Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Thursday, 20/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
20-AM-01: ST3.2 - Digital Platforms: opportunities and challenges for research, practices, and society
Location: Amphi Painlevé (Polytechnique)
Chair: Tommaso Buganza, Management Engineering
Chair: Laurent Muzellec, Trinity College Dublin
Chair: Sébastien Ronteau, AUDENCIA
Chair: Daniel Trabucchi, Politecnico di Milano
 

Sharing Economy in a Highly Regulated Market: The Case of Uber in Taiwan

Yachi Chiang

National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan



User entrepreneurship in digital economy and their antecedents to opportunity identification

Shahab Zare, Andrea Piccaluga, Alberto Di Minin

Institute of Management and Department EMbeDS/DEXRAI, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies



Competitive advantage for digital platforms in asset heavy industries

Marc Van Dyck, Dirk Lüttgens

RWTH Aachen University, Germany

20-AM-02: ST3.4 - Digital innovation
Location: Amphi Sauvy
Chair: Katarina Blomkvist, Uppsala University
Chair: Philip Kappen, Uppsala University
Chair: Ivo Zander, Uppsala University
 

Digital innovation and design Transformations: re-framing design and development within the context of Internet of Things

Boyeun Lee, Rachel Cooper, David Hands, Paul Coulton

Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Reconstruction of institutionalized professions: A response to digital transformation in Swedish newspapers

Henry Lopez-Vega, Mart Ots, Anette Johansson

Jönköping University, Jönköping International Business School, Sweden



How to prevent it from turning into just another organizational silo? – Task scope, structural set-up, and integration mechanisms in corporate digital labs

Marc Philipp Sauer, Fabian Reck

University of Bamberg, Germany



Digital Transformation in SMEs: the case of Smart District 4.0

Ivano De Turi1, Antonello Garzoni1, Giustina Secundo2, Pasquale Del Vecchio2

1: LUM - Libera Università Mediterranea Jean Monnet - Casamassima (Italy); 2: University of Salento, Italy

20-AM-03: ST6.1 - Implementation Issues of Systemic Disruptive Innovations
Location: Amphi Becquerel
Chair: Hans Georg Gemuenden, BI Norwegian Business School
Chair: Rémi Maniak, Ecole Polytechnique
Chair: Christophe Midler, Ecole Polytechnique
 

Systemic and disruptive innovation exploration dynamics toward ecosystem structuring: the case of the connected autonomous mobility

Giulia Marcocchia

Telecom ParisTech, France



A systemic innovation in science-based industry: how to manage suppliers by a manufacturer outsourcing all components

Noriko Taji1, Tatsuo Enami2, Kenji Takahisa2

1: Hosei University, Japan; 2: Gigaphoton,Inc



How does stakeholder attitude influence innovativeness? The case of urban innovation projects

Julia Kroh, Carsten Schultz

Kiel University, Germany



Next frontier for health systems: Learning from patient’s behavior and fuzzy factors identification

Shengjing Sun1, Xiaochen Zheng1, Joaquín Ordieres-Meré1, irène Georgescu2, Étienne Minvielle3

1: PMQ research group; ETSII; Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain; 2: Université de Montpellier, France; 3: I3-CRG; École Polytechnique; Paris; France

20-AM-04: ST7.2 - Innovation Is the Trigger of Industry 4.0. What About the Opposite?
Location: Amphi Poisson
Chair: Gianluca D'ANTONIO, Politecnico di Torino
Chair: Eric Soderquist, Athens University of Economics and Business
Chair: Lia Tirabeni, University of Turin
 

The changing role of public intermediaries in the context of emerging digital technologies: evidence from France and the UK

Annalisa Caloffi1, Federica Rossi2, Margherita Russo3, Ana Colovic4

1: University of Florence, Italy; 2: Birkbeck College, University of London, UK; 3: University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy; 4: NEOMA Business School, France



Exploring IT investment decisions of SME in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Niloofar Kazemargi, Paolo Spagnoletti

LUISS Guido Carli University, Italy



Collaborative Robots as Structuring Devices in Work Processes. An Organizational Perspective

Angelo Gasparre

University of Genoa, Italy



Managing digital transformation paradoxes: The role & impact of comprehending digitalization for organizational change

Lukas Moschko1, Vera Blazevic1,2, Frank T. Piller1

1: RWTH Aachen University, Germany; 2: Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands

20-AM-05: ST4.1 - the Design of New Industrial Ecosystems
Location: Amphi Curie
Chair: Pascal Le Masson, MINES ParisTech - PSL
Chair: Gordon MULLER-SEITZ, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
Chair: Susanne Ollila, Chalmers University of Technology
Chair: Vivek Velamuri, HHL
 

Systematic Literature Review of Disruptive Technologies in Business Ecosystems

Ines Korajman, Michael Rachinger, Stefan Vorbach

Graz Univeristy of Technology, Austria



Exploring practices in University-Industry collaborations: the case of collaborative doctoral program in France

Quentin Plantec1,2, Benjamin Cabanes1, Benoit Weil1, Pascal Le Masson1

1: Centre de Gestion Scientifique (CGS), Mines Paristech; 2: Institut National de la Propriété Industrielle (INPI)



Designing knowledge ecosystems through cognitive, behavioral, material and moral structures: A study of microfoundations

Susanne Ollila1, Anna Yström2

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



Managing interdependences in ecosystems through the design of alignment structures : an integrative framework of key levers and processes.

Alexandre Azoulay

GREDEG, France

20-AM-06: ST7.5 - Emerging Landscapes. New Skills, New Technologies and New Organizational Challenges in the 4.0 Age
Location: Room PC 17
Chair: Marcelo Enrique CONTI, Sapienza University of Rome, Management Dep.
Chair: Giuliano Maielli, Queen Mary, University of London
Chair: Cristina SIMONE, Sapienza University of Rome, Management Dep.
Chair: Laura RIOLLI, California State University Sacramento
 

The Personalization-Privacy Paradox in Attention Economy

Julien Cloarec

TSM-Research, Université Toulouse Capitole, CNRS



Tourism Management in the 4.0 age: Reliability of Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis and Viable System Approach

Marcelo Enrique CONTI, Francesca LOIA, Pietro VITO

Sapienza University of Rome, Management Dep., Italy



Industry 4.0: challenges and disruptions for Procurement

Jean POTAGE

KEDGE BUSINESS SCHOOL, France



Creating value in the fourth industrial revolution

Giacomo Büchi, Monica Cugno, Rebecca Castagnoli

University of Turin, Italy

20-AM-07: ST10.4 - Transfer From Research to Industry and Society: The Role of the Fuzzy Front End in Scientific
Location: Amphi Lagarrigue
Chair: Luise Fischer, Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy, Leipig
Chair: Anna Pohle, Fraunhofer IMW
 

The Relevance of Academic Engagement for Knowledge Transfer: a Longitudinal Study.

Cristina Marullo1, Andrea Piccaluga1, Fabrizio Cesaroni2

1: Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Italy; 2: University of Messina, Italy



A clustering study of European Knowledge Transfer Offices based on their Commercialisation DNA

Laura Kreiling1, John Scanlan2

1: Univ. Paris-Sud, Université Paris-Saclay, France; 2: Maynooth University, Ireland



ROBOTT-NET: How to design a European technology transfer network for robot technologies?

Christoph Hellmann1, Thilo Zimmermann1, Kate Gniewosz2

1: Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA, Germany; 2: Manufacturing Technology Center, UK



The Impact of the IPR Regulation on Academic Spin-offs’ Acquisitions

VALERIA SCHIFILLITI, MARIA CRISTINA CINICI, FABRIZIO CESARONI, DANIELA BAGLIERI

University of Messina, Italy

20-AM-08: G2 - University-Industry Innovation
Location: Amphi Grégory
Chair: Sarah Lubik, Simon Fraser University
 

University-Industry Engagement Consortium STIM: a different way to engage.

Antonio Crupi, Alberto Di Minin, Andrea Piccaluga

Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy



Bibliometric analysis of academic spin-offs and their relationship with universities

Ana Carolina Nerva Blumm, Sanderson César Macêdo Barbalho

University of Brasília, Brazil



The Uncertainty Challenge: Bridging Distant Industries and Research in the Fuzzy Front-End of Innovation

Regina Gattringer, Philipp Kranewitter, Melanie Wiener

JOHANNES KEPLER UNIVERSITY LINZ, Austria



Technology Transfer Office Directors: An Exploratory Study of Job Roles, Responsibilities and Impact

James Cunningham1, Matthias Menter2

1: Northumbria University, UK; 2: Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

20-AM-09: ST7.4 - Blockchain for Business: Expectations and Potential
Location: Room PC 21
Chair: Alberto Nucciarelli, University of Trento
 

Digital innovation enabled by the blockchain use in healthcare

Roxana Ologeanu, Isabelle Bourdon, Ghislaine Ngassam

Montpellier University, France



Blockchain in Supply Chain Management and Logistic: An Explorative Qualitative Study

Niels Hackius

Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Germany



Beyond the hype: Potential of Blockchain for businesses

Thierry Rayna2, Ludmila Striukova1, Sebastien Manchon3, Jeremy Cohen4

1: SKEMA Business School, France; 2: Ecole Polytechnique, France; 3: ENS Paris Saclay, France; 4: Imperial College, UK



Blockchain in the News: Trust, Gender And Risk

Andrei Villarroel

School of Management Fribourg, HES SO, Switzerland

20-AM-10: Meet the Editors
Location: Room PC 18
Chair: Sihem Ben Mahmoud-Jouini, HEC
European Management Review (EMR), Technovation, Project Management Journal (PMJ)
 

European Management Review – Meet the Editors

Hervé Dumez

i3-CRG, Ecole Polytechnique, France



Technovation – Meet the Editors

Jonathan Linton

University of Sheffield



Project Management Journal – Meet the Editors

Christophe Midler

École Polytechnique, i3-CRG

20-AM-11: Master Class: Sylvain Lenfle –Toward a Management of Exploratory Projects
Location: Room PC 19
Chair: Sylvain Lenfle, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers
20-AM-12: Presentation of R&D Management Special Issue "Leveraging Open Innovation to Improve Society: Past Achievements and Future Trajectories
Location: Room PC 20
Chair: Letizia Mortara, University of Cambridge
Chair: Joonmo Ahn, Sogang University
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/14679310/2019/49/3
 

Leveraging Open Innovation to Improve Society: Past Achievements and Future Trajectories

Joon Mo Ahn1, Nadine Rijokkers2, Ricardo Fini3, Letizia Mortara4

1: Sogang University, Seoul, South Korea; 2: Open University, The Netherlands; 3: University of Bologna, Italy; 4: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Citizen Participation in Public Administration: Investigating Open Government for Social Innovation

Lisa Schmidthuber1, Frank Piller2, Marcel Bogers3, Dennis Hilgers1

1: Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria; 2: RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITY, Germany; 3: University of Copenhagen, Denmark



Crowdsourcing Without Profit: The Role of the Seeker in Open Social Innovation

Krithika Randhawa1, Ralf Wilden2, Joel West3

1: University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 2: Macquarie University, Australia; 3: Keck Graduate Institute, USA



Open Social Innovation Dynamics and Impact: Exploratory Study of a Fab Lab Network

Thierry Rayna1, Ludmila Striukova2

1: École Polytechnique / CNRS i3-CRG; 2: SKEMA Business School

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 3: Industry 4.0
Location: Amphi Poincaré
Chair: Frank Piller, RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITY
Speakers: A. Ashuah (Digital Forming), T. Fautré (Siemens), G. Gramelsberger (RWTH Aachen), W. Koch (Schaeffler AG), S. Massard (3DS/Dassault Systèmes R&D)
 

Engineering and R&D in Times of Industry 4.0

Chair(s): Frank Piller (RWTH Aachen University)

Presenter(s): Assa Ashuach (Assa Studio Ltd & Digital Forming Ltd), Thierry Fautré (Siemens), Sébastien Massard (3DS/Dassault Systèmes R&D), Gabriele Gramelsberger (RWTH Aachen University), Walter Koch (Schaeffler AG)

12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch
Location: Grand Hall/Great Hall - Ecole Polytechnique
1:00pm
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2:30pm
20-PM1-01: ST7.5 - Emerging Landscapes. New Skills, New Technologies and New Organizational Challenges in the 4.0 Age
Location: Amphi Painlevé (Polytechnique)
Chair: Marcelo Enrique CONTI, Sapienza University of Rome, Management Dep.
Chair: Giuliano Maielli, Queen Mary, University of London
Chair: Cristina SIMONE, Sapienza University of Rome, Management Dep.
 

Design of consistent scenarios for IT technologies in system creation based on multiple domain matrices

Jonathan Masior1, Benjamin Schneider2, Oliver Riedel3

1: Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO; 2: Institute for Human Factors and Technology Management IAT, University of Stuttgart; 3: Institute for Control Engineering of Machine Tools and Manufacturing Units ISW, University of Stuttgart



Museums in the 4.0 age: discussing the current approaches to the digital transformation

Cristina Simone1, Mara Cerquetti2, Antonio La Sala3

1: Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; 2: University of Macerata, Italy; 3: University of Salerno, Italy



Do you care how digital platforms use your data? The role of transparency in Data-Driven Business Models

Daniel Trabucchi1, Tommaso Buganza1, Andrea Patrucco2

1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: Penn State University, USA



The role of technology enablers in fostering resilience

Francesca Iandolo, Irene Fulco, Cristina Simone, Mario Calabrese

Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy

20-PM1-02: ST3.4 - Digital innovation
Location: Amphi Sauvy
Chair: Paul Chiambaretto, Montpellier Business School / Ecole Polytechnique
 

Managing Digital Innovation Processes: The Case of Integrated Product-Service Systems

Tor Helge Aas1,3, Karl Joachim Breunig2, Magnus Hellström1, Katja M. Hydle3

1: University of Agder, Norway; 2: OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University; 3: NORCE - Norwegian Research Centre



What does our contemporary innovation management community consider to be rigorous case study research?

Hyunkyu Park1, Joonmo Ahn2, Letizia Mortara3

1: Centre for Science, Technology & Innovation Policy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: Graduate School of Management of Technology, Sogang University, South Korea; 3: Centre for Technology Management, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



High–tech Start–ups and Alternative Mechanisms of IP Protection: Evidence from Corporate Venture Capital Investments in the Automotive Ecosystem

Maria Teresa Aguilar Rojas1,2, Jordana Viotto da Cruz1,2

1: University Paris-Dauphine (PSL); 2: Governance and Regulation Chair



Digital transformation of business model innovation: A structured literature review

Selma Vaska

Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy

20-PM1-03: ST1.1 & ST1.2 - The Data Science of Startups / How Artificial Intelligence is Reshaping Business Models
Location: Amphi Becquerel
Chair: Jean-Michel Dalle, Sorbonne Université & Ecole Polytechnique
Chair: Matthijs den Besten, Montpellier Business School
Chair: Gianvito Lanzolla, Cass Business School
Chair: Umberto Panniello, Politecnico di Bari
 

Buyouts and innovation incentives : The case of the 2008 crisis

Connie Lee

Mines Paristech, France



Does standardization matter to make AI start-ups attractive to venture capital? Evidence from China

Jason Li-Ying

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



The Business of Artificial Intelligence: AI Start-up Firms

Rob Seamans1, James Bessen2, Stephen Impink1, Lydia Reichensperger2

1: New York University, United States of America; 2: Boston University, United States of America



Edge AI driven technology advancements paving way towards new capabilities

Girish Agarwal1, Anders Johanson1, Mats Magnusson2

1: Husqvarna AB, Sweden; 2: KTH

20-PM1-04: ST4.2 - Orchestrating Platforms Ecosystems
Location: Amphi Poisson
Chair: Mark DE REUVER, Delft University of Technology (Netherlands)
Chair: Thierry ISCKIA, Institut Mines-Telecom Business School (France)
 

Engaging with startups in platform-based business models to enable explorative and exploitative learning

Ellen Enkel, Veronika Sagmeister

Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen, Germany



Capabilities development to attract complementation in ecosystems based on digital platforms

Ana Lucia Figueiredo Facin1,2, Leonardo Augusto de Vasconcelos Gomes1, Mauro de Mesquita Spinola1, Mario Sergio Salerno1

1: Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil; 2: UNESP - Univ Estadual Paulista, Brazil



Platform strategies under the Artificial Intelligence prism

François Acquatella, Valérie Fernandez, Thomas Houy

Télécom ParisTech, France



Entering the Black Box of Platform Orchestration: A metaphoric co-evolutionary framework for platform-based ecosystems

Xavier Francis Etienne Pierre PARISOT1, Thierry ISCKIA2, Pierre VIALLE2

1: The Institute for Knowledge and Innovation, Bangkok University, Thailand; 2: Institut Mines-Télécom Business School

20-PM1-05: ST4.1 - the Design of New Industrial Ecosystems
Location: Amphi Curie
Chair: Pascal Le Masson, MINES ParisTech - PSL
Chair: Gordon MULLER-SEITZ, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
Chair: Susanne Ollila, Chalmers University of Technology
 

Platform Leaders’ Ecosystem Strategies for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): Dynamic Capabilities and Coopetition

Claudia Werker1, Doris Pastor-Torres2, Christian Hopp2

1: Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The; 2: RWTH Aachen University, Germany



Disentangling the relationship between ecosystem design and governance modes in economically weak regions: An exploratory analysis

Christina Dienhart, Bastian Kindermann, Torsten-Oliver Salge

RWTH Aachen University, Germany



A typology of business models transformation in the marketing of emerging technologies

Serena Flammini, Letizia Mortara

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



The role of amateur communities and middleground ecosystems in the emergence of micro-computing in the early 1970

Gilles Garel

Conservatoire national des arts et métiers, France

20-PM1-06: ST8.3 - Crowdsourcing and Online Communities: Challenges and New Perspectives
Location: Room PC 21
Chair: Thomas Gillier, Grenoble Ecole de Management
Chair: Associate Professor SCHWEITZER Fiona, Ecole de Management
Chair: Jan Van den Ende, Rotterdam School of Management
 

GETTING ON BOARD OF NEW IDEAS: HOW INVENTORS CREATE COMMITMENT FOR THEIR IDEAS

Thomas Gillier1, Dirk Deichmann2, Marco Tonellato3

1: Grenoble Ecole de Management; 2: Erasmus University; 3: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München



STRUCTURING FOR CREATIVITY: THE ROLE OF RELATIONAL MECHANIMS IN CROWDSOURCING COMMUNITIES

Marian Garcia, Guihan Ko

University of Kent, United Kingdom



Determinants of Leveraging Social Capital on Open Innovation Platforms

Anja Leckel, Kathleen Diener, Frank Piller

RWTH Aachen University, Germany



What’s the problem? How crowdsourcing contributes to identifying scientific research questions

Susanne Beck1,2, Tiare-Maria Brasseur1,2, Marion Poetz2,1, Henry Sauermann3

1: LBG Open Innovation in Science Center, Austria; 2: Copenhagen Business School, Department of Strategy and Innovation; 3: ESMT Berlin

20-PM1-07: ST 8.4 & 8.2 - Open Innovation
Location: Amphi Grégory
Chair: Marie-Anne Le Dain, Grenoble INP Industrial Engineering and Management – G-SCOP Lab
Chair: Romaric Servajean-Hilst, Ecole polytechnique
Chair: Diane Poulin, Universit‚ Laval
 

Implementing open innovation through organizational routines. The case of a big established firm of the defence industry

Jonathan Langlois, Sihem Ben-Mahmoud Jouini, Romaric Servajean-Hilst, Harold Van den Bossche

Ecole Polytechnique, I3-CRG



Innovative characteristics of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) that collaborate with Research and Technology Organizations (RTOs)

Silvio Bitencourt da Silva1, Alexandre Zigunovas Junior2, Daniel Pedro Puffal3, Juliana Ballin Suzin4

1: UNISINOS; 2: SEBRAE; 3: UNISINOS; 4: UNISINOS



Towards Improved Measures in Innovation Management: An Application of Item Response Theory to Open Innovation

Cristina Marullo, Irene Martelli, Alberto Di Minin

Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Italy



A Tale of Two Jurisdictions: Intellectual Property Rights and the Commercialisation of Innovations at the International Level

Martin Hetu, Denisa Mindruta

HEC Paris, France



Partner selection in research-intensive coopetitive innovation projects: Evidence from mature industries

Sanja Smiljic1,2, Tor Helge Aas1, Anne-Laure Mention2

1: University of Agder, Norway; 2: RMIT University, Australia

20-PM1-08: ST10.4 - Transfer From Research to Industry and Society: The Role of the Fuzzy Front End in Scientific
Location: Amphi Lagarrigue
Chair: Luise Fischer, Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy, Leipig
Chair: Anna Pohle, Fraunhofer IMW
 

Technology Commercialization & Entrepreneurial Activity. Towards an array of parameters affecting the exploitation potential

Vasileios Mantzios1, Katerina Pramatari2, Theodoros Apostolopoulos3

1: Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece; 2: Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece; 3: Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece



Mediating factors in starting University-Industry (U-I) Research and Development (R&D) projects: an exploratory study in a nanotechnology center

Raissa Guerra Resende1,2, Raoni Barros Bagno2, Jonathan Simões Freitas2, Glaura Goulart Silva3

1: Technology Center in Graphene and Nanomaterials (CTNano/UFMG), Brazil; 2: Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil; 3: Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG)



Involving the crowd – How to involve the public in research and technology transfer – New dimensions of participation

Anna Pohle1,2, Luise Fischer1, Walburga Hoffmann1

1: Fraunhofer IMW, Germany; 2: TU Berlin, Germany



Structural industrial change resulted by forthcoming energy technologies. Context of Finland.

Igor Dukeov, Tero Ahonen, Jukka-Pekka Bergman

LUT University

20-PM1-09: ST8.1 - Open Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights
Location: Room PC 17
Chair: Cécile Ayerbe, Université Nice Côté d'Azur
Chair: Jamal-Eddine Azzam, Toulouse School of Management
Chair: John Hagedoorn, UNU-MERIT
Chair: Liliana Mitkova, UEVE Paris Saclay
 

IPRs and the relations between academic research organizations and industry

Pascal Corbel, Arielle Santé

Université Paris-Sud, Université Paris-Saclay, France



Open innovation: The role of patent strategy and informal appropriability mechanisms

Hélène Delerue, Hélène Sicotte

ESG-UQAM, Canada



Investigating the Role of Core-Peripheral Technologies in Firms’ Knowledge Buildings under Consensus-based Standardization : A Longitudinal Study of the Citation Networks of Standard Essential Patents in the Mobile Telecommunication Sector

Masanori Yasumoto1, Shangke Wang1, Tohru Yoshioka2, Jing-Ming Shiu3

1: Yokohama National University, Japan; 2: The University of Tokyo, Japan; 3: National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan



Emergent Partnerships and Planned Competition: On the Role of IP and Open Innovation in the New venture Creation Process

Sarah Gerlinde van Santen, Marcus Holgersson

Chalmers, Sweden

20-PM1-10: G8 - Innovation Performance and Policy
Location: Room PC 18
Chair: Jonathan Linton, University of Sheffield
 

Labor Flows, Diversity, and Technological Performance

Fakher Omezzine, Isabel-Maria Bodas-Freitas

Grenoble Ecole de Management, France



Taking a holistic view on the relevance of internal promoter roles for corporate innovation performance

Dietfried Globocnik1, Rita Faullant2

1: Alpen-Adria University, Austria; 2: University of Southern Denmark



Top manager’s human capital and the innovation of young businesses in sub-Saharan Africa

Christian Gnekpe, Amadou Lô

Toulouse Business School, France



Survival of the Funded? An Econometric Analysis of New-Firm Survival and Success

DAN KEOGH, DANIEL JOHNSON

Colorado College

20-PM1-11: W2 - Co-creation for Innovation Management: Shaping a Research Agenda (part 1)
Location: Room PC 19
Chair: Deborah Lynn Roberts, The York Management School
 

An Overview of NPD Co-Creation Practices and Research

Deborah Lynn Roberts

The York Management School, United Kingdom



Innovation Co-Creation: A Relational Synthesis & Systematic Review

Matthew Shannon O'Hern

University of New Hampshire, United States of America



It's the People, Stupid! Reflecting on Co-Creation as an Organisational Process

Simona Spedale

Nottingham University Business School, United Kingdom



Managing the Challenges of Co-Creation

Frank Piller

RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITY, Germany



Co-creation and Co-Design: The Case of Digital Forming

Assa Ashuach

Assa Studio, United Kingdom

20-PM1-12: Master Class: Joel West – Network Forms of Open Innovation: Ecosystems, Platforms, Communities and Consortia
Location: Room PC 20
Chair: Joel West, Keck Graduate Institute
 

Network Forms of Open Innovation: Ecosystems, Platforms, Communities and Consortia

Joel West

Keck Graduate Institute, USA

2:30pm
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2:45pm
Break
2:45pm
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4:15pm
20-PM2-01: ST7.2 - Innovation Is the Trigger of Industry 4.0. What About the Opposite?
Location: Amphi Painlevé (Polytechnique)
Chair: Gianluca D'ANTONIO, Politecnico di Torino
Chair: Eric Soderquist, Athens University of Economics and Business
Chair: Lia Tirabeni, University of Turin
 

How does a project-based organization affect the development of the Industry 4.0? Leading innovation through a ‘fluid mosaic’ organizational model

Filippo Andrei, Lia Tirabeni

University of Turin, Italy



Sustainable business model innovation and value co-creation within innovation ecosystems: a multi-level perspective.

Paola De Bernardi, Alberto Bertello, Canio Forliano

University of Turin, Department of Management, Italy



Taking Whatever Comes: Common Practice of Unwitting Entrepreneurs

Nour Alrabie

TSM-Research, Université Toulouse Capitole, CNRS



How relevant is stage-gate for R&D management today?

Paul Trott, Baxter David, Paul Ellwood

University of portsmouth, United Kingdom

20-PM2-02: ST7.1 - (Open) Innovation Paths Towards Society 5.0
Location: Amphi Sauvy
Chair: Tindara Abbate, University of Messina
Chair: Barbara Aquilani, University of 'Tuscia' of Viterbo
Chair: Anna Codini, University of Brescia
Chair: Michela Piccarozzi, Univerty of ?Tuscia' of Viterbo
 

The Rush for Patents in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: An Exploration of Patenting Activity at the European Patent Office

Mario Benassi, Elena Grinza, Francesco Rentocchini

University of Milan, Italy



The challenging transition from Industry 4.0 to Society 5.0: the role of open innovation and value co-creation.

Barbara Aquilani1, Michela Piccarozzi2, Tindara Abbate3, Anna Codini4

1: Department of Economics, Engineering, Society and Business Organization - University of 'Tuscia' of Viterbo, Italy; 2: Department of Economics, Engineering, Society and Business Organization - University of 'Tuscia' of Viterbo, Italy; 3: Department of Management - University of Messina, Italy; 4: Department of Economics and Management - University of Brescia, Italy



Designed 4 all: How IoT technologies may foster inclusiveness, tourist experience and economic growth

Paola Beccherle1, Andrea Ganzaroli1, Ivan De Noni2

1: Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy; 2: Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy



Building a framework for the use of servitization and public-private networks for public social innovation

Alberto Peralta, Luis Rubalcaba, Javier Carrillo-Hermosilla

University of Alcala, Spain

20-PM2-03: ST7.5 - Emerging Landscapes. New Skills, New Technologies and New Organizational Challenges in the 4.0 Age
Location: Amphi Becquerel
Chair: Marcelo Enrique CONTI, Sapienza University of Rome, Management Dep.
Chair: Giuliano Maielli, Queen Mary, University of London
Chair: Laura RIOLLI, California State University Sacramento
Chair: Cristina SIMONE, Sapienza University of Rome, Management Dep.
 

How do organizations create and develop capabilities in Analytics?

Cristiane Matsumoto, Mario Salerno

University of São Paulo, Brazil



HYBRID PLATFORMS, LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION IN HUMANOID ROBOTICS

Giuliano Maielli

Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom



4.0 Plastic Knowledge: Hybrid Skills and Competencies

Laura Riolli1, Ryan Fuller1, Antonio La Sala2

1: California State University, Sacramento; 2: University of Salerno, Italy



Shaping the 4.0 landscape: from the rip-bridge-fork process to the T-shaped capabilities.

Sergio BARILE, Cristina SIMONE

Sapienza University of Rome, Management Dep., Italy

20-PM2-04: ST4.2 - Orchestrating Platforms Ecosystems
Location: Amphi Poisson
Chair: Mark DE REUVER, Delft University of Technology (Netherlands)
Chair: Thierry ISCKIA, Institut Mines-Telecom Business School (France)
 

When do startups survive? Interactions among internal resources matter

Nicola Del Sarto, Alberto Di Minin, Giulio Ferrigno, Andrea Piccaluga

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Italy



Cross-Company Interdependencies: The Effects of Business Model Innovation in IIoT-based Platform Ecosystems

Tobias Pauli1, Erwin Fielt2, Martin Matzner1

1: FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; 2: Queensland University of Technology, Australia



Ecosystems: A systematic literature review on challenges in innovation ecosystems

Yovin SADASING

Toulouse School of Management (TSM), Université Toulouse Capitole, France



Intellectual property rights as tools for managing openness and appropriation strategies within platform-based ecosystems

Cécile Ayerbe, Amel Attour

Université Côte d'Azur, CNRS, GREDEG, France

20-PM2-05: ST4.1 - the Design of New Industrial Ecosystems
Location: Amphi Curie
Chair: Pascal Le Masson, MINES ParisTech - PSL
Chair: Gordon MULLER-SEITZ, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
Chair: Susanne Ollila, Chalmers University of Technology
 

The structure of a science-based innovation ecosystem in a peripheral region: The case of ArcticNet

Ashlee-Ann Pigford1, Gordon Hickey1, Laurens Klerkx2

1: McGill University, Canada; 2: Wageningen University, The Netherlands



Re-inventing corporate innovation through incubation. The VINCI Leonard case study.

Pierrick Bouffaron, Benoît Weil, Pascal Le Masson

MINES ParisTech, PSL Research University, France



Ecosystems dynamics and designs : insights from the evolution of the meta-ecosystem of innovation dedicated to video games in Montréal

Chahira Mehouachi1, Patrick Cohendet2, Laurent Simon2

1: Institut Supérieur de Gestion, Paris, France; 2: HEC Montréal, Montréal, Canada



Creating value from data in an ecosystem: building and expanding relationships between data and seemingly distant usages

Raphaelle Barbier, Benoit Weil, Pascal Le Masson

Mines ParisTech, France

20-PM2-06: ST8.3 - Crowdsourcing and Online Communities: Challenges and New Perspectives
Location: Amphi Lagarrigue
Chair: Thomas Gillier, Grenoble Ecole de Management
Chair: Associate Professor SCHWEITZER Fiona, Ecole de Management
Chair: Jan Van den Ende, Rotterdam School of Management
 

Influence of virtual co-design experiences on consumer engagement and consumer-product relationship

Olfa Ammar, Imen Trabelsi Trigui

Faculty of economic sciences and management of Sfax, Tunisia



Determinants of organizational Open Source adoption

Veronique SANGUINETTI

UPHF, laboratoire IDP; PhD iae Lyon Magellan, France



Evolution of the Java specification process: towards a fully open co-creation paradigm building on Open Source experience for a major software technology

Laurent Adatto

CNAM, France



Social Innovation: what does it mean?

Lidyane Stephane da Silva Barros, Pryscilla Aparecida Vaz de Oliveira, Mario Sergio Salerno

University of São Paulo, Brazil

20-PM2-07: ST5.2 - Innovation Models in Emerging Countries
Location: Amphi Grégory
Chair: Nizar Abdelkafi, Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy - IMW
Chair: Luise Fischer, Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy, Leipig
Chair: Cyrine Tangour, Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy - IMW
 

Look into drug discovery and development process: paradigms of phases and collaborations among participants

Jie XIONG1, Jie YAN2, Lu XU1, Benlu HAI3

1: Rennes School of Business, France; 2: Grenoble Ecolede Management, France; 3: Center for Innovation and Development, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China



The entrepreneurial university in Tunisia: fostering innovation through new approaches in higher education

Luise Fischer1,2, Rihab Ourghemmi3, Cyrine Tangour1,2, Nizar Abdelkafi1,2

1: Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy - IMW, Germany; 2: Department of Innovation Management and Innovation Economics, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany; 3: Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tunis (ENIT), University of Tunis-El Manar, Tunisia



Dynamic Innovation Chain and Capabilities Linkages in Agribusiness: Insights for Emerging Countries

Paulo Zawislak, Fernanda Reichert, Ariane Avila, Nathalia Pufal

UFRGS, Brazil



“Managing Open innovation in startups of a developing country”

Muhammad Usman1, Wim Vanhaverbeke2,3

1: Hasselt University, Diepenbeek, Belgium; 2: Neoma Business School, Reims, France; 3: ESADE Business School, Barcelona, Spain

20-PM2-08: ST10.4 - Transfer From Research to Industry and Society: The Role of the Fuzzy Front End in Scientific
Location: Room PC 21
Chair: Luise Fischer, Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy, Leipig
Chair: Anna Pohle, Fraunhofer IMW
 

Big Science, technology transfer and industry: evidence from a collection of case studies

Martina Dal Molin1, Deepa Scarrà2, Veronica Valsecchi1

1: Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Italy; 2: Scuola di Studi Superiori Sant'Anna, Italy



Knowledge transfer management in public research organisations: what drives the choice between different organisational models?

Federica Rossi1, Maryam Ghorbankhani2

1: Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom; 2: Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom



A living lap approach in regional innovation policy research: An empirical experiment in Finland

Liting Liang

The University of Vaasa, Finland



Demand for speed is driving innovation in the Brazilian footwear industry

Sérgio Roberto Knorr Velho1,2, Sanderson Cesar Macedo Barbalho1

1: University of Brasilia; 2: Brazilian Ministery of Science Technology, Innovation and Communications

20-PM2-09: ST 5.1 & 8.1 & 8.2 - Open Innovation
Location: Room PC 17
Chair: Pascal Corbel, Université Paris-Sud, Université Paris-Saclay
 

Attack and Defend: The roles of resource portfolios, open innovation, and network position on patent-based competition

Chih-Yi Su1, Bou-Wen Lin2

1: Shenzhen University, China, People's Republic of; 2: National Taiwan University



Patent Threat and Risk Management to Open Innovation—A Case Study of Blockchain

Huang-Chih Sung

National Chengchi University, Taiwan



A framework to define engagement strategies with SMEs: the case of an Open Innovation initiative in a large Aerospace & Defence player

Jonathan Langlois, Sihem Ben-Mahmoud Jouini, Romaric Servajean-Hilst, Harold Van den Bossche

Ecole Polytechnique, I3-CRG



The building of dynamic capabilities within a digital ecosystem: the case of the banking sector

Clarice Bertin1, Véronique Schaeffer2

1: ICN Business School, Université de Strasbourg, CNRS, BETA; 2: University of Strasbourg, CNRS, BETA

20-PM2-10: G8 - Innovation Performance and Policy
Location: Room PC 18
Chair: Svenja Sommer, HEC Paris
 

Effects of cognitive proximity and collaboration breadth on innovative performance

Muhammad Ismail, Alejandro Bello-Pintado, Teresa García-Marco

Universidad Publica de Navarra, Spain



How do firms adapt their external collaboration vehicles to changing internal organizational attributes? The moderating role of firm age

Farid Mammadaliyev1, Victor Gilsing1,2, Ine Paeleman1

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: Free University Amsterdam



What impacts Corporate Innovation Processes: System-Static Considerations on Interdependent Influence Factors

Kevin Reuther

University of the West of Scotland, United Kingdom

20-PM2-11: W2 - Co-creation for Innovation Management: Shaping a Research Agenda (part 2)
Location: Room PC 19
Chair: Deborah Lynn Roberts, The York Management School
 

Co-creation for Innovation Management: Shaping a Research Agenda

Chair(s): Deborah Roberts (University of York)

Presenter(s): Matthew O'Hern (University of New Hampshire), Frank Piller (RWTH Aachen), Simona Spedale (University of Nottingham)

 
4:15pm
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4:45pm
Refreshments
4:45pm
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6:15pm
Plenary 4 - Open Innovation + News, Opportunities and Future Events
Location: Amphi Poincaré
Chair: Thierry Rayna, École Polytechnique / CNRS
Chair: Sihem Ben Mahmoud-Jouini, HEC
Speakers: S. Fixson (Babson College), C. Tucci (EPFL), J. Klein (RADMA), E. Enkel (R&DMJ), L. Mortara (RADMA)
 

News, Opportunities and Future Events

Chair(s): Jeremy Klein (RADMA)

Presenter(s): Ellen Enkel (R&D Management Journal), Letizia Mortara (RADMA)



How Digital Design and a Collaborative Culture Are Re-shaping the Innovation Landscape - and How to Navigate in this New World

Sebastian Fixson

Babson College, United States of America



What Open Innovation and Lean Startup Can Learn from Each Other for Corporate Innovation

Christopher Tucci

EPFL, Switzerland

6:30pm
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11:00pm
Gala Dinner
Location: Grand Hall/Great Hall - Ecole Polytechnique

 
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