"Researching Open Innovation" PDW at Academy of Management Meeting: Slides & tweets

During the 2014 Academy of Management (AOM) Meeting, Marcel Bogers (University of Southern Denmark) and Ann-Kristin Zobel (UC Berkeley) organized a Professional Development Workshop (PDW) on "Researching Open Innovation: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches at Different Levels of Analysis." The PDW was very successful, with about 100 participants, and it received many very positive comments. During the PDW, a number of experts provided a "pitch" on their perspective on (future) research on open innovation and then acted as facilitators during a roundtable discussion. See here for the accepted proposal, and here for the slides used during the session. A forthcoming book chapter that was used to frame this PDW can be found on SSRN: Chesbrough & Bogers (2014) Explicating Open Innovation: Clarifying an Emerging Paradigm for Understanding Innovation.

Facilitators:

- Allan Afuah, University of Michigan
- Esteve Almirall, ESADE
- Sabine Brunswicker, Purdue University
- Linus Dahlander, ESMT
- John Ettlie, Rochester Institute of Technology
- Dries Faems, University of Groningen
- Lars Frederiksen, Aarhus University
- Annabelle Gawer, Imperial College
- Marc Gruber, EPFL
- Stefan Haefliger, Cass Business School
- John Hagedoorn, Maastricht University
- Dennis Hilgers, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
- Mats Magnusson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
- Ann Majchrzak, University of Southern California
- Kathrin Moeslein, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
- Ian McCarthy, Simon Fraser University
- Satish Nambisan, University of Wisconsin Miwaukee
- Frank Piller, RWTH Aachen University
- Cristina Rossi-Lamastra, Politecnico di Milano
- Anne ter Wal, Imperial College

Below is an overview of the tweets that were posted during the session at the @bogers account:

- Events interesting: 1st World OI Congress. Special Issue "Entrepreneurship & Open Innovaiton". New book of New Frontiers in OI #AOM2014
- Conclusion3: Consider bottom-up emergent approaches. Ann-Kristin Zobel #OpenInnovation #AOM2014
- Conclusion2: Mapping interrelationships across these research categories. Ann-Kristin Zobel #OpenInnovation #AOM2014
- Conclusion1: Break the general concept of #OpenInnovation into research categories Ann-Kristin Zobel #AOM2014
- Ann-Kristin Zobel wrapping up our #OpenInnovation PDW #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/7LmRY17Y1w
- How to adapt existing theory to understand crowdfunding and crowdsourcing? Cristina Rossi-Lamastra #OpenInnovaiton #AOM2014
- Danger to co-create with the users and the needs about who owns the IP @masscustom #OpenInnovation #AOM2014
- Big success bias in #OpenInnovation research. @linusdahlander #AOM2014
- How to control through norms? Understand the different mechanism of control ( IP, social…) @SabineBrunswick #OpenInnovation #AOM2014
- People are trying to sabotage ideas, trying to break the ideas. How to address? Also study the life and death of communities! #AOM2014
- What is the degree of openness? What is a good value of degree of openness? John Ettlie #OpenInnovation #AOM2014
- Need to understand how the individual change over time, study the dynamics, the fluidity instead of averaging it. Ann Majchrzak #AOM2014
- Agency problem in #OpenInnovation? Where does the agency stand? Individual, organization.. ? @anneterwal #AOM2014
- "Maybe unclarity about #OpenInnovation as phenomenon is hampering progress in research." #AOM2014
- What is an open innovation in an ecosystem? Need for development of new theories! @SabineBrunswick #AOM2014
- Research question #OpenInnovation is a remedy for Open Government, but for what? How to manage it? @PuMa_Hilgers @ealmirall #AOM2014
- A facilitator per table wrap-up and discuss about the great discussions in each theme #OpenInnovation #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/aglPjmN8aM
- Boundary conditions of #OpenInnovation. Industry / regional Innovaiton systems by John Hagedoorn @anneterwal #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/4aA9w5pBzX
- Organizing the PDW about #OpenInnovaiton with Ann-Kristin Zobel #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/gdcCewrU4X
- #OpenInnovation networks & communities. Extra-organizational. Mats Magnusson & @linusdahlander #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/5SV2KrqgaU
- Organizing for #OpenInnovation. Organizational level of analysis by John Ettlie and @moeslein #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/A8U9HAgdfP
- Profiting from #OpenInnovation Costs and business models. Organizational level of analysis. @DFaems #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/CdOVnX2S1p
- Social aspects of #OpenInnovation. Society level of analysis by @ealmirall @PuMa_Hilgers #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/Cpxm2CvoRa
- The roles of users / consumers in #OpenInnonation . Extra-organizational level of analysis. @masscustom #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/sa4yE0AFjH
- Crowdsourcing and crowdfunding. Inter-organizational. Allan Afuah & Cristina Rossi-Lamastra #OpenInnovation #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/XMKtK5EAlB
- #OpenInnovaiton in ecosystems. Inter-organizational level of analysis by @SabineBrunswick #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/xWoD3zDXw9
- #OpenInnovation and entrepreneurship. Organizational level of analysis by @entrep_tech #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/gjbUlkPliT
- The role of indiviudal in #OpenInnovaiton. Intra-organizational by Lars Frederiksen and Ann Majchrzak #AOM2014 pic.twitter.com/Oz3fMyQdDl
- Our PDW on Researching Open Innovation is on the way! #AOM2014 #fullhouse pic.twitter.com/lA5r8SHL8C
- PDW #OpenInnovation starts looking at different levels of analysis and interest discussed in different round tables #AOM2014 110
- We'll be live tweeting at @bogers from the #AOM2014 PDW on Researching #OpenInnovation, with thanks to Albert Armisen for doing the posting!