Juho Lindman

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Open Source Software development is seen as a panacea by many companies. The promise of community-style development, innovation and cost savings drive the wider adoption of OSS in companies. However, it is still difficult to institutionalize the open and agile culture of sharing innovation especially into larger departmentalized organizations. The aim of(More)
This paper explores how two organizations have changed their software development practices by implementing Open Source technology. Our aim is to understand the institutional changes needed in and emerging from this process. The paper develops a conceptualization building on the insights of entrepreneurial institutionalism and concentrating on the changing(More)
Increasing number of companies conduct their business employing various Open source software (OSS) licenses. The choice of correct license determines the business potential of a given software. When the available OSS stack and licensing options grow, so does the need for research concerning the interplay between OSS licensing, sourcing decisions and(More)
Much of earlier emphasis on open data as a public good has been focused primarily upon accessibility and has ruled out the role of rivalry in the creation of horizontal and vertical complements. Rather than framing open data as a public good, this paper positions open data as a common pool resource, which is subject to subtraction by commercial interests.(More)
A recent disruption in academic publishing are Academic Social Networks (ASN), i.e. web platforms such as ResearchGate and Academia.edu that have provided new ways for researchers to disseminate, search for, and retrieve research articles. ASNs are still a grey area in terms of implications for involved stakeholders, and research on them has so far been(More)