Remote Conference. Live from RWTH Aachen. June 21-22, 2021.
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Welcome to the 18th Open and User Innovation (OUI) Conference, the leading academic meeting on user, open, collaborative, and free innovation. Organized by the Open & User Innovation Society since 2002, the OUI gathers researchers from around the world to exchange research on open innovation, user innovation, open source/open hardware, citizen/free innovation, open innovation policies, and much more.
The Institute for Technology & Innovation Management is proud to host #OUI2021 as a double feature due to the corona pandemic (hence, OUI 2020+1). We are looking forward to interacting with you! Your #OUI2021 hosts, Kathleen Diener, Frank Piller, and Patrick Pollok.
- Discussion of the plenary talk: Supporting user innovation within systems of use (Eric v Hippel)
- Free Innovation and Diffusion in Social Movements: A Study of Veganism (Lars Bo Jeppesen)
- Chat More and Contribute Better: An Empirical Study of a Knowledge-sharing Community (Xiaomeng Chen)
- I didn’t win! An overlooked downside of crowdsourcing? (Tatiana Karpukhina)
- Essential characteristics of lead users at the different stages of the new product development process (Béla Venesz)*
- Influence of Customisation Time on Customer-perceived Value and MC Strategy (Ravi K Sikhwal)
- Managing digital transformation (Lukas Moschko)
- Unexpected Interruptions, Idle Time, and Creativity: Evidence from a Natural Experiment (Tim Schweisfurth)
- Taking Social Media seriously: Effects on process innovation performance (Nina Geilinger)*
- Introduction to Open Social Innovation Track (Pedro Oliveira & Wouter Boon)
- How insider activists promote open social innovation by drawing on a collective action frame (Vera Blazevic)
- When Crowds Judge Science: Citizens’ Evaluations of Project Social Impact (Henry Sauermann)
- The Right Way to Openness: How Public Information Can Increase Citizen Trust (Lisa Schmidthuber)
- Measuring household sector innovation in online communities (Jakob Pohlisch)
- The Road To Individual Ambidexterity (Alexander Paul)
- The Breadth of Open Innovation Activities (Nicole EL Maalouf)
- The impact of Social media use on NPD Performance (Marie-Isabelle Muninger)
- Exploring the role of empathy in corporate-startup collaborations (Ben Monsorno)*
- Mapping the cross innovation process – insights from XI LAB in the Lower Rhine region (Jutta Wirth)*
- Startup Cooperation through an Overlapping Knowledge Base (Nele Oldenburg)*
- Breathing Fresh Air to a Broken System: Accelerating The innovation Process for Medical Devices in the Covid-19 Crisis (Hila lifshitz Assaf)
- Innovating from the Outside In: Generating innovative models of care for mental health through voluntary organizing in times of Covid (Angela Aristidiou).
- Network effects and standardization in COVID-19 contact tracing apps and vaccine certificates (Klaus Marhold)
- Why now is the time for open innovation (Linus Dahlander)
- Crowdsourcing the Innovation Process of Firms: A Systematic Literature Review (Ann-Carolin Ritter)
- The Ripple Effect: Rejections in Contest-based Digital Platforms (Lars Frederiksen)
- The Impact of Cooperation in Innovation Contests: Poison Pill, Placebo, or Tonic? (Nathan Rietzler)
- Don’t tell me why – the negative effects of transparent idea rejections in design contests (Christopher Kelch)*
- Designing Crowdsourcing Contests for Ideation (Rea Karachiwalla)*
- Sabotage in crowdsourcing: How strategic voting influences participants’ behaviors and attitudes (Richard Olbrecht)*
- Modularity and Remixing in Online Communitites (Emil Herrling)
- Successful User-Complemented Innovation: Motivations and Design Adoption in 3D Printing (Max Mulhuijzen)
- Reduction of Innovation Barriers across Maker, Industry & Research @ Academic Makerspaces (Andreas Kohlweiss)
A retrospective analysis of these results provide guidance to organizations for faster OI implementation. Examples of useful exercises for organizations will be shared.
- Measuring Open Innovation Practices: How Openness Relates to Firm Performance (Qinli Lu)
- Asymmetric Partnerships in Open Innovation (Wolfgang Gruel)
- Open innovation ecosystem and OI practices in the Polish high-tech sector (Małgorzata Runiewicz-Wardyn)
- Managing change for open innovation: Exploring the limits (Khuram Shahzad)*
- Value Capture in Open Innovation: A Literature Review and A Research Agenda (Adrian Toroslu)*
- Mapping OUI Topic Structure: Discovery of Latent Themes and Trends (Ricardo Coelho da Silva)*
1645-1730: Open Hardware. Discuss how to scale up open hardware projects, using the example of open sustainability tech and RepRap 3DPrinters:
- Measuring the Open and Sustainable Technology World (Tobias Augspurger, Protontypes.eu)
- Commercialization Behaviors in Open Source Hardware Communities (Mila Striukova, SKEMA Business School)
1735-1805: #RunTheWorld: Building Communities
Jana Gallus (UCLA) provides a fresh perspective on an established topic: Communities for innovation. Using #RunTheWorld as a case, a community to unite people around the world to run global marathons (despite the pandemic), the session will discuss the power of communities. This session is offered in cooperation with the ISPIM Innovation Conference.
- Consumer Innovation Price Perception (Tobias Ebbing)
- Sources of knowledge as indicators of project attractiveness? (Shahab Zare)
- Product Development in Crowdfunding (Sidika Candogan)
- Open Source Software and Global Entrepreneurship (Nataliya Wright)
- Evolution of Coordination Structures in OSS Development: An Exponential Random Graph Model (Sabine Brunswicker)
- Towards a deeper understanding of mobile apps success factors (Mathieu Lega)*
- Crowdsourcing against climate change: Sponsor-challenge fit, identified motivation and participation (Christian Garaus)
- Coopetition for Sustainability. The case of the German Recyclate Forum (Stephan Hankammer)
- Patterns of peer innovation: sustainable HSI in collaborative online communities (Philipp Heß)
- How and When University-Industry Collaborations Make New Products More Attractive to Consumers (Lukas Maier)
- User innovators’ fairness expectations and perceptions when firms commercialize user innovations (Tuong-Vi Sophie Quach)
- How the social context influences agile project team’s self-regulation in co-creation (Sabine Schnock)
- Hidden user innovation in frontline work at police and military organizations (Mia Hartmann, Rasmus Hartmann, Daniel Becker, CBS & Hessen Police)
- Grassroots innovation – experiences from the United Nations accelerator labs (Gina Lucarelli and Ghati Horombe, UN Development Program)
Meet old and new OUI friends & colleagues and explore our Wonder Networking Area
The most important session of the OUI: Connecting our community, meeting interesting new people, chatting with old friends.
Facilitated by Anja Leckel and André Amft (RWTH Aachen U)