Minimal and Adaptive Coordination: How Hackathons’ Projects Accelerate Innovation without Killing it

@inproceedings{LifshitzAssaf2020MinimalAA,
  title={Minimal and Adaptive Coordination: How Hackathons’ Projects Accelerate Innovation without Killing it},
  author={Hila Lifshitz-Assaf and S. Lebovitz and Lior Zalmanson},
  year={2020}
}
The innovation journey of new product development processes often spans weeks or months. Recently, hackathons have turned the journey into an ad hoc sprint of only a couple of days using new tools and technologies. Existing research predicts such conditions would result in failure to produce new working products, yet hackathons often lead to functioning innovative products. To investigate this puzzle, we closely studied the product development process of 13 comparable projects in assistive… Expand
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