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Innovation intermediaries: a process view on open innovation coordination
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The paper reports an action study of seven innovation projects with collaborative partnerships in inter-organisational networks that are facilitated by innovation intermediaries. Expand
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Designing Viable Business Models for Living Labs
The claim of living labs is to provide new ways of involving users in (software) product development and the necessary “lab” infrastructure to do so. Living labs do not develop products, but theyExpand
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Design and implementation of virtual organizations
  • B. Katzy
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of the Thirty-First Hawaii…
  • 6 January 1998
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The current literature on virtual organizations describes a richness of different aspects that contribute to the emergence of this new organizational form, like customer orientation, the use of information and communication technology (ICT), and time-based competition or decentralization. Expand
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Competency rallying for technical innovation—The case of the Virtuelle Fabrik
Abstract Technology improves at an ever-increasing rate, but the speed at which firms can adapt their strategies and competencies to develop technological innovations and exploit market opportunitiesExpand
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A toolset for building the virtual enterprise
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A framework is presented for the organizational design and the changing business roles of the business architect who constructs the various phases of the virtual enterprise's lifecycle. Expand
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The Virtual Enterprise
In this chapter, the concept of the virtual enterprise is developed. A motivating case at the beginning points to dilemma that acting manufacturing managers are facing. For the conditions ofExpand
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Knowledge management in virtual projects: a research agenda
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This paper explores the issues associated with knowledge management in virtual project teams. Expand
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Developing an approach to measure innovation performance in collaborative networks
  • B. Katzy, E. Turgut
  • Engineering
  • IEEE International Technology Management…
  • 21 June 2010
Innovation is often addressed to be the result of collaborative network settings. Yet it remains difficult to provide proof in hard measurement data. Mainly motivated by practicability of dataExpand
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Reference Models for Virtual Organisations
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This paper presents a study of organizational patterns across 20 projects that could be early descriptions of possible types of virtual organizations. Expand
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Matchmaking as multi-sided market for open innovation
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In this paper we present results from three participatory case studies of identifying and matching technology firms for collaborative innovation projects. Expand
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