Open IT-Based Innovation: Moving Towards Cooperative IT Transfer and Knowledge Diffusion: IFIP TC 8 WG 8.6 International Working Conference, October 22-24, 2008, Madrid, Spain

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Gonzalo León, Ana M. Bernardos, José R. Casar, Karlheinz Kautz, Janice DeGross
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 29, 2008 - Computers - 570 pages
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th The 11 Working Conference of IFIP WG 8.6, Open-IT Based Innovation: Moving Towards Cooperative IT Transfer and Knowledge Diffusion, organized in Madrid in October 22–24, 2008, follows the series started in Oslo in 1995 and continues in the footprints of the past year’s conference in Manchester. This year, although the Madrid Conference addresses the usual topics covered in previous WG8.6 conferences, the emphasis is on the issue of open innovation and its relationships with technology transfer and diffusion in the field of information technology. This issue is deeply modifying the way that knowledge is generated, shared, transferred, diffused, and used across the world as a side effect of globalization. It affects the organizational structure, partnerships, roles assumed by stakeholders, and technology transfer and diffusion models and instruments. Industry, academia, and governments are simultaneously concerned. Although the concept applies to all industrial sectors, IT companies were early innovators. The analysis of the contents of this book allows the identification of some trends in technology transfer and diffusion issues as a part of the innovation process. The same problem is addressed in very different ways and extrapolation is not straightforward. Even innovation terminology is not clearly shared by different subcultures in the field.
 

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Contents

Moving
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An Analysis of Exemplar Articles
23
Understanding the Diffusion and Adoption of Telecommunication
39
Diversifying the Research Agenda T McMaster D WastellE Ferneley and J I DeGross eds
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Explicit as Enabler for Understanding the Tacit
63
Applying Usage Models to Innovate Information Technology Solutions
83
Seeking the Face of Innovation with the Ethical Compass
97
CrossOrganizational and Cultural Issues
118
technology transfer and diffusion issues as a part of the innovation process The same
307
The Vehicle Ecosystem
309
Examining Factors Influencing the Behavioral Intention to Adopt
325
Standardization as an Arena for Open Innovation
343
From Adoption to Diffusion of
360
Case Studies in Software Businesses
379
A Study of the Risks in an Information System Outsourcing Partnership
402
Open Innovation and the Erosion of the Traditional Information System
423

Exploring the Influence of Collectiveness on Value Creation Adoption
139
A SocioTechnical Perspective
158
Technological Frame Incongruence Diffusion and Noncompliance
177
A Metaphor for SenseMaking and Acting in Information
197
Who Has the Power Over Spaces of Innovation? The Role of Technology
211
An Exploration of How Firms Create
228
The Case of Open
247
Toward a User Driven Innovation for Distributed Software Teams
261
Ecological Design of Domestic Information Systems
272
The Role of Competencies and Interests in Developing Complex
291
Public Administration and Government
440
Governmental Influences on the Field of Play During
461
Exploring Open Innovation
483
Developing an Integrated Concept
502
A Preliminary Framework
511
An Actor
527
Open Innovation in Mobile and Convergent Communications
543
Applying Open Innovation Principles for Triggering and Accelerating
553
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