Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Friday, 21/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
21-AM-01: ST2.5 - Scaling Co-Creation Processes, Policy Instruments, and Innovation Outcomes: Are They Socially Robust and Effective When Transferred to Other Socio-Cultural Contexts?
Location: Amphi Painlevé (Polytechnique)
Chair: Brice Laurent
Chair: Sebastian Pfotenhauer
Chair: Christopher Tucci, EPFL
Chair: Gianluigi Viscusi, EPFL
 

The Rhythm of Co-creation in the New Service Development Process

Fengjie Pan1, Rohit Verma2

1: Cornell University, VinUni; 2: Cornell University



How a digital platform can trigger a European shared vision through co-creation? — A Proposed Model

Diletta Di Marco1, Roberto Verganti2, Elena Pellizzoni3, Marco Brambilla4

1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 3: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 4: Politecnico di Milano, Italy



The challenge of co-building mediating objects in innovative collaborative projects

Delphine Wannenmacher1, Frédéric Rousseau2, Alain Antoine1

1: Université de Lorraine, France; 2: Ecole spéciale des travaux publics de Paris, France



From the Co-creation of new knowledge to the creation of innovative Start-ups: the role of Living Lab’s configuration

Hend MEJRI, Samia KAROUI ZOUAOUI

Université de Tunis El Manar, Tunisia

21-AM-02: G6 - Patents, Intellectual Property, and Innovation
Location: Amphi Sauvy
Chair: Serena Flammini, University of Cambridge
 

Do Patents Affect Prices?

Gaétan Jean A de Rassenfosse, Ling Zhou

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland



Do cohorts matter for technology transfer? The role of IP coordinators' cohorts at technology transfer offices

Dolores Modic1, Jana Suklan2

1: NORD University Business School, Norway; 2: NIHR Newcastle, Newcastle University, UK



Understanding The Architectural Control of Complex Systems under Collaborative Standardization : An Analysis of The Flow and Network of Technologies in The Mobile Telecommunication Sector

Masanori Yasumoto1, Jing-Ming Shiu2, Shangke Wang1, Tohru Yoshioka3

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



Integrating Patent Management and R&D – An explorative analysis of the new product development process

Lilian Hardorp, Cihat Cengiz, Frank Tietze

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

21-AM-03: W5/ST11.1 - Managing the New Mobility Transition
Location: Amphi Becquerel
Chair: Rémi Maniak, Ecole Polytechnique
Chair: Christophe Midler, Ecole Polytechnique
Special Guest: G. Lescuyer, CEO of SAFT Speakers: M. Alochet (École Polytechnique / i3-CRG), S. Yoshida (Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology)
 

The Batterie Challenge: the Saft Experience

Ghislain Lescuyer

SAFT, France



EV Scale Up: from Product Modularity to Mobility Versatility

Marc Alochet, Christophe Midler

Ecole Polytechnique, France



A Study of Design Concept of Energy Supply System including Mobile Battery Pack - Description of Design Information of New System by Japanese Firm -

Satoshi Yoshida

Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology, Japan

21-AM-04: ST5.5 - the New Silk Road of Innovation: Knowledge Flow, R&D Networks, and Open Innovation
Location: Amphi Poisson
Chair: Alberto DI MININ, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna - Pisa
Chair: Jin CHEN, Tsinghua University
Chair: Tim MINSHALL, University of Cambridge
 

Impacts of Strategic Proximities on Knowledge Flow in Inter-Firm Networks: An Empirical Study in 3D Printing Industry

Guannan Xu1, Weijie Hu1, Yuan Zhou2

1: Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China, People's Republic of; 2: Tsinghua University, China, People's Republic of



Tie strength or structural configurations? The network effect of innovation diffusion of emerging technologies from network evolution perspective

Yuan Zhou, Meijuan Pan, Lupeng Zhang

Tsinghua University, China, People's Republic of China



Knowledge Spillovers and Innovation in Colombian Manufacturing Firms

Luiz Caldas, Fabio de Oliveira Paula, Jorge Ferreira da Silva

School of Business, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro,Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Brazil



The role of innovation intermediaries in the development of innovation ecosystems

Débora Monteiro Moretti, Flavia Chaves Alves, José Vitor Bomtempo Martins

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

21-AM-05: ST9.3 - Organizational Innovation Development
Location: Amphi Curie
Chair: Igor Dukeov, Lappeenranta University of Technology
Chair: Jukka-Pekka Bergman, Lappeenranta University of Technology
 

Corporate entrepreneurs as a mean to enable strategic renewal and organisational transformation

Veronika Sagmeister

Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen, Germany



An analysis of the influence of organizational innovation on firms’ product innovativeness

Marek Vaculik1, Wim Vanhaverbeke2, Annika Lorenz3

1: Hasselt University; 2: NEOMA Business School, ESADE Business School; 3: Utrecht University, Netherlands, The



Stepping beyond organizational-innovation: a critical look into the non-technological innovation literature

Cristian Constantin

KU Leuven, Belgium



Employee rewards structures and new venture innovation

Sarah Park, Michael Koch

Kent Business School, University of Kent, United Kingdom

21-AM-06: ST7.3 - Industrial Modernisation in European Industry - Diffusion, Adoption, and Effects of Advanced Production Technologies
Location: Room PC 17
Chair: Giacomo Copani, STIIMA-CNR
Chair: Bernhard Dachs, Austrian Institute of Technology
Chair: Lawrence Dooley, University College Cork
Chair: Henning Kroll, Fraunhofer ISI, Germany
Chair: Christian Lerch, Fraunhofer
Chair: Oliver Som, Management Center Innsbruck, Austria
 

Additive Manufacturing Technology in European Manufacturing Industry – Empirical Insights on Diffusion and Determinants of Use

Oliver Som1, Bernhard Dachs2, Christian Lerch3, Henning Kroll3, Jan Kraner4

1: Management Center Innsbruck, Austria, Austria MCI; 2: Austrian Institute of Technology AIT; 3: Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI; 4: University of Applied Science Luzern



Analysis of barriers limiting advanced manufacturing innovation in the European Regional ecosystem

Golboo Pourabdollahian, Giacomo Copani

CNR-STIIMA, Italy

21-AM-07: ST3.3 - Frugal Innovation in the Age of Digital Transformation
Location: Amphi Lagarrigue
Chair: Gerrit de Waal, RMIT University
Chair: Cornelius Herstatt, Hamburg University of Technology
Chair: christian Le BAs, ESDES
Chair: Fumikazu Morimura, Kobe University
Chair: Rajnish Tiwari, Hamburg University of Technology
Chair: Aravind Chinchure, Symbiosis International University
 

Frugal Supply Chains? Systematic Literature Review and Empirical Investigation of Best Practices at the Bottom of the Pyramid

Stephanie Knizkov, Julia Bendul

RWTH Aachen University, Germany



Frugal innovations for reducing attitude-behaviour gap: An investigating into the diffusion of home energy management systems in Japan

Fumikazu Morimura1, Rajnish Tiwari2, Cornelius Herstatt2

1: Kobe University, Japan; 2: Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



Affordable Green Excellence through Digital Transformation: Evidence of Frugal Innovations in the Wind Energy Sector

Rajnish Tiwari, Cornelius Herstatt

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



Frugal Digital Innovation: An Ecosystem View

Suchit Ahuja1, Yolande E. Chan2, Stephanie B.M. Cadeddu3

1: Concordia University, Canada; 2: Queen's University, Canada; 3: Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

21-AM-08: ST11.3 - Organizing the Energy and Ecological Transition: Managerial Challenges for Scholars and Practitioners
Location: Room PC 20
Chair: Julie Mayer, PSL, Université Paris-Dauphine
Chair: Mathias Guérineau, University of Nantes
 

Determinants of Eco-Innovation: Environment performance outcome in Chinese firms

Sumit Roy1, Fabrizio Cesaroni2, Giuseppe Ioppolo3, Lei Shi4

1: University of Messina, Tsinghua University; 2: University of Messina; 3: University of Messina; 4: Tsinghua University



The diffusion of solar photovoltaic system in Bangalore: The concomitant actions of a company and its early adopters in bringing its rural developed solution into an urban context

Akil Amiraly, Haruki Sawamura

i3-CRG, CNRS, Ecole polytechnique, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, France



Fighting the (right) windmills? An extend view on business model innovation impediments for the energy transition

Charlotte-Katharina Lekkas, Jonas Boehm, Barbara Bencsik

University of St.Gallen, Switzerland



Building futures in contested industries: Studying the contribution of electronuclear scenarios in shaping nuclear-related political decisions

Stéphanie Tillement1,2, Nicolas Thiolliere1,3

1: IMT Atlantique, France; 2: LEMNA; 3: CNRS IN2P3, Subatech

21-AM-09: ST11.5 - Sustainable Development and Transitions. Strategies, Technological Development, and Policies.
Location: Amphi Grégory
Chair: Hervé Dumez, i3-CRG, Ecole Polytechnique
Chair: Sandra Renou, i3-CRG, Ecole Polytechnique
 

The valuation of sustainable innovations

Thomas Reverdy1,2

1: Grenoble-INP, France; 2: PACTE (CNRS)



Managing stakeholders in urban innovation implementation: An explorative analysis of drivers and barriers

Julia Kroh

Kiel University, Germany



Crowdfunding a Sustainable Future? A Systematic Review on Crowdfunding and Sustainability

Peter Wehnert

University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

21-AM-10: ST4.1 - the Design of New Industrial Ecosystems
Location: Room PC 18
Chair: Pascal Le Masson, MINES ParisTech - PSL
Chair: Gordon MULLER-SEITZ, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
Chair: Susanne Ollila, Chalmers University of Technology
 

The Influence of Technological Disruptions in Business Ecosystems on Elements of Companies’ Business Models

Michael Rachinger, Ines Korajman, Stefan Vorbach, Thomas Guggenberger

Graz University of Technology, Austria



Dynamic capabilities in innovation ecosystems: a comparative case study

Jaan Kets

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands, The



The Ambidexterity in Outbound Open Innovation Processes of Apache Hadoop Distributors

André Gomes de Sozua

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



The Dynamics of Innovations of Complex Product Systems: Evidence from the Analysis of The Patent Data of Emerging Mobility

Yujie Jiang1, Shangke Wang2, Masanori Yasumoto2

1: Chongqing University, China, People's Republic of; 2: Yokohama National University, Japan

21-AM-11: Drahi X-Novation Center Visit
Location: Drahi X-Novation Center Lecture Room
 
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 5: Design, a Driver for Innovation
Location: Amphi Poincaré
Chair: Sihem Ben Mahmoud-Jouini, HEC
Speakers: S. Picaud, D. Boulet (Thales), F. Lenfant (GE Healthcare), D. Perrot (Groupe Accor), E. Delcourt (Décathlon)
 

Design, a Driver for Innovation

Chair(s): Philippe Picaud (Designer)

Presenter(s): Didier Boulet (Thales), François Lenfant (GE Healthcare), Damien Perrot (Groupe Accor), Emerson Delcourt (Décathlon)

12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch
Location: Grand Hall/Great Hall - Ecole Polytechnique
1:00pm
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2:30pm
21-PM1-01: ST5.3 - Company Innovation Management in Emerging Countries: Multiple Challenges for Corporate Governance
Location: Amphi Painlevé (Polytechnique)
Chair: Dirk MEISSNER, Higher School of Economics, National Research University, Moscow
 

The long march of environmental new technologies in China

Joel Ruet, Edouard lanckriet

CNRS, France

21-PM1-02: ST8.4 - Open Innovation in SMEs
Location: Amphi Sauvy
Chair: Diane Poulin, Université Laval
Chair: Carène Tchuinou Tchouwo, Université Laval
 

Exploring SMEs’ open innovation practices diversity in different countries.

Elodie Pillon1,2, Thomas Loilier2

1: LINEACT; 2: NIMEC



Open innovation practices flexibility in a Thai food manufacturing SME

Xavier Francis Etienne Pierre PARISOT1, Throngvid Hongsaprabhas1, Thierry ISCKIA2, Dongcheol HEO1

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



Servitization maturity - a novel contextual element of successful collaborative R&D innovation projects

Oksana POLOVA

University Cote d'Azur

21-PM1-03: ST11.1 - Managing the New Mobility Transition
Location: Amphi Becquerel
Chair: Rémi Maniak, Ecole Polytechnique
 

Modelling electric vehicle market diffusion: A system dynamics model based on the Norwegian case and Recommendations for other Countries

Eya Meddeb, David Ziegler, Nizar Abdelkafi, Cyrine Tangour

Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy, Business Models: Engineering and Innovation, Neumarkt 9-19, 04109 Leipzig, Germany



The structuration of an innovation-driven industry: the effects of coopetive strategies on the value networks creation

Gulsemin Altundas

CEREFIGE (Research center), University of Lorraine, France



Robust disruption: Competition and collaboration dynamics in the launch of electric vehicles in the automotive industry

Jan Lepoutre

ESSEC Business School, France



From product to service offering: the OEM’s transition to mobility services

Theodore de Campigneulles

CRG, France

21-PM1-04: ST9.1 - Marketing and Innovation
Location: Amphi Grégory
Chair: Aurelie HEMONNET, Aix Marseille University
Chair: Emmanuelle Le Nagard, ESSEC Business School
 

Helping students to succeed with technology, a Mobile Coaching App across Cultures: a comparison between France and Mexico.

Niousha shahidi1, Silvia Cacho-Elizondo2, Vesselina Tossan3

1: EDC PARIS BUSINESS SCHOOL, France; 2: IPADE Business School, Mexico; 3: Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, EDC PARIS BUSINESS SCHOOL, France



“Don’t touch my meter!” When municipalities resist smart meters: linking argumentative strategies and levels of resistance

Cecile Chamaret1, Veronique Steyer1, Julie Mayer2

1: i3-crg, Ecole polytechnique, IP Paris, France; 2: Université Paris-Dauphine, PSL Research University, CNRS, UMR 7088, DRM, Management & Organisation, 75016 PARIS, FRANCE



Marketing of Co-Created Products: The information communicator matters

Lina Fogt Jacobsen1, Ana Alina Tudoran1, Marian Garcia2

1: Aarhus University - MAPP Centre, DK; 2: University of Kent - Kent Business School, UK



Who are the adopters of eco-friendly innovations? – A configurational analysis of consumers’ intention to purchase vegan meat substitutes

Laura Schilmeier, Fabian Reck

University of Bamberg, Germany

21-PM1-05: ST9.3 - Organizational Innovation Development
Location: Room 2.2.35 (ENSTA)
Chair: Igor Dukeov, Lappeenranta University of Technology
Chair: Jukka-Pekka Bergman, Lappeenranta University of Technology
 

The role of tactics in R&D: Insights from an autonomous car project

Gouthanan Pushpananthan1, Ludvig Lindlöf1, Marcus Rothoff2

1: Chalmers University of Technology; 2: Volvo Car Corporation



Are Best-Practices still best when workers have Knowledge-intensive good gigs?

Martin McGuigan, Denise Currie

Queens Belfast, United Kingdom



The revolving credit of legitimacy effect: achieving strategic renewal in highly exploitative firms

Cylien Gibert1, Véronique Steyer2, Sébastien Picard3

1: Toulouse School of Management, France; 2: i3-CRG, Ecole Polytechnique; 3: EM Normandie

21-PM1-06: ST5.4 - Global Innovations From and to Emerging Countries
Location: Amphi Curie
Chair: Max von Zedtwitz, Kaunas University of Technology
Chair: Marine Hadengue, SKEMA Business School & École Polytechnique (CRG)
Chair: Monika Petraite, Kaunas university of technology
Chair: Dan Prud’homme, Pôle universitaire Léonard de Vinci
Chair: Tiago Ratinho, GLORAD
 

The Role of Firms and Individuals in South Korean and Chinese Catch-up Processes: A Systematic Literature Review

Helen Mengis

University of Hohenheim, Germany



Global Innovation, Outbound International Patenting and Emerging Countries

Kelvin Wayne Willoughby

Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russian Federation



Emerging Telematics Community in China (TCC): the Origins and Formation of Alibaba’s Ecosystem in Automotive R&D in China

PIN ZHOU, Dimitris Assimakopoulos

emLyon Business School

21-PM1-07: ST3.3 - Frugal Innovation in the Age of Digital Transformation
Location: Room 2.2.36 (ENSTA)
Chair: Gerrit de Waal, RMIT University
Chair: Cornelius Herstatt, Hamburg University of Technology
Chair: christian Le BAs, ESDES
Chair: Fumikazu Morimura, Kobe University
Chair: Rajnish Tiwari, Hamburg University of Technology
 

Is the future smart or simple – or maybe both? Taking a glimpse at the future of Frugal Innovation based on Scenario Technique

Liza Wohlfart, Benjamin Schneider

Fraunhofer IAO, Germany



UNDERSTANDING MANAGERS PERSPECTIVES IN THE FACE OF GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC SHIFTS – TOWARDS AN INSTRUMENT TO MEASURE THE RECOGNITION OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR FRUGAL INNOVATION

Malte Krohn, Finn Petersen, Cornelius Herstatt

Hamburg University of Technology, Germany



Towards Affordable and Sustainable Products: The Application of TRIZ in New Product Development

Behrooz Khademi1, Daria Podmetina2, Sajad Ashouri1, Leonid Yakovis3

1: RMIT University, Australia; 2: Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland; 3: Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

21-PM1-08: ST11.3 - Organizing the Energy and Ecological Transition: Managerial Challenges for Scholars and Practitioners
Location: Amphi Lagarrigue
Chair: Julie Mayer, PSL, Université Paris-Dauphine
Chair: Mathias Guérineau, University of Nantes
 

Agenda 2030: Board of Directors and Firm Sustainability Performance

Valeria Naciti, Fabrizio Cesaroni, Luisa Pulejo

University of Messina, Italy



How latecomers catch up in the energy and ecological transitions: the case of Chinese electric vehicle industry

Shuyan Zhao1, Jie Xiong2, Jie Yan3, Haohuan Fu4,5

1: University of Bath; 2: Rennes School of Business; 3: Grenoble Ecole de Management; 4: Tsinghua University; 5: National Supercomputing Center in Wuxi



Transitioning from fossil fuels to cities. The case of Engie Business to Territories strategy

Jean Danielou

PSL, France



Turning hydrogen into a market: A study of hydrogen ecosystem strategies in France

Guérineau Mathias1, Mayer Julie2

1: University of Nantes, i3/CRG IPF, France; 2: University of Paris Dauphine, France

21-PM1-09: ST11.5 - Sustainable Development and Transitions. Strategies, Technological Development, and Policies.
Location: Amphi Poisson
Chair: Hervé Dumez, i3-CRG, Ecole Polytechnique
Chair: Sandra Renou, i3-CRG, Ecole Polytechnique
 

Energy transition management: Collective action and blind pilotage

Sandra Renou, Hervé Dumez

i3-CRG, Ecole Polytechnique, CNRS UMR 9217, France



Smart City District as a Living Lab Platform in Sustainability Transition: Nutrient Recycling in Hiedanranta, Finland

Anil Engez, Leena Aarikka-Stenroos, Marika Kokko, Ari Jokinen, Pekka Jokinen

Tampere University, Finland



The interdisciplinary of renewable energy research : Bibliometric analysis

Yeonsoo Park1,2, Yoo hyung Won1, Jooyoung Park2

1: Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Graduate School of Energy and Environment (KU-KIST Green School), Korea University

2:30pm
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2:45pm
Break
2:45pm
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4:15pm
21-PM2-01: ST5.3 - Company Innovation Management in Emerging Countries: Multiple Challenges for Corporate Governance
Location: Amphi Painlevé (Polytechnique)
Chair: Dirk MEISSNER, Higher School of Economics, National Research University, Moscow
 

INNOVATION CAPABILITIES IN AGRIBUSINESS: EVIDENCES FROM AN EMERGING COUNTRY

Ricardo Machado Leo, Guilherme Freitas Camboim, Fernanda Maciel Reichert, Ariane Mello Silva Avila, Paulo Antônio Zawislak

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil



R&D project governance with multiple and diverse partners: case study in the electricity sector

Artur Tavares Vilas Boas Ribeiro1, Lorenna Fernandes Leal1, Guilherme Soares Gurgel do Amaral2, Ricardo Kahn2, Bruno Guilherme Pacci Evaristo3, Victor Romão3, Ricardo Altmann3, Marcos R Avó3, Mario Sergio Salerno1, Guilherme Ary Plonski1, Eduardo Zancul1

1: University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; 2: ISA CTEEP; 3: Lunica



SECTORAL PATTERNS OF INNOVATION CAPABILITIES

Paulo Antonio Zawislak1, Janaina Ruffoni2, Jorge Tello-Gamarra3, Fernanda Reichert1

1: Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil; 2: Unisinos University (UNISINOS), Brazil; 3: Federal University of Rio Grande (FURG), Brazil



Management Capabilities as Enablers for Firm Innovation: Lessons from an Emerging Economy

André Cherubini Alves1, Nathalia Pufal2, Paulo Antônio Zawislak3

1: São Paulo School of Business Administration at Fundação Getúlio Vargas, Brazil; 2: Post-Graduate Program in Administration, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil; 3: Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

21-PM2-02: ST8.4 - Open Innovation in SMEs
Location: Amphi Sauvy
Chair: Marie-Anne Le Dain, Grenoble INP Industrial Engineering and Management – G-SCOP Lab
Chair: Carène Tchuinou Tchouwo, Université Laval
 

What do we know specifically about open innovation in SMEs? A descriptive review

Carène Tchuinou Tchouwo, Diane Poulin

Université Laval, Canada



Dancing with Wolves: How R&D Human Capital Can Benefit from Coopetition

Vesna Savic1, Carmen Cabello-Medina1, Shanthi Gopalakrishnan2, Haisu Zhang2, Melodi Guilbault2

1: University Pablo de Olavide, Spain; 2: New Jersey Institute of Technology



Effectiveness of Open Innovation: Evidence from an Information and Communications Engineering Company in Japan

Kumiko Miyazaki, Yoshitaka Nakamura

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan



The Timing and Type of Alliance Partnerships in the New Product Development Process

Hadi Eslami1, Ashish Pujari2, Ruhai Wu2

1: University of New Brunswick, Canada; 2: McMaster University

21-PM2-03: G5 - Innovation Ecosystems
Location: Amphi Becquerel
Chair: Thierry Rayna, École Polytechnique / CNRS
 

TRIPLE HELIX RELATIONS AND PATENT DEPOSITION IN INNOVATION PROJECTS IN A LARGE BRAZILIAN UNIVERSITY

Sanderson César Macêdo Barbalho, Rennê Martins, André Basseto Okamura

University of Brasília, Brazil



Does science park presence generate breakthrough inventions? The case of US Science Park-based firms

Maarten Rabijns

KU Leuven, Belgium



Understanding Bio Health Technologies Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: An Intellectual Capital Approach

Ângela Gonçalves1, Dina Pereira1, João Leitão1, Maria del Mar Fuentes2

1: University of Beira Interior, Portugal; 2: University of Granada, Spain



Organizational Learning and Learning Alliances: A Theoretical Integration

Danica Bauer, Sascha Albers

UAntwerpen, Belgium

21-PM2-04: ST9.1 - Marketing and Innovation
Location: Amphi Grégory
Chair: Aurelie HEMONNET, Aix Marseille University
Chair: Emmanuelle Le Nagard, ESSEC Business School
 

An Investigation of Use Cases for Customer-Integrated Product Validation

Albert Albers, Jonas Reinemann, Tobias Hirschter, Joshua Fahl, Sebastian Hünemeyer

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Modeling market to commercialize radical innovation: What can we learn from a forgotten historical figure, the traveling salesman before marketing?

Thomas Maxime, Le Masson Pascal, Weil Benoit

Mines de Paris, France



Fragmentation of online consumer information search (OCIS) generated by digital innovation: for good or ill? The customer’s perspective.

Isabelle Dabadie1, Virginie Pez1, Nathalie Guibert1, Yolande Piris2

1: Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas - LARGEPA, France; 2: Université de Bretagne Sud - LEGO, Vannes, France



Does an enhanced technical quality of image lead to a better perceived viewer experience? The case of UHD TV screen

Amélie Lachat1, Emmanuelle Le Nagard2, Nathalie Fleck3

1: Neuron Partners, France; 2: ESSEC Business School, France; 3: Le Mans Université, France

21-PM2-05: ST10.1 - The Future of R&D and Innovation
Location: Room 2.2.35 (ENSTA)
Chair: Sven Schimpf, Fraunhofer Group for Innovation Research
Chair: Andrew James, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research
 

Process Innovation in the pharmaceutical industry

Ivan LUGOVOI1, Dimitrios ANDRITSOS1, Claire SENOT2

1: HEC Paris, France; 2: Tulane University. Freeman School of Business



Will the R in R&D at large technology corporations disappear?

Johan Granholm

Lund University, Sweden



Agile Development of Mechatronic Systems: Utopia or Reality - an Evaluation from Industrial Practice

Valentin Zimmermann1, Jonas Heimicke1, Thomas Alink2, Yasmin Dufner2, Albert Albers1

1: Institute of Product Engineering (IPEK), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT); 2: Hekatron Vertriebs GmbH (HVG)

21-PM2-06: ST5.4 - Global Innovations From and to Emerging Countries
Location: Amphi Curie
Chair: Max von Zedtwitz, Kaunas University of Technology
Chair: Marine Hadengue, SKEMA Business School & École Polytechnique (CRG)
Chair: Monika Petraite, Kaunas university of technology
Chair: Dan Prud’homme, Pôle universitaire Léonard de Vinci
Chair: Tiago Ratinho, GLORAD
 

Digging into Reverse Innovation Dynamics: Rationales and Adaptations from Emerging to Advanced Market

Marine Hadengue1, Sihem Ben Mahmoud-Jouini2, Florence Charue-Duboc3

1: SKEMA Business School, France; 2: HEC Paris, France; 3: École Polytechnique, France



Organizational Ambidexterity across Geographical Markets: The case of Essilor in Emerging Markets

Marine Hadengue1, Florence Charue-Duboc2

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



Internationalization of R&D in SMEs: Toward New Theory

Max von Zedtwitz1,3, Can A. Ozermoglu2,3

1: Southern Denmark University (Denmark); 2: Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania); 3: GLORAD - Center for Global R&D and Innovation



Birds of a Feather Flock Together: Lower Corruption Distance Promotes Cross-Border R&D Investments

Max von Zedtwitz1,3,4, Severin F. Bischof2,4

1: Southern Denmark University, Denmark; 2: Columbia School of Business (New York); 3: Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania); 4: GLORAD - Center for Global R&D and Innovation

21-PM2-07: G7 - Agility, Ambidexterity and Innovation
Location: Room 2.3.12 (ENSTA)
Chair: Rémi Maniak, Ecole Polytechnique
 

ASD – Agile Systems Design in Modular Design: Operationalization of agile Principles for cross-platform Agile Boards

Jonas Heimicke1, Kevin Kaiser1, Albert Albers1, Christian Frei2, Sabine Muschik2, Clemens Birk2, Nikola Bursac2

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH + Co. KG



Emerging Strategy Recognition in Agile Portfolios

Carsten Kaufmann1, Alexander Kock1, Hans Georg Gemünden2

1: Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany; 2: BI Norwegian Business School, Norway



Managing the Dynamics of Ambidexterity: A longitudinal case study of the European Envelope-Industry

Elena Krause1, Kathrin Möslein2, Angela Roth2, Christian Schaller3

1: Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Stuttgart; 2: Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany; 3: Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Stuttgart



Novel approach for identification of performance metrics in product development

Aksel Elkjaer, Geir Ringen

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

21-PM2-08: ST11.3 - Organizing the Energy and Ecological Transition: Managerial Challenges for Scholars and Practitioners
Location: Amphi Lagarrigue
Chair: Julie Mayer, PSL, Université Paris-Dauphine
Chair: Mathias Guérineau, University of Nantes
 

Shaping Today the Enlightened Citizens of Tomorrow

Latifa Berkous1, Mattias Mano2

1: Ecole polytechnique, France; 2: Ecole polytechnique Executive Education, France



The Energy Saving Certificates Scheme: how an innovative energy saving instrument resulted in a managerial gridlock?

Adam BAÏZ, Michel NAKHLA

Mines ParisTech, France

21-PM2-09: ST11.5 - Sustainable Development and Transitions. Strategies, Technological Development, and Policies.
Location: Amphi Poisson
Chair: Hervé Dumez, i3-CRG, Ecole Polytechnique
Chair: Sandra Renou, i3-CRG, Ecole Polytechnique
 

Projects, Agency and the Multi-Level Perspective : insights from numerical weather prediction

Sylvain Lenfle

Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, France



About models, uncertainty, climate change and negotiating

Alain Jeunemaitre

I3/CRG, France



How to conduct a sustainability transition at the company level? The role of impact valuation tools and managements instruments

Franck AGGERI1, Nabila IKEN1, Stéphane MOREL2

1: MINES ParisTech, France; 2: Renault SA, France



Smart Technology for Sustainability: Understanding Consumer Response to Smart Green Interactive Devices

Inès Kolli, Gilles N'Goala

University of Montpellier, France

21-PM2-10: W4 - Creating the Conditions for Impact from Science Based Ventures
Location: Room 2.2.36 (ENSTA)
Chair: Sarah Lubik, Simon Fraser University
Chair: Elicia Maine, Simon Fraser University
Chair: Andrew Park, Simon Fraser University
   
4:15pm
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4:45pm
Refreshments
4:45pm
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6:15pm
21-PM3-01: ST8.6 - Inclusive Innovation
Location: Amphi Painlevé (Polytechnique)
Chair: Estelle PEYRARD, CRG
Chair: Cecile Chamaret, Ecole Polytechnique
Chair: Thierry Rayna, École Polytechnique / CNRS
Chair: Theo PAPAIOANNOU
 

Inclusive innovation challenges

Estelle Peyrard, Cécile Chamaret, Rayna Thierry

Ecole Polytechnique, France



New approaches to innovation support targeting inventors and idea owners

Dzamila Bienkowska, Charlotte Norrman

Department of Management and Engineering, Linkoping University, Sweden

21-PM3-02: ST8.4 - Open Innovation in SMEs
Location: Amphi Sauvy
Chair: Romaric Servajean-Hilst, Ecole polytechnique
 

Contributions of Research and Technology Organizations (RTOs) for the adoption of Open Innovation Strategies (OIEs) in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs).

Silvio Bitencourt da Silva1, Alexandre Zigunovas Junior2, Daniel Pedro Puffal3, Luciana Maines da Silva4

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



Unlocking the Black-Box of Open Innovation Capabilities in SMEs

Ilma Pranciulyte-Bagdziuniene1, Iryna Maliatsina2, Monika Petraite1, Daria Podmetina2

1: Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania; 2: Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland



Open Innovation Adoption Patterns and Strategies: an Empirical Analysis

Daria Podmetina1, Cristina Marullo2, Ekaterina Albats1, Iryna Maliatsina1

1: Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland; 2: Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna

21-PM3-03: G3 - Intrapreneurship and Entrepreneurship
Location: Amphi Becquerel
Chair: Rémi Maniak, Ecole Polytechnique
 

How Useful is Accelerator to Entreprenurs and Embrace Innovation

Vincent T.K. KUO1, Sirirat Sae LIM2, Tom T.C Song3

1: Nottingham University Business School China; 2: Institute of management of technology NCTU; 3: Institute of management of technology NCTU;



Open Innovation Profiles

Valentine Doriane Georget

Ecole polytechnique, France



Uncovering Practice Dynamics of Corporate Accelerators and Their Role in Open Innovation

Moyra Marval

ESCP Europe, France



Unpacking the entrepreneurial perception of uncertainties in the nascent ecosystem: the role of heuristics

Frederico César de Vasconcelos Gomes, Leonardo Augusto Gomes, Mario Sergio Salerno

Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

21-PM3-04: ST11.5 - Sustainable Development and transitions. Strategies, technological development, and policies.
Location: Amphi Poisson
Chair: Enrico Benetto, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
Chair: Hervé Dumez, i3-CRG, Ecole Polytechnique
Chair: Sandra Renou, i3-CRG, Ecole Polytechnique
 

Value oriented and integrated development of smart services with systems engineering - a practical methodology

Jonathan Masior, Jens Neuhüttler, Dieter Spath

Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO



Decentralized energy management of Micro Grids: When optimization meets Machine Learning

Mohamed Saâd EL HARRAB, Michel NAKHLA

Centre de Gestion Scientifique (CGS), UMR CNRS i3 9217, Mines ParisTech, PSL Research University



Global health social Innovation as a driver of sustainable development

Matthew Richard Doherty1, Dimitris ASSIMAKOPOULOS2

1: World Health Organization, Switzerland; 2: EM Lyon, France



Identifying innovation niches using agreed visions of sustainable development

Raul Carlsson

RISE, Sweden

21-PM3-05: ST10.1 - The Future of R&D and Innovation
Location: Amphi Curie
Chair: Sven Schimpf, Fraunhofer Group for Innovation Research
Chair: Veronique STEYER, Ecole Polytechnique
 

Innovation as Manifesting Imagination: Exploring the Role of Imaginations and Imaginators at the Front-End of Innovation

Julien Bucher, Stefan Hüsig

Chair for Innovation Research and Technology Management, TU Chemnitz, Germany



Absorptive Capacity on Multilateral R&D Partnerships: Antecedents and effects for firm’s innovativeness

Maria Pateraki, Yiannis Spanos

Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece



« Out of the dusty labs ». Really ? Bell Labs, the transistor and the myth of isolated research (1925-1960)

Sylvain Lenfle

Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, France

21-PM3-06: ST9.2 - Behavioural Innovation: From Psychological Theories to Innovation Practice
Location: Amphi Grégory
Chair: Letizia Mortara, University of Cambridge
 

Innovation Management Research and Intuition: Mapping the field

Carlos Vazquez Hernandez, Massimo Garbuio, Betina Szkudlarek

University of Sydney Business School, Australia



Using Experience Sampling Method to Measure the Impact of Collective Leadership in Open Innovation

Aurelia Engelsberger

RMIT University, Australia



Visualizing Cognitive Diversity in Innovation Teams: A Network-based Representation Technique

Federico Paolo Zasa, Roberto Verganti

Politecnico di Milano, Italy

21-PM3-07: G7-Agility, Ambidexterity and Innovation
Location: Room 2.3.12 (ENSTA)
Chair: Marine Hadengue, SKEMA
 

Determining degrees of complexity of different development situations within business processes in engineering sector

Jonas Heimicke, Gabriel Freire, Jan Breitschuh, Albert Albers

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany



Antecedents and Consequences of Agile R&D Units’ Organization – A Conceptual Framework

Andre Klaus Meier, Alexander Kock

TU Darmstadt, Germany



Agile Practices in Open Innovation

Mehmet Kerem Kızıltunç1, Mehmet Gençer2

1: İstanbul Bilgi University, Turkey; 2: İzmir Economy University, Turkey



Establishing innovation: Relevant process steps for the automotive predevelopment process

Miriam Wilmsen1, Laura Groschopf2, Albert Albers1

1: KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule, Jena, Germany

21-PM3-08: ST11.3 - Organizing the Energy and Ecological Transition: Managerial Challenges for Scholars and Practitioners
Location: Amphi Lagarrigue
Chair: Julie Mayer, PSL, Université Paris-Dauphine
Chair: Mathias Guérineau, University of Nantes
 

The legitimation of hydrogen through the construction of future

Michaël Fernandez1,2, Thomas Reverdy1,3

1: PACTE - Social Sciences Research Centre, France; 2: Ademe; 3: Grenoble - INP, France



How does a centralized industrial operator such as RTE integrate the different levels of actions necessary to tackle energy transition? The example of self-consumption in France.

Sandrine BORTOLOTTI, Jean-Yves BOURMAUD, Gersende CHAFFARDON

RTE, France



Is the dominant discourse of risk in finance an obstacle to integrate climate risks ?

Vincent Bouchet

i3 - CRG, École polytechnique



Which levers for the development of the new hydrogen sector: the industrial hydrogen coupling framework

Guérineau Mathias1, Ruet Joël2, Xieshu Wang3

1: University of Nantes, i3/CRG IPF, France; 2: University of Paris 13, i3/CRG IPF, France; 3: The bridge tank

 
6:15pm
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9:00pm
Closing Cocktail
Location: Salon d'honneur/Hall of honour

 
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