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.
- Crowdsourcing research questions in science (Tiare-Maria Brasseur)
- Managing crowd collaboration in innovation contests (Linn Kretzschmar)
- Towards a conceptualization of crowdsourcing in science: a bibliometric approach (Regina Lenart-Gansiniec)
- Requirements Bazaar for Citizen Science Within Heritage Communities (István Koren)*
- The growing phenomenon of crowdsourcing in non-profit scientific environments –Objectives & configurations (Marie-Luise Kanbach)*
- Toolkits for Co-Creation: ‘Decision-Making’ vs. ‘Problem-Solving’ Paradigm (Stefan Bolzenius)*
- The Sky is the Limit: the Bias against Big Science (Johanna Schnier)
- Building new regimes of knowing: The sociotechnical construction of open science (Paolo V. Leone)
- User Generated Content and Professionals: Evidence from Local News (Tom Grad)
- Unintended consequences of performance contingent symbolic awards (Alexander Staub)
- Are Patients and Caregivers the Better Innovators? (Moritz Goeldner)
- Disaster Response Coordination: Lessons from Open Source Medical Supplies (Andreea Gorbatai)
- From grassroot to social: the role of governance in collective social innovation development (Paul Muller)
- Resistance to external innovation in humanitarian sector (Shtefi Mladenovska)*
- Why are some online courses more open than others? (Julien Jacqmin)
- Guidelines for Sustainable Open Source Communities in the Public Sector (Barbora Kudzmanaite)
- Leveraging selective revealing: Openness as a market entry strategy (Daniel Ehls)
- Understanding asymmetrical motivations among members of online communities (Pascal Capentier)*
- From Objects to Solutions: Explaining Individual Differences in Need for Cognition (Shannon Heald)
- User Entrepreneur characteristics on crowdfunding platforms (Sven Bartz)
- Lead user identification through artificial intelligence – A transfer learning approach (Christian Resch)
Collaboration teams need to create a psychological safe environment. We present a new methodology to bring clarity to manage expectations, increase communication and performance.
Jara Pascual is the Founder of Collabwith, a large European collaboration platform.
We have invited expert contributors, who will discuss with hosts and facilitators of ideation contests what we can do to balance value creation and capture in crowdsourcing.
- Aadhithya Sujith, Founder Givemechallenge & Senior Analyst, Jones Lang Lasalle, Bangalore
- Afamia Jaddah, CommunityCreatesMobility, Vienna
- Ekaterina Korneeva, Co-host of the “We are Open” challenge, RWTH Aachen
- Johann Füller, Professor, U of Innsbruck, and CEO & Initiator of the Hyve Crowd, Munich
- Johannes Richter, Manager Crowd Development, Hyve, Munich
- Kate Rushton, Innovation Manager, Manchester
- Online Interactive Innovation: Benefiting from Customer Knowledge (Robert Huang)
- The Gamification Myopia: The satiation effect in gamified contexts (Wafa Hammedi)
- Teaching User and Open Innovation via Interdisciplinary Innovation Platform (Mona Enell-Nilsson)
- Identification a framework for selecting collaboration kind in open banking (Elnaz Amani)*
- Awareness of Open Innovation and Innovation Contests among Young Millenials in Austria (Markus Petruch)*
- How fairness shapes user engagement on crowdsourcing platforms (Jan Niklas Gremmel)*
- In search of a strategy in an emerging ecosystem: The case of Smart Home in Germany (Lara-Kristin Baszok)*
- User innovation in the digital economy: measurement and policy rement (Fred Gault)
- Towards a holistic user innovation policy (Lars Bengtsson)
- Social welfare gains from supporting innovation commons: Theory, evidence, and policy implications (Jason Potts)
- Veni, Vini, …Verti. Is open innovation a land where IP practitioners fear to tread? (Peter Harrison)*
- User Innovator Community Governance (Katherine Strandburg)*
- The role of the innovation origin in the adoption of digital innovation across professional boundaries (Thomas Huynh)
- An undetected role in the process of making user-process innovations become available to others (Lara Spaans)
- The Role of Non-governmental Institutions in the Diffusion of User-generated Technology (Robert Sheldon)
- Effects of innovation communication and success on B2B-customers’ willingness to buy (Sarina Wiedemann)*
- Lead User Identification Algorithms in Online Communities (Hüseyin Doluca)
- Human-algorithm configurations for user innovations identification (Leid Zejnilovic)
- Identifying lead users on Twitter: A first pilot of a machine learning approach (Dorian Proksch)*
- Data-driven lead user identification (Christoph Rieger)*
Carliss Baldwin (HBS); Henry Chesbrough (UC Berkeley); Nik Franke (WU); Shannon Heald (U of Chicago); Eric von Hippel (MIT); Georg von Krogh (ETH Zurich)
What are they currently working on? What are areas where they see future areas for OUI research? How can we create more impact as a community of scholars?
The following parallel Session F3 provides an opportunity for more discussion and interaction with our panelists.
- Factors influencing community evaluation on crowdsourced designs (Wei Liu)
- Co-Creation in the Shadow of the Organization: A Comparison of Internal and External Crowds (Fabian Hans)
- Crowdsourcing community network and solvers’ success (Mariangela Piazza)
- The Recognition of Novelty: Investigating the Role of Prior Experience during Idea Screening (Carola Wandres)*
- Creating and capturing value in the oil & gas sector through a dual-initiative OI model (José María Visconti Caparrós)*
- Why Self-Selection in Crowdsourcing Does not (Always) Work (Caroline Fabian)*
- Sourcing External Digital Solutions (Lukas Falcke)
- The Future of Production: The RWTH Internet of Production Delphi 2030 for the Usage Cycle (Marc Van Dyck)
- Studying the effects of crowdsourcing on Industry 4.0 using a text mining approach (Felix Eigelshoven)*
- The impact of collaborative innovation on value creation (Jamel Gamra)*
- Concept for the usage data-based advancement of MVP in the context of the Internet of Production (Annika Becker)*
- Carliss Baldwin (HBS);
- Nik Franke (WU);
- Shannon Heald (U of Chicago)
- Sourcing innovation in the digital age (Neil Thompson)
- Synchronizing Nested User Innovation: The Internal Clockwork of Moore’s Law (Charles Weber)
- A process perspective of forming and sustaining meta-organizations without a central architect (Ann-Kristin Zobel)
- The Boundaries of Open Innovation Strategy: Insights from Intellectual Property (Carsten C. Guderian)
So here is an opportunity to co-create your own conference session.
Following the well-known “world café” setup, participants will spend the first 5 minutes of this session to pitch their topics or questions, which will be discussed by self-organized breakout groups in the following. If time permits, groups will share highlights at the end of the session.
Followed by open-end networking and exchange