniello, Politecnico di Bari
Chair: Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli, Politecnico di Bari
 

Empirical Study on Customer Loyalty with Intelligent Personal Assistant

CHIA-CHI SUN

TAMKANG U., Taiwan



AI as a general purpose technology: Empirical understanding by linked dataset of scientific articles and patents

Kazuyuki Motohashi

University of Tokyo, Japan



Understanding startups’ dynamics: big data approach

Maksim Malyy, Zeljko Tekic

Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech), Russian Federation



Research on the Influence of Business Model Contextualization on Value Creation: Digital Transformation of RAINBOW from 2007 to 2018

Ji-hai JIANG, Chun–hua CAI, Wei LIU

Chongqing University, China, People's Republic of

19-AM-08: ST1.3 - Data Science for Innovation Challenges
Location: Amphi Lagarrigue
Chair: Paola Belingheri, University of Pisa
Chair: Filippo Chiarello, University of Pisa
Chair: Antonella Martini, University Of Pisa
Chair: Andrea Bonaccorsi, University of Pisa
 

Leveraging Deep Learning for Image Data Anonymization in the Insurance Domain: A Methodological Approach and a Relevant Case Study

Alessandra Andreozzi1, Antonella Martini1, Lorenzo Ricciardi Celsi2

1: Università di Pisa, Italy; 2: ELIS Consulting & Labs, Italy



Circular Economy: new paradigm or just relabelling? A Quantitative Text and Social Network Analysis on Wikipedia webpages.

Dario Cottafava1, Grazia Sveva Ascione1, Ilaria Allori2

1: University of Turin, Italy; 2: University of Pisa, Italy



Defining definition: a Text mining Approach to Define Innovative Technological Fields

Vito Giordano, Elena Cervelli, Filippo Chiarello

University of Pisa, Italy



Attracting Talent Through the Elimination of Gender Bias in Job Vacancies: a Preliminary Lexical Approach

Paola Belingheri, Filippo Chiarello, Antonella Martini, Andrea Bonaccorsi

University of Pisa, Italy

19-AM-09: ST3.1 - Knowledge Management and Absorptive Capacity in the Age of Digital Transformation
Location: Amphi Grégory
Chair: Lorenzo Ardito, Politecnico Di Bari
Chair: Roberto Cerchione
Chair: Erica Mazzola
Chair: Elisabetta Raguseo, Polytechnic of Turin
 

Corporate entrepreneurship and ambidexterity - Insights from an in-depth case study

Margaux Grall, Florence Charue-Duboc, Paul Chiambaretto

Ecole Polytechnique, France



Managing of IoT wireless network technologies: case of Russia

Maria Sergeevna Tokareva1, Konstantin Olegovich Vishnevskiy1, Anton Aleksandrovich Zarubin2

1: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation; 2: The Bonch-Bruevich Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, Russian Federation



Populations of R&D in Financial Services IT: A mixed methods study

Peter Riddell

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Canada



Understanding Firms AI Maturity: An exploratory study

Carole A.D. Bonanni1, Rohit Nishant2

1: Rennes School of Business, France; 2: Laval University

19-AM-10: ST1.4 - Why Is It Difficult to Implement E-Health Innovation?
Location: Room PC 23
Chair: Etienne Minvielle, école Polytechnique
Chair: John Kimberly, University of Pennsylvania
 

Electronic Medical Records: For Good or Ill? Data Breaches in the US Healthcare Ecosystem

Julien Cloarec, Nour Alrabie

TSM-Research, Université Toulouse Capitole, CNRS



Leveraging big data to drive innovation: the case of big data platforms in French academic health centers

Pierre-Yves Brossard

EHESP, France



Employees’ acceptance of disruptive digital service innovations in health care

Marie Luengen, Christopher Garrelfs, Carsten Schultz

Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany



E-health innovations: what do we learn from the implementation of the surgical robot in operating rooms?

Delphine Wannenmacher

Université de Lorraine, France

19-AM-11: G4 - Management of Innovation and Teams
Location: Room PC 22
Chair: Veronique STEYER, Ecole Polytechnique
 

Understanding the Practices of Knowledge Integration in the Innovation Process: The Role of Team Reflexivity

Valérie Mérindol1, Ekaterina Besson1, Jean Paul Susini2

1: Paris School of Business, France; 2: ISC Paris



A Microfoundational Perspective of Open Innovation: What Role do Lower-level Managers play?

Krithika Randhawa1, Ralf Wilden2, Siegfried Gudergan3

1: University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 2: Macquarie University; 3: University of Waikato



The Human Side of Expertise: Dealing With Role Ambiguity of Experts in R&D Departments.

Olga Lelebina

ISG International Business School, France



How Telework Influences Innovation and R&D Capability: An Empirical Study

David Ian Baxter, Rebecca Taylor

University of Southampton, United Kingdom

 
10:00am
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10:30am
Refreshments
Location: Grand Hall/Great Hall - Ecole Polytechnique
10:30am
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12:00pm
Plenary 1: Welcome
Location: Amphi Poincaré
Chair: Thierry Rayna, École Polytechnique / CNRS
Chair: Sihem Ben Mahmoud-Jouini, HEC
Speakers: E. Labaye (École Polytechnique), J. Olivier (HEC Paris), Y. Doz (INSEAD), O. Dauba (Ubisoft)
 

Welcome and Introduction

Eric Labaye

École Polytechnique, France



Welcome and Introduction

Jacques Olivier

HEC Paris, France



Moving From Home Centric to Global Innovation Capability: Challenges & Alternatives

Yves Doz

INSEAD, France



One, None or Many ? No CTO, but a Culture That Keeps Ubisoft at the Cutting Edge of Technology

Olivier Dauba

Ubisoft, France

12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch
Location: Grand Hall/Great Hall - Ecole Polytechnique
1:00pm
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2:30pm
19-PM1-01: ST2.1 - Fab Labs, Makerspaces and Coworking Spaces as Sites of Innovation
Location: Amphi Painlevé (Polytechnique)
Chair: Julie Fabbri, emlyon business school
Chair: Andreea Gorbatai, University of California at Berkeley
Chair: Albane Grandazzi, CRG-i3 Ecole Polytechnique
 

L’appropriation des pratiques issues du coworking par les grandes entreprises

Pierre Naves, Laetitia Gabay-Mariani

Conseil & Recherche, France



Co-working spaces as a creative escape from everyday practices of harassment? An exploration of co-working in employed work relationships

Fabio James Petani, Damien Richard, Didier Chabanet

INSEEC School of Business & Economics, France



Fab Lab and Makerspaces: Fostering Innovation skills

Thierry Rayna1, Ludmila Striukova2

1: École Polytechnique, France; 2: SKEMA Business School, France



Herding zebras: the role of coworking spaces in imprinting hybrid ventures

Julie Fabbri, Benjamin Huybrechts

emlyon business school, France

19-PM1-02: ST9.4 - Freedom in Organisations: Myths and Realities
Location: Amphi Sauvy
Chair: Matthieu Battistelli, Ecole Polytechnique
Chair: Patrick GILBERT, Sorbonne Business School (IAE), University Paris 1
Chair: Nathalie RAULET-CROSET, Sorbonne Business School (IAE), University Paris 1
Chair: Ann Teglborg, ESCP Europe
 

How to enable leadership among self-organizing developers

Johannes Berglind Söderqvist1, Simone Spiegler2

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Innovation and R&D Management; 2: University of Stuttgart, Institute of Software Technology



Self-organization and human resources: towards a radical transformation of practices? An exploratory study of a set of SMEs

Matthieu Battistelli

Ecole Polytechnique, France



"Freedom form" companies and creative process: evidence or paradox?

Emilie POLI

ESCP Europe, France



Organizational innovation situation analysis and search of new measurement framework

Ilona Baumane-Vitolina, Jeļena Luca

University of Latvia

19-PM1-03: ST4.3 - Structural Transformations: Public-Private Innovation Networks and Social Innovation in Public Services
Location: Room PC 20
Chair: Faridah Djellal, University of Lille, CNRS UMR 8019
Chair: camal gallouj, Universite de Paris 13 Sorbonne Cité
 

Theoretical and empirical evidence of public service innovation networks for social innovation (PSINSIs) in Denmark: A Systematic Literature Review

Lars Fuglsang, Ada Scupola

Roskilde University, Denmark



Can enlarged co-operation between public and private actors contribute to more social innovations in welfare services?

Rolf Roenning

Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway

19-PM1-04: ST6.3 - The Management of Uncertainties in Innovation Activities
Location: Amphi Poisson
Chair: Leonardo Augusto De Vasconcelos Gomes, Universidade de Sao Paulo
Chair: Mario Sergio Salerno, University of São Paulo, Polytechnic School
 

Uncertainties as element of management of startup in light of the theory of Dynamic Capabilities

Rogerio Tadeu de Oliveira Lacerda

Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil



Mechanisms for the integration between Research and Development: a literature review

Felipe Plana Maranzato1, Mario Sergio Salerno1, Leonardo Augusto Vasconcelos Gomes2, Ana Paula Franco Paes Leme Barbosa1, Vinicius Chagas Brasil1

1: Production Engineering Department, Polytechnic School, University of São Paulo; 2: Business Department, Faculty of Economics, Management and Accounting, University of São Paulo



Where do radical innovations come from? The case of nanotech

Alessia Donato1, Francesco Paolo Appio2, Daniela Baglieri1, Fabrizio Cesaroni1

1: Department of Economics, University of Messina, Italy; 2: Research Center of the École de Management Léonard de Vinci in Paris La Défense, France



Coping with uncertainty for innovative concept maturation: exploring Concept Maturity Levels in MedTech innovation

Mathias Béjean1, Angela Martin2, Robert Picard3, Eliziane Siqueira2

1: Université Paris Est Créteil, IRG (EA2354), France; 2: Altran Research Department, France; 3: Forum des Living Labs en Santé et Autonomie, France

19-PM1-05: ST10.3 - Monitoring Technology Dynamics and Convergence
Location: Room PC 21
Chair: Stefanie Broering, Uni Bonn
Chair: Martin G. Moehrle, University of Bremen, Germany
 

Technological Drivers of Urban Innovation. A T-DNA Analysis Based on US Patent Data

Ngoc Uyen Phuong Nguyen, Martin G. Moehrle

University of Bremen, Germany, Germany



State-of-the-Art in measuring convergence at different levels

Stefanie Bröring, Michael Wustmans

Univeristy of Bonn, Germany



Analysing scientific dynamics – Does machine learning help to predict scientific convergence based on bibliographic data?

Tetyana Melnychuk1, Lukas Galke1,2, Eva Seidlmayer3, Michael Wustmans4, Klaus Tochtermann1,2, Konrad Förstner3, Stefanie Bröring4, Carsten Schultz1

1: Kiel University; 2: Leibniz Information Centre for Economics (ZBW); 3: German National Library of Medicine (ZB MED) - Information Centre for Life Sciences; 4: University of Bonn



University spin-offs between soft and hard patents

Valentina Stanzione1, Alberto Nucciarelli1, Sandro Etalle2, Bert Sadowski2

1: University of Trento, Italy; 2: Eindhoven University of Technology

19-PM1-06: ST10.2 - Emerging Technologies and New Innovation Practices
Location: Room PC 24
Chair: Jeremy Klein, RADMA
Chair: Jonathan Linton, University of Sheffield
 

Emerging technologies – preserving and growing value over multiple innovation timelines

Valerie Lynch

Institute for Manufacturing Cambridge, United Kingdom, And Technology Research Ltd.



R&D management across a technology transition: the case of additive manufacturing

Jeremy Klein1,2

1: Technologia Ltd; 2: RADMA



From Venture Capital Ties to Social Capital Bonds: A Case Study on How a Venture Capital Investment Makes Supply Chain Networking Work

TSUNG-HSIEN HAN

National Chengchi University, Taiwan

19-PM1-07: ST1.1 - How Artificial Intelligence is Reshaping Business Models
Location: Amphi Curie
Chair: Gianvito Lanzolla, Cass Business School
Chair: Umberto Panniello, Politecnico di Bari
 

Managing Open Innovation and IP in AI based business models

Martin A. Bader, Christian Stummeyer

Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Germany



Mapping Artificial Intelligence as a Research Topic in Management Literature

Johannes Dahlke, Bernd Ebersberger

University of Hohenheim, Germany



What is the user value of AI? A taxonomy based on AI startups in France in 2019

Caroline Nowacki, Angéla Martin

Altran, France

19-PM1-08: ST1.3 - Data Science for Innovation Challenges
Location: Amphi Lagarrigue
Chair: Paola Belingheri, University of Pisa
Chair: Filippo Chiarello, University of Pisa
Chair: Antonella Martini, University Of Pisa
Chair: Andrea Bonaccorsi, University of Pisa
 

Value Creation in Emerging Technologies through Sentiment Analysis of Scientific Papers: The Case of Blockchain

Filippo Chiarello1, Paola Belingheri1, Antonella Martini1, Andrea Bonaccorsi1, Andrea Fronzetti Colladon2

1: Università di Pisa, Italy; 2: Università di Perugia, Italy



Towards Automatic building of Human-Machine Conversational System to support Maintenance Processes

Elena Coli1, Nicola Melluso2, Gualtiero Fantoni2, Daniele Mazzei3

1: Department of Information Engineering, University of Pisa, Italy; 2: Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering, University of Pisa; 3: Department of Computer Science, University of Pisa



Predicting the firms' innovation performance with patents and machine learning algorithms

Raffaella Manzini1, Gloria Puliga1, Linda Ponta1, Luca Oneto2

1: LIUC Università Cattaneo, Italy; 2: Università di Pisa, Italy



Perspectives for Social Robotics: Towards RoboEthics and Therapeutic Applications

Luis Daniel Bolanos1, Filippo Chiarello2, Daniele Mazzei3

1: Department of Information Engineering, University of Pisa; 2: Dept. of Energy, Process and System Engineering, University of Pisa; 3: Computer Science Department, University of Pisa

19-PM1-09: W1 - 3D Printing, Innovation and Business Models (Part 1)
Location: Drahi X-Novation Center Lecture Room
Chair: Frank Piller, RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITY
Chair: Thierry Rayna, École Polytechnique / CNRS
Chair: Joel West, Keck Graduate Institute
 

Science Fiction Prototyping to the Test: The Case of Additive Manufacturing for Kitchen Appliance Manufacturers

Letizia Mortara, Serena Flammini

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Enabling Consumer Innovation with 3D Printing: An Exploratory Analysis of the Thingiverse Platform

Thomas Gillier1, Sergio Toral Martin2, Rocio Martínez-Torres2

1: Grenoble Ecole de Management, France; 2: University of Seville, Facultad de Turismo y Finanzas, Spain.



Development and Test of an Additive Manufacturing Maturity Model

Henrik Blichfeldt1, Mette Præst Knudsen2, Martin Hannibal3

1: University of Southern Denmark, Denmark; 2: University of Southern Denmark, Denmark; 3: University of Southern Denmark, Denmark



Hybrid Alliances for Radical Innovation: Four Alliances Dedicated to Additive Manufacturing, a Hard-to-Get Industrial Revolution

Benoît Tezenas du Montcel

CNAM, France

19-PM1-10: Meet the Editors
Location: Amphi Grégory
Chair: Sihem Ben Mahmoud-Jouini, HEC
International Journal of Project Management (IJPM), Journal of Product Innovation Management (JPIM), R&D Management, Technological Forecasting & Social Change (TFSC)
 

International Journal of Project Management - Meet the Editors

Martina Huemann

WU Vienna University



Journal of Product Innovation Management – Meet the Editors

Gloria Barczak

Northeastern University



R&D Management – Meet the Editors

Ellen Enkel

Zeppelin Universität



Technological Forecasting & Social Change – Meet the Editors

Dirk Meissner

Higher School of Economics, National Research University

19-PM1-11: Master Class: Armand Hatchuel – Deconstructing R&D: Empirical and Conceptual Lessons From C-K Theory
Location: Amphi Becquerel
Chair: Armand Hatchuel, MinesParisTech/ PSL University
Speakers: A. Hatchuel (i3-CGS), F. Arnoux (STIM)
 

Deconstructing R&D: Empirical and Conceptual Lessons From C-K Theory

Armand Hatchuel

MinesParisTech/ PSL University, France



Innovation, from Business Value Creation to Capability Creation

Frédéric Arnoux

STIM

19-PM1-12: ST8.5 - Disclosure and Exclusion: The Challenges of Collaboration in Open Innovation
Location: Room PC 23
Chair: Janet Bercovitz, University of Colorado, Leeds School of Business
Chair: Martin Hetu, HEC Paris
Chair: Denisa Mindruta, HEC Paris
 

Open Innovation practices of firms within an emerging personalized medicine innovation ecosystem

Andrew Park1, Elicia Maine2

1: Simon Fraser University, Canada; 2: Simon Fraser University, Canada



Value capture in open innovation systems: a longitudinal analysis of collaborative processes with radical circles

claudio dell'era2, alberto di minin1, giulio ferrigno1, federico frattini2, paolo landoni3, roberto verganti2

1: Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Italy; 2: Politecnico di Milano; 3: Politecnico di Torino



Exaptation and collaboration. The missing link in European Smart Specialization Strategy

Andrea Ganzaroli1, Ivan De Noni2, Luciano Pilotti1

1: University of Milan, Italy; 2: University of Padova, Italy

2:30pm
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2:45pm
Break
2:45pm
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3:45pm
19-PM2-01: ST2.3 - Design & Experience at the Heart of Organizations: What Does it Take?
Location: Room PC 20
Chair: Estelle Berger, Strate School of Design, Sèvres, France
Chair: Caroline Gagnon, School of Design, Laval University, Québec, Canada
Chair: Frédérique Pain, Strate School of Design, Sèvres, France
 

Are you what you eat? Making absorptive capability an operating capability: a Resource-based View Perspective of Strategic Design Management

Mélissa ALAUZE1, Thomas PARIS2

1: i3-CRG/Ecole polytechnique & Exalt Design Lab/Strate, Ecole de design, France; 2: GREG HEC/CNRS & i3-CRG/Ecole polytechnique, France



Embedding designers in user experience projects within a non-design intensive company

Julie Sahakian1, Sihem Ben Mahmoud-Jouini2

1: i3-CRG,École polytechnique,CNRS,Université Paris-Saclay, and Exalt Design Lab, France; 2: HEC

19-PM2-02: ST2.4 - How Do the Creative Industries Cope With Innovation Challenges ?
Location: Room PC 21
Chair: David Massé, Télécom ParisTech, i3
Chair: Thomas Paris, CNRS / GREGHEC
 

Redefining the Roles of Public Museums for Cultural-Creative Industries- the Case of National Palace Museum

Jian-Jing Li, Jian-Hung Chen

National Chi Nan University, Taiwan



Place and creativity, a multidimensional perspective ; The case of the “Atelier Nawak”, a French comic workshop

Pierre Poinsignon1, Thomas Paris2

1: École polytechnique, France; 2: HEC Paris, France

19-PM2-03: ST6.2 - Innovation Management Approaches to Address Grand Challenges
Location: Amphi Sauvy
Chair: Shima Barakat, University of Cambridge -
Chair: Serena Flammini, University of Cambridge
Chair: Letizia Mortara, University of Cambridge
 

The social impact of Big Science-industry networks: the ITER case

Gloria Puliga1, Raffaella Manzini1, Valentina Lazzarotti1, Paola Batistoni2

1: Liuc - Università Cattaneo, Italy; 2: ENEA - Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development



Social system relations in the diffusion of social innovation into low resource markets

Orsolya Ihasz, Richard Adams, Shailendra Vyakarnam

Cranfield School of Management, United Kingdom



Tackling societal grand challenges on a sustainable basis: a matter of cultural dynamic capabilities

Fabrice Periac

Paris School of Business, France

19-PM2-04: G8 - Innovation Performance and Policy
Location: Amphi Poisson
Chair: Florence Charue-Duboc, Ecole polytechnique
 

Examination of Stage-Based National Key Performance Proxy Variables Using Neural Networks

Dominik Forner, Sercan Ozcan, David Bacon

University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom



Which Policy Intervention Is Better to Encourage for Open Innovation? - Comparison of Direct and Indirect Government Financial Support on Innovation Collaboration

Joonmo Ahn1, Letizia Mortara2

1: Sogang University, Graduate School of Management of Technology, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge, UK



The Role of Governmental Intermediary in Cross-Country Entrepreneurial Resources Transfer: A Four Countries Comparison

YUCHUN CHEN1, Chia-Hung Wu2

1: National Formosa University, Taiwan; 2: Yuan Ze University, Taiwan

19-PM2-05: ST10.3 - Monitoring Technology Dynamics and Convergence
Location: Amphi Painlevé (Polytechnique)
Chair: Martin G. Moehrle, University of Bremen, Germany
Chair: Stefanie Broering, Uni Bonn
 

How to Enhance the Property Rights in the International Standardization? - The Analysis of Patent Citations Between Firms in the Telecommunication Industry–

Jing-Ming Shiu1, Masanori Yasumoto2, Shang-Ke Wang2, Chen-Chia Hsu1

1: National Cheng Kung U.,Taiwan; 2: Yokohama National University,Japan



Convergence in the additive manufacturing industry: A tale of two firms

Jiashun Huang1, Sudhir Rama Murthy2, Chander Velu3

1: Institute for New Economic Thinking at Oxford Martin School; School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford; Harvard Law School, Harvard University; 2: Saïd Business School, University of Oxford; 3: Institute for Manufacturing, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge



Measuring the Performance of University-Industry Collaborative Research: Technological Recombination and Coevolution

Tung-Fei Tsai-Lin

National United University, Taiwan

19-PM2-06: ST10.5 - the Role of Students in Bridging Research, Industry and Society
Location: Room PC 24
Chair: Rene Carraz, Toyo University
Chair: Véronique Schaeffer, University of Strasbourg
 

INTEGRATION BETWEEN UNIVERSITY AND STARTUPS IN LIGHT OF THE SINGULARITY AND LIMITED RATIONALITY

Rogerio Tadeu de Oliveira Lacerda, Mayara Lucia Bernardes, Bianca Simon, Anelise Stangarlin

Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil



Determinants of Entrepreneurial Intention: An Empirical Analysis of University Students in Taiwan

Neil Chu

Medical and Pharmaceutical Industry Technology and Development Center, Taiwan

19-PM2-07: ST1.1 - How Artificial Intelligence is Reshaping Business Models
Location: Amphi Curie
Chair: Gianvito Lanzolla, Cass Business School
Chair: Umberto Panniello, Politecnico di Bari
 

Using service blueprints to explore changes in user experience and corporate investment induced by AI

Caroline Nowacki, Angéla Martin

Altran, France



AI in the Space Industry. Business Model Innovation and its antecedents.

Loretta Latronico, Luisa Pellegrini, Luca Fanucci

UniPisa, Italy

19-PM2-08: ST1.3 - Data Science for Innovation Challenges
Location: Amphi Lagarrigue
Chair: Paola Belingheri, University of Pisa
Chair: Filippo Chiarello, University of Pisa
Chair: Antonella Martini, University Of Pisa
Chair: Andrea Bonaccorsi, University of Pisa
 

Patent infringement analysis using Text mining technique based on SAO structure

Sunhye Kim, Byungun Yoon

Dongguk University, Korea, Requblic of (South Korea)



The Data Science of Startup Competition

Clément Gastaud1,2, Théophile Carniel1,2, Jean-Michel Dalle1,2,3

1: Agoranov, Paris, France; 2: Sorbonne Université, Paris France; 3: i3-CNRS, École Polytechnique, France



Exploring disruptive innovation opportunity using patent analysis and deep learning

Yujin Jeong1, Leonidas Aristodemou2, Frank Tietze3

1: Institute for Manufacturing(IfM), University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: Institute for Manufacturing(IfM), University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 3: Institute for Manufacturing(IfM), University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

19-PM2-09: ST 8.5 - Disclosure and Exclusion: The challenges of collaboration in Open Innovation
Location: Room PC 23
Chair: Denisa Mindruta, HEC Paris
Chair: Martin Hetu, HEC Paris
Chair: Janet Bercovitz, University of Colorado, Leeds School of Business
 

Competition in Markets with Complements: How Within-Component Firm Heterogeneity Shapes Ecosystem Strategies

Elena Plaksenkova, Olivier Chatain

HEC Paris, France



Types of partnerships for innovation and atmosphere, a symbiotic relationship for performance

Romaric Servajean-Hilst1, Carole Donada2, Sihem Ben Mahmoud Jouini3

1: Ecole polytechnique, France; 2: ESSEC business school; 3: HEC Paris

19-PM2-10: G1 - Business Model Innovation
Location: Amphi Grégory
Chair: Rémi Maniak, Ecole Polytechnique
 

Business Models of RTOs in the area of microelectronics and semiconductors: A Case Study Analysis

Nizar Abdelkafi, Cornelia Schindler, Alexander Schwind

Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy IMW



Business Model Innovation and Firm Performance: Assessing the impact of incremental and radical innovation

Matthias Menter, Christopher Zeeb

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany



Maturity of business models – A conceptual model for analyzing the maturity level

Stefan Vorbach, Christiana Müller, Elisabeth Poandl, Michael Rachinger, Martin Glinik, Ines Korajman

Graz University of Technology, Austria

19-PM2-11: W1 - 3D Printing, Innovation and Business Models (Part 2)
Location: Drahi X-Novation Center Lecture Room
Chair: Frank Piller, RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITY
Chair: Thierry Rayna, École Polytechnique / CNRS
Chair: Joel West, Keck Graduate Institute
 

Open Innovation and 3D printing: Intellectual Property Rights challenges

Ludmila Striukova1, Thierry Rayna2, Angela Daly3, Thomas Birtchnell4

1: SKEMA Business School, France; 2: Ecole Polytechnique, France; 3: Chinese University of Hong Kong; 4: University of Wollongong, Australia



Experiences With Academic Publishing on 3D Printing in Management – and What's Next

Frank Piller

RWTH Aachen University, Germany



Economics and Business Research on 3D Printing

Joel West

Keck Graduate Institute

19-PM2-12: W3 - Corporate Hacking
Location: Amphi Becquerel
Chair: Fabien Gélédan, École Polytechnique
3:45pm
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4:00pm
Boarding the buses to Paris
4:00pm
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5:00pm
Transfer to Paris by bus
5:00pm
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6:30pm
Plenary 2: Mobility & The Future of Innovation Research
Location: Amphi Painlevé (CNAM)
Chair: Thierry Rayna, École Polytechnique / CNRS
Speakers: C. Midler (École Polytechnique / i3-CRG), R. Bastien (Védécom), G. Devauchelle (Valeo), S. Zekri (Keolis), G. Barczak (Northestern University)
 

The Next Big Shot : Managing the Mobility Transition in Auto Industry

Chair(s): Christophe Midler (École Polytechnique / i3-CRG)

Presenter(s): Rémi Bastien (Védécom), Guillaume Devauchelle (Valeo), Scheherazade Zekri (Keolis)



Perspective on the Evolution of the Research in Innovation

Gloria Barczak

Northeastern University, United States of America

6:30pm
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7:30pm
Free Time / Visit of the Musée des Arts et Métiers (Optional)
Location: Musée des Arts et Métiers Paris
7:30pm
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11:00pm
Cocktail Dinner at Musée des Arts et Métiers
Location: Musée des Arts et Métiers Paris

 
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