TitleIT-driven open innovation research
Publication Type08. Conference Presentations, Tracks and Workshops
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsFritzsche, A., & Srinivasan R.
Conference/Workshop TitleInternational Symposium on Open Collaboration (OpenSym)
Volume12
PublisherThe Association for Computing Machinery
Conference LocationBerlin
Abstract

Open innovation expands the scope of research and development activities for new products and services beyond the boundaries of single company structures. It considers all participants as proactive and self-organized contributors. Information technology plays a huge role in open innovation. Nevertheless, scientific insight into its effect is still rather limited. This opens up a wide field of research in computer science, information systems and adjacent disciplines, including topics such as:

  • Architecture and design of open innovation systems
  • The role of IT-artifacts in open and collaborative innovation activities
  • Implementation of open innovation platforms in corporate IT landscapes
  • Value generation through IT in open innovation
  • Technical drivers and restrainers for open innovation
  • Open innovation and mobile devices
  • Open innovation & network infrastructure, bandwidths and protocols
  • Theoretical frameworks of open innovation as an information processing activity
  • Open innovation and problem solving
  • Multimedia communication and collaboration
  • User interfaces and visualization in open innovation
  • Open innovation and big data
  • IT security, intellectual property and personal anonymity in open innovation
  • Open innovation and software development
  • Open innovation and cyber-physical systems
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