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DEVELOPING BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION THROUGH INNOVATION CONTESTS

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DEVELOPING BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION THROUGH INNOVATION CONTESTS. / Aagaard, Annabeth; Lindgren, Peter.

I: 16th International CINet Conference, 12.07.2015.

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Aagaard, A & Lindgren, P 2015, 'DEVELOPING BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION THROUGH INNOVATION CONTESTS', 16th International CINet Conference.

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Aagaard, A., & Lindgren, P. (2015). DEVELOPING BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION THROUGH INNOVATION CONTESTS. 16th International CINet Conference.

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Aagaard A, Lindgren P. 2015. DEVELOPING BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION THROUGH INNOVATION CONTESTS. 16th International CINet Conference.

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Aagaard, Annabeth og Peter Lindgren. "DEVELOPING BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION THROUGH INNOVATION CONTESTS". 16th International CINet Conference. 2015.

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Aagaard A, Lindgren P. DEVELOPING BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION THROUGH INNOVATION CONTESTS. 16th International CINet Conference. 2015 jul 12.

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Aagaard, Annabeth ; Lindgren, Peter. / DEVELOPING BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION THROUGH INNOVATION CONTESTS. I: 16th International CINet Conference. 2015.

Bibtex

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title = "DEVELOPING BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION THROUGH INNOVATION CONTESTS",
abstract = "More and more companies are pursuing continuous innovation through different types of open source innovation and across different partners. The growing interest in open innovation (OI) originates both from the academic community as well as amongst practitioners motivating further investigation of effective OI and its different applications. One of the OI applications receiving growing attention is the use of innovation contests in developing business model innovations. However little theoretical knowledge exists and limited empirical research has been performed on OI and how this is facilitated and managed effectively in developing business model innovation. The aim of this paper is therefore to close this research gap and to provide new knowledge within the research field of OI and OI applications. Thus, in the present study we explore the facilitation and management of open source innovation in developing business model innovation in the context of an international OI contest across five international case companies. The findings reveal six categories of key antecedents in effective facilitation and management of OI in developing business model innovation.",
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RIS

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N2 - More and more companies are pursuing continuous innovation through different types of open source innovation and across different partners. The growing interest in open innovation (OI) originates both from the academic community as well as amongst practitioners motivating further investigation of effective OI and its different applications. One of the OI applications receiving growing attention is the use of innovation contests in developing business model innovations. However little theoretical knowledge exists and limited empirical research has been performed on OI and how this is facilitated and managed effectively in developing business model innovation. The aim of this paper is therefore to close this research gap and to provide new knowledge within the research field of OI and OI applications. Thus, in the present study we explore the facilitation and management of open source innovation in developing business model innovation in the context of an international OI contest across five international case companies. The findings reveal six categories of key antecedents in effective facilitation and management of OI in developing business model innovation.

AB - More and more companies are pursuing continuous innovation through different types of open source innovation and across different partners. The growing interest in open innovation (OI) originates both from the academic community as well as amongst practitioners motivating further investigation of effective OI and its different applications. One of the OI applications receiving growing attention is the use of innovation contests in developing business model innovations. However little theoretical knowledge exists and limited empirical research has been performed on OI and how this is facilitated and managed effectively in developing business model innovation. The aim of this paper is therefore to close this research gap and to provide new knowledge within the research field of OI and OI applications. Thus, in the present study we explore the facilitation and management of open source innovation in developing business model innovation in the context of an international OI contest across five international case companies. The findings reveal six categories of key antecedents in effective facilitation and management of OI in developing business model innovation.

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