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Examining Open Innovation in Science (OIS): What Open Innovation can and cannot offer the science of science

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Examining Open Innovation in Science (OIS): What Open Innovation can and cannot offer the science of science. / Beck, Susanne; LaFlamme, Marcel; Bergenholtz, Carsten; Bogers, Marcel; Brasseur, Tiare-Maria; Conradsen, Marie Louise; Crowston, Kevin; Di Marco , Diletta; Effert, Agnes; Filiou, Despoina; Frederiksen, Lars; Gillier, Thomas; Gruber, Marc; Haeussler, Carolin; Hoisl, Karin; Kokshagina, Olga; Larsen, Maria-Theresa; Pötz, Marion; Pruschak, Gernot; Pujol Priego, Laia; Radziwon, Agnieszka; Ruser, Alexander; Sauermann, Henry; Shah , Sonali; Suess-Reyes, Julia; Tucci, Christopher L.; Tuertscher, Philipp; Vedel, Jane Bjørn; Verganti, Roberto; Wareham, Jonathan; Mosangzi Xu, Sunny .

In: Innovation: Organization and Management, 04.12.2021.

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Beck, S, LaFlamme, M, Bergenholtz, C, Bogers, M, Brasseur, T-M, Conradsen, ML, Crowston, K, Di Marco , D, Effert, A, Filiou, D, Frederiksen, L, Gillier, T, Gruber, M, Haeussler, C, Hoisl, K, Kokshagina, O, Larsen, M-T, Pötz, M, Pruschak, G, Pujol Priego, L, Radziwon, A, Ruser, A, Sauermann, H, Shah , S, Suess-Reyes, J, Tucci, CL, Tuertscher, P, Vedel, JB, Verganti, R, Wareham, J & Mosangzi Xu, S 2021, 'Examining Open Innovation in Science (OIS): What Open Innovation can and cannot offer the science of science', Innovation: Organization and Management. https://doi.org/10.1080/14479338.2021.1999248

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Beck, S., LaFlamme, M., Bergenholtz, C., Bogers, M., Brasseur, T-M., Conradsen, M. L., Crowston, K., Di Marco , D., Effert, A., Filiou, D., Frederiksen, L., Gillier, T., Gruber, M., Haeussler, C., Hoisl, K., Kokshagina, O., Larsen, M-T., Pötz, M., Pruschak, G., ... Mosangzi Xu, S. (2021). Examining Open Innovation in Science (OIS): What Open Innovation can and cannot offer the science of science. Innovation: Organization and Management. https://doi.org/10.1080/14479338.2021.1999248

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Beck S, LaFlamme M, Bergenholtz C, Bogers M, Brasseur T-M, Conradsen ML, Crowston K, Di Marco D, Effert A, Filiou D, Frederiksen L, Gillier T, Gruber M, Haeussler C, Hoisl K, Kokshagina O, Larsen M-T, Pötz M, Pruschak G, Pujol Priego L, Radziwon A, Ruser A, Sauermann H, Shah S, Suess-Reyes J, Tucci CL, Tuertscher P, Vedel JB, Verganti R, Wareham J, Mosangzi Xu S. 2021. Examining Open Innovation in Science (OIS): What Open Innovation can and cannot offer the science of science. Innovation: Organization and Management. https://doi.org/10.1080/14479338.2021.1999248

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Beck, Susanne ; LaFlamme, Marcel ; Bergenholtz, Carsten ; Bogers, Marcel ; Brasseur, Tiare-Maria ; Conradsen, Marie Louise ; Crowston, Kevin ; Di Marco , Diletta ; Effert, Agnes ; Filiou, Despoina ; Frederiksen, Lars ; Gillier, Thomas ; Gruber, Marc ; Haeussler, Carolin ; Hoisl, Karin ; Kokshagina, Olga ; Larsen, Maria-Theresa ; Pötz, Marion ; Pruschak, Gernot ; Pujol Priego, Laia ; Radziwon, Agnieszka ; Ruser, Alexander ; Sauermann, Henry ; Shah , Sonali ; Suess-Reyes, Julia ; Tucci, Christopher L. ; Tuertscher, Philipp ; Vedel, Jane Bjørn ; Verganti, Roberto ; Wareham, Jonathan ; Mosangzi Xu, Sunny . / Examining Open Innovation in Science (OIS): What Open Innovation can and cannot offer the science of science. In: Innovation: Organization and Management. 2021.

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title = "Examining Open Innovation in Science (OIS): What Open Innovation can and cannot offer the science of science",
abstract = "Scholars across disciplines increasingly hear calls for more open andcollaborative approaches to scientific research. The concept of OpenInnovation in Science (OIS) provides a framework that integratesdispersed research efforts aiming to understand the antecedents,contingencies, and consequences of applying open and collaborativeresearch practices. While the OIS framework has already been taken upby science of science scholars, its conceptual underpinnings requirefurther specification. In this essay, we critically examine the OIS conceptand bring to light two key aspects: 1) how OIS builds upon OpenInnovation (OI) research by adopting its attention to boundary-crossingknowledge flows and by adapting other concepts developed andresearched in OI to the science context as exemplified by two OIS casesin the area of research funding; 2) how OIS conceptualises knowledgeflows across boundaries. While OI typically focuses on well-definedorganizational boundaries, we argue that blurry and even invisibleboundaries between communities of practice may more stronglyconstrain flows of knowledge related to openness and collaboration inscience. Given the uptake of this concept, this essay brings neededclarity to the meaning of OIS, which has no particular normativeorientation toward a close coupling between science and industry. Weend by outlining the essay{\textquoteright}s contributions to OI and the science ofscience, as well as to science practitioners.",
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author = "Susanne Beck and Marcel LaFlamme and Carsten Bergenholtz and Marcel Bogers and Tiare-Maria Brasseur and Conradsen, {Marie Louise} and Kevin Crowston and {Di Marco}, Diletta and Agnes Effert and Despoina Filiou and Lars Frederiksen and Thomas Gillier and Marc Gruber and Carolin Haeussler and Karin Hoisl and Olga Kokshagina and Maria-Theresa Larsen and Marion P{\"o}tz and Gernot Pruschak and {Pujol Priego}, Laia and Agnieszka Radziwon and Alexander Ruser and Henry Sauermann and Sonali Shah and Julia Suess-Reyes and Tucci, {Christopher L.} and Philipp Tuertscher and Vedel, {Jane Bj{\o}rn} and Roberto Verganti and Jonathan Wareham and {Mosangzi Xu}, Sunny",
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journal = "Innovation: Organization & Management",
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AU - Beck, Susanne

AU - LaFlamme, Marcel

AU - Bergenholtz, Carsten

AU - Bogers, Marcel

AU - Brasseur, Tiare-Maria

AU - Conradsen, Marie Louise

AU - Crowston, Kevin

AU - Di Marco , Diletta

AU - Effert, Agnes

AU - Filiou, Despoina

AU - Frederiksen, Lars

AU - Gillier, Thomas

AU - Gruber, Marc

AU - Haeussler, Carolin

AU - Hoisl, Karin

AU - Kokshagina, Olga

AU - Larsen, Maria-Theresa

AU - Pötz, Marion

AU - Pruschak, Gernot

AU - Pujol Priego, Laia

AU - Radziwon, Agnieszka

AU - Ruser, Alexander

AU - Sauermann, Henry

AU - Shah , Sonali

AU - Suess-Reyes, Julia

AU - Tucci, Christopher L.

AU - Tuertscher, Philipp

AU - Vedel, Jane Bjørn

AU - Verganti, Roberto

AU - Wareham, Jonathan

AU - Mosangzi Xu, Sunny

PY - 2021/12/4

Y1 - 2021/12/4

N2 - Scholars across disciplines increasingly hear calls for more open andcollaborative approaches to scientific research. The concept of OpenInnovation in Science (OIS) provides a framework that integratesdispersed research efforts aiming to understand the antecedents,contingencies, and consequences of applying open and collaborativeresearch practices. While the OIS framework has already been taken upby science of science scholars, its conceptual underpinnings requirefurther specification. In this essay, we critically examine the OIS conceptand bring to light two key aspects: 1) how OIS builds upon OpenInnovation (OI) research by adopting its attention to boundary-crossingknowledge flows and by adapting other concepts developed andresearched in OI to the science context as exemplified by two OIS casesin the area of research funding; 2) how OIS conceptualises knowledgeflows across boundaries. While OI typically focuses on well-definedorganizational boundaries, we argue that blurry and even invisibleboundaries between communities of practice may more stronglyconstrain flows of knowledge related to openness and collaboration inscience. Given the uptake of this concept, this essay brings neededclarity to the meaning of OIS, which has no particular normativeorientation toward a close coupling between science and industry. Weend by outlining the essay’s contributions to OI and the science ofscience, as well as to science practitioners.

AB - Scholars across disciplines increasingly hear calls for more open andcollaborative approaches to scientific research. The concept of OpenInnovation in Science (OIS) provides a framework that integratesdispersed research efforts aiming to understand the antecedents,contingencies, and consequences of applying open and collaborativeresearch practices. While the OIS framework has already been taken upby science of science scholars, its conceptual underpinnings requirefurther specification. In this essay, we critically examine the OIS conceptand bring to light two key aspects: 1) how OIS builds upon OpenInnovation (OI) research by adopting its attention to boundary-crossingknowledge flows and by adapting other concepts developed andresearched in OI to the science context as exemplified by two OIS casesin the area of research funding; 2) how OIS conceptualises knowledgeflows across boundaries. While OI typically focuses on well-definedorganizational boundaries, we argue that blurry and even invisibleboundaries between communities of practice may more stronglyconstrain flows of knowledge related to openness and collaboration inscience. Given the uptake of this concept, this essay brings neededclarity to the meaning of OIS, which has no particular normativeorientation toward a close coupling between science and industry. Weend by outlining the essay’s contributions to OI and the science ofscience, as well as to science practitioners.

KW - Open Innovation

KW - Open Innovation in Science

KW - boundaries

KW - boundary crossing

KW - knowledge flows

KW - open science

KW - science of science

KW - scientific research

U2 - 10.1080/14479338.2021.1999248

DO - 10.1080/14479338.2021.1999248

M3 - Journal article

JO - Innovation: Organization & Management

JF - Innovation: Organization & Management

SN - 1447-9338

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